Bundoran Star Boat Trips
Bundoran Star offers daily sea angling trips from the boat quay West End Bundoran. It is ideal for the ardent fisherman, and even if you do not fish enjoy the wonderful sea air & breath-taking views of the Wild Atlantic Ocean. For bookings call 071 9841290
Adventure Centre Bundoran
Perfect for all-round family fun. To name just a few activities: Surf lessons, Kayak lessons, Climbing, Abseiling, Orienteering, Hillwalking, Archery, High Ropes course, Cliff Jumping, Canoeing. For more information call 071 9842418
Castle Adventure Open Farm
Castle Adventure Open Farm is situated 5 miles from Bundoran on the Rossnowlagh road, in the picturesque landscape of Wardtown. With an array of farm animal & activities to enjoy undercover in their barns. Try some Bunny cuddling, Mouse Roulette, Lamb Bottle-feeding & Pony-Grooming just to mention to but a few of the features available here.
Donegal Equestrian Centre
Situated 1 mile from the centre of Bundoran in the beautiful North West coast of Ireland is the perfect choice for all your horse riding. The centre offers instruction in riding, pony camps, beach & trail rides suitable for all levels of rider. Donegal Equestrian Centre has a wide range of horses and ponies to suit all ages and abilities.
Bundoran Adventure Park
When a guest of the hotel looks out on Bundoran from the hotel, you cannot miss the fabulous Bundoran Ferris Wheel. At Bundoran Adventure Park there are rides to suit all ages. Thrill-seekers will not be disappointed, and the younger audience will be spoiled for choice too. Some of the attractions such as the Twister, Clown Race, Disney chairs, Spinning Tea Cups Whacky Worm, Master Blaster, Mini Trampolines, Bumper Cars, & Bundoran Go Karting are all waiting for you. Check out their Website www.bundoranadventurepark.com
The Sanctuary is one of the newest tourist attractions in Donegal. It is here you will find an ancient woodland that is inhabited by some very exotic and wildlife, like brown bears, wolves, red deer, monkeys, wild boar & lynx. Entrance fee: €10: 1 hour 20 mins from the hotel.
Eagles Flying Ballymote
Nested in the green hills of Sligo, Irelands largest sanctuary for raptors & owls. Currently, it is the home of more than 100 eagles, hawks, owls, falcons and vultures. Altogether there are more than 450 birds and animals. (Approx. 50 mins from Bundoran)
Lough Key Forest & Activity Park
Is a visitors destination for fun activities with spectacular views, exuberant wildlife, historic buildings and multiple islands. (Approx. 1 hour from Bundoran)
Glencar Waterfall is a 50ft high waterfall and situated at Glencar Lough. The waterfall is impressive and can be viewed from a lovely wooded walk. The waterfall amenity includes a children’s playground, picnic areas, café facilities, tourism information and ample parking. Entry to the site is free (35 minutes from hotel)
Devils Chimney Walk & Waterfall
Devils Chimney Walk is just before- Glencar Waterfall is a medium grade walk, that should take about 1-hour round trip. There is stunning views of the lake along the walk, it's definitely worth the hike up! (30 minutes from hotel)
Slieve League Cliffs
Wild, dramatic, majestic – the towering Slieve League Cliffs are among the highest sea cliffs in Europe. From their highest point, it’s a staggering 609m drop into the swirling Atlantic Ocean below.
Knocknarea Mountain Strandhil
Is an easy 1-hour walk also known as Queen Maeve’s Grave/Tomb. Gorgeous views at the top overlooking Strandhill. Afterwards, you could go down to Strandhill which is a beautiful coastal town in Sligo, lovely restaurants/café’s & pubs. On Sundays, in Strandhill, they also do a people’s market with great local crafts and food.
Lissadell House & Gardens
Is a flagship for tourism and situated in Co. Sligo the house & gardens were transformed to their former glory and a wonderful link to Ireland Historic & literary heritage. It is steeped in history & well worth a visit. You can enjoy the beautiful gardens & enjoy a cuppa in their tearoom with homemade baking. To book call 0852781767
Rosses Point Co. Sligo
Where Sligo bay meets the ocean, Rosses point is an old seafaring village with glorious views across the bay. It features its own Yacht Cub & boasts gorgeous walks across the peninsula. Lovely cafes/restaurants & pubs.
A stunning woodland 5.5km nature walk, it typically takes around 1 & a half hours. You have a choice of walks the Oakwood Trail this is a gentle looped walk along the edge of the old oak woodland, or the Union Rock Trail a more strenuous looped walk with a climb but the effort is well rewarded with an excellent view of the surrounding countryside.
Gleniff Horseshoe Loop
Is not a horseshoe at all but a six-mile loop of single road surrounded by spectacular mountain views. You will encounter the secret of the magic hill. It is a breath-taking drive with stunning views well worth a visit. There are a few different walking trails up there that you can take.
Corralea Activity Centre
Hours of water fun for the whole family under the watchful eye of Corralea lifeguards. Bounce on water trampolines & splash into the water, test your balance & agility, whizz down water slides.
Cuilcagh Boardwalk trail ‘stairway to heaven’
This is a very popular trail that you have probably heard of before, its a 33km walking route that encapsulates Cuilcagh mountain and surrounding areas. Provides breath-taking views of the surrounding low lands. It really is well worth the hike if you're up for it! Round trip should possibly take you 3-4 hours? (Approx. 1 hour from the hotel)
Marble Arch Caves
Marble Arch caves are host to one of the finest show caves in Europe. Visitors are guided through a fascinating natural underwolds of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers while stunning beautiful cave formations glisten all around. (Approx. 50 mins from hotel)
Castle Archdale Boat Hire & Water sports
Castle Archdale Boat Hire & Water Sports is located at Castle Archdale Marina, which nestles in the heart of Fermanagh’s tourist area and within the grounds of the ever-popular Castle Archdale Country Park. Offering a wide range of activities to suit all the family including boat hire, kayak hire, water trampolining, cycle hire, White Island ferry and many other activities.
Glenveagh National Park
Glenveagh National Park is a remote and hauntingly beautiful wilderness of rugged mountains, pristine lakes, tumbling waterfalls and enchanted native oak woodland in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains in the north-west of County Donegal. At the centre of the Park on the edge of Lough Veagh is Glenveagh Castle, a late 19th-century castellated mansion, built as a hunting lodge.