Ballyliffin Lodge & Spa Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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 ...
... yeah so leaving for Derry Thursday morning, its about a 4.5 hour ride, sorry, em ‘lift’, and I can have the entire evening to walk around and see live music at a pub, and then I can wake up to a huge irish breakfast at the B+B, which is REALLY well priced, so score for me, and I’ll have ALL Friday to walk around and see the memorials and murals and there’s lots of history given its on the border of Northern Ireland and Donegal so it’ll be ...
... quietly against the shore. For B road twists and climbs you really can't get better than this. We have seen Ireland from Scotland and hoped to reverse the view from Malin Head, but the sea fog (or heat haze) meant that wasn't to be. We wound down the east side of the peninsula passing the finish line just north of Derry.
The ride is great. There is plenty of variety in surfaces, with most being very good. Tight, twisty roads that aren't that good for high ...
... route now so not as interesting. One of the detour beaches had a height barrier which wasn't very nice. We stopped at the next one, Rossnowlagh Strand, for a few hours, before going on to Ballyshannon, and then inland. Natalie was keen to go back to Northern Ireland to stock up on birthday supplies and there were a couple of National Trust places to visit. We stopped for a while by Lough Erne and then went on to Enniskillen and out to Florencecourt House and ...
... in July 1916 where so many men died and the part that Ulstermen and women played in the battle and also in WW1.
Around Coleraine, Castlerock and Downhill (all within 15 miles of Portstewart)
This is the area I knew growing up as a boy until the age of 14, when we left Northern Ireland for a life in Australia and forms part of the Causeway Coast, made famous by the world heritage site called "The Giant's Causeway". More ...