Killybegs is Ireland’s largest fishing port located in the waters of Donegal Bay.
We have a city in the Netherlands called Valkenburg. Wonder if there is a connection.
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It sounds dutch indeed, valken are falcons and as SC mentioned already we have a city here with the same name.
Maybe the owners are from Dutch origin?
Now you have to sole the mystery of the name and its origin, Bill, to satisfy the curiosity of your blog visitors. The facade has flowers but I think it needs a little more. . .shutters perhaps?
Construction suggests the building as been around a while?
...it's interesting that they blocked in two windows on the first floor.
They were 2 doors, probably to independent stores.
The owners have certainly helped make the building inviting with the lovely flower baskets.I've noticed bicycles are being used to advertise too!
My eye goes to the flowers in the window boxes. Too early for such plantings here.
Nice, Bill. I like the oval sign, too.
Looks like a nice place to stay the night.
The place has character.
It's a sturdy looking building Bill, been there for a good number of years I bet! Unusual name for an Irish hotel 😊
Nice building. And yes, I love the Dutch name.
Interesting looking place! What a fun and totally different experience this would be compared to what I am used to at the chain motels and hotels!
A nice looking building Bill. The windows seem to be reflecting the sky and clouds. Very pretty!
I really like the reflections of the sky in the windows.
A beautiful capture of reflecting windows. Love your new header too!
It's a great looking old building. I love seeing the sky in the window reflections.
A wonderful old building. Greetings from Australia. I am so pleased to have come across your blog and will enjoy following you.