Discover Donegal

Discover Donegal

With a personality that is both rugged and awe-inspiring, Donegal seems more like a country than a county. Isolated wild landscapes give way to soaring sea

With a personality that is both rugged and awe-inspiring, Donegal seems more like a country than a county. Isolated wild landscapes give way to soaring sea

cliffs and deserted white sandy beaches. Mount Errigal dominates the landscape of the far north-west of Donegal as it towers above the Poisoned Glen. To the north, the land sweeps down from Muckish towards Horn Head, Doe Castle and Sheephaven Bay. Donegal lets you to sit back, slow down, admire the view and recall a gentler pace of life – the perfect escape.

 

Hotel: Kee’s Hotel, Ballybofey (4 nights D, B&B)

The family-run Kee’s Hotel in Ballybofey is our base once again in 2018. All 53 bedrooms come with TV, hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities and free WiFi. The hotel boasts a

swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzi and steam room. Entertainment is available most nights in the hotel.

Day 1

We travel directly to the Ulster American Folk Park and follow the trail of thousands of emigrants before we arrive at our hotel in late afternoon to be greeted with some tea/ coffee and homemade biscuits

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Day 2

There is a scenic drive this morning as we pass through Creeslough to Dunfanaghy, overlooking Sheephaven Bay. We turn west to Falcarragh before arriving at the spectacular Glenveagh National Park, a remote and hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains, pristine lakes and tumbling waterfalls.

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Day 3

This morning we venture south to Mullaghmore Head for a coastal drive before continuing onto Drumcliffe Churchyard, where Yeats is buried, returning via Lower Lough Erne and Belleek

B, D

Day 4

Today we visit Oakfield Park with its formal gardens and lakes, all within 100 acres of picturesque parkland and mature woodlands. We return to Ballybofey in the afternoon for some shopping, possibly McElhinney’s famous department store, or to relax in the hotel.

B, D

Day 5

After a late breakfast, we return to Belfast via the Glenshane Pass.

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B=Breakfast Included , D=Dinner Included

Tour Highlights

Ulster American Folk Park • Sheephaven Bay • Glenveagh National Park • Mullaghmore Head • Drumcliffe Churchyard • Lower Lough Erne • Oakfield Park

 

Price Excludes

• Single Room Supplement £60

• Holiday Insurance

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details Times
Europa Buscentre Ulsterbus Tours, Europa Buscentre Stands 2-5
Belfast
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13 May
2019
£359.00
24 Jun
2019
£379.00
22 Jul
2019
£389.00
05 Aug
2019
£389.00

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