Atlantic View House

Address: Fintra Road, Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B is located on Fintra Road, Killybegs.
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Travel Blogs from Killybegs

A little fill the gaps.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 07, 2015

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... those in a couple of days but the drive was really nice. And yes we visited a cafe, a really good one in Killybegs (strange name). The previous day was all south on the Wild Atlantic Way so to be travelling North was a bit strange. Diversions off are on even smaller roads which are almost invariably single car wide which means average speed is not very high and often it's reverse time. The wild Atlantic Way is sort of long a really long Great ...

It's all about us.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 06, 2015

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... pleasure!
Then it's the 'Wild Atlantic Way' time. It's the round about way of getting somewhere slowly for those not in a hurry. But it is beautiful. It's rugged, wind swept and wild yet every now and then there's a tucked away, secluded sandy beach that's just as lovely. The cliffs soar up from the sea, isolated islands dot the peninsula and rock strewn hills roll away into the distance. Everyone says how attractive this place is, now it's everyone plus two more! Ireland ...

Finn McCools Causeway

A travel blog entry by tredders on Sep 02, 2015

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... onto the ends of the unit it's very much in your face..The Police stations in Northern Ireland are like Fort Knox..huge security fences and guards on the it is supposed to be over but on the news last night in Belfast there were two shot dead..apparently in retaliation for the shooting of an IRA leader a few weeks ago, so it continues .. But just not so in your face as it was before.. Difficult to really fully understand how it must have been to live ...

Scotland to Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Aug 13, 2015

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I haven't written for a while. The main thing that has happened to us is that our car blew a head gasket, & had to be repaired. From the Lakes district, we drove slowly through the southern part of Scotland. The weather was miserable & cold & wet. We stopped overnight in a couple of little villages, but because the weather was bad, we really couldn't do anything much. On a dry day we stopped at a village called Wigtown, it is famous for having the most book shops in ...

Slieve League

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 11, 2014

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... there's more up and down between me and this unexciting summit! Go for it? Not on your nelly! Just not worth it. Besides, it's lunchtime.

Not far below where I am now is the top of that tempting Pilgrim Path. I weigh up the advantages and disadvantages of using it. I haven't got a map and the PP will entail a road walk at the end of the day with, probably, a bit of a climb back to the car. Going back will mean slogging through all the boulders and bog again and ...

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