Muff 3.2 miles.
A great detached holiday cottage just outside the village of Muff, next to Lough Foyle in County Donegal.
Bright, comfortable, and an excellent touring base, this delightful cottage makes an excellent starting point for those wishing to explore the north west of the Emerald Isle.
All set on the ground floor, there are three comfortable and cosy bedrooms for you to retreat to after a day packed full of sightseeing.
Rustle up a hearty breakfast and a few packed lunches in the well-equipped kitchen before setting out for the day.
On your return, sit down in the dining room together, which has a view of the water, and enjoy your evening meal.
The living room has an open fire, perfect for snuggling up in front of should you take the notion to just sit back, relax and take it easy.
With the summer sun shining, why not head out to the garden and soak up the rays while reading your new favourite book and sipping on a cool drink, as the young ones run around burning their endless supply of energy?
Muff is only a short drive away and will tend to all of your basic needs.
Alternatively, head in the other direction and visit the quiet village of Quigley’s Point.
Travel a bit further afield and discover the towns of Letterkenny, Buncrana, and Donegal or head into Northern Ireland and visit Derry/Londonderry, the famous Giant’s Causeway and, if you’re feeling brave enough, walk across the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge.
A fantastic holiday cottage for all the family to enjoy!
About the location
MUFF, COUNTY DONEGAL
Culmore 1.4 miles; Derry 5 miles; Burnfoot 5.6 miles;
The fishing village of Muff in Donegal is situated on the banks of Lough Foyle in Donegal, just a stone's throw from the border of Northern Ireland and twenty minutes from Derry Airport. The village of Muff is home to a selection of shops and pubs and is the ‘gateway’ to the Inishowen Peninsula, the largest of all the peninsulas on the island of Ireland. The village hosts the annual Muff Festival each summer and offers visitors a superb base for touring North Donegal. Attractions include Glenevin Waterfall, Ballyliffin Golf Course, Lough Swilly, Lagg sand dunes, Shroove Lighthouse and of course, Malin Head where you can stand at Ireland's most northerly point and where the breathtaking Wild Atlantic Way begins. The historic walled City of Derry is also certainly worth a visit whilst staying in Muff.