Dungloe Holiday Homes Donegal
Dungloe is the biggest town in West Donegal, the focal point of Na Rosa or in English ‘The Rosses’. The town is known all over Ireland and further afield as the home of Mary from Dungloe, and of the festival called after her.
It was founded in the 1960s and it has been frequented by many special guests over the years including Daniel O’Donnell, Cliff Richard, Gay Byrne and Sharon Shannon.
The picturesque Dungloe Bay and surrounding hills have proved very popular with visitors and have enabled Dungloe to sustain a healthy tourism industry. There is also a festival dedicated to the socialist writer Peadar O’Donnell in Dungloe each autumn.
A little to the north of the town is the site of the ancient church of Templecrone. It is a lively town, and not only during the festival, and attracts many anglers who fish in the huge number of freshwater lakes in the Rosses.