County Donegal Holiday Cottages

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    Sarah's Cottage: Detached cottage overlooking mountains close to the town of Creeslough. En-suite bedroom. woodburner. Garden. Ideal romantic base. Creeslough 3 miles. (Ref. 957057)

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    Whispering Willows - The Thatch: A magnificent thatched cottage furnished to a superb standard and located close to the town of Carndonagh, Co. Donegal. Luxurious accommodation for couples. Multi-fuel stove. Ideal touring location. Carndonagh 1 mile. (Ref. 928919)

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    An Nead: A lovely detached cottage situated on an elevated position overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in Co. Donegal. One bedroom. Ideal romantic retreat. Two beaches within walking distance. Kilcar 2 miles. (Ref. 19948)

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    No 2 Bath Terrace: Contemporary first floor apartment in the heart of Moville. Open plan living area. Off-road parking. Easy access to town centre and coastline. Derry 18 miles. (Ref. 957977)

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    Four Seasons: Charming little apartment next to the owner’s home in County Donegal, on the edge of the Atlantic. WiFi. Lawned garden. Pet-friendly. Access to nearby beach. Killybegs 1.5 miles. (Ref. 928164)

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    Hidden Gem Cottage: A delightful, detached property is based in a beautifully isolated part of Lettermacaward, roughly seven and a half miles from Dungloe in County Donegal. Woodburner, two king-size double bedrooms. Dungloe 5 miles (Ref. 960595)

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    Curraghamone: This detached cottage is located just outside the town of Ballybofey, County Donegal. Woodburning stove. Garden with patio. Donegal Town 16 miles; Letterkenny 18 miles. (Ref. 960541)

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    Hidden Gem Cabin: Beautiful bungalow cabin just a short drive from the beach in the Irish village of Lettermacaward. One spacious double bedroom with en-suite shower. Lovely wooden decking area. Off road parking for two cars. Dungloe 5 miles. (Ref. 960302)

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    No 1 Bath Terrace: An elegant and traditional refurbished two-floor and two-bedroom apartment located in the middle of the scenic seaside town of Moville. Woodburner. Open living plan area. Derry 18 miles. (Ref. 943055)

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    Gapple Cottage: A detached, single-storey cottage is in a picturesque, isolated location, near Rathmullan. Lough views, multi-fuel stove, gravelled and lawned garden. Rathmullan 5.9 miles. (Ref. 940523)

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Just show me County Donegal Cottages

Holidays are a time to escape; from work, school and everyday chores. But where's a good place to go, to really escape-from-it-all? Try one of our County Donegal cottages scattered about Ireland's far north-west, a region of mind-boggling landscapes, dazzling white beaches and soaring sea cliffs.

Whether your idea of holiday heaven is a lazy day on a beach, rambling over rugged hills or swinging your irons on a velvet green, Donegal is packed to the brim with outdoor fun. Enjoy year-round scuba diving. Learn how to surf. Walk exhilarating coastal trails around the truly staggering Cliffs of Slieve League. And don't miss the stunning beaches and dramatic rocks of Malin Head, Ireland's most northerly point.

Family outings and other attractions in County Donegal…

Hop aboard the waterbus and tour historic Donegal Town. Or what about a sea safari around Donegal Bay, encounters with wildlife guaranteed? Let children run wild at Ards Forest Park, with its woodlands, rivers, sandy beaches and play areas. Wander the glorious gardens of Ardnamona. Book a guided tour of Donegal Castle. Watch out for the Golden Eagle at Glenveagh National Park. Add museums, folk villages, stone circles…they're all here.

Time your Donegal cottage holiday right and you might catch the Earagail Arts Festival, usually held in July and showcasing all sorts of theatre, comedy, family events, exhibitions and workshops all over the county.

Another wonderful thing about Donegal - and therefore another reason to book a Donegal holiday home - is to sample the superb food and drink. Think sensational seafood platters and atmospheric pubs. Enjoy!