This beautifully presented holiday home is perched on the waters edge, overlooking Donegal Bay at Bundoran Co Donegal.
With gardens running to the shoreline, its address at Crest of the Wave tells its own story.
Boasting spacious interiors with three bedrooms, a bright airy kitchen-cum-dining room with all amenities and a comfortable sitting room, this south Donegal haven will leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
Drop the luggage, kick off the shoes, run to the shoreline and feel the wild Atlantic breeze on your face.
Outside the bungalow, the terrain is truly of south west Donegal, golden beaches, sea breezes, mountain views, unspoilt lakes and rivers.
The town of Bundoran is a short distance away and boasts all the amenities needed for a bustling seaside resort, surfing, fishing, coastal clifftop walks, golf, restaurants, sandy beaches and much more.
Travel a short distance south to beaches at Mullaghmore, Streedagh, and Strandhill and Rosses Point in neighbouring Co Sligo.
Spend a day in Sligo town, home to the famous poet W B Yeats and brimming with attractions such as seaweed baths, galleries, boat trips on Lough Gill, shops and restaurants and much more.
Visit south west Donegal travelling through the coastal towns and villages of Killybegs, Carrick and Glencolumcille and marvel at the majestic sea cliffs of Slieve League.
Travel to the county town of Donegal, a bustling tourist location and on to the town of Ardara, famous for its traditional knitwear and other handcrafts.
Return to Seaview in the evenings, feeling refreshed and plan the next days endeavours.
You won't wish this adventure to end.
About the location
BUNDORAN, COUNTY DONEGAL
Ballyshannon 4 miles.
The coastal town of Bundoran, meaning ‘the foot of the little water’ is situated in County Donegal and is one of Ireland’s most popular resorts. Bundoran will suit all tastes, where a fun day out can be spent at the Bundoran Adventure Park, or on rainy days at Waterworld. Stunning cliff-top walks around the town are a must, plus the area is a golfer's haven, with many golf courses in the area, including one in Bundoran itself. Close by is Ballyshannon, the oldest town in Ireland, which boasts a folk festival every August and offers shops selling local crafts, pubs, restaurants, a leisure centre and a beach. The beautiful Rosses Point is a short drive away, plus Benbulben, part of the Dartry Mountains, and the whole of Donegal are within driving distance. An excellent area which you are bound to visit time and time again.