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Letterkenny General Information

Letterkenny is a pretty, lively corner of the Emerald Isle and a town fast on the rise. Home to venerable charm, convivial restaurants and pubs, and superb architecture and festivals galore, the notable “Tidy Town” of 17,500 people is a prime gateway to beautiful Donegal County. A gorgeous, nonpareil enclave of Europe, Donegal County is a perpetual source of national pride. The county is home to some 150,000 people and shares a land border of more than 100 km with Northern Ireland. Since Donegal County is a significant enterprise to undertake as a tourist, Letterkenny is a perfect base for those who can invest a week or more of holiday time. The inherent ensemble of towns, mountain and coastal landscapes, and heritage landmarks nearby are virtually without peer in Ireland. ... Read more »

Letterkenny’s diminutive stature conceals a vital architectural landscape that includes many pre-1850 landmarks. The grand Cathedral of Saint Eunan and Saint Columba is the most prominent point of interest in town and as a result, well worth a tour. Other remarkable gems in Letterkenny include the Donegal County Museum, Mount Southwell Terrace, Saint Eunan’s College, and a vibrant nerve centre in Market Square. While Letterkenny deserves a thorough visit, the county at large makes a memorable road trip as well. For the hearty, Donegal unfurls rugged trails, spectacular Slieve League sea cliffs and the Seven Sisters summits of the Derryveagh mountain range.

Attractions

  • Cathedral of Saint Eunan and Saint Columba
  • Letterkenny Market Square
  • Donegal County Museum
  • Mount Southwell Terrace
  • Saint Eunan’s College

Activities

  • Earagail Arts Festival
  • Fleadh Cheoil (Festival of Music)
  • Donegal International Rally
  • Letterkenny Library and Arts Centre
  • Pan Celtic Festival

Restaurants

  • Pats on the Square
  • Yellow Pepper
  • Beetroot Restaurant
  • Tin Tai Restaurant
  • Bastille Bistro

Nightlife

  • The Brewery Bar
  • Corner House Pub
  • Loft Bar
  • Wilkin’s Bar & Lounge
  • Bar Rouge

Climate

Letterkenny has a temperate maritime climate, with moderate to heavy rainfall and temperatures between 3°C and 19°C for the year.

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Radisson Blu Hotel Letterkenny
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4.0
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Paddy Harte Road Letterkenny

Combining exceptional location and welcoming atmosphere, this property is an ideal place for a splendid vacation in Le... More hotel details

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Letterkenny Court Hotel
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3.0
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29-45 Main Street Letterkenny

Letterkenny Court Hotel is an ideal place for visitors seeking to discover all that the area has to offer. The hotel i... More hotel details

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