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4 An Culan, Muff, Donegal
Lovely three bedroom townhouse for sale in muff, Donegal. Finished with solid wood floors and tiled ...
1 Ballintemple, Falcarragh, Donegal
Well maintained and decorated to a high standard family home/ holiday home on the wild atlantic coa...
The Laurels, Raphoe, Donegal
Detached country house set on 1acre of land,6 bedrooms,kitchen/ diner,utility room,4 reception rooms...
43 Glendale Manor, Letterkenny, Donegal
This well presented four bedroomed house is situated just minutes walk from Letterkenny University H...
43 Ashlea Grove, Killea, Donegal
3 Bedroom Semi Detatched House - Ashlea Grove Killea. Stunning family home in a popular area of Kill...
Sessiagh Cottage, Castlefin, Donegal
This quirky rural cottage located in the Castlefin area of Co Donegal. This is a spacious detached c...
Binanea, Gortahork, Donegal
West Donegal, Wild Atlantic Way. A unique house with a beautiful blend of traditional and modern sty...
3 Thornberry, Letterkenny, Donegal
Magnificent 4 bedroom family home and detached garage.
This property is in excellent condition thr...
Cottage 4, Kincasslagh, Donegal
Traditional thatched holiday cottage with stunning sea views at Donegal Thatched Cottages...
County Donegal (Irish: Contae Dh?n na nGall) is a county in the northwest of Ireland. It is one of three counties in the province of Ulster that does not form part of Northern Ireland. The name Donegal comes from the Irish, meaning the fort of the foreigners. The county was named after the former administrative centre of Donegal Town. When first created, it was sometimes referred to as County Tyrconnel (Irish: T?r Chonaill), after the Tyrconnel earldom it succeeded. Calling the whole county T?r Conaill is technically incorrect as the Inishowen peninsula (Irish: Inis Eoghain) was historically distinct from T?r Chonaill.
Uniquely, Donegal only shares a border with one county in the Republic of Ireland, namely County Leitrim in north Connacht. The rest of its land border is shared with the United Kingdom (the Northern Irish counties of Londonderry, Tyrone and Fermanagh). This apparent isolation has led to Donegal people and their customs being considered distinct from the rest of the country and has been used to market the county with the slogan Up here it's different. Despite Lifford being the county town (and there also being a Donegal town), the largest town is Letterkenny.
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