The Holyrood Hotel

Address: Main Street, Bundoran, County Donegal, Ireland | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Main Street, Bundoran, is near Waterworld Bundoran, Bundoran Golf Club, Macks Glowbowl, and Aughross Cliffs.
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    Travel Blogs from Bundoran

    The Castle Life!

    A travel blog entry by gehogan3 on May 20, 2015

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    ... point was definitely seeing Kylemore Abbey. It was AMAZING! A gorgeous castle nestled in the mountains on a beautiful lough (lake). Look at the pictures.

    On the way out of Connemara, we stopped at a little village and had some yummy ham and cheese panini's for lunch.

    From there it was a long drive to Baylor's surprise. I kept telling her we were going to a nice campground...but she wasn't buying it. We ...

    Day nine

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 17, 2015

    34 photos

    ... had fish and chips and I had a hamburger. Dessert for Poppy was cheese cake and raspberry ice cream. I had a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We walked back to the hotel and found a couple of comfortable, large wing back chairs in front of the fire place and ordered Irish coffee. The coffee came, the fire was warm and a guitarist was playing Green Sleeves as the sun was starting to set. For a while it was very nice here. Tonight we pack up for our move to ...

    Day eight

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 16, 2015

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    Up to the sun shining, yes! Breakfast with some of our group, just oats with blueberries and cream. We are off to Northern Ireland. We stopped at a small church where Yeats is buried, had a cup of tea and then off to the coast and the Beleek factory. One of the master pottery weavers is a Duggan. We had an interesting typical lunch, potato patty, cooked cabbage, ham and trifle for dessert. On the road again and out to the coast, really beautiful, windy ...

    On the trail of Willie Butler

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 20, 2015

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    ... that pounds are more expensive than euros, although many places take both here. We were looking for Sheelin Lace museum and shop and found the quaint thatched building and, as usual, no obvious place to park on the narrow village road. Where do people stop their cars?? It was like walking into Aladdin's cave - a fairy grotto draped with thousands of pieces of lace and clothing, all displayed with jewellery, feathers and fairy ...

    Where I come from

    A travel blog entry by woodsies on Apr 19, 2015

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    ... down anything else, I know that he walked here in Enniskillen where I am today.

    What a beautiful area! The lakes/loughs (pronounced 'lock') that dominate and determine the terrain are glacial in origin and are like a string of jewels stretching to the north of Enniskillen. The grass is vivid green from year round rain (although not while we have been here!) and the water a sparkling dark blue. The vegetation has light green ...