Castle Murray House Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Dunkineely
... find our way to our hotel. We almost made it on the first try, but missed seeing a sign until I was already turning (traffic in town was a nightmare, too) and I ended up crossing the river on a bridge in town (one way of course) and had to circle way around to get back across and ...
... Donegal Castle, did a bit of retail therapy (sometimes just to get out of the showers) and walked back to the hotel at about 4pm. Light tea of tapas and shared pizza filled us back up and we rolled off to bed. Quirky fact of the day: if the menu says satay sauce that is Irish for peanut paste. Title explanation: in Ireland they call it a soft day when the day is mild, showery and with little or no ...
... and there is a statue in the town. Bundoran, just down the road is a more touristy resort, whereas Killybegs on the way up to the cliffs is a proper fishing port, if you fancy a fish supper.
The roads are good riding, and there are many strange things to see on the way round this area. There is some great surfing to be had, and a huge beach at Murvagh which was almost deserted.
After a day ...
Great nights sleep :-) lovely breakfast at the hotel. Tried some frIed black pudding. Didn't really impress me much. Packed the bus under grey skies with patches of blue and left the hotel at 9am and headed west. Warmish weather today with the locals wearing everything from shorts and t-shirts to coats and scarves. Without repeating the cliche but everything is green in Ireland and there are still a ...
... our first stop was Dunluce Castle, what a position perched right on the edge of a cliff. The heritage society has done an awesome job making it safe for people to visit and the posters recreating how it would have looked are a great addition. Yet another bridge over water had to be crossed, but this one was more stable and not so high. From here we headed on to Mussenden Temple, built on the edge a sheer ...