Malin Head 2 miles.
The cottage is set directly on the coast overlooking the small harbour of Portronan and faces south west over the Atlantic which guarantees spectacular sunsets.
The area has rocky headlands, sea cliffs, sheltered coves and fabulous sandy beaches, the best of these are Five Finger Strand, Culdaff Beach and Pollin Beach at Ballyliffin.
A warm welcome greets you when you walk into this bright and airy cottage.
There is an open plan living room with a well-equipped kitchen, dining and seating areas.
If the weather permits, dining alfresco is also a possibility.
The micro climate of Malin Head makes it one of the sunniest parts of Ireland but there are also wild and wonderful winters to be enjoyed.
Watching and listening to the raging dark ocean on a winter's evening in front of the fire is quite magical.
There are four comfortable bedrooms to choose from, including two doubles on the ground floor, one with an en-suite and a separate bathroom.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a shower room.
There are four beaches within easy reach, Five Finger Strand, Culdaff Beach, Doagh Island and Pollin Beach.
Culdaff is the safest for bathing but all offer delightful walking opportunities.
The cottage is well placed to see the ever changing Donegal land and seascapes.
Dolphins often play just off the coast and the Aurora Borealis can be visible here.
Glasheedy Cottage is the perfect base for a restful or active holiday; beautiful walks, cycle routes, terrific golf, sea swimming, lively bars and fresh fish, this property has it all!
Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x twin, 1 x family room with 1 double and 2 singles. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire. Utility.
About the location
MALIN HEAD, COUNTY DONEGAL
Carndonagh 8 miles; Culdaff 10 miles; Ballyliffin 14 miles; Derry 33 miles.
Malin Head on the Inishowen Peninsula is famous for being the most northerly point in Ireland. It is home to some of Ireland’s most beautiful rugged coastline and stunning sandy beaches, which together provide ample fishing opportunities and a haven for birdwatchers, artists, photographers, walkers and golfers. The picturesque area has even been taken advantage of and used as one of the filming locations for Star Wars. Take a walk up to Banba's Crown, the most northerly headland in Ireland, and take in the spectacular scenery and stunning views, which on a clear day, stretch for miles around. A walk around Malin Head is just over five miles and takes a little over two hours so why not stop off for a refreshing drink at Ireland’s most northerly pub and enjoy the views? Only a short drive away lies Balyliffin with a beautiful beach and two world-class championship links golf courses, while Inishowen has five golf courses set amongst stunning scenery. The Famine Village on Doagh Island near Ballyliffin is open all summer and attracts thousands of visitors. A day trip for all the family to enjoy is the traditional walled city of Derry; discover a part of Ireland's history and heritage in St. Columb's Cathedral, tour the walls and enjoy the Tower Museum. With all of this plus pubs, restaurants and shops to enjoy, there will be something to keep everybody occupied.