Portnablagh 1.8 miles.
A great little detached holiday cottage just outside the quiet village of Portnablagh on the shore of Sheephaven Bay.
Well-furnished and perfectly located, this property will make an excellent starting point for those looking to see what the North West has to offer.
All set on the ground floor there are three good-sized, comfortable bedrooms for you to take your pick of.
The open plan living area has an open fire, perfect for snuggling up in front of, while watching a movie after a long day of exploring the coast and Wild Atlantic Way.
Should you also wish to make a hearty breakfast before setting out for the day you will have no trouble whatsoever in the well-equipped kitchen area and then you can sit down at the dining table together and plan the day ahead.
Out to the front there is a gravel driveway offering plenty of parking space and a small lawned area with some great views of the sea.
Just down the road you have the Shandon Hotel should you fancy taking the night off from cooking after trying your hand at surfing at Marble Hill Beach.
The village of Portnablagh is also close at hand and will tend to all of your basic needs so why not stop in and have a drink with the locals?
Go and explore Glenveagh National Park, drive along the world-famous Wild Atlantic Way, visit Letterkenny and check out the shops and local cuisines and more.
Experience all that Donegal has to offer from this fantastic cottage.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area (seats 5) with open fire.
About the location
PORTNABLAGH, COUNTY DONEGAL
Letterkenny 20 miles; Derry 42 miles.
The village of Portnablagh in County Donegal is set on the west shore of Sheephaven Bay, situated within easy reach of the wonderful Glenveagh National Park. The village is within easy access of Letterkenny, which has a museum and there are plenty of shops, pubs and places to eat. Whilst making Portnablagh your base, make sure that you explore as much of Glenveagh National Park as you can. A number of walks can be enjoyed in the park, after which partake in a guided tour of the castle, or enjoy tea and cakes in the tea room, whilst to the northern edge of Lough Beagh is a visitor centre housing a restaurant. There are a number of hills in the area, which, once you’ve climbed or walked up, boast superb views of the Atlantic Ocean from the top, and there’s also rivers, loughs and historical and religious sites in abundance throughout this part of County Donegal. Also in the area are a variety of beaches, whilst further afield is Malin Head, the most northerly point in Ireland, and across the border is the city of Derry. A convenient base for exploring all that this wonderful area has to offer.