A fantastic holiday cottage on the outskirts of the coastal town Falcarragh, in northwest County Donegal.
Well-finished and excellently located, this charming cottage makes an excellent starting point for those looking to discover this wonderful region.
With split-level, bright and modern accommodation, the three comfortable bedrooms and the well-equipped kitchen/diner are all on the upper floor as you enter.
Then after a tasty meal, make your way down a few steps into the sitting room to relax beside the cosy fire and talk over tomorrow’s plans.
When the sun is shining, settle in the cosy conservatory with a good book, or why not step out to the garden where the little ones can play on the lawn whilst the adults can relax on the patio with a refreshing drink?
Immerse yourself in the true Irish culture of the region in Falcarragh, with the town centre just a stroll away; visit the shops and sample a Guinness in one of the pubs which are often alive with local, live music.
Take a ferry to Tory Island and Inisboffin with walking, cycling and even scuba diving opportunities!
Check out the beaches in the area, great for a stroll along the sand, or try your hand at surfing the cool Atlantic waves.
Explore the historic houses, castles and tombs dotted around Donegal, visit Glenveagh National Park and take a drive along the world famous Wild Atlantic Way, there is so much waiting to be discovered nearby.
A wonderful property and a great base for memory-making in this superb part of the Emerald Isle.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x single. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen and dining area. Utility. Sitting room with open fire. Sun room.
About the location
FALCARRAGH, COUNTY DONEGAL
Dunfanaghy 7 miles, Letterkenny 27 miles.
The lively town of Falcarragh is situated on a narrow inlet of the beautiful Ballyness Bay. The town is also known as Na Crois Bhealaí, or The Crossroads, and is located in the largest Gealtacht area in County Donegal. There are a variety of amenities including traditional pubs and bars that regularly showcase vibrant Irish music, where a warm Irish welcome is guaranteed. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, sights stretch towards the Derryveagh Mountains from the town, as well as the beautiful islands of Tory and Inishbofin. The Glenveagh National Park is nearby with yet more stunning views, offering wonderful walking opportunities. There are also many unspoilt beaches in the locality, as well as fantastic opportunities for cyclists, golfers and fishermen.