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Dungloe

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Dungloe(Irish:An Clochan Liath) is a town in County Donegal, where the Mary From Dungloe festival is held every year. Dungloe serves as the administrative centre for The Rosses region

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Is situated in the north west of Donegal despite the remote location it is a well connected bustling town. It is served by a regional airport in carrickfin 10 minutes from the town which has connecting flights from Dublin and Glasgow. Feda o Donnell’s buses provide a direct link with Dungloe and Galway City, along with a direct bus from Dublin City. Alternatively you could drive to Donegal town and follow the well signposted road to this lovely town.

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Around the area are some lovely beaches including Magery Beach which is all stones, Carrickfin beach which is about a mile long and cloghglas beach in Burtonpost 15minutes from the town. There are six pubs in the town.Each with its own character. Bonners fishing tackle provides licences for fishing at the numerous lakes around the town and also the equipment needed at reasonable prices. Mount errigle is a worthwhile venture away from the town in the heart of the gaeltacht in Gweedore. Golf is also big on the agenda in the area with around 5 golf courses including the well known course at Cruit island. If you are looking for a bit more fast paced lifestyle then visit nearby Letterkenny which has a terrific choice of pubs and clubs. The Mary from Dungloe festival takes place annually usually around July or August although times do vary, expect a great time to be had by all. Highlights include the chosing of the Mary from Dungloe from a group of lovely girls, the parade on the main street which includes floats and bands and the free live music on the street.

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The Daniel O'Donnell Visitor Centre, Main Street, Dungloe

In the same building as the bistro and the connected Stepping Stone Bar, you can pay homage to one of Donegal's (and Ireland's) best exports, the singer Daniel O'Donnell. This guy started singing before most of you were born. The fact that he's still going speaks volumes of his decent lifestyle (taking tea rather than drugs) and being nice to everybody along the way. The tour will just cost you 5 euro, open from 10 to 5. The staff here and in the bistro follow Daniel's example of being nice.

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Bayview Bar Lower Main Street

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Beedy's bar

  • Stepping Stone Bar, Main Street, Dungloe, 0749561781. Fantastic food, great music, friendly staff  edit
  • Bank bistro, Main streer, Dungloe. Newly opened restaurant - well worth a visit - fantastic food, lovely decor and great welcome  edit


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There are numerous options of accommodation in Dungloe.There are numerous B and Bs available aroung the town.

  • Radharc An Oileain, Quay Road, Dungloe, Co; Donegal, 00353749521093, [1]. checkin: 06.00pm; checkout: 11.00am. Family run Bed and Breakfast 5min.walk from town centre.Overlooking Dungloe Bay and Arranmore Island. All rooms ensuite with tv/dvd, and tea making facalities 35 euro.  edit

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