Situated just seven miles north of Letterkenny, Ramelton is a small picturesque early 17th century town set along the banks of the River Lennon.
The town is one of the northwest's most popular angling attractions for local fresh water salmon and trout fishing, and its close proximity to Lough Swilly ensures those who wish to sea fish aren't left out.
The surrounding area boasts beautiful and varied landscapes which include the splendid Mount. Errigal and magnificent beaches such as Rathmullan and Portsalon.
Reverend Francis Makemie, the founder of the first Presbyterian church in Virginia U.S.A., preached in the old Meeting House in the town. This has now been renovated and turned into a library and genealogical centre for those of you wishing to trace your Donegal ancestry.
Eating out is a joy in Ramelton. Restaurants cater for all culinary tastes from sea food to steak.
There are plenty of pubs that really come alive at night, with live music of varied genres such as blues, jazz, rock n' roll and traditional Irish. And if that's not enough, there are also plenty of nightclubs in the surrounding towns to ensure that every music taste is catered for. Taxis are very reasonable for getting to and from venues and are usually available 24 hours a day.
Bridge House Guesthouse & Cottage
Located in the center of the town, and close to all amenities the Bridge House Guesthouse is...
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