Ardara 3.3 miles.
Perched on the hillside and boasting excellent views of the Glengesh Pass near the County Donegal town of Ardara, is this delightful detached farmhouse-style cottage.
This cottage near Ardara has been lovingly decorated and furnished to a high standard throughout to provide quality accommodation for groups of friends and families wishing to explore the beautiful south west region of Donegal and all it has to offer.
Step through the feature stable door of this Ardara cottage, exuding charm and character throughout, and boasting four spacious bedrooms, two of which have the added luxury of en-suite shower rooms.
After a long day walking or cycling you can soothe any aching bones in the superb freestanding bath, or curl up by a roaring fire with your favourite book.
The stylish kitchen comes well equipped and delicious meals can be enjoyed in the dining room, which opens out to the front patio where you can admire the views or dine alfresco if you wish!
Outside, the charm continues with two furnished patios, a barbecue area, and far stretching views of the Glen.
At the rear of this Ardara cottage is a small man made pathway that leads over a stream and up to the top of the hill where you can enjoy the best view of all.
The charming town of Ardara is bursting with personality and has many craft shops and pubs for you to sample.
Why not try your first pint of Guinness alongside a slice of traditional music, or take a stroll along the river?
There are many popular attractions nearby including the Blue Flag beach at Narin, Maghera waterfall and further afield you can spend a day at the Slieve League Cliffs, Europe’s highest sea cliffs!
No matter what age, there is something for everyone at this delightful Ardara cottage.
Note: This cottage is 250 yards from Ref. 915305, together they sleep 14.
About the location
ARDARA, COUNTY DONEGAL
Donegal Town 17 miles; Derry Airport 54 miles.
Ardara, nominated by The Irish Times as one of the 'best villages to live in' in 2012, is one of the most attractive towns in Donegal, set in a wide valley where the Owentocher River enters Loughros More Bay. Visitors can enjoy the many craft and gift shops, together with the traditional Irish pubs. There are many brown trout lakes in the area for budding fisherman, or why not discover the nearby caves and falls of Maghera? Enjoy walking the magnificent Glengesh Pass, with spectacular views over the Atlantic from Loughros Point. Every March, the village hosts a successful walking festival with walkers coming from all over the world, while May boasts the annual “Cup of Tae” traditional music festival. Donegal town, 17 miles away, is situated at the mouth of Donegal Bay, on the River Eske, and is overshadowed by the Bluestack Mountains, which provide a great base for hill walking. With Donegal Castle, and the remains of a Franciscan Abbey which dates back to the 15th century, there is plenty of Irish history to absorb. There is a horse riding centre just one mile away, great golfing opportunities nearby, with a magnificent links course open for players of all abilities just seven miles away, and five miles away is Killybegs Sea Angling, where a competition is held on the first Saturday in May and September each year, along with the Killybegs International Sea Angling Festival, which is a two day event on the second weekend in July. Also 20 miles away is the wonderful Slieve League mountain, which has a height of 601 metres (1972 feet) and is situated on the Atlantic coast of County Donegal. With its sandy beaches offering good surfing conditions, restaurants, shops and pubs, this is the perfect base for an Irish break.