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Come to Ireland for an invigorating yoga and surf holiday! Surfing is a great sport to be enjoyed by people of all ages and fitness levels. It is a great way pick up a new sport or even just an excuse to get into the great outdoors. You will surely have a lot of fun! Rougey Lodge is a perfect stop off for anyone wanting to take a break from the hustle and bustle. Come to this retreat to surf, cycle, hike, or just chill out. This is a short break you can take right now!
The lodge has dorm rooms, private twins and doubles, triples, quads, and family rooms. This program also includes two nights accommodation in dormitory. However, private rooms are also available for you to choose from.
The dorm features six large beds with private bathroom and shower. Surf shower also available with hot water throughout the day. Fully equipped guest kitchen with large gas cooker, pizza oven, microwave, prep and storage areas, multiple fridges, dining area, and free tea and coffee all day are all available for you to use.
There is a spacious lounge area with wide screen TV, DVD player and X-Box, and movie library. There is also a private parking at the back of the building and plenty of storage space for boards and a drying room for wet suits.
Enjoy a three-day surf and yoga camp available in Rougey Lodge. Have the best of both worlds by soaking in the adventure with surf classes while gain relaxation from the yoga classes. Simply a short and sweet getaway for you and your friends.
In this program you will have two surf lessons that will be held daily and one yoga class. Aside from surfing and yoga classes, the location of the lodge can also provide you with multiple other activities such as kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, and many more. All these activities are available upon request an added payment.
Beginner lessons take place in waist deep water so don’t worry if you aren’t confident in the water. Rougey Lodge Surf School is approved by the Irish Surfing Association. All lessons are fully insured and all instructors are qualified beach lifeguards. There are loads of different board you can try out. So, if you are thinking of buying a board it is an ideal way to try before you buy. However, if you have your own board, it is okay to use it on the lessons.
Bundoran is situated on the south shore of Donegal Bay. The town is widely regarded as the surf capital of Ireland. It has become famous all over the world for the quality of its waves and has hosted a number of international surfing competitions. The town offers many quality reef breaks for more experienced surfers, as well as a number of good beach breaks that are ideally suited to novice and intermediate surfers. The area around Bundoran has many natural and built features to keep you occupied during flat spells. There are great rivers and lakes for fishing, as well as hills for walking and exploring. The built heritage of the area is also outstanding, with archaeology, castles, abbeys, and national parks to explore.
Rougey Lodge is situated in Bundoran County Donegal, right along the Wild Atlantic Way. It is located on the main street (East End) of the town, close to all amenities. The supermarket is right next door with only one-minute of walking. ATM and off license sales are also included and their opening hours from 08:00 to 22:00. The lodge is a walking distance to all beaches in Bundoran! The sister company Bundoran Surf Co. is also a one-minute walk, so you can get any equipment needed for the beach!
The area around Bundoran has many natural and built features to keep you occupied during flat spells. There are great rivers and lakes for fishing, as well as hills for walking and exploring. The built heritage of the area is also outstanding, with archaeology, castles, abbeys, and national parks to explore. During your stay in Ireland, enhance your holiday experience with the following activities and attractions.
Bundoran is a two and a half hour drive from Belfast. Take the M1 from the city and then the A4 to Enniskillen and on to Bundoran. You can also go via Omagh on the A5 and on to Kesh (A32), Belleek and Bundoran.
Bundoran is a three-hour drive from Dublin. If you are driving from Dublin take the N4 to Sligo, and then on to Bundoran, via the N15 from Sligo. You can also take the N3 from Dublin to Cavan and then on to Enniskillen and Bundoran. You can take the N3 or N4 exits from the M50 (Dublin’s main ring road).
Sligo is just 25 miles away. Driving from Sligo to Bundoran takes about 30 minutes via the N15. It is a good road but can be busy.
Please book your flight to arrive at Belfast International Airport (BFS) for international destinations and Belfast City Airport (BHD) for destinations within Ireland. Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request.
If you're from Dublin, you can take Rougey Return Bus Service. It is a running return bus transfers from Dublin every weekend. The bus leaves Dublin city center every Friday evening at 18:00 and departs Bundoran every Sunday at 15:00. Buses run regularly from Dublin to Ballyshannon (Donegal service), which is just four miles from Bundoran, with bus connections. You can get the Ballyshannon bus from Dublin Airport or from the city center bus terminal (Bus Aras).
If you're from Sligo, you can get on the Galway to Derry express, which passes through Bundoran. Get off at the East End stop (ask the driver) and we are beside the stop and if you're from Belfast, there are buses from Belfast to Bundoran, via Enniskillen. Buses from Northern Ireland are with Ulsterbus.