Termon is a village in the north of County Donegal, Ireland.
It is situated eight miles from Letterkenny, Donegal's main town and seven from Creeslough. Termon is made up of many townlands including Currin, Doon, Drumlaurgagh, Drumbrick, Drumoughill, Cloncarney, Terhillion, Gortnalaragh, Clonkilly, Knocknabollan, Fawans, Drumdeevin, Drumfin, Barnes, Stragraddy, Ballybuninabber, Letterfad, Goal and Gurtin, Loughaskerry.
There are several hills close to Termon, including Lough Salt , the hills of Barnes-Crockmore at 324m, 349m & 307m respectively, and Stragraddy mountain . All the hills offer stunning vistas along Donegal's Atlantic coast line or into the higher mountain country of Muckish and Errigal . Going out on the main R255 road one could turn for Gartan, birthplace of St.Colmcille or head to Glenveagh National Park and its beautiful surroundings.
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Termon, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
Just 9km from Glenveagh National Park, The Lagoon is a family-run guest house located just south of the village of Termon. It offers guests free Wi-Fi access throughout the property and also free on-site parking.