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Hi All - we are doing a self drive trip in Western Ireland at the end of Oct. Which itinerary makes the most sense, in terms of bed and breakfast locations, relative to Top Attractions/Must See's:

Shannon - Donegal - Dingle Peninsula - Cork County (Union Hall) - Shannon

OR

Shannon - Donegal - Cong Connemara - Dingle Peninsula - Shannon

We are looking to see/do many of the typical attractions like Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, Dingle Peninsula, Bunratty Castle Medieval Banquet (last night) - Perhaps the Ring of Kerry, if time permits, as well as Blarney Castle. In Donegal, we are staying at Lough Eske Castle. Other nights will be at Bed and Breakfasts, of our choice.

Are there any Must-See's near Donegal?

We are open to adding/removing attractions if anyone has suggestions.

Thanks,

Shelley

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