The Carrigart

Address: Carrigart, Carrigart, County Donegal, Province of Ulster, Ireland | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Carrigart, Carrigart, is near Malin Head and Donegal Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Carrigart

      Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 17, 2015

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      ... a light snow shower while passing through a small village and then a heavier fall on the main highway, and then a warning message on the car's dashboard saying "Injection Fault" with the diesel engine . As we got closer to Ballynahinch, a fix engine light and red "stop" lamp also started displaying on the dashboard. Even though the engine seemed to be running alright these warnings put a dampener on the final drive into Ians mother's birthplace.
      We ...

      Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 20, 2014

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      Sleep in, a gloriously overdue sleep in.

      With a thick fog sitting over Galway and a reservation in Derry for the night we set off north to take in the amazing emerald countryside that is Ireland.

      With the fog sitting so thick and low that catching a glimpse of the countryside became a game in itself we drove on. During the trip it had come apparent that Brendon loved exploring abandoned things ...

      Muckish

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 08, 2014

      18 photos

      ... mountain is Muckish, closer to the north coast (and therefore to Portnablagh) than Errigal, but at 670m it's not quite as high. And not as shapely either. There's a bog trot to the top from the southern side, but I opt for a northern approach via the Miners' Track, a route which uses the paths and tracks of an old quarry, where they used to mine fine quality silica sand for use in making optical glass. The quarry has been shut for at least ...

      Come Again Another Day

      A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Aug 03, 2014

      17 photos

      ... is added by a banjo player, and Irish flutist another banjo player and another Irish Flutist! The boys clap merrily to the beat until Julian falls asleep on the seat beside Elizabeth.

      It's been raining off and on all evening, but thankfully when we leave the pub the rain has abated. We hope this means more sun tomorrow and no more rainy weather. Unfortunately our room stills smells acutely of smoke when we return; we leave the window open all night to try and air it ...

      The Nine Glens of Antrim

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 30, 2014

      7 photos

      ... and stuck together for most of the tour.

      The rest of the tour group was quite an amiable bunch. There was a group of middle aged women from Whales on their "hen do", which is the British term for bachelorette party. There were also quite a few tourists from China, as well as some Germans and a Brazilian guy who loved posing for a million pictures.

      Our first stop was Carrickfergus Castle, which is only a few miles outside of Belfast. It was a quick ...