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February 5, 2007

Rossnowlagh Restaurants

Restaurants in Rossnowlagh consist of both traditional and modern Irish specialities. Seafood is particularly popular in the area. Yet, should you have a special request most establishments will be only too happy to cater to you. Smugglers’ Creek, in particular, advertises its vegetarian and gluten free choices. Other options in the area include the Sand House Hotel, a former manor and Herron’s Cove, a restaurant and guesthouse.

Rossnowlagh is a lovely village renowned for its beaches and surfing conditions. It is very close to both Ballyshannon and Donegal.

Do you know of any other Rossnowlagh restaurants which you would like to recommend? If so, let us know by posting your comments here.

Killybegs restaurants offer something for everyone. Restaurants in Killybegs range from the traditional to the modern, Irish to Oriental. Some of the more interesting aspects of the restaurants are the variety of their interiors. You can choose a modern-style bistro, a restored stables, or a farmhouse restaurant. Of course, the food is the most important thing and all offer delicious menus. Seafood is a specialty in the area and it can be enjoyed everywhere from the local takeaways to the most formal of restaurants.

Killybegs is a major fishing village located in Donegal.

Have you dined in Killybegs recently? Do you have any recommendations or advise for future diners? If so please feel free to post your comments below.

November 3, 2006

Restaurants in Letterkenny in County Donegal are a delightful place for food lovers hoping to sample some of the many delicacies that the area has to offer. This youthful, vibrant town is home to a wide range of establishments form Oriental to American, Indian to European. Restaurants in Letterkenny in County Donegal reflect the exciting, artistic atmosphere of the town, with plenty of trendy establishments standing alongside traditional family restaurants and fast food eateries. Whatever you’re hungry for, restaurants in Letterkenny are certain to delight.

Restaurants in Ballybofey in County Donegal are a wonderful place for visitors hoping to sample some delicious food, along with some of that famous Irish hospitality. The area is known as the ‘Friendliest Little Market Town in All of Europe’, and this is certainly evident in the numerous eateries. Restaurants in Ballybofey in County Donegal offer a delightful range of cuisine to visitors, whether you’re craving Oriental, American, European or Irish food. The area also boasts an impressive array of eateries to suit all budgets, so whatever you’re craving, you’re certain to have a wonderful time.

October 17, 2006

Restaurants in Donegal offer a wide variety of delights for anyone travelling through the area. Located in the north west of Ireland, the county offers tourists a chance to dine while enjoying some stunning landscape. The large towns of Lifford and Letterkenny offer plenty of choice, with numerous options for vegetarians and diners who suffer from allergies. Villages such as Stranorlar and Glenties offer wonderful friendly service, alongside delicious, hearty cookery. Restaurants in Donegal are guaranteed to suit all budgets and tastes.

September 18, 2006

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