Location: An Grianan Hotel Date: 14 June - 14 June 2013Suitability: EveryoneW: http://www.angriananhotel.comT: 00353 74 93 68900 E: email@example.com://www.facebook.com/angriananhotelderrydonegalhttps://twitter.com/#!/https://plus.google.com/u/0/?hl=en-GB
The Inishowen Peninsula is a fantastic source of natural rugged landscape and home to a large array of wildlife. Located in the North East of County Donegal and includes Ireland's most northerly point, Malin Head. There is a good variety of habitats in this relatively small area which means many different species of Animals Birds and Plants can be found.
Inch Lake & Inch Wildfowl Reserve is a man made freshwater lake formed when dykes and embankments were constructed to drain the flat marshland between Inch Island and Bridgend. Blanket Nook is another area of freshwater formed in the same way to the southwest of Inch near the village of Newtocunningham.
These two lakes and the surrounding land support a large population of water birds. The most visible of these are swans. Mute, Whooper and Bewick's can be seen.
Our Hotel is located only 5 minutes walk from The Inch Wildfowl Reserve therefore allowing us to act as the perfect spot to rest your head after a long day out in the Inishowen Country Air. If you are seeking a tailored package or Group etc. then please contact Ron on firstname.lastname@example.org
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