Castle Dargan Golf Hotel & Wellness Centre

Address: \N, Ballygawley, County Sligo, Province of Connaught, Ireland | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on \N, Ballygawley, is near Tobernalt Holy Well, Union Wood / Ballygawley Lough, Teeling Monument, and Knoxpark.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballygawley

    Donegal & Sligo - Ireland's Quiet Northwest

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 07, 2015

    28 photos

    ... one of its ruggedly beautiful with
    some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs, castles, and a mountainous national park.
    Our route from Derry to Mayo did take us through the southern part of the
    county, though, and the cute small town of Donegal. Donegal’s primary (and
    virtually only) real site is Donegal Castle, the historic seat of the O’Donnell
    clan. Apparently O’Donnell remains an ...

    Burial Sites and Soaring Cliffs

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 30, 2015

    4 photos

    ... of local rocks to stop the the Atlantic from claiming any further land during periods of stormy conditions. The surf school was operating, with around one dozen participants eager to develop their surfing skills. They were all kitted out with thick, full-length wet suits, orange fluro vests and short, wide boards. The surf wasn't particularly challenging but there was sufficient for the beginners to give it a try. Our path took us inland, following ...

    Fjords and Peat Bogs

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Jul 29, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the park. Time was against us to explore the park so we continued on our way - maybe another time. We drove through glacial valleys which were surrounded by towering, treeless, rocky mountains. Glacial lakes were in abundance as water seems to be permanently on the move in Ireland. If it isn't falling from the skies it is seeping through peat bogs or cascading down mountains and hills as it builds in size on its journey to the sea. Lunch was ...

    Cruising the Wild Atlantic Way

    A travel blog entry by oregonnscaler on Jul 16, 2015

    5 photos

    When we left Crumlin we headed north to the northern coastline of Northern Ireland where we picked up a scenic route called the Wild Atlantic Way. This road travels along the northern and western coastline of both Northern Ireland and Ireland. Our first stop was at a National Trust site called the Giant's Causeway. It's an amazing rock ...

    Doolin to Clifden to Sligo (with lots of stops)

    A travel blog entry by bear_in_toronto on Jul 09, 2015

    43 photos

    ... we headed out in hopes of doing a boat tour in the nearby Killary Fjord. We poked our noses into the Connemara National Park along the way--we had hoped to do a hike there the day before but the weather didn't cooperate. Then headed down the road to catch our 90 minute boat ride. ...