Mount Errigal Hotel

Address: Ballyraine, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ballyraine, Letterkenny, is near Loop Head, Grianan Aileach Ring Fort, Mount Errigal, and Glebe House and Gallery.
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          A misty morning in Buncrana

          A travel blog entry by dabrowns on Oct 16, 2015

          1 comment, 10 photos

          ... to fish at when he was a boy. We then strolled up past O'Doherty's Castle and past all the blackberry bushes where the boys used to go blackberrying with Kevin's mum. Past some cows and fields and then on to the seaside walk along Buncrana's Beach to Father Heggerty's Rock.

          The walk was beautiful as the mist burned off and more and more blue showed through. We came to a sea wall and walked out to have a look and were surprised to see ...


          A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Aug 17, 2014

          2 comments, 6 photos

          ... in here due to the alcoholic fumes. Alcohol content is 96% after the third distillation and it has to be watered down to a legal limit of 40% before being put in the casks for a few years. I had never had a taste of whiskey before but really enjoyed the dram at the end, maybe a new beginning for me! It will have to be the real Irish thing for me though, none of the Scotch (two distillations) or American stuff (once)! Next stop was Dunluce Castle, or the ruins of it. It is on ...

          Local History Tour with Tony

          A travel blog entry by chall-mullen on May 12, 2014

          49 photos

          ... and we headed out early to Grianan Ailigh. Grianan Ailigh is a hill fort (also called a round fort), which is a mysterious and unique bit of history which its use hasn't been pinpointed for certain. Some believe it was used for defence (as it is positioned on a hilltop overlooking all of Inch Island, the bay, the surrounding valleys and hills, and quite a bit into the distance beyond that), while others believe it was used for religious, safety, ...

          To Belfast for a Day

          A travel blog entry by averileoverseas on Nov 09, 2013

          3 comments, 9 photos

          ... it got too dark to explore the township. Walked most of the City Walls, an area Protestants sheltered from the attacks of the approaching Catholic forces of deposed King James II. Almost 20 feet high and about as thick with huge cannons lining the entire area. Next to the Murals along Bogside. Those showing riots I am able to remember suddenly hit me. To be in the area where all this happened and to see it depicted ...

          50 Shades of Green

          A travel blog entry by tmm on May 06, 2013

          6 photos

          ... My heart only swelled further as our visit continued. We were showed to our room for the evening... Suited with a queen size bed, a couch, a full length mirror, an ensuite bathroom with a hot shower and the most spectacular of views. Hello Heaven, can we stay forever? (I know I said our last hostel was good... But this kinda kicked it out of the water.) The delights continued as we sat down with the family. Three of the six children were there that weekend ...