Activities

Angling is a very popular sport in County Donegal. Letterkenny is central to some of the best salmon fishing in the county, from the local River Swilly and nearby rivers Finn, Reelin, Lennon & Lachagh. There are a number of lakes also offering excellent sport for brown trout. Boats are available on hire at Glenveagh. For general information on angling phone: 00353 (0) 71 9851435.
Golf: Letterkenny Golf Club (Phone: 00353 (0) 74 9121150) is an eighteen hole golf course laid out alongside the scenic waters of Lough Swilly and is open all year round. There are also eighteen hole golf courses at Rosapenna, Carrigart, Portsalon and Dunfanaghy.

Pitch & Putt The Pitch N Putt centre on the Ramelton Road has an 18 hole Pitch & Putt course, soccer courts and bar & lounge.

Old Foundry Paint Ball

Arena 7 Family Entertainent Centre

Jungle King

Letterkenny Town Park has swings, slides and open areas for games making it ideal for children. There are lovely peaceful walks to be taken among the beautifully laid out gardens.

Letterkenny leisure centre has a full-sized swimming pool, a learner’s pool, gymnasium, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi. There are also outdoor tennis courts and a play area for children.

Letterkenny Arts Centre has an ongoing programme of local, national and international art exhibitions. It also presents concerts and other events.

Hill walking: Mount Errigal, Muckish and the Derryveagh Mountains are excellent for hill-walking and are within about a half-hours drive from Letterkenny.

Clay Pigeon Shooting: Milford Clay Pigeon Club offers clay pigeon shooting.

The Century Cinema Complex, opened in 2001, shows the latest releases in a luxurious setting.

An Grianán Theatre is a major venue in the North-West for local, national and international plays and acts. Housed in a stunning glass fronted building it has a café, bar and a 345 seat auditorium. It has staged, amongst other major productions, Altan, The Abbey, The Perm State Ballet and the RTE Concert Orchestra.

Donegal County Museum is housed in a fine old stone building on the High Road, Letterkenny, which was once part of the Letterkenny workhouse. It houses a range of artifacts giving a flavour of life in Donegal fromt he Pre-historic period to the twenty-first century. The museum is fully accessible to the disabled.

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Burndale B&B
Derry Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal
Telephone: 00353 (0) 74 9129685 Mobile: 087 794 3116
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