Corcreggan Mill

Corcreggan, Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Corcreggan, Dunfanaghy, is near The Workhouse.
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    Travel Blogs from Dunfanaghy

    You're full of Blarney

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 06, 2014

    10 photos

    ... breathtaking views just a short hike from the car park there. Bree and I would have spent much longer hiking along the cliffs but when we were there it was extremely windy! So much so that we nearly lost our footing a couple times just walking around to get some pictures so we decided to quickly get a couple shots and then head for the car. Even as we were standing at a slight angle to counter the strong gusts it was truly an amazing sight and we ...

    Come Again Another Day

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 03, 2014

    17 photos

    ... see a beiatiful waterfall at least 8 feet wide flowing furiously down the craggy rocks. We get into Donegal, a very small town despite being the namesake of the county. We have a snack overlooking the tiny harbor. We walk the circular town center, most of the shops are closed unfortunately, as it is Sunday. Soon after we head to our final destination: Bundoran, a seaside town at the edge of County Donegal. Bundoran reminds me of what I would imagine an East Coast ...

    Rain, Rain, Go Away...

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 02, 2014

    16 photos

    ... to a Spar, a small convenience store, for a quick breakfast. We arrive and our GPS has taken us to a neighborhood and a closed down and boarded up storefront. Good thing we saw a giant Tesco just as we pulled into the neighborhood. This is the largest Tesco I have seen and it even boasts a small cafe, where we park ourselves for a bite to eat. After two plates of eggs for each of the boys we take a quick tour of Belfast's Sectarian Neighborhoods. Belfast has ...

    Troon, Ailsa Craig, The Giant's Footsteps & De

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 03, 2013

    9 photos

    ... staying at the Ramada Da Vinci and it looks good. The room is good but no air conditioning so we open the windows which gives us about 6 inches gap where the air would need to flow directly upwards to get into the room. It has Wifi so that's a bonus. I'm able to transfer money from GB pounds into Euros so that we can have Euros tomorrow when we enter the Irish Republic. The bar is what we see at home as a traditional Irish bar with all the memorabilia and beams. The dining ...

    Irish Father's Day and horse riding on the beach

    A travel blog entry by webbies2013 on Jun 16, 2013

    23 photos

    ... ride along the beach and Mum, Jim and Eve were the supervisors. My horses name was Weet-a-bix and he was white and brown. Emily's pony was named Shadow and she was white. And Tara's little pony was called Bill and he was a tiny brown pony. That was an amazing ...