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

        Beautiful Ireland

        A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye on Oct 16, 2015

        1 comment, 30 photos

        ... a roaring fire and tiny bar to watch first the South Africa / Wales game, and then the New Zealand / France game. In between we were treated to some really delicious thin pizzas cooked out the back by a pair of enterprising young chaps. They have established quite a reputation in the district and the pub was crowded, both inside and on the terraces out the back. Kaye was thrilled to be watching so much sport and spent much of her time editing photos!
        Sunday ...

        A misty morning in Buncrana

        A travel blog entry by dabrowns on Oct 16, 2015

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... to fish at when he was a boy. We then strolled up past O'Doherty's Castle and past all the blackberry bushes where the boys used to go blackberrying with Kevin's mum. Past some cows and fields and then on to the seaside walk along Buncrana's Beach to Father Heggerty's Rock.

        The walk was beautiful as the mist burned off and more and more blue showed through. We came to a sea wall and walked out to have a look and were surprised to see ...


        A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 12, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... king outside the tall, thick wall while under siege for over 100 days. Many died of hunger and disease until the siege was broken leading to firmer ties with the extant, Protestant-linked monarchy. Against a common enemy, Derry provided harbor for three Allied navies during WWII and served as a training site for Operation Overlord (the D-Day invasion). At the end of the ...

        McSwynne's Gun

        A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 09, 2014

        20 photos

        ... anyone who tries to complete the route gets shot ....

        Having got back to the first barbed wire fence (and having stepped over another gap in its defences!), I find a way back to the nearest lane. I haven't made much progress towards Horn Head so far, so it's time to speed things up by using tarmacked roads. Eventually, some huge cliffs can be seen in front and I leave the road for a very rough path along the cliff tops. This ...

        Short Day

        A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Nov 01, 2013

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        One day, the construction workers were going into the station to work for the day and there was a large box in the walk way to the door. Some of the workers thought someone had just left it there and almost picked it up. But one of the policemen thought it looked fishy so they tied some rope around it and attached it to one of the armored trucks and started driving. It exploded when it started moving. It was meant to kill ...