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A prosperous Ulster Plantation town in the 1700’s, Donegal’s largest town Letterkenny has evolved into a lively modern urban centre dominated by St. Eunan’s Cathedral and the Swilly River.


Letterkenny is a vibrant market town well known for it’s busy nightlife – so the perfect spot to hit the tiles after some happy days sightseeing.

The County Museum includes an exhibition telling the fascinating story of County Donegal from the Stone Age to the Twentieth Century through artefacts and contemporary photographs. Temporary exhibitions are held all year round in the Ground Floor Gallery. The town also has a leisure centre, cinema and bowling centre - perfect for the rainy day. If it’s dry and you fancy a birdie, tee off at Letterkenny Golf Course on the banks of Lough Swilly.

A short drive away is the magnificent Glenveagh National Park and Grianan Ailigh, an ancient circular stone structure said to date back to 1700BC with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.

Five kilometres outside town is the restored Corn and Flax Mills, open from June to the end of September. The mill is powered by one of the largest working water wheels in Ireland and visitors can see at first hand the industrial and agricultural methods of a bygone era.

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