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Sightseeing
From the very best ways to roam and revel in this outdoor playground to the hidden corners that boast museums, music, culture, cafés and pubs - dive into a sea of incredible stories and exhilarating experiences. Whether told by in-the-know locals or enamoured visitors, they’re all unique to the Wild Atlantic Way. Great way to see the location that Star Wars was filmed.
Atlantic Way
From the very best ways to roam and revel in this outdoor playground to the hidden corners that boast museums, music, culture, cafés and pubs - dive into a sea of incredible stories and exhilarating experiences. Whether told by in-the-know locals or enamoured visitors, they’re all unique to the Wild Atlantic Way. Great way to see the location that Star Wars was filmed.
Inishowen was successfully selected as one of the Star Wars filming location in Ireland for the new movie, episode 8 - The Last Jedi released in Ireland on the 15th December 2017. Filming took place in 2016 and the entire Peninsula was taken over with set design, cast and crew. Malin Head was the exact location used for filming to represent the planet Ahch-to in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. On your next visit to Inishowen why not join the Star Wars film location movie trail and visit the area the movie was filmed, call into Farren's Bar in Malin and hear the locals stories and get a photograph taken with a Storm trooper, should they be in the area that day. Why not take a boat trip
Inishowen
Inishowen was successfully selected as one of the Star Wars filming location in Ireland for the new movie, episode 8 - The Last Jedi released in Ireland on the 15th December 2017. Filming took place in 2016 and the entire Peninsula was taken over with set design, cast and crew. Malin Head was the exact location used for filming to represent the planet Ahch-to in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. On your next visit to Inishowen why not join the Star Wars film location movie trail and visit the area the movie was filmed, call into Farren's Bar in Malin and hear the locals stories and get a photograph taken with a Storm trooper, should they be in the area that day. Why not take a boat trip
The Grianan of Aileach (Irish: Grianán Ailigh, sometimes anglicised as Greenan Ely or Greenan Fort) is a hillfort atop the 244 metres (801 ft) high Greenan Mountain at Inishowen in County Donegal, Ireland. The main structure is a stone ringfort, thought to have been built by the Northern Uí Néill, in the sixth or seventh century CE; although there is evidence that the site had been in use before the fort was built. It has been identified as the seat of the Kingdom of Ailech and one of the royal sites of Gaelic Ireland. The wall is about 4.5 metres (15 ft) thick and 5 metres (16 ft) high. Inside it has three terraces, which are linked by steps, and two long passages within it. Originally,
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Grianan of Aileach
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The Grianan of Aileach (Irish: Grianán Ailigh, sometimes anglicised as Greenan Ely or Greenan Fort) is a hillfort atop the 244 metres (801 ft) high Greenan Mountain at Inishowen in County Donegal, Ireland. The main structure is a stone ringfort, thought to have been built by the Northern Uí Néill, in the sixth or seventh century CE; although there is evidence that the site had been in use before the fort was built. It has been identified as the seat of the Kingdom of Ailech and one of the royal sites of Gaelic Ireland. The wall is about 4.5 metres (15 ft) thick and 5 metres (16 ft) high. Inside it has three terraces, which are linked by steps, and two long passages within it. Originally,
Drinks & Nightlife
Respect for our community, a love of live music and offering exceptional food in warm surroundings has been the founding philosophy of the Brewery Bar & Restaurant, ever since local men Enda Nicholls and Niall Doherty took over the running of the popular Bar & Restaurant in 2015. The business quickly built a reputation for the quality and exceptional service. Our restaurant is open daily serving carvery lunch Monday to Friday (12pm – 3pm) and great value set menus – while also serving a la carte menu accompanied by a comprehensive wine list, carefully created by our head chef. We pride ourselves on a warm welcome and friendly service, whether you are here to enjoy a quick snack, lunch with
Brewery Bar and Restaurant
Respect for our community, a love of live music and offering exceptional food in warm surroundings has been the founding philosophy of the Brewery Bar & Restaurant, ever since local men Enda Nicholls and Niall Doherty took over the running of the popular Bar & Restaurant in 2015. The business quickly built a reputation for the quality and exceptional service. Our restaurant is open daily serving carvery lunch Monday to Friday (12pm – 3pm) and great value set menus – while also serving a la carte menu accompanied by a comprehensive wine list, carefully created by our head chef. We pride ourselves on a warm welcome and friendly service, whether you are here to enjoy a quick snack, lunch with
Granny Annie was born in Limavady, in the year 1916. In her early life she attended Largy school. She is remembered for her love of the dances, and socialising with her family and friends. It was at the dances were she met her lifetime husband William at the age of 19 in Foreglen and married in Limavady church aged 21. They regularly attended dances in Derry were one of our venues is located today, on Waterloo street. They loved live music and bands; this too is a big feature in this venue today. William was a sand & gravel merchant and a local farmer from the area and his very own 1947 TBO tractor sits in our flagship venue in Limavady today. Granny was never late and always on time consequ
Granny Annies Derry
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Granny Annie was born in Limavady, in the year 1916. In her early life she attended Largy school. She is remembered for her love of the dances, and socialising with her family and friends. It was at the dances were she met her lifetime husband William at the age of 19 in Foreglen and married in Limavady church aged 21. They regularly attended dances in Derry were one of our venues is located today, on Waterloo street. They loved live music and bands; this too is a big feature in this venue today. William was a sand & gravel merchant and a local farmer from the area and his very own 1947 TBO tractor sits in our flagship venue in Limavady today. Granny was never late and always on time consequ
Food Scene
For those with pure food indulgence in mind, come next door and sate your desires with our ever changing internationally and seasonally inspired small plates. We love food, lots of different food, just like you.
