Ballyliffin Lodge & Spa Hotel

Address: Inishowen, Ballyliffin, County Donegal, Province of Ulster, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Inishowen, Ballyliffin, is near Ballyliffin Golf Club.
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    A misty morning in Buncrana

    A travel blog entry by dabrowns on Oct 16, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... to have appeared when Father Heggerty met his doom.

    By the time we had walked back, the sun had burned off all the mist and you could see clearly across the deep blue of the Lough to the other side

    Unfortunately as we had a long journey to make it back to Portmarnock that night (from the top to the bottom of Ireland this time) we sadly said our goodbyes to Kevin and drove out of Buncrana bathed in sunshine.


    Portrush and Nearby Sites and Attractions

    A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 13, 2015

    5 photos

    ... bridges in the states, it has been maintained and rebuilt several times! On our way back to Portrush we stopped to tour the Dunluce Castle which, we were told is used as backdrop scenery for the TV series Game of Thrones. It's an amazing ruin built and added to over a couple of centuries on a small headland. Pictorial representation suggest high living in the 17th century for a relatively remote location. A few of us left the bus at the entrance ...

    A Different Feeling

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 31, 2015

    6 photos

    ... round building that sits atop a prominent headland overlooking the ocean). Downhill Demesne is now a crumbling remnant of a mansion built in the mid-1700s to entertain guests from far and wide. During World War II it was used as an army barracks and since then it appears to have rapidly fallen into disrepair. The round building was being used to host a wedding today and, as a consequence, the building was closed to the public from ...

    Port Rush

    A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 19, 2015

    7 photos

    ... Irish Free State and the North coming under English rule. 1970 - 1990's Northern Ireland became a battleground between Loyalists and Republicans. This is known as the troubles. Meanwhile in Londonderry: Londonderry started life as a monastery created by St Columba, on the River Foyle. His cathedral still stands, though most of the original building, has been modified and reconstructed over the years. The town's name was anglicised to Derry in later years. In 1688 a ...

    Gorgeous day in NI

    A travel blog entry by rubyrae on Jul 28, 2014

    Woke up at 8 and was sooo tired. But if the surf was good I was going to give it a go. In all honesty I'm a little apprehensive about going in after such a long time. Especially in a foreign place with someone else's board which is 4ft bigger than mine. If I crack his I'm a gonner ! I'm not sure if I buy one get kaylsns old one near France ...