Cnoc Unna Apartments
These two first floor apartments are set in the centre of Carrick next to the owner’s bed and breakfast. With great amenities within walking distance these apartments are a pleasant base in a fantastic location. Accessed up a shared stairway, with alternative external access from the car park, the accommodation is ideal for a group of friends or a family who are looking to explore County Donegal. Each apartment has two family rooms with a double and a single bed to provide flexible sleeping arrangements and there is an open plan living area. Here there is a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Set just a six minute drive from the Slieve League cliffs, Europe’s highest seacliffs, there is some stunning scenery on offer along the Wild Atlantic Way. There are fantastic fishing opportunities available nearby and walkers will be in their element. Visit the historic and picturesque village of Glencolmcille just a short drive away which is a place of fantastic natural beauty.
Set on the first floor is this lovely apartment with two family bedrooms.
The main living space is open plan and includes a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area.
Completing the accommodation is a shower room.
There is a shop and pub available within walking distance and the Slieve League cliffs are very close by.
Note: This property is opposite Ref 953248, together they sleep 12.
All first floor. Two family bedrooms with 1 double and 1 single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
CARRICK, COUNTY DONEGAL
Teelin 2 miles; Killybegs 10 miles.
Carrick is often referred to as the gateway village to the majestic Slieve League cliffs, is situated in South West Donegal. This small vibrant village is popular with international visitors throughout the year. Carrick has a rich culture, and its residents pride themselves on the stunning scenery and landscapes in the locality. The village is the perfect base for hill walkers and hikers of all ages and abilities. A short drive takes you to the cliffs at Slieve League which at 601m high are one of the highest marine cliffs in Europe with truly breathtaking views from the summit. Just a short drive away is the village of Teelin, once Ireland’s main fishing port, but now that title has been awarded to the town of Killybegs just a little further afield. Here you will find some of Donegal’s best seafood, which should only be washed down with a pint of Guinness! Carrick is the perfect base for touring this county with the historic village of Glencolumbkille only a 10 minute drive away and a little further takes you to Adara. Carrick also has many beaches within close proximity, as well as the beautiful Glen River which offers fishing and waterfalls. The unusual coastline, formed by round white stones at the coast of Port, is a beautiful attraction, and you can also climb the 152 steps to the Silver Strand at Malin Beag.