Shandon Hotel Spa and Wellness

Marble Hill Strand, Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Marble Hill Strand, Dunfanaghy, is near Doagh Famine Village and The Workhouse.
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Travel Blogs from Dunfanaghy

Dublin, Belfast and Derry

A travel blog entry by jkoughan on Oct 05, 2014

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... those who dont belong and may cause trouble. It was a great time in Belfast with a driving tour and learning all about hte citys tourbled histroy and how far its come, but also how far it has to go. We then jetted off to the Giants Causeway and did some serious walking and site seeing! WHAT A beautiful coastal wonder and a UBESCO world heritage site!! I cant wait to show you all the pictures!!! Another long drive to ...

The End of the Wild Atlantic Way

A travel blog entry by gdandpj2013 on Sep 15, 2014

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... in 8 consecutive days. Most days we were on the road by 9.30am and parked up by 6pm.
We jokingly say that we were ripped off on this trip. We were looking for the “Wild” Atlantic, and were prepared for the rough Irish weather roaring in off the ocean. As we sail away from Ireland, having been here 18 days and ridden almost all of the whole islands’ coast, we have had nothing but windless warm days. The locals tell us its always like this here!"


A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 13, 2014

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... pedestrians and cyclists only and connects the east and west sides of the River Foyle, which is wide enough to be called Lough Foyle. It was only opened 3 years ago and has the unusual shape of an elongated S; it's also quite a bit higher on the eastern bank than on the western (city centre) bank.

Then, after a brief look at the Guildhall, I take a walk round the city walls. These were built in the early 17th century and are ...

McSwynne's Gun

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 09, 2014

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... carry on, I can see several more barbed wire fences in front. Clearly, this isn't working and there's nothing left for it but to go back and try to get to Horn Head along the roads, instead of following the coast.

I've just started to go back south, when the farmer appears out of nowhere with the friendly greeting "There's no walking allowed here!". He must have been using binoculars to spot me as the farm is still a long way off! ...

Getting There

A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 06, 2014

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... excellent view northwards over Sheephaven Bay and about a mile from the next place of any size, Dunfanaghy (though the population of the latter is less than 400). After getting my stuff inside, I go for a short walk down to the small harbour. It's brighter than it's been for most of the day, but there's a strong cool wind blowing from the north. Portnablagh was probably once a small fishing community, but apart from a short pier, there's not much evidence of it now. Any ...