4.9★ Outstanding Sykes rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Pets No Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor bedroom Open fire Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Games Room Seaside Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 21 Customer Reviews "We had lovely week in this spacious comfortable cottage, every thing we needed was there." Sharron was welcoming and very helpful . The weather was a bit changeable but we enjoyed the area and scenery, we went as far as the Glenveagh National Park through stunning mountain scenery, and had a great day. Malin Head was rugged and scenic . We felt quite sad to be leaving this lovely cottage and area. Reviewed by LindaMay 2022 "This was an excellent house and very well equipped." Sharon could not do enough for us. Location was slightly remote and quiet but this is what we wanted. Reviewed by GeoffApr 2022 "This property was immaculate and the location/view was stunning." Sharron was lovely, helpful and very welcoming. Couldn't recommend here enough & hope to return again at some point. Regards, Mary Reviewed by MaryOct 2021 "Brilliant holiday." The cottage was perfect and in a great location. We dined at the local hotel and also at the nearby restaurant, both meals were excellent. Sharron the property owner was very welcoming and helpful throughout our stay. Reviewed by BrendanSep 2021 "The house was as described." It comfortably sleeps 8 people. It is well equipped for families. Sharon was a very welcoming and helpful host. The house has lovely views and is perfect for a calm and relaxing getaway. Reviewed by MaryvonneJul 2021 "Great location, lovely view and property was excellent." Owners friendly and very helpful. Reviewed by G JohnJul 2021 "House was in a beautiful area with spectacular view." The House was big, spacious & very comfortable with everything you needed. & host Sharron was very welcoming giving us great tips of where to visit.Great location for sightseeing, we crammed as much in as we could. We cant recommend it highly enough & will definitely be returning. Reviewed by LouiseJun 2021 "Big house and fully equipped and very clean." Beautiful location and views. Reviewed by LauraSep 2020 "The property is fantastic." It is spacious, welcoming, cosy and the view is stunning. It is well equipped, the host has thought of everything one might need to feel at home and even provided us with biscuits, tea, milk and water on our arrival, which was a very nice gesture. Shops, pubs etc are just a few miles away. It is ideally located to explore the northern part of Co Donegal and Derry. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would highly recommend this property to everyone. Reviewed by CarlaAug 2020 "Great location , short drive to Moville with lots to do ." This was a beautifully decorated, spacious hse , with stunning views, kitted out with everything you would need for a family holiday and more...the extra personal touch of the owner was evident . Lots of space to park and for kids to play on yard outside.Sharon recommended local beaches, restaurants,activities of interest ., which was very helpful . I would highly recommend this hse for a family holiday and look forward to returning to stay again in the future. Thanks for a lovely stay ! Reviewed by NoreenAug 2020 "Absolutely brilliant location, so close to Moville for you daily needs and handy enough to everywhere else when you wanted to go a little further." This is a home away from home. Reviewed by DavidAug 2020 "An outstanding property in an outstanding area of great beauty." The house was cosy and inviting but spacious.We were three couples celebrating 50 years of friendship and Tullyalley provided everything that we wanted. And more. We enjoyed being in the house as it was perfect for relaxation and celebration. Stunning views of the Foyle and the:mountains beyond. On leaving the house there was a bewildering choice of beautiful beaches/ first -class restaurants/ archaeological sites/country walks. Within easy reach of Derry for major shopping but the little seaside town of Moville offered every facility. The final accolade must go to Sharon. A warm welcome at the beginning of our stay and a chat and wave at the end. She made our stay as perfect as possible. One day we met her in town and mentioned that we were looking for a vase. When we got back to the house two beautiful vases were on the doorstep.Thanks again Sharon. We hope to be back soon. Reviewed by MaryAug 2019 "Owners were very friendly and helpful in every way would highly recommend, great for place to stay for families." Reviewed by TerenceAug 2019 "Host was really helpful." House had everything we needed ,views from house were great and great location for touring Derry and also the north coast. Reviewed by LeonaApr 2019 "We had a wonderful stay at the Cottage." The owner Sharron was extremely helpful and helped us when we run out of food, by picking up stuff from the supermarket when we run out as we did not hire a car, we relied on taxis for this holiday. The Cottage overlooks beautiful countryside with wonderful views over the lake and we spent hours on the veranda looking over the lake. The house itself is very spacious with a very large kitchen diner and a separate front room so the 6 of us had separate spaces when we needed to separate. Sharron the owner was very helpful in putting on the heating on early for us when we felt a bit chilly one evening. She gave us advice about local buses and places of interest and helped organise a taxi minibus to take us all around to the various tourist attractions. It was also great to chat to her son Mark and we enjoyed having their dog greet us whenever we came back to the cottage. Those who stay in the Cottage should probably hire a car because the nearest town is Movile which has shops and a supermarket and please be aware that the roads are countryside roads so there are no pavements to walk on and the speeds are 80 km. We would recommend the Cottage as a beautiful place to stay with all the amenities needed, it was spacious and clean and the owner was on hand with just a phone call away to respond to any queries. We would highly recommend staying here. Thank you very much Sharron for being an excellent host. Reviewed by YvonneApr 2019 "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Tullyallly house