Milford Inn Hotel

Address: Letterkenny Road, Co. Donegal, Milford, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Letterkenny Road, Co. Donegal, Milford.
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      Just 36 hours to go

      A travel blog entry by mmmike on Dec 29, 2014

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      We are just about ready to go - after a trip to our Donegal house to pick up some cold weather clothing stored there. After a lunch in Belfast with friends we arrived home to find the house frozen again - in an echo of our return from the previous trip to South America. The temperature in Belfast fell last night to about -7C and our mains ...

      Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 20, 2014

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      ... not Londonderry).

      Settled in we wandered down the hill to the main street just in time to witness the turning on of the Christmas lights and all the other festivities, trying to keep costs down we spotted a curry night and for 7 each we enjoyed a full meal and a lager.

      After dinner it was back up the hill via Columbs Cathedral before settling into our cosy room for a nights rest after what was a long ...

      Day 51 Dublin to Derry via Belfast.

      A travel blog entry by iancarmen on May 25, 2014

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      ... the coach to head to town.


      In town we meet up with another local guide(Rohan) and we did a walking tour of the city. We walked past some of the famous churches then, walked into the catholic areas (bog-side), saw the murals, the bloody Sunday memorial, learnt about the history, then we walked along the walls. The walk along the walls had some great views of the part of the town below. We then returned to city hall area, then went to dinner. I went with a group to a ...

      Stormont aka The Government

      A travel blog entry by angeleah.parey on Nov 04, 2013

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      ... That man clearly doesn't know what he's talking about because their history is very important.)

      After we talked to 5(?) MLA's, I think that was it, we went to see the government in session. It was interesting to see but also very boring. Not just for me but for the representatives in session! Most of them were just talking to each other or looking at papers or being completely distracted.

      That was the end of our tour. It was very interesting and sort of like what ...

      Derry, the Walled City

      A travel blog entry by fokkensfamily on Aug 28, 2013

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      We left bushmills behind and headed for Dublin via London Derry or Derry depending on who you ask. This is a famous city on part because of the walls of the city still being intact but also as the site of many a riot or battle during the 70s, 80s and 90s by the revels fighting against the British establishment for their land. I learnt a great deal about Irish history and I think I understand a bit more about the Irish unrest ...