Mountcharles 3 miles.
Situated in the townland of Ballybrollaghan, near Donegal town and only a short drive from the village of Mountcharles, is this quaint semi-detached cottage.
This cosy and romantic cottage near Mountcharles has been lovingly furnished throughout and is the perfect place to escape with your loved ones.
Boasting two comfortable bedrooms, this Mountcharles cottage is also ideal for friends wishing to explore and discover this stunning county.
The open plan area may be small but boasts a fitted kitchen and sitting area by a woodburning stove, which adds real warmth and charm to this Donegal cottage.
A few steps down from the kitchen is the conservatory, where you will find a dining area which looks out onto the rear garden.
Through the French doors of your Mountcharles cottage you will discover a delightful decked area with furniture, and a lawned area boasting views of the neighbouring fields and the sound of the countryside.
Mountcharles is located just off the main road from Donegal to Killybegs, Ireland’s busiest fishing port.
The village is home to two shops and three friendly pubs, where you will be greeted with the warmest of welcomes by the locals.
The town of Donegal is a hub of activity, culture and tradition with many cafes, galleries and eateries to tempt you and a plethora of outdoor attractions such as golf courses, Lough Eske Lake, fishing, endless sandy beaches, watersports and horse riding to name a few.
Further afield you can enjoy the surf at Bundoran, scenery and culture in Sligo, or hop on the Wild Atlantic Way and discover the stunning coastlines of the North West.
A wonderful Donegal cottage, the perfect location for your North West adventures!
About the location
MOUNTCHARLES, COUNTY DONEGAL
Donegal 6 miles; Letterkenny 37 miles; Aran Island 40 miles.
The pretty village of Mountcharles in County Donegal stands in an elevated position, overlooking Donegal Bay. An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Donegal Bay is home to beautiful scenery and wonderful events, and with views of the majestic Bluestack Mountains, it is the perfect location for enjoying walks and a spot of birdwatching. With great surfing in the bay, and sea angling on offer, as well as historic Donegal Castle to visit, there is no shortage of things to do. Close by, Rossnowlagh, 'The Heavenly Cove', is known as the most scenic and dramatic beach in the North West, and boasts fantastic water sports, and breathtaking views of the rugged coastline and Donegal Bay. Within travelling distance is Donegal's largest town, Letterkenny, while Aran Island lies further afield but is well worth the trip. With so much to see and do, the village of Mountcharles is a great base for touring and exploring the area.