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Raphoe Etymology - Where Does the Name Raphoe Come From? 

Raphoe is historically called Raffoe. It comes from the Irish “Ráth Bhoth”, with “Ráth” meaning “fort” and “bhoth” meaning “hut”, referring to huts surrounded by a fortified mound. Combined, the meaning of Ráth Bhoth is ‘Ringfort of the Huts’. 

Raphoe Location

Raphoe is a bit far from Dublin, as it is a two hours and 38 minutes drive. Buses are also available; however, some people prefer taxis or paid rides more than buses as buses take more than four hours to reach Dublin. If you don’t have a car, we recommend taxis or paid rates as well. 

Perfect Place for Student Accommodation in Raphoe 

Raphoe is the smallest cathedral city in Europe, but that doesn’t exclude it from being just the perfect place for student accommodation. You will be surprised at how many things you could do there, how many places you could explore and how many attractions you could visit. You may be hesitant now but when you finish your trip to Raphoe, you’ll definitely revisit and even recommend it to some people. Lots of events are happening there every second and it suits all tastes, so you don’t have to worry when booking your student accommodation in Raphoe. 

Raphoe Climate

Weather and Temperature

In Raphoe, the summers are cool, you can enjoy a walk in the breeze or maybe even take a trip inside Raphoe and discover new places. The winters are very cold, wet and long. If you enjoy the cold weather, you’ll love it. Over the year, winds are strong and rain doesn’t have any desire to stop. 

What to Pack and Raphoe Local Timing

Cold long winter equals warm heavy clothing. And rainy weather all year long obviously requires an umbrella. If you want to go that extra mile, grab some waterproofs and rain boots. You probably won’t need shirts this much, but you can grab one or two just in case. The local timing is GMT+1, keep it in mind when booking your travels and student accommodation in Raphoe. 

Is Raphoe Rural or Urban? 

Raphoe is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. It is the main town in the fertile district of East Donegal. Raphoe’s population is unbelievably small as its population is around 1,157 people. Some festivals have a number of people bigger than that. That fact probably assures you that Raphoe is 100% quiet. 

What are Some Must-Visit Places in Raphoe? 

  1. Raphoe Castle 

  2. Saint Eunan's Catholic Church

  3. Oakfield Park.

Where to eat in Raphoe

If you are looking for some restaurants or cafes or pubs, The Diamond street got your back. With hundreds of options, your only worry would be what to choose! Friel Restaurant is the best option out there with lovely set meals, but if you feel super hungry and one meal is just not enough, then Banaras Strabane is the place for you, with an all-you-can-eat option.

Transportation In Raphoe 

Raphoe is very small, to the point where you will prefer to go everywhere on foot just to save transportation money. However, buses and taxis are available 24/7, if you don’t like the walking option.

Other Student Accommodation In Ireland

Besides having facilities for student accommodation in Raphoe, Casita offers student accommodation in these cities in Ireland: 

Blackrock, Carrick-on-Shannon, Cork, Drogheda, Dublin, Dún Laoghaire, Gaillimh, Galway, Swords