- Off road parking
- Garden / Patio
- Washing machine
Reviews & Ratings
17 Customer Reviews
"The property is in a beautiful location but sadly is getting a bit tired."
There is damp and mould on the wall downstairs. When we stripped the bed before leaving it was then we discovered that the pillows and mattress are quite stained. There was only one cereal bowl so had to take it in turns. That said it was reasonably clean. There was heating and after a few days the smell of damp subdued. Easy to find, easy parking and doors drive to Killibegs.
"Mr. Ward answered my questions immediately which was lovely."
It meet our needs and if were every back in the area we would stay there again. Was a great place to relax with a million dollar view. Needs just a little TLC. Jim and JoAnn - Phoenix, Az. USA
"Idealic and incredible value for money, views were incredible and the perfect get away!"
"The Apartment was great."
All the cooking Facilities are there. Comfortable bed upstairs with adjoining toilet but if you are 6ft tall (not me) the ceiling in low. Downstairs showeroom is great but the apt could do with a refurb. All very clean and tidy and would stay there again. Def no phone signal or wifi which would be a plus if could be sorted on the rainy days. But i really enjoyed my time there and the people who live round there are very friendly. Great for long walks and so many great places to visit within 20miles of the apt.
"The house is in a lovely location with views of the sea and the beautiful Donegal countyside."
There are some lovely walks nearby and easy access to a beach safe for swimming. It is very comfortable, clean and well equipped, with everything you need to self-cater. There is a double bed and single bed so would be suitable for 3 to stay comfortably. We enjoyed staying here very much in this peaceful place.
"The house could be best described as inverted TARDIS - Cleaner from the outside!"
Especially the bathroom was in a dreadful state: The tiling was so badly made and holey, that an invasion of centipedes came out of the gaps ervery night. Theres was a constant smell of mold and black stains everywhere. Also the shower door hinges were broken. Furthermore the mattresses were very saggy and the sofa stained and dirty. We tried to clean as much as possible by ourselves, but it remained disgusting. Sorry to say that, but it was a very disapointing experience.
"We asked the owner for a bread knife, cheese grater, and potato peeler and these were duely provided - we felt they should have been provided in the first case."
Fantastic location and we enjoyed the music festival going on in Kilcar in the first week of August- most events were free. Irish language is still very strong in this area. We had to wait 5 days before the top of Slieve League was free of cloud and it was safe to go up the Pilgrim Path. Lower view point is accessible in all weathers.
"The equipment was very poorly"
"I did not know this part of Ireland before."
This property is a great place to get to know this part of Ireland, get to know nature and enjoy a good holiday. We also visited Kilcar and Kilybegs to run along the local roads. The stay was very successful. The host of the facility very nice. We will definitely visit this area.
"This is just the best place I ever was in Ireland."
The owner was very very nice and friendly. The place was clean and there was everything you need to feel home. An Nead is placed in a location that seem to be paradise. :)
"Very nice cottage beautiful view"
"Brilliant location and good amenities in the cottage."
Directions could be improved as quite hard to follow. No welcome whatsoever. Key was under the mat but no instructions about anything in the house. Would have been useful to know what to do re waste disposal, some contact numbers, etc. Lots of random leaflets left by previous occupants. Would have been nice to have had milk in the fridge or at least directions to the nearest shop. There was a lot of random food left in the cupboard- in opened packets and some past the sell by date. Also the shower door and cooker hood were broken . Eventually we found three towels in cupboard under the stairs - one had definitely seen better days! It is hardly a romantic retreat! There are two single beds which need new mattresses and a settee facing the washing machine from which it is very difficult to view the television. It was much smaller than I had imagined considering the price we paid. It is in an ideal spot but with a bit of attention to detail could be so much better. I am surprised that Sykes didn't have a welcome pack as standard. Attention to the outside area would also improve its appeal.
"We have booked two cottages with you, An Nead not great, damp, blocked drains, which we cleared, untidy outside, shower grimey, cleaned by us , it was functional, but I left a list of things in the guest book, that would improve visitors stays, but for minimal outlay."
It lacked, attention to detail. Previous guests had also made comments. We are on Spiddal Cottage this week, amazing as usual.
"Fantastic views from the property."
"Charming little cottage."
Perfectly suited for a couple. The location and the view is wonderful. Prefect starting point to explore this part of Donegal. The owner is friendly and attentioned. Look to come back some day.
"Everything was made to spend good holidays."
Dish washer, washing machine, dryer, so that you do not have to think about the housework ! The whole house was very clean. And of course having breakfast looking at the ocean was unforgettable !
- One double bedroom with basin and WC
- Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC
- Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
- Electric central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge (no ice box), washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 1 car
- Shared outdoor patio area with sea views
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 2 miles
- Two beaches 15 mins walk
- Note: Driveway shared with cottage next door
Kilcar 2 miles.
A cosy detached apartment boasting magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean near the village of Kilcar, in County Donegal.
Located on the stunning Muckros Peninsula, this Kilcar apartment comprises of homely open plan accommodation, perfect for couples looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy time together in spectacular surroundings.
Featuring one double bedroom with a cloakroom, this Kilcar apartment makes a wonderful romantic retreat so you can cuddle up to a loved one on the sofa whilst soaking up the far reaching views across the bay towards County Sligo.
Situated in a peaceful location, guests can enjoy a lazy stroll to two golden beaches whilst taking in the invigorating sea air.
The village of Kilcar lies just two miles from your holiday cottage and hosts a variety of shops and pubs including a shop selling local handwoven tweed products and seaweed-based cosmetics.
The town of Killybegs is a short drive away and is renowned as Ireland's principle fishing port, so why not visit one of the many local restaurants to sample the catch of the day?
The imposing Slieve League cliffs are a few minutes' drive from this Kilcar cottage and proudly hold the tag of the highest sea cliffs in Ireland.
Also close by are the towns of Donegal, Bundoran as well as Glenveagh National Park, making this Kilcar cottage a superb location for your Irish self-catering holiday.
Note: The property is next to Ref. 20729, together they sleep 14.
About the location
KILCAR, COUNTY DONEGAL
Killybegs 6 miles.
The village of Kilcar sits at one of the most westerly points of County Donegal. It is a peaceful village that comes to life in the evening with traditional music being a regular feature in many of the local taverns, and "Ceol na gConallach - The Donegal Sessions" running every Saturday night through the summer months in the local theatre. The village sits in an area of stunning natural beauty with spectacular views of Slieve League Cliffs and Muckross Head, and there are several fabulous beaches for swimming and surfing available locally. The village has a rich history in Tweed weaving and textiles with local products available for purchase. The towns of Killybegs and Donegal are also close by.