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    Delightful character cottage full of quirky charm. WiFi. Garden backing onto woodlands. Off-road parking for 3 vehicles. All amenities a short drive away. Atlantic coast just 8 miles away. (Ref. 944171)

    7 nights from £253

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    Cosy detached cottage near Narin. Stylish and comfortable accommodation. Woodburning stove. Excellent coastal base. 4500 year old Dolmen less than a mile away. Narin beach 1 mile. Ardara 4.5 miles. (Ref. 919578)

    7 nights from £248

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    A wonderful semi-detached cottage just outside the quiet village of Carndonagh on the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal. Single-storey accommodation. WiFi. Open fire. Carndonagh 1 mile. (Ref. 936116)

    7 nights from £269

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    A charming, ground floor, detached cottage by the water's edge in Dungloe. Ideal for couples. Comfortable and well presented. Fully wheelchair accessible. Open fire. Shops and pubs 2 mins walk. (Ref. 915898)

    Great for families

    7 nights from £265

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    A cosy, ground floor cottage situated in the Irish county of Donegal. Countryside views. Woodburner. En-suite. Traditional features. Ballyshannon 14 miles; Bundoran 18 miles; Glenveagh National Park 40 miles. (Ref. 964305)

    7 nights from £303

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    Tastefully decorated, detached cottage in the Irish village of Redcastle. En-suite. Views of Lough Foley. Open-plan. Woodburner. (Ref. 977034)

    Great for groups

    7 nights from £291

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    A cosy detached cottage situated on a quiet road in the coastal village of Derrybeg, Co. Donegal. Two bedrooms. Pet friendly. Walking distance to amenities and to glorious beaches. Perfect for couples or small families. (Ref. 25547)

    7 nights from £227

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    300-year old traditional farmhouse cottage situated in a secluded location close to a beach. Peaceful location, multi-fuel stove. Narin village 1 mile, Ardara 7 miles. (Ref. 14388)

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    7 nights from £259

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    A ground floor hideaway, perfect for couples, in the County Donegal village of Gortahork. Superb far-reaching views. Woodburner. WiFi. (Ref. 987108)

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    7 nights from £198

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    • Bedrooms6
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    Bungalow overlooking sea and countryside views. Open fire. En-suite shower rooms. Arranmore Island 7.5 miles. (Ref. 960306)

    Great for groups

    7 nights from £512

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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!