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Glenveagh National Park

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Marie And Liam
Marie And Liam
January 17, 2020
Fantastic walk to the beautiful castle. Enjoy a coffee and a sweet treat when you reach the castle.
Peggy
Peggy
November 20, 2019
More than 211,600 visitors were recorded at the attraction last year, up from 150,600 in 2014. It was recently named by Fáilte Ireland as one of the top-20 most popular fee-charging visitor attractions in the country.
Danny Martin
Danny Martin
August 31, 2019
Only a 13 Min Drive away. Great for Cycling/ Wallking/ Castle Tour/ Gardens
Carol
Carol
August 6, 2019
A must see place. It would be criminal to visit this part of the world without a visit to Glenveagh. It is spectacular with is beautiful walks, bike rides ( bikes for hire), gardens castles and tea rooms. There are events also run through out the year. visit their website to see what's available…
Margaret
Margaret
July 16, 2019
Home of the infamous founders of Tabasco sauce. Beautiful house and gardens. Well worth a visit.

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Establishment
“The Glengesh Pass is a windy section of the road that connects Glencolmcille to Ardara. During the drive, motorists can enjoy the farmland, desolate moorland, and tranquil setting. Glengesh (Glen of the Swans) Pass (900 feet above sea level) meanders through the Glengesh and Mulmosog Mountains. The scenery in the area is magnificent. There is a feeling of peace and stepping back in time.”
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Point of Interest
“The Assaranca Waterfall is hidden away. Just a "few-minutes" (approx 20mins, Irish time :P ) drive from the main road outside Ardara. But like most of Ireland's backroads the drive is narrow, winding...and beautiful!”
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Park
“it has beautiful gardens and sceenery including a train ride .they also do a christmas event for kids but early booking is advised”
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Natural Feature
“In the plantation of Ulster which followed the Flight of the Earls in 1607, Turloug Og O'Boyle was granted Ards and the surrounding area by the British, on condition of his loyalty to the Queen. They lost this area in 1641. By the year 1700 the Wray family had possession of the land. They sold it in 1782 to Alexander Stewart, who resided in Ards until 1926. Ards came into the possession of the Irish Land Commission in 1926 after the acquisition of the "Stewart-Bam Estate" as it was known. The northern half of the Estate was held by the Land Commission for afforestation and the rest was divided among tenants. Ards Forest Park is the most northerly forested park in Ireland, located on Sheephaven Bay and one of the few in Ireland situated by the seaside. Visitors driving from the entrance to the car park located near the shore, pass Lough Lilly which is covered with lilies during the month of August. There are a number of trails and walks with breathtaking views of woodland, mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. There are also many forms of wildlife in the park. It has six different habitats in its 481 hectares: deciduous and coniferous woodlands, salt dunes and seashore, salt marsh, saltwater lakes, rock face and fernlands.”
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Natural Feature
“This route up Errigal begins at the carpark on the road from Gweedore to Letterkenny (R251). The opening stretch of his route rises over some fairly heavy and boggy ground. Follow alongside the stream up towards a clearly visible track rising through the white silvery scree on the lower slopes of the mountain. Follow this track up the mountain as far as the summit. At the summit you will find two peaks joined by a narrow path, while the first of these is the highest & the true summit, it's customary to make the short (30 – 40 meter) crossing to the second peak. Take time to enjoy breathtaking views of the Derryveagh Mountains and Donegal countryside as well as views of the Islands and spectacular coastline. The return leg takes about 40 minutes, but be careful on the descent as the scree can be quite loose underfoot. Total walking time: give yourself 2-2.5 hrs.”
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Letterkenny, County Donegal
Telefon+353 76 100 2537