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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      Travel Blogs from Moville

      Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 17, 2015

      5 photos

      ... The lady said it may only last on the ground a day or so. In fact it had even stopped snowing by the time we went back outside after being shown around the cottage. The cottage is a very clean and modern two storey, three bedroom apartment. It was a little bit cold to start with as the lady had only turned on the heating after our late booking. Jo-Ann cooked a very nice dinner of mustard chicken, pasta and vegetables. We enjoyed apple pie with whipped cream for ...

      Exploring Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 02, 2015

      ... We returned to the hotel room, however, to the news that a massive fire in Adelaide was threatening the homes of my family and friends, and even my own suburb to an extent. It was a horrible feeling, coming back on a high from an awesome day to find out frustratingly few bits of frightening information that the people I love weren't safe, and my heart sank through my chest. I feel better after speaking with Dad and Mum but horrified that it's only going to get worse as I sleep ...

      Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 20, 2014

      17 photos

      ... br>
      On the road again we got off the main track and headed for the coastal highway to take us past the impressive mountain of Benbulben sticking its head above the the constant fog and staring out to the beautifully harsh North Atlantic Coast.

      Our next stop was opportune in taking a turn onto Mullaghmore Peninsula and seeing the sandy beaches of Ireland, yes sandy beaches, the quaint little ...

      Best part of the North

      A travel blog entry by oshaughnessy89 on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 45 photos

      ... but wasn't quite as excited as Peter. We walked with the guinness in our bellies and feeling rather weary.

      From here, we journeyed towards Belfast and back to Dublin. However as we got to Belfast somebody navigated us in the wrong direction and at the end of a very long day we headed in the wrong direction for a good 50 miles and were about 8 miles from Seamus' birthplace when we realised. Lurgon!!!! Seamus we had no intention ...

      Giants causeway

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on Jun 25, 2014

      47 photos

      ... old daughter, the next twins, the next..... !!!

      After picking up the keys to our cottage (and wow - 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a view to die for, open views to the sea and beyond). We will be back here -- Rachel & Simon !!!!

      The owner told us to walk the 1/2 mile to the causeway as it's free if you walk in (or 8.50 per person if you drive in). So we walked

      I can see why this is a heritage site. A great place and with dry conditions but no sun it was ...