An 1864 stone-built boathouse from which the Royal National Lifeboat Institute boats were launched until 1928 to rescue seafarers in danger on the waters of Lough Foyle and the surrounding open Atlantic Sea.
It was converted to a dwelling in 1995 …see more
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS INCLUDE:
The area can boost many fine tourist attractions including scenic locations beaches, shore walks, golf, angling, Castle and Church ruins, a Maritime Museum, a car ferry, a busy fishing port, fresh fish and seafood served, Please smoke outside.
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Modern townhouse situated in quiet fishing village in Donegal. Relax taking in the beautiful scenery ,walks,beaches, golf and fishing all within easy reach.Lots of fine eating establishments within walking distance or short drive away. …see more
The Old Stable is a charming cottage with a private mature garden and a fantastic panoramic view of Lough Foyle, the North Coast and the Atlantic Ocean. This is an ideal holiday retreat for individuals, couples or a small family who value privacy and tranquility.
Portnagarly is an exclusive beach-front property on a private two acre site with no adjacent dwellings. Three double bedroomseach with en-suite facilities.
There are few properties like this in Ireland and fewer still that are available for rent. …see more
Tara's House is very different from the usual dormer bungalow holiday homes available in Ireland. The house has a modern, contemporary design and finish and was architect designed to make the most of the secluded site and the amazing panoramic views of the sea. …see more
Charming, peaceful cottage, set well back from road, magnificent sea views from every room. 7 min walk to beach, ideal for families. Golf, sea-sports, hill-walking, riding and festivals nearby. …see more
Detached cottage, recently completed, with fine views over Kinnagoe Bay and surrounding countryside. It is situated on the east side of the Inishowen Peninsular (hidden jewel of the north-west), a rugged and wild region of mountains, lakes and loughs, breathtaking scene …see more
This charming cottage is located 25m from the historic 14th century Northburgh Castle, in Greencastle, a traditional Irish fishing village. So come and enjoy life lived at the locals pace and bask in the glow of a traditional turf fire with a glass of Guinness. …see more
5 minutes walk from the beautiful village for Greencastle where you will find a number of pubs, bars and restaurants to enjoy.
5 minutes Drive from Moville where you will find many restaurants and an Outdoor pursuits centre as well as a Laundrette.