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

      Easter in Donegal

      A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Apr 10, 2015

      54 photos

      ... the irst night we were blessed with dry weather as an anticyclone settled over Ireland. The first couple of days were cool and a bit misty but by Sunday the weather became warm and sunny. This allowed us to enjoy our favourite pastime in perfect conditions; walking the many beaches on this part of the Donegal ...

      You Are Now Entering Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 01, 2015

      167 photos

      ... had started taking guitar lessons over the past 2 months and she played me some tunes, and did a fantastic job, and on some pretty ********gs, "wild word" and "you've got to hide your love away" - not simple for beginners. It really was something else to see them again. The words poignant, sweet, maybe even bittersweet come to mind...

      This sunday, though, was just surreal, and a real "party" if you will, to balance the darkness and emotions I ran through from Derry, and ...

      McSwynne's Gun

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 09, 2014

      20 photos

      ... carry on, I can see several more barbed wire fences in front. Clearly, this isn't working and there's nothing left for it but to go back and try to get to Horn Head along the roads, instead of following the coast.

      I've just started to go back south, when the farmer appears out of nowhere with the friendly greeting "There's no walking allowed here!". He must have been using binoculars to spot me as the farm is still a long way off! ...

      Getting There

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 06, 2014

      9 photos

      ... excellent view northwards over Sheephaven Bay and about a mile from the next place of any size, Dunfanaghy (though the population of the latter is less than 400). After getting my stuff inside, I go for a short walk down to the small harbour. It's brighter than it's been for most of the day, but there's a strong cool wind blowing from the north. Portnablagh was probably once a small fishing community, but apart from a short pier, there's not much evidence of it now. Any ...

      Ireland; into the North

      A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Mar 21, 2014

      15 photos

      ... warrant, though hoped it would result in more peaceful and political attempts for the Republic. From here came the civil war, dividing families, pro vs. anti-treaty. The free state was not fully independent until the 1940s. On January 13, 1972, the incident Bloody Sunday took place in the Bogside area of Derry. It occurred during a march of the Northern Ireland civil rights association, protesting for better rights, jobs and ...