Creevy Pier Hotel

Kildoney Glebe, Ballyshannon, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kildoney Glebe, Ballyshannon, is near Waterworld Bundoran, Bundoran Golf Club, Macks Glowbowl, and Aughross Cliffs.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballyshannon

    “A lonely impulse of delight”

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 10, 2014

    5 photos

    ... choice. Just a heads up people.

    We ended our journey for the day in Westport. I had a tasty baked seafood stew (picture included). That, and the venison pie, have been my favorites so far. Can you tell that most of my thoughts revolve around food? If you didn't know that about me by now, honestly, shame on you. I am now sipping on a Bailey's Irish Whiskey, blogging, and writing post cards. G'night.

    Counties Sligo, Mayo, Clare and Galway

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 25, 2014

    1 comment, 151 photos

    ... be quiet, but an hour and a half later there were 70 cars there for a Saturday night service. We snuck away and ended up on the Erris Peninsula, past Bellmullet.
    We drove out to the end of the peninsula the next morning to Blacksod lighthouse and around the loop. We stopped for breakfast at a lookout point near a modern stone sculpture. After heading back up the Erris peninsular we went south through Bangor Erris and along some quite bouncy narrow roads to Ireland's ...


    A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Aug 21, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Stack and Derryveagh mountain ranges to Glenveigh National Park where we rented bikes and cycled a 20km round trip through the park to the castle and waterfall. The castle is only a young one by Irish standards, built by John Adair around 1870 after evicting 244 tenant farmers in the cold winter of 1861, most of the farmers are said to have then emigrated to Australia.


    Ireland at its best.

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 19, 2014

    4 photos

    ... rocks (HUGE) and sand for continuing the pathway. Some tourists/hikers were extremely upset that they couldn't go on. But it is understandable that the workers don't want to work up there in the winter. We walked back down and took a small hike to another peninsula. There Karsten was captivated by the flight of the seagulls. While we were skirting around sheep droppings, he was taking hundreds of pictures of seagulls(it ...

    Castles and Blue Skies

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Aug 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... is used. While figuring out what to do next we heard a car advertising the waterbus tour. So we did that and were rewarded with seals lying on the grassy banks. The way back the Tour Guide took to the keyboard and had us all singing: My Bonny lies over the Ocean, The Wheels on the Bus, Old Mc Donald, Humpty Dumpty. It was great! He then handed the microphone over to an 84 year old passenger ...