Things to do in Kincasslagh

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  • Companion757002
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    In August my friend and I holidayed on Cruit Island. We stayed at Tidal View which was more than a b&b, it was an experience! Our accommodation was 'out of this world' and Shiela Anne was the most helpful and understanding person one could meet. We walked among the rocks and along the beaches, enjoyed picnics in the sheltered coves. We would recommend this holiday destination to anyone wanting peace and quiet.
    Michelle (Guildford, Surrey) and Margaret (Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland)
    Written 21 September 2021
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  • HardyMan1
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    Played summer 2021 and it was brilliant. Friendly greeting and no fuss. Unbelievable scenery on every tee and green. If you like links golf and fresh air then this is a place to go. Rock up and give it a go.
    Written 28 April 2022
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  • Helen R
    Bray, Ireland23 contributions
    We were lucky enough to go on this boat trip on a beautiful sunny day. Paul the skipper is a very calm person so you feel very safe on his boat. It is a lovely trip out around the coast and Owey Island. Paul stops the boat every so often to point out landmarks or to tell you the history of the area.
    There is then time allocated at the end of the trip for fishing and the children who fished on our trip caught loads, including mackerel. Paul gutted and filleted some of the mackerel and gave them to us which was a real treat.
    I would highly recommend this boat trip for anyone who loves to get out on the sea.
    Written 25 July 2021
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