Rockhaven House

Address: Kill, Dunfanaghy, Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland | B&B
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This B&B, located on Kill, Dunfanaghy, Dunfanaghy, is near The Workhouse.
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      Travel Blogs from Dunfanaghy

      The Giants Causeway

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 11, 2014

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      First we drove to Carrick-a-Rede, (the rock in the road) where a rope bridge was installed by fishermen 250 years ago, 30 metres above the sea, onto Carrick Island so they could launch their boats and catch the salmon below. The bridge sways in the wind (closed on really windy days) and yet we crossed it. The bulk of the island, however, was closed for winter regeneration. They get up to 400 tourists a day, half the number at Windsor castle the same time of ...

      Some sun in Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 25, 2014

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      We are in Northern Ireland. Politics is still something you don't want to discuss here in the Pubs. We ate a great meal in a pub across the street from the Castle in Donegal; in fact it was called the Castle Pub. I had the best Bangers and mash I have ever had!

      We heard a lot about ...

      Adventure Day Two

      A travel blog entry by sarahgraupman on Oct 12, 2014

      We woke up early and headed to the beach again to do some rock climbing. It was my first time doing "real" rock climbing, by that I mean not at a mall. It was really fun and very terrifying. I fell one time, but it's okay because I didn't get hurt. It was really fun. After this, we went back to the house and had lunch. After this we packed up and headed back to Dublin. Another long drive ahead. Overall, it was a really good and relaxing weekend. Exactly what I needed. ...

      McSwynne's Gun

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... and Portnablagh, where I can clearly see my rented flat. It's been a long walk (23km and getting on for 8 hours) but a rewarding one, with plenty of photo opportunities. The only slight disappointment has again been a comparative lack of wildlife.

      (Note: McSwynne's Gun is really a hollow in the rocky shoreline of Pollaguill Bay. When the sea crashes into it, it makes a booming noise like a gun. McSwynne was an ancient chieftain of ...

      The Importance of Evaluating your Sources

      A travel blog entry by libraryscout on Jul 23, 2012

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      ... have been torn down completely. The stand in the center of the city square used to hold four cannons, one pointing at each of the city gates, but today that stand is occupied by a sculpture dedicated to peace. It has been a hard struggle over many years, but the Catholic/Protestant and Irish/British conflicts are in fact being resolved. Peace is being earned and built. This city inspires me. And I wouldn’t know any of this if I hadn’t checked my ...