perfect very family friendly No complaints at all This was." Our second holiday booked through Sykes we'll be using it again and have already recommended Sykes to friends and family Reviewed by OliveOct 2018 "The house was excellent and was well furnished, we wanted for nothing, the views from each room of Loch Foyle were fantastic and it was a treat to have this view every day." The owners Sharron and Seamus were very helpful and supportive. Would highly recommend this property to everyone, it definately recharged our batteries. Reviewed by DerekOct 2018 "This is a great house in a good location with lovely views across Loch Foyle." Sharron met us and took us to the property, which might have been quite difficult to find otherwise, but was easy to find afterwards. The property was really clean and well supplied, even including a drawer full of teabags, coffee, and biscuits! It was lovely to sit with breakfast and look out over the sea. I can't wait to return when the weather is warmer to sit out on the decking! Reviewed by SusanSep 2018 "Beautiful views and really spacious and beautiful house very friendly owners great experience highly recommended" Reviewed by AlexanderAug 2018 "We would like to thank sharron and seamus for all their help and kindness going well above and more for getting things sorted for us." It was very much appreciated. Little things like sharron taking time to talk to us all in the shop that she works in. There house was well laid out and suitable for all ages. And the views were stunning from very window like sitting eating dinner and watching all the ships going past was amazing as our 8 year old said. We had 12 amazing nights at this beautiful hoilday home in redcastle co donegal. On the morning when we had to head back home sharron and seamus met us to say goodbye. But before we left sharron gave our 8 year old son who suffers with seizures and has autism a pack of large playing cards just like the ones in the game show play your cards right at he had been playing with that he had found among all the toys at the holiday home it was like u had given this young boy a million pounds .we would just like to thank you's once again . Kind regards from . Colm_Louise_Cailum and Caiden Graffin Reviewed by ColinAug 2018 "The owners, Sharon and Seamus, were very generous and friendly and the house was fully equipped with everything we needed, spacious and roomy enough for two adults with four children and two grandparents, with views from every window to die for, in a beautiful part of Donegal that is well worth a visit, with speedy access to the entire Inishowen Peninsula without any long journeys and on roads much better than the rubble pit pot holes of Fermanagh." Highly recommend. Everyone had a peaceful and relaxing holiday in the friendliest part on Donegal. Reviewed by JlJun 2018 Show more Summary Four bedrooms: 2 x double, 1 x double with pullout bed, 1 x ground floor twin Bathroom shower over bath, basin and WC Ground floor shower room with basin and WC Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove Utility Sitting room with electric fire Central heating, woodburning stove, electric fire Electric oven, gas hob, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 4 x TV, WiFi, selection of games Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off-road parking Lockable storage Decking with furniture and BBQ Sorry, no pets, no smoking Shop and pub 1 mile Note: No stag/hen parties or similar allowed. The property Tullyally, a beautifully decorated, detached cottage, idyllically rests on the banks of Lough Foyle in the lovely County Donegal village of Redcastle. Its marvellous rural location with first-class scenery makes this an ideal stay for friends and family to come together and enjoy a deservedly relaxing break. The red walls of the entrance hall help to give an instant welcoming feeling; head left into a warming open-plan living area, centred by a fabulous woodburning stove. A well-equipped kitchen sets you up perfectly for your break, while the cosy sitting area and dining table display breath-taking views to enjoy while you're relaxing. Across the hallway, you will find a homely sitting room which benefits from an inviting electric fire and comfortable leather seating, should you seek some more peaceful relaxing time. The twin bedroom next to this is perfect for children as it comes set with a range of toys and games, also close by is a stunning shower room which completes the ground floor. Take the stairs to the first floor, at the top sits a thoughtful study area should you need to get some work done while you're away. Also on this level there are three wonderfully well-presented double rooms with a separate bathroom to add a real touch of class. Indulge in this marvellous setting from the comfort of your private decking, a serene spot to admire the unique rural views with an ice cold drink to top it off. Redcastle is a perfectly peaceful holiday base, this Loughside village comes with a superb bar/restaurant with stunning views as well as a handy Post Office with a shop. Nearby, enjoy the wide range of amenities at Moville, a town which also offers opportunities for water sports. Near to here, also be sure to visit the magnificent city of Derry/Londonderry with its fabulous architecture and plethora of things to see and do. A wonderfully cosy base in a fine rural part of Ireland. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200. About the location REDCASTLE Movile 4 miles; Derry/Londonderry 13.5 miles This charming little village sits in County Donegal and is on the banks of Lough Foyle, looking out towards Magilligan's Point and Portrush in the distance. Redcastle itself benefits from a Post Office and shop as well as a first-class bar/restaurant on the side of the lough. You can also find the Leisureland amusement Park and Bailey Redcastle Nite Club. 4 miles north along the coast is the well-stocked town of Moville, boasting a wider range of places to eat, drink and shop as well as opportunities for water sports. A trip south could take you over the border into Northern Ireland, here you will first find the beautiful city of Derry Londonderry, brimming with sublime architecture and a multitude of highly-rated amenities, attractions and landmarks to promise an unforgettable day trip. Note: No stag/hen parties or similar allowed.