Laghy or Laghey is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland, between Ballintra and Donegal Town. Laghy is one of three villages that makes up the parish of Drumholm, formerly a Civil and Church of Ireland parish, now only used as a division of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Raphoe. The village has a quarry, a supermarket, garden centre, filling station, two public houses, a church with a graveyard, an Orange Order hall, a recycling centre, a Donegal County Council yard and salt depot, and a national school . Laghy is also near two of the most scenic beaches in Ireland, namely Rossnowlagh and Murvagh. Murvagh is also the home to the Donegal Golf Club. Seven Arches Bridge, Laghy, Co. Donegal 5 June 2005
The best known landmarks in this village are The Seven Arches Bridge at the bottom of the main street, and the signpost within the village that says Laghy is 1 km away.
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Ballinakillew Mtn., Laghey, Co. Donegal
The Moorland Guesthouse is a 15-minute drive from the sandy beaches of Irelandâs West Coast and Donegal. It offers a restaurant, health and beauty treatments and a sauna. The Moorland has rooms with en suite bathrooms and countryside views.
Main Street, Laghey, Donegal, Co. Donegal
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Seven Arches Bar & Guest House offers pet-friendly accommodation in Donegal, 47 km from Sligo. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site.
Main Street, Laghy, Donegal, Co. Donegal
Wild Atlantic Way B&B is located in Laghey, just 10 minutesâ drive from Donegal. This pleasant bed and breakfast offers a peaceful retreat with a large garden.