Downings Bay Hotel

Main Street, Downings, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Downings

Two Hours of Sleep... Two Times the Fun!

A travel blog entry by carajane96


... airport in London was huge! We had to take a shuttle bus to the other terminal and then walk ten minutes to get to the gate. The plane to Dublin was much smaller as the rider. Was much quicker. It was a good flight except for the end when Molly, who was sitting next to me, got sick. She felt much better after she was sick and was excited to finally be in Ireland. As soon as we got off the plane we met our tour, Pete, at the airport. Pete ...

Christmas Eve Busking

A travel blog entry by kyajade


... right direction, but then the guy there just didn't stop talking! He wasn't even really talking, but more rambling! We eventually got out when another customer came in, and went up the road to the visitor centre, where we found a Belfast sticker. (It wasn't as nice as the ones from Derry though!) We bought it and headed back to the station, where we had missed a bus by just 10 minutes, so we found ourselves a seat and Darren played some guitar while we ...

Week 7

A travel blog entry by zurnal101


... meal. It was great to be around a family in a family home eating a family meal. She made roast beef, mashed potatoes, roasted carrots and pea pods, and topped it off with a great homemade cheesecake at the end. Needless to say it was a small glimpse of home for a few hours and was great to get to know her better than I already have. It has continued to be great living with KC and Keith. We haven't had any problems with each other and are growing ...

Two Cathedrals and a University

A travel blog entry by helenlilley


... for a pint of the fantastic local stout. Over a drink he pointed out a few must-see sights, gave me some tips for pubs and museums, and also suggested some other things to do on my trip.

The Dublin Ambassador scheme is a brilliant idea, and great way to welcome people to Dublin. Not that Dublin really needs a specific welcoming scheme -- everyone, from taxi drivers to bartenders to people in the street, has been incredibly friendly and welcoming.


Guiness and Gaols and Bray, Oh my!

A travel blog entry by dana.hahn2


... us went to Stag's Head bar. Katie told us that it was her favorite bar, but it was sorta filled with older people, so we got a table and kept to ourselves. Before we know it, an older gentleman comes over and offers all of us a round. Along with that we take a round of shots with him. I look over at some paperwork he is holding and see"Central Bank of Ireland". I ask if he works there, and he says yes, but says nothing more about the subject. We leave and go to a couple ...


This hotel, located on Main Street, Downings, is near Johnstown Garden Centre and Abbeyfield Farm Country Pursuits.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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