Railway Lodge

Address: Mill Town, Donegal, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mill Town, Donegal, is near Slieve League, Donegal Castle, Donegal Bay Waterbus, and Glencolmcille Folk Village Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Donegal

    Day nine

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 17, 2015

    34 photos

    ... and fields. Off in the distance we could see wind machines generating electricity. This is an area of large areas of planted trees for the lumber industry. There are large areas of grass grown for silage and sheep and cattle grazing. The animals are more often than not laying down, contended in green pastures. In Derry we were joined by a city tour guide. He began with the history behind the rebellions and bombings of the 60's, the Irish refer ...

    Day eight

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 16, 2015

    17 photos

    ... We are now at Lough Erne for two nights. We found our room, and received our luggage, then off to a Bushmills whiskey tasting. I have decided I do not like Bushmills, my tongue is still burning. We have a nice room that is large and comes with a view of the lake and golf course. Casual dinner at the "grille" tonite. I had fish and chips and Poppy had B B Q bacon rib. Tomorrow we travel into Derry to see the Folk Park, a cathedral and other significant ...

    On the trail of Willie Butler

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... Unbelievable little place and I wished I could have brought my granddaughters to see it. The front part is a shop and the back is a museum with some exquisite wedding dresses and hand made lace clothes from the 1880's. You couldn't help wondering how anyone could do such fine needle lace work back then with low light and failing eyes - I can hardly thread a needle to fix a button!! Some pieces would have taken thousands of hours and ...

    Where I come from

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... I am reading a Helen Garner book - it is amazing to have so many options on our iPads!

    This morning we drove around the town and found it totally deserted - so much easier to navigate without traffic! There is a tall monument set on the highest point in town in memory of Sir Galbriath Cole, who was one of Wellington's generals and led the English forces who defeated the Macguires here. He came from Devon, which is another of my ...

    “A lonely impulse of delight”

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... right in the middle of the city, pretty neat. The castle had been burned to the ground as one point instead of surrendering it in war, so some of it has been rebuilt in restoration.

    After the castle we stopped at the Abbey Graveyard, lots of super old graves as well as modern ones. Kind of surprised that people are sill being burried in such a tiny graveyard that pretty much looks abandoned.
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