Fahan 2 miles.
A fantastic detached farmhouse located on the outskirts of Fahan, overlooking the Lough Swilly (where John Newton famously wrote Amazing Grace) in County Donegal.
Well-furnished throughout, with stunning views, this cottage is an excellent base for a group of family and friends to get together and explore the north west of Ireland.
With two cosy bedrooms upstairs, the ground floor is home to a well-equipped kitchen and dining area giving it a more communal feel by keeping everyone together, while a tasty meal is being rustled up.
Once everyone has had their fill, make your way into the sitting room which has comfortable furniture and a solid fuel stove, perfect for taking it easy while you warm your toes after an action packed day of being out and about.
With the sun shining, why not take yourself out the front of the cottage and relax with a well-earned drink sitting out and enjoying the view as the day draws to an end?
You don’t have far to go to find yourself in the nearby town of Fahan which will tend to your basic needs, and while you’re there, find a pub and mingle with the locals.
Travel a little further afield and visit the likes of Buncrana and practice your swing at the local golf course.
Alternatively, take a stroll along the sandy beach stretching for three to four miles if the tides allow it.
The Inishowen Peninsula is home to spectacular views and a range of charming seaside towns and villages each with plenty of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants for you to sample and review.
An excellent property with stunning views, to be booked at once!
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with solid fuel stove.
About the location
FAHAN, COUNTY DONEGAL
Buncrana 3 miles.
Fahan, named after its patron saint, Saint Mura (whose famous cross slab is in the village graveyard) is a small willage on the Inishowen Peninsula, in County Donegal, located about 5 miles from Buncrana on the Wild Atlantic Way. Renowned for its sandy beaches, history, heritage and unspoilt scenery, it is one of Ireland’s most beautiful coastal destinations. The fantastic beaches scattered along the coastline are big attractions for families and they also cater for watersports enthusiasts with many water-based sports on offer. If you fancy exploring further afield, make the trip to the Doagh Visitor Centre where you can dive into traditional living and explore some of Ireland’s earliest dwellings, including sod and turf houses, and even sample some of the local food and herbal remedies from ancient times! Alternatively, travel to Glenveagh National Park where you'll be met with 16,000 acres of stunning scenery, great walking opportunities and a castle to visit or make a trip to Malin Head which is Ireland's most northerly point. For the shopping enthusiast the city of Londonderry has a rich passion for the Arts and is renowned for its vibrant, artistic heritage. There are many shops, art studios and craft workshops where you can pick up a piece of local design and craftsmanship as a reminder of your Irish holiday.