Rathmullan House

Lough Swilly, Rathmullan, County Donegal, Ireland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Lough Swilly, 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

    10 photos

    ... breathtaking views just a short hike from the car park there. Bree and I would have spent much longer hiking along the cliffs but when we were there it was extremely windy! So much so that we nearly lost our footing a couple times just walking around to get some pictures so we decided to quickly get a couple shots and then head for the car. Even as we were standing at a slight angle to counter the strong gusts it was truly an amazing sight and we ...

    Come Again Another Day

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 03, 2014

    17 photos

    ... bread, cheese, grapes, hummus and of course beer at Glenveagh National Park. As we walk to the visitor center the mist begins to turn to a light rain. By the time we get on the bus enroute to the castle it's definitely raining. We opt to skip the castle tour. Glenveagh Castle looks like a castle but that is where the similarity ends. It was built in the 1870's, as a country estate for George Adair. It boasts a grand Victorian style pleasure garden and walled garden which ...

    Rain, Rain, Go Away...

    A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 02, 2014

    16 photos

    ... A heavy mist created by the tidal wave of rain blankets the hills and countryside. As we make our way to the coast and the Causeway Coastal route the rain continues. The Irish Sea is choppy, white caps and waves rile the ocean water. The coast is rocky and rugged. Wildflowers grow in pockets on the rocky cliffs. It's an almost eerie drive with the heavy mist, rain and wind stirring up the small trees and shrubs. Visibility of this amazing coastline is ...

    Meeting up with the gang...

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

    34 photos

    ... get back between 6 and 7), I am very excited for the things we have planned. After our time here, a gentleman named John will take us down the coast, and we will go to the Giant's Causeway, which I am very, very excited about!
    There is only one central computer here that has internet access, and I don't want to disturb the others' rest by clicking away on this absurdly loud keyboard, so I will sign off for now. I will be sure to have lots to report on ...

    Welcome to the Bogside

    A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 12, 2013

    4 photos

    ... most extensive bombing campaigns within Derry, and most of the buildings within the walls were destroyed.

    People in Derry were very friendly, and quick to have a chat. Everyone I spoke to was so wonderfully optimistic about Derry's future; they all feel the best is yet to come. Considering the horrific events this city has witnessed, and the damage the Troubles did to the people and to the city's economy, I found this optimism genuinely heartening. Derry seemed to have ...