Situated on the edge of the town of Falcarragh, on the north coast of Donegal, is this homely, detached cottage.
This Donegal cottage has been sympathetically decorated to provide comfort and retro-style accommodation for couples and friends wishing to explore this stunning corner of Donegal.
Situated within walking distance of the town centre, this cottage in Falcarragh has two cosy bedrooms, where a good nights rest is guaranteed after a jam packed day exploring the coastline.
The spacious kitchen and dining area allows you to cook up delicious meals which you can enjoy together and then you can retire to the sitting room, kick back and unwind in front of a roaring fire.
Outside this charming Falcarragh cottage, you will find a manicured garden and on a clear day you can see the ocean on the far side of the hill.
The town of Falcarragh lies in the largest Irish speaking area in Donegal and you will find most locals speak this tongue as their first language, adding to the charm of this community.
Falcarragh lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the Derryveagh Mountains as a backdrop, Tory Island and Inisboffin off the coast, and unspoilt sandy beaches at Drumnatinney, Ballyness Bay and Magheroarty.
Falcarragh is home to a lovely selection of shops and pubs which showcase live traditional music on a regular basis, the perfect way to spend an evening socialising with the locals.
The north west of Donegal is rich in heritage and history with a plethora of castles, tombs and houses to visit.
The Tsean Bheairic Visitors Centre provides tourists with a wealth of information on guided tours and attractions nearby.
A wonderful coastal cottage and a superb touring base for discovering this unspoilt region.
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.