Derry 20 miles.
An elegant and traditional refurbished two-floor and two-bedroom apartment located in the middle of the scenic seaside town of Moville.
Take a short stroll to view the breath-taking Irish coastline.
This property is the perfect romantic break for couples.
Similarly close to the Irish coast as to the nearby villages of Greencastle and Shrove, this cosy apartment offers an ideal base for your adventures with open-plan living.
The large open-plan kitchen and dining room play host to a contemporary well-equipped kitchen with plenty of prep space to whip up those all-important homemade meals.
The comforting space also includes a four-seater dining table, three-seater sofa and arm chair, plus a woodburner to keep you toasty.
Two beautiful double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms.
Mismatched houses in pastel shades, traditional Irish architecture and a whole host of activities – from thrill-seeking sea kayaking to classical church tours – await keen explorers.
Those looking to shop are well catered for too, while foodies can indulge at the local organic farmer's shop or local pub, there’s plenty to choose from!
Take a stroll or bike ride around the surrounding area, following the coast south to enjoy dramatic views out over the Louch Foyle and North Atlantic Ocean.
Fellow seaside towns of Greencastle and Redcastle are within easy cycling or driving reach.
Positioned in rural County Donegal, Moville Backstreet is a great holiday located for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and explore the north coast of Ireland.
About the location
MOVILLE, COUNTY DONEGAL
Greencastle 2.4 miles; Derry 20 miles.
This charming coastal town is the first on the Wild Atlantic Way and is set on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal. There are beautiful views out across shores of Lough Foyle to Norther Ireland which can be enjoyed from the village green which offers walking trails along the coast, a playground and bandstands in the Victorian style. Moville has many sailing events throughout the year and you can always have a go at one of the many watersports on offer, including kayaking and canoeing. Visit the Cooley Cross and Skull House to see the town’s history and two miles from here is the Cooley Equestrian Centre where horseriding lessons are available. Greencastle is great for fishing, while Greencastle Golf Club is just 1 mile away and offers 18 holes surrounded by beautiful scenery. Dine out in style in Greencastle, at the award-winning Kealy’s Seafood Bar and enjoy a pint in one of the local pubs. There are lots of areas around Lough Foyle to explore, and there’s even the famous lighthouse at Inishowen Head to enjoy.