Ballybofey 5 miles.
Set in a peaceful rural location just 5 miles from the twin towns of Ballybofey and Stranorlar is this spacious holiday cottage.
Well- presented and stylishly furnished, this Ballybofey cottage boasts an open plan kitchen and living area, great for extended families or groups of friends to socialise together, and with five comfortable bedrooms, this wonderful property is perfect for such groups.
Extensive lawned gardens surround this Ballybofey cottage, perfect for young children or pets to play in, while the property is bounded by moorland and woods which are home to a wide variety of wildlife.
Enjoy your breakfast on the picnic table, taking in fantastic views of the rolling hills of Donegal, before enjoying the many activities the local area has to offer.
Hikers will love walking the Bluestack Mountains while fishermen have the choice of the trout and salmon in the River Finn, or the nearby Cloghan Lodge Fishery, with permits and fishing rods obtainable from the cottage owner (subject to availability).
Try horse riding at the nearby equestrian centre or work on your game at the Stranorlar and Ballybofey Golf Club.
Spend a day at Glenveagh National Park, where the eagles soar, or indulge in a day's shopping in lively Letterkenny.
Whether you are looking for an active holiday or somewhere to relax and get away from it all, this delightful Ballybofey cottage will not be found wanting!
Mostly ground floor. Five bedrooms: 2 x first floor double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC and an additional seating area), 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks. First floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area (seats 6) and sitting area (seats 5) with open fire. Utility.
About the location
BALLYBOFEY, COUNTY DONEGAL
Donegal Town 16 miles; Letterkenny 18 miles.
Located through Barnesmore Gap in the heart of County Donegal and resting on the banks of the River Finn, Ballybofey is often mentioned in the same breath as its ‘twin town,’ Stranorlar, with the two towns separated by a small bridge across the River Finn. The river is noted for its quality trout and salmon fishing with a number of other fisheries dotting the area. The town has much to offer with a good selection of shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs, a theatre, an 18-hole golf course and regular traditional music and other nightlife in the evenings. Walkers will enjoy exploring the local woodlands or the shore walk around Lough Trusk, while the 47km-long Bluestack Way, which meanders through the mountains of the same name, is also accessible.