Dungloe Donegal

Dungloe Holiday Homes

An Clochán Liath is the name you’ll see on signposts as you approach Dungloe, referring to the grey-coloured stepping stones which were once used to cross the town’s river. Dungloe is the biggest town in West Donegal, the focal point of Na Rosa or in English ‘The Rosses’.

The town is known all over Ireland and further afield as the home of Mary from Dungloe, and of the festival called after her. The fishing enthusiast will be well catered for in the Rosses with 130 lakes, river, shore and sea fishing to choose from. For golfers there is a choice of excellent links courses to choose from within easy reach of the village.

 

Seaside Cottage Dungloe

Seaside

This lovely cottage is situated on the Crohy Head scenic road in the townland of Falmore which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean

Falmore Cottage Dungloe

Falmore

Nestled along the scenic northwest coast overlooking  Gweebarra Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, this lovely cottage is located near Crohy Head and Maghery in the rural village of Falmore

A new attraction, The Daniel O’Donnell Centre, was added in 2012 and has been attracting large crowds from all parts of the world.

The hills and cliffs of North West Donegal are still relatively unfrequented and little restraint is put on walkers. There are walks to suit all ages and interests. In the immediate vicinity you will find stunning unspoiled beaches, forest walks, quiet country roads and a wealth of historical sites to explore. The village has a wide selection of pubs and you just might happen upon a traditional music ‘seisún’

Donegal Airport

Donegal Airport (CFN) is located at Carrickfinn, in the north-western corner of Ireland. This modern regional airport has twice daily scheduled flights to Dublin (40 minutes flying time) and three...

Narin and Portnoo Golf Club

Narin and Portnoo Golf Club - situated in the beautiful seaside village of Narin in southwest Donegal. Enjoying sweeping views over Gweebarra Bay this friendly golf club is regarded as one of the...

Sunset on Lough Swilly

Sunset on Lough Swilly – This photo was taken on a late September evening at the end of Buncrana pier. The light was fading over Lough Swilly and a father and son were finishing fishing for the day

Country Markets in Donegal

Country Markets in Donegal are indoor that generally operate one day a week to market the shareholders’ fresh farm, garden and home produce and handcrafts

Aranmore Island Donegal

Aranmore Island Donegal – lies of the west coast and is accessed by car ferry. The southern shores of the island are sheltered from the Atlantic winds

Portnoo Self Catering Donegal

Portnoo Self Catering Donegal - Portnoo and its sister village of Narin are a small but attractive holiday resorts on the northern shore of the Dawros peninsula, a few miles along the coast form...

Slí na Finne Donegal

Slí na Finne Donegal is a 42 km long circular section of the 280km Slí Dhún na nGall that loops through the mountains and glens of central Donegal touching on Lough Finn and the banks of the River...

Donegal Pens

Two young brothers running a small wooden pen business have gone from strength to strength in recent times. It all happens in their parents garden shed which was converted into a workshop where the...

Mary From Dungloe Festival

Mary From Dungloe Festival - The Mary From Dungloe International Festival is a popular Irish music festival held annually in Dungloe, the capital of the Rosses region in County Donegal.  This 10 day...

Narin Blue Flag Beach

rin Blue Flag Beach is located close to the town of Glenties on the western coast of Donegal. This fine sandy beach is over two kilometres long.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This