Fort Royal Country House

Kinnegar Road, Rathmullan, County Donegal, D1, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kinnegar Road, Rathmullan, is near Buncrana Beach, Wains World, Buncrana Tourist Office, and Lisfannon Strand.
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    Travel Blogs from Rathmullan

    You're full of Blarney

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... couple nights.

    Along the way to Galway we took a slight detour to visit the most popular tourist stop in all of Ireland, the Cliffs of Moher (pronounced like more not mohair like we heard a number of other American tourists calling it haha). The cliffs were truly breathtaking and run for a great distance along the Western coast of Ireland. They reach over 700 ft tall at their highest and the curvature of the coast line allows for ...

    Come Again Another Day

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 03, 2014

    17 photos

    ... turbulent weather yesterday. The Fort is mostly a reconstruction from the 1800's of the fort that once was a power center for the O'Neill clan. The kids climb up and down and around the walls playing tag. Their laughter fills the fort. As we head towards our next stop, Glenveagh National Park & Castle the landscape changes. This countryside is more lush, green rolling hills and hay fields broken up by a patchwork quilt motif of farms and homes. We have a picnic ...

    Rain, Rain, Go Away...

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... history of bloodshed and struggle between the Unionist Protestants and the Nationalist Catholics. During the Troubles of the 20th Century the districts were separated by what has become known today as the peace wall, which stands 45 feet high. What once divided and separated the two communities in an attempt to prevent bloodshed and conflict now serves as a permanent outdoor art display focusing on peace. The rain pours forth from the dark ...

    Meeting up with the gang...

    A travel blog entry by chall-mullen on May 11, 2014

    34 photos

    ... is this beach. I spent as much time as I could collecting shells without making the other two wait too long. I will definitely go back again tomorrow when I can. This is a gloriously beautiful place. We are located about 5 miles from Northern Ireland. The fields are all full of ewes and lambs, and the view out the front of the house is of the ocean and the harbour on the other side.
    Despite having a very full itinerary tomorrow (we will leave at 10 ...

    Welcome to the Bogside

    A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 12, 2013

    4 photos

    ... has the honour being the UK City of Culture for 2013. Of greater interest to me, it was also named as one of Lonely Planet's 2013 Places to See. The city itself is beautiful, although most of the buildings within the old city walls are new. Built within the last 10 or so years. It's a bit jarring to see within a single glance lovely old buildings, those amazing city walls from the 1600s, and then some monstrosity from 1980. I later found out that it's because the IRA conducted one ...