Yellow Pepper
36 Lower Main St
For those with pure food indulgence in mind, come next door and sate your desires with our ever changing internationally and seasonally inspired small plates. We love food, lots of different food, just like you.
Since its humblest beginnings in 1989 on the Strand Road to our re-location to a new modern waterfront restaurant on the Queens Quay in 2001, the Mandarin Palace has become Derry City's happening place for Asian sounds and flavours. Step into a new world & immerse yourself in the surreal atmosphere of the Mandarin Palace with its stunning cutting edge euro asian decor. Relax in salubrious surroundings with panoramic views over the river Foyle. The Mandarin Palace has launched a new array of delicious seafood, fish, steak & chinese dishes to its menu. Relax & sit back in The Mandarin Palace and enjoy the exciting food & drink menus on offer & let our friendly attentive staff look after y
Mandarin Palace
Since its humblest beginnings in 1989 on the Strand Road to our re-location to a new modern waterfront restaurant on the Queens Quay in 2001, the Mandarin Palace has become Derry City's happening place for Asian sounds and flavours. Step into a new world & immerse yourself in the surreal atmosphere of the Mandarin Palace with its stunning cutting edge euro asian decor. Relax in salubrious surroundings with panoramic views over the river Foyle. The Mandarin Palace has launched a new array of delicious seafood, fish, steak & chinese dishes to its menu. Relax & sit back in The Mandarin Palace and enjoy the exciting food & drink menus on offer & let our friendly attentive staff look after y
Dining in the 'Old Church Restaurant' at An Grianan Hotel Inishowen, is an experience of decadent pleasure in itself. Choose from our extensive menu which offers a choice of excellent bistro or fine dining which has earned a reputation as evidence by comments from Paulo Tullio from Taste of Ireland.
An Grianan Hotel
Dining in the 'Old Church Restaurant' at An Grianan Hotel Inishowen, is an experience of decadent pleasure in itself. Choose from our extensive menu which offers a choice of excellent bistro or fine dining which has earned a reputation as evidence by comments from Paulo Tullio from Taste of Ireland.
Parks & Nature
The hauntingly beautiful Glenveagh Castle on the shores of Lough Veagh…. Glenveagh Castle is a 19th century castellated mansion and was built between 1867 and 1873. Its construction in a remote mountain setting was inspired by the Victorian idyll of a romantic highland retreat. It was designed by John Townsend Trench, a cousin of its builder and first owner, John George Adair, with whom he had been raised in Co. Laois. The designer appears to have imitated the style of earlier Irish Tower-houses adding an air of antiquity to the castle. The building stone chose was granite, plentiful in Donegal but difficult to work and allowing for little detail.
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Glenveagh National Park Visitor Center
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The hauntingly beautiful Glenveagh Castle on the shores of Lough Veagh…. Glenveagh Castle is a 19th century castellated mansion and was built between 1867 and 1873. Its construction in a remote mountain setting was inspired by the Victorian idyll of a romantic highland retreat. It was designed by John Townsend Trench, a cousin of its builder and first owner, John George Adair, with whom he had been raised in Co. Laois. The designer appears to have imitated the style of earlier Irish Tower-houses adding an air of antiquity to the castle. The building stone chose was granite, plentiful in Donegal but difficult to work and allowing for little detail.
Standing at the viewing point on Sliabh League in Donegal Ireland an amazing sea vista and landscape open before you. From here we can see across Donegal Bay to counties Letrim, Sligo and Mayo, out to the west is the Atlantic ocean as far as the eye can see. North west is Rathlin O’ Byrne island and Glencolmcille and here beside you of course is the magnificent cliffs ofSliabh Liag. Rising almost 2000 ft / 598 m from the Atlantic, one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe and twice as high as the cliffs of Mohar, at the base of the cliffs is the “Giants Desk and Chair”. but just as amazing as this view ,is the history we can see here. Over there is Benbulbin with megalithic tombs and mythical
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Slieve League
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Standing at the viewing point on Sliabh League in Donegal Ireland an amazing sea vista and landscape open before you. From here we can see across Donegal Bay to counties Letrim, Sligo and Mayo, out to the west is the Atlantic ocean as far as the eye can see. North west is Rathlin O’ Byrne island and Glencolmcille and here beside you of course is the magnificent cliffs ofSliabh Liag. Rising almost 2000 ft / 598 m from the Atlantic, one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe and twice as high as the cliffs of Mohar, at the base of the cliffs is the “Giants Desk and Chair”. but just as amazing as this view ,is the history we can see here. Over there is Benbulbin with megalithic tombs and mythical
Getting Around
Enterprise Rent-A-Car - Letterkenny
Letterkenny, Bus Station
Everything Else
Derry Airport
Entertainment & Activities
An Grianán Theatre