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Benbulben View

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Sykes rating

  • 10 Guests

  • 5 Bedrooms

  • 2 Bathrooms

  • Pets Yes


  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Seaside
  • Sky TV
  • Broadband / WiFi

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  • clean (8)
  • bed (7)
  • bedroom (5)
  • room (5)
  • views (5)

11 Customer Reviews

  • "The house was comfortable & warm & clean."

    The garden is not enclosed, as listed on the website. Hooks for coats would be really handy in the hallway and a few more chairs or stools.

    Reviewed by Deirdre3.8Mar 2024

  • "The view was spectacular sadly the house was a great disappointment."

    Starting downstairs with the bedroom which gave my legs a rash after sleeping there for two nights (I had move to a single bed for the rest of our stay) , next the downstairs toilet which was dirty with dust around the skirting board also the toilet seat is broken and was unable for use of female guests in the living room the window needed a clean , upstairs in the bathroom the toilet seat again was broken and the bath was dirty , there wasn’t enough bedding for early spring time and the note on the side table said not to use the heating so the nights were very cold, so the house not a place for someone to stay on a break and we were very disappointed as the house was a lot nicer online than in real life.

    Reviewed by Ryan1.6Mar 2024

  • "We were disappointed when we arrived at Benbulben View."

    The house was not clean and there seemed to be a lack of care. There was no information or instructions about the property or area. Spilt food was left in the freezer. I had to clean the kitchen before I prepared our evening meal.

    Reviewed by Margaret1.6May 2023

  • "Stayed here over Halloween holidays."

    House was nice and big with nice views also. We come to Bundoran maybe 3 times a year so have stayed in lots of properties. The break away was lovely but a few small negatives. Garden was said to be enclosed, it was not. When we got there we actually had to do some dusting and clean glasses as they wer dirty. 2 scented candles were bought as there was a damp smell when we arrived. Living room lamp didnt work so took 1 from bedroom. Small things like this could be changed to make the property perfect. Cleaning could be alot better we left it cleaner than it was found.

    Reviewed by Andrea3.8Oct 2022

  • "Nice House."

    . Great location. . Fecilitires good . Neat and tidy.. It was clean, But could have done with a good run around with a duster. Skirting boards, wee nest of tables, tops of wardrobe and cupboards, behind bedside draw's etc also would be beneficial for future guest's to fix/do up the decking..

    Reviewed by Denise4.7Jul 2022

  • "Had a delightful and peaceful stay at Benbulben View."

    Was well equipped to meet our needs and ideally positioned for touring the area. Central for visiting Donegal or Sligo which were approx 25 mins drive in each direction, Bundoran 5 mins which will get you most shopping goods. House was clean, spacious, everything in fine working order plus SKY TV a bonus to unwind after touring each day. Wonderful countryside and sea views from rear two bedrooms. Would definitely come back here. Stevie and Sharon June/July 2022

    Reviewed by Stephen5.0Jun 2022

  • "There were several problems."

    The house was cold when we first arrived- no instructions about heat, appliances, etc. The cleaning lady was finally reached by Sykes and she was able to turn on the heat after an hour or two. The dryer didn't work the first 3 days; again, the cleaning lady had to fix it by just pulling the dryer out into the room because a hose was kinked behind it. The linens smelled so strongly of fabric conditioner we had to re-wash them (but no dryer!):they gave me a rash, and so I slept in another bed w/dirty sheets/comforter. All the bath mats were dirty/had spilled soap on them. Old dog poo on the deck. And NOT a stunning view out the front bedroom as described-just partially occupied houses. The house itself and surrounding area was beautiful- The house just needed a good cleaning, working amenities, ( the fuse breaker had to be reset a couple times), perhaps more involvement/caring by the owner.

    Reviewed by Debra3.4Apr 2022

  • "Good value house."

    It had all of the necessary appliances, was clean and spacious but not luxurious. Garden has lovely views of mountains and sea. Handy shop nearby but really dependent on Bundoran for supermarkets, pubs and restaurants.

    Reviewed by Sarah4.4Jun 2021

  • "The location was great, in Leitrim, but on the border with both Donegal, and Sligo."

