Pearse Road Guesthouse

Pearse Road, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Pearse Road, Letterkenny, is near Loop Head, Grianan Aileach Ring Fort, Glebe House and Gallery, and Mount Errigal.
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    Travel Blogs from Letterkenny

    You're full of Blarney

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... heading back to the Hyundai and hitting the road.

    We decided to stop for afternoon tea (substituting lattes and cappuccinos though since neither of us are big tea drinkers) in a small town called Killarney. This was a beautiful little town with a very fun main street that had all sorts of brightly colored buildings and shops. At the coffee shop we settled on we decided to map out the rest of our day and see if we could call ahead ...

    Come Again Another Day

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 03, 2014

    17 photos

    ... found. None of the maps show it in the same place and driving through and out of the town we can't seem to find any sign of it. We press on towards Donegal. This area is very remote. The few homes and farms are far apart. Bogs cover the hilly, marshy land. In some areas the peat has obviously been plucked out as the dark peat is cut in vertical stripes from the small hilltop. We pass through a few towns, all the signs emblazoned with Gaelic for in this remote region ...

    Rain, Rain, Go Away...

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... A heavy mist created by the tidal wave of rain blankets the hills and countryside. As we make our way to the coast and the Causeway Coastal route the rain continues. The Irish Sea is choppy, white caps and waves rile the ocean water. The coast is rocky and rugged. Wildflowers grow in pockets on the rocky cliffs. It's an almost eerie drive with the heavy mist, rain and wind stirring up the small trees and shrubs. Visibility of this amazing coastline is ...


    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 12, 2013

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    ... a walk by the sea edge. It would make a great place to run. From there to Malin Head, which is the most northerly point in Ireland. To add to passing Ireland's highest pub in the Sperrin mountains on Monday, I passed-yes!-Farren's bar, Ireland's most northern bar. Something about a whippet, tap n'spile and perpetual trouble at t'mill. Malin Head is spectacular and wind blown, even on a sunny and calm day like ...

    Irish Road Trip - Derry and the Giants

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 07, 2013

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    ... the giant baby he was so scared about how big dad would be so ran home to Scotland tearing up the bridge behind him! There is remains on the Scottish coast as well! What a fun legend! On the side of science they say that the rock was created through lava cooling and cracking into long columns as it cooled, not bad science but giants is totally more believable!

    After walking with the giants we were off to fall to our doom as we crossed the carick-a-rede rope ...