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Donegal & Wild Atlantic Way

5 Days/4 Nights

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A new tour for this year takes you to visit the Wild Atlantic Way and Donegal in Northern Ireland. Visiting some of Ireland's best known and loved towns including lively Donegal and charming Londonderry. There is also a tour of the western coast of Ireland with the wonders of the Wild Atlantic Way, one of the world's most beautiful coastal routes. So join us this year for a holiday not to be missed to Ireland.


  • 4 Nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
  • Luxury Coach Travel 
  • Return Ferry Crossing
  • Excursions 
  • Leisure Facilities in Hotel
  • Single Room Supplements £100 (Limited Rooms)


Enjoy a full day to explore Donegal today. Donegal Town is an attractive town overlooking the Bay with a backdrop of the Bluestack Mountains on the Wild Atlantic Way. Traditionally a Market Town it is easily accessible for visitors to explore the abundance of shops, dining, cultural and heritage attractions. Some of these include the 15th Century Donegal Castle, Four Masters Column, Railway Heritage Centre and the Abbey ruins. Before we leave we visit the Donegal Craft Village, which is filled with independent shops including glass blowers, hand weavers and jewellery makers.


Full of Irish charm and character, Letterkenny offers plenty to entertain you as you visit here this morning after breakfast in the hotel. The town itself has many interesting buildings both old & new with its Gothic style St Eunan’s Cathedral, County Museum housed in the old stone Workhouse, and boasting the longest Main Street in Ireland. It has a great mix of bars and shops to enjoy as well.  We stop in Londonderry on the route back to the hotel where you can enjoy some time at leisure to explore the walled city. There are many attractions and shops here to enjoy.



After a hearty breakfast this morning enjoy a beautiful scenic journey along the Inishowen 100, one of Irelands top scenic routes, offering breathtaking coastlines and stunning panoramic views of the Atlantic and Lough Swilly.  Gaze and enjoy the seascapes on the way to Fort Dunree, a clifftop 18th century Fortress now home to a military museum. Enjoy the peaceful location and history of the museum before we travel on our way along the Gap of Mamore which offers up some stunning views of the North Atlantic Ocean. Along by the white sandy beaches of Tullagh and Pollan Bay before we arrive at the Doagh Famine Village for our guided tour. Telling the stories of Irish life from the Great Famine of the 1840s through until the present day, your guide will take you on a journey showing how families and communities have lived on the edge generation after generation, adapting to survive as the environment and society around the local area changed over the years. On the return journey to Buncrana along the banks of Lough Foyle passing Grianán Ailigh set high on the hillside, once the most power fortress in Ulster.


Situated in picturesque Buncrana, The Inishowen Gateway Hotel offers a luxury spa, a 20 yards pool, and a modern Irish restaurant. With colourful bedrooms, the hotel has wonderful views of Lough Swilly and guests can go golfing for free at Buncrana Golf Course right next to the hotel.

The spacious rooms are sumptuously decorated with rich fabrics and ornamental cushions, and all feature a work desk, tea and coffee facilities and a modern en suite bathroom. Room service is also available, and most rooms have scenic lake views. The Loughview Bar serves a light lunch and traditional evening menu, and the Peninsula Restaurant serves creative cuisine using local produce in more formal surroundings. The grand Lisfannon Banqueting Suite offers a popular Sunday cavery. The Seagrass Wellbeing Spa features a sauna, indoor swimming pool and wellness centre, with an extensive range of indulgent beauty treatments available. The Inishowen Gateway offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi, and overlooks the Buncrana golf club.

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