Admiralty House

Address: Carrownaffe, Moville, County Donegal, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Carrownaffe, Moville, is near Donegal Town Walks.
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    Londonderry (or just Derry if you prefer)

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 06, 2015

    36 photos

    Based on what I read (and now confirmed by my visit), I didn't expect Londonderry to be a major draw for visitors. However, the city is described as the only one in Ireland to be surrounded by an intact medieval town wall, and with a cathedral and some other notable buildings, as well as recent history from "The Troubles" it seemed like an interesting enough place to book a night. And the city is also quite conveniently located for a stay based on ...

    A Different Feeling

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 31, 2015

    6 photos

    ... of Bogside. The city erupted and open fighting and bombings became the norm while barbed wire, barricades, bullets and tear gas were used by the British army in an attempt to maintain law and order. The scars of "The Troubles" are still evident, with different parts of Derry displaying overt signs of allegiance to their cause. Union Jack flags are proudly flown from houses on one side of the walled city, while street art and murals on ...

    Northern Ireland - Awe Inspiring

    A travel blog entry by maber23 on Jul 02, 2015

    4 photos

    ... up in this sinking marshy swamp/bog thing where I was sure I was going to lose my shoes! Luckily I did not. And I also tested out the waterproofness of my hikers. They work! And here was when I met the couple from England again on their hike. They said it was a little difficult in some spots but overall it had been really nice. I'd love to come back one day and do it. They continued on foot to the Giant's Causeway and I went to the bus stop to go to ...

    Giant Steps

    A travel blog entry by plimmerton on May 09, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... people were living here from about 6000 years ago.

    We went into one tomb, which is internally untouched and water tight after 5000 years!!!!. The engineering skills are truly magnificent. The major materials (big ~2mt rocks) were transported about 70km to the site.

    Sadly little is known about the origins of the tombs, many rocks have carvings on them and there seems to be no reliable interpretation of what they ...

    The Craic with Craig

    A travel blog entry by augem1 on Oct 15, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... a very nice meal in the restaurant, where I had ordered salmon as the main course and he had ordered Irish cheeses for dessert. He was thrilled to see that the “Young Buck” cheese was made from a place called “Craiganlet”. After dinner, we went into the Inn’s bar and listened to a charismatic man play authentic Irish music and crack some jokes about the U.S.

    The next day ...