Ostan Loch Altan

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

Belfast to Donegal

A travel blog entry by mareelangdon


... and then drove to Donegal . Staying at hay woods B and B. Out for tea then to the reel pub, a tiny pub, and listened to Irish music and watched some Irish dancing. Still trying to get use to it not getting dark until about 11.00 pm and then light at about ...

Day 12. Donegal area

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy


... take it all in. When the mini buses returned us, we all had freshly made scones with black currant jam and tea or coffee. Yum!! We arrived back in Donegal at 2.00 and had an hour to have lunch and look around. We had a snack at the bakery and then went to the ruins of an old Abbey and adjacent cemetery. This was really interesting. We even bumped into an Australian couple off a Trafalgar tour. At 3.00 we all ...

Day 11. Galway to Donegal

A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy


We left Galway and headed north on the main road. Today sounds pretty tame. First we stopped at Knock a little town were a religious sighting of angles witnessed by 15 persons is said to have occurred . Evidently the town had a huge following in days gone by and although there were 3 enormous car and bus parking lots, it was almost impossible to park, so large were the crowds. Today it has faded into insignificance, even after a pope had paid a personal visit. Seems the Catholics ...

Donegal County

A travel blog entry by paigeazmt


... mission, to a place called Slieve League that's insanely hard to get to. Me and these two canadian girls really want to go so we hired a mini- coach bus to take us, and then we each recruited someone from our hostel. It took me days to figure out a way to Slieve League, and it was so worth it. Some of the highest cliffs ...

Local History Tour with Tony

A travel blog entry by chall-mullen


... St Aengus' Church, which was a lovely little church with some very, very unique features. It was a circle within a circle, but in a manner where the position of the smaller inner circle creates a crescent moon shape of the larger outer circle.
Tony took us on a lovely tour of Buncrana, a small village on the opposite side of a riverbank from the remains of the original Buncrana, which was destroyed during the Cromwellian invasion. There ...

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