    The views of the sunset from the garden on the nights it didn't rain were really beautiful. Unfortunately the weather wasn't great and the lack of availability of restaurants due to covid closures, meant we had to eat in more than we would normally. This pointed up that while the house was generally well equipped, the kitchen could do with a few more utensils - more than one tea towel, a serving bowl or two, a grater, more cutlery etc. It would also be great if there was a hoover in the house. Having to sweep down every room in a 5 bedroom house was very time consuming. Overall we had a nice family holiday, and the house location is ideal.

    Reviewed by Maeve4.1Jul 2020

  • "Facilities a bit tired."

    Dont think there are 2 king size beds, and all mattresses are pretyy cheap and nearing end of life expectency. Not enough pots and pans for 10 people!.

    Reviewed by Keith2.8Aug 2019

  • "The house was lovely plenty of room and clean."

    The backdoor and views were great especially for my wee girl in her wheelchair. Thanks wee had a great time.

    Reviewed by Elizabeth5.0Jul 2019

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  • Five bedrooms: 1 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x ground floor king-size, 2 x double, 1 x twin
  • Bathroom with a shower over bath, separate shower, basin and WC
  • Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Utility
  • Sitting room with open fire (seats 5).
  • Oil central heating, open fire
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, TV with Sky, WiFi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Ample off road and roadside parking
  • Rear lawn with decking and furniture
  • One well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 2 minute walk, pub 1 mile.

The property

Benbulben View is a stunning detached house enjoying an idyllic, coastal location in Tullaghan, County Leitrim in Ireland.

Coming next to a world-renowned surfing beach on the Wild Atlantic Way, this stylish cottage can serve as the perfect base for a group of friends, couples or family, seeking an adventure-filled Western Ireland break.

Enter this vibrantly coloured cottage and be welcomed by its bright and fresh interior, wooden furnishings give off a real sense of homeliness.

To the right lies the ground floor bedroom incorporating a king-size bed and benefiting from the stunning views to the front of the property.

Spend your leisure time down here, the sitting room provides cosy leather seating, a stunning open fire and a Sky TV, what more could you want?

The spacious kitchen/diner is charmingly finished, the fully-equipped kitchen and lovely dining table will make you look forward to each mealtime with your loved ones.

The ground floor also occupies a utility room and a cloakroom for your convenience.

Head up the winding wooden staircase and arrive at the first floor - here you will discover the four other bedrooms here at Benulben View; with an en-suite king-size room, two doubles and a twin room, flexible accommodation ensures that any guests are welcome.

The accommodation concludes with a sumptuous, tiled family bathroom where you can lie and soak after a tiring day of exploring the breath-taking coastline on your doorstep.

Make the most of the sun by spending some time out in your spacious garden, the children can stretch their legs on the extensive lawn whilst you watch on from the decking with a refreshing drink.

Tullaghan, with its convenience store, is in an excellent location for venturing the West coast of Ireland.

Mullaghmore and the vibrant seaside town of Bundoran are both close by and offer a variety of pubs and hotels to enjoy plus fun-filled activities for all of the family including golf courses, mini golf, horseback riding tours, cliff walks, adventure parks, and numerous water sport activities including kite surfing and body boarding.

A wonderful cottage in a picturesque coastal location.

About the location


Bundoran 2.3 miles; Mullaghmore 7 miles.

The small village of Tullaghan lies on the coast of County Leitrim, the shortest coastline of any county in Ireland stretching three kilometres between Sligo and Donegal. Tullaghan is also the most northerly village in County Leitrim and also one of the most scenic with the Wild Atlantic Ocean on one side and the backdrop of the northern slopes of the Dartry Mountains one the other. Tullaghan provides the perfect base to explore the Wild Atlantic Way with the vibrant seaside town of Bundoran just over two miles away, and the sandy beaches of Mullaghmore in County Sligo only 7 miles away. Why not visit the resting place of one of Ireland's most famous poets W.B Yeats in the village of Drumcliffe? Or the breathtaking waterfall and glacial valley at Glencar. A superb location for your north west discoveries.