This charming homestead cottage rests all on the ground floor, looking beautifully out towards the Atlantic Ocean in the distance, in the County Donegal village Gortahork.
Benefiting from charming features and with outdoor opportunities aplenty in the immediate area, use this as the welcoming bolt hole for that long-awaited couple's getaway.
Admire the surrounding scenery one last time before entering this home-away-from-home.
Step left into the inviting sitting room, enhanced brightly by the high ceiling and Velux window, while also boasting a touch of cosy warmth via the fabulous wooburning stove - a superb spot to put your feet up after an exhausting day of exploring this fine region.
This welcoming layout leads you into the peaceful double bedroom; the soothing neutral layout ensures a restful night's sleep.
Close by; find an attractively presented shower room as well as a quirky and charm-filled kitchen/diner.
This country cottage-style setup is lined with whitewashed stone walls, graced with a flourish of characterful wooden features and hosts a lovely wooden dining table to enjoy your meals from.
Revel in this jaw-dropping setting by taking a seat on the peaceful garden; it makes for a superb spot to enjoy a refreshing drink and simply taking it all in.
The coastal village of Gortahork is an excellent base from which to explore the outdoor opportunities of the area, there are many scenic cycling and walking paths to enjoy, as well as the Glenveagh National Park within reach.
Sunny days can be spent on one of a number of glorious beaches nearby.
An alluring base from which to relax for a while, or to explore the rural delights of County Donegal.
About the location
GORTAHORK, COUNTY DONEGAL
Glenveagh National Park 11.5 miles; Dungloe 18 miles; Letterkenny 27 miles.
The village of Gortahork is situated on the north western tip of the County Donegal coast, and is an increasingly popular location for surfing and walking. There are several beautiful beaches around the area, and the village is home to the Samhain International Poetry Festival each year. From Gortahork, Glenveagh National Park is easily accessible for a great day out, and with 16,000 acres, it is a walker's paradise. The renowned artist Derek Hill bequeathed his house and gallery near Glenveagh along with his art collection to the nation in 1980, attached is Glebe Gallery and tea rooms which hosts many exhibitions. For a day's relaxation head to nearby Bunbeag which has a swimming pool and a spa area or An Chuirt Hotel which lies at the foot of the Errigal Mountain and has its own health club and spa. Island-hopping is fun for all the family, and from Gortahork, you can charter a boat and visit Arranmore, Cruit Island and Owey Island. Cruit Island is joined to the mainland by a bridge, so is easily reached by car, but chartering a boat is much more exciting! Nearby, the town of Dungloe plays host to the annual ‘Mary From Dungloe’ festival, and is renowned for its fantastic fishing. This is a great location, and an ideal base for touring the area.