Best holiday rental deals in Letterkenny
Explore 306 accommodation options listed in Letterkenny and discover a welcoming accommodation for your holidays. By comparing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the best deals and the most popular lettings in Letterkenny.
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The weather in Letterkenny
The above is a climate diagram for Letterkenny. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 5° in January. It may rain 21 days in January while it typically rains only 9 days in April.
Stay in cosy holiday cottages in Letterkenny in North-West Ireland
The quaint coastal cottages in Letterkenny, County Donegal are the perfect destination for a famaily holiday. With a number of historic and natural landmarks to explore, it is a great place to experience the local culture of this unique region of the country.
Travel from Belfast to Letterkenny
The total journey time by train from Belfast to Londonderry is about seven hours one-way, which is a highly enjoyable scenic route through Northern Ireland past Ballymena.
The Drongawn Lough
A wide inlet very close to Letterkenny that feeds into the North Atlantic, the Drongawn Lough provides many excellent photo opportunities in this rugged landscape. Here you can spot secluded houses and enjoy bracing sea views. Explore the area and then head back to your holiday letting for a cosy night indoors, or head to a local pub to mix with the locals.
The fascinating local landmarks in Letterkenny
A fairytale castle located in Glenveagh National Park, Glenveagh Castle was built in the 19th Century as a noble residence. It has beautiful gardens and sits among the forest facing the water.
A mountain rising up from the flat surrounding lands making for a striking landscape under wide open skies. It’s part of the ‘Seven Sisters’ chain of peaks in the area.
A butterfly house and zoo which is home to a number of animals including mammals, reptiles, birds, insects and arachnids including exotic scorpions and tarantulas. It also features education on endangered species.
Glebe House and Gallery
A quaint Regency style house with perfectly maintained wildflower gardens, Glebe House has an astonishing collection of international art on display including pieces from Japan, Italy, Spain and Ireland.
A fairly modern cathedral by Irish standards, Eunan’s Cathedral was built at the end of the 19th Century and features an ornate Victorian Gothic architectural style. Admire the beautiful stained glass and meticulous carvings.
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