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Carbery Coast Bundoran


Excellent 5/5 Score from 5 reviews

Modern and spacious

House | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 9

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 2 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner
  • Private garden

This is a superbly finished, bright and spacious detached two story house which is tastefully decorated with sunny gardens and with sea views front and rear.

It has an open plan spacious living area and a modern kitchen with integrated hob, electric oven, American fridge/freezer, dishwasher, beam vacuum and all other mod-cons.

Situated just off the N15 Bundoran-Sligo Road, (3km from Bundoran).

A car is advised, but not essential. The property benefits from an excellent location within walking distance of shops, local amenities and the sea (but nearest beach is in Bundoran). Located in a quiet residential area with a private garden with sea views and a large common green, the house is ideally suited to family holidays

Oil central heating with wood burning stove fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, American fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, TV, DVD, satellite, CD/radio. Bed linen inc. in rent. Cot and high chair available on request. Private parking. Lawned garden to front and back. Well behaved pets welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 1 min walk. There is also a double sofa bed in the living room for another two guests should the need arise (allowing for 11 guests in total)


Luxury detached 4 Bedroom House on Leitrim Coast

Prime Location close to Bundoran (aprox 5 mins drive)

Sea views front and rear

Large kitchen / living room

PVC double glazed windows

O.F.C.H. + wood burning stove

Large driveway

3 Bathrooms (one en-suite and one downstairs)


Ground Floor

• Large open plan Living room / Kitchen with fireplace

• Bedroom 4

• Utility Room

• Downstairs toilet

• Large Rear Garden

• Ample parking

First Floor

• Bedroom 1 with En-suite, WC & power shower

• Bedroom 2

• Bedroom 3

• Bathroom - bath with power shower (Also opens onto bedroom 2)

Size Sleeps up to 9, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Bundoran 2 km
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 500 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Ireland West Airport Knock - Connaught, Ireland (N 90 km, Nearest railway: MacDiarmada Station, Sligo 35 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Single beds (1), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 9
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Donegal region

Bundoran is an ideal base for exploring the areas of Donegal, Sligo and Fermanagh. Game anglers can sample the excellent fishing for sea trout and salmon on the Erne Estuary. Coarse anglers can enjoy Assaroe Lake, arguably the first course fishery in the North west where pike have been known to exceed the specimen weight of 30lb. Sea anglers have easy access to the waters of Donegal Bay.

Other local attractions:

• The Five Oaks Ranch specialises in Western Style horse riding

• Nearby, Ballyshannon is home to a host of festivals,

• The Rossinver Organic centre

• Ballyshannon is a Watersports Centre offering sailing, kayaking, team games, archery, windsurfing and canoeing.

• Visit Belleek village which is home to the world famous pottery

• Castle Coldwell Island

• The renowned Marble Arch Caves is a great day out and only a 30 minute drive away.

• W.B. Yeats grave is at Drumcliffe between Bundoran and Sligo.

• Carrowmore Megalithic Cemetery - reputedly one of the oldest and largest Stone Age burial sites in Western Europe

• Innishmurray Island at Mullaghmore - the 6th century Monastery founded by St. Molaise are probably the best preserved in Ireland.

• There are also a number of walks in the area,

The Bluestack Way

The Creevy Shore Walk which is a purpose built walk from Rossnowlagh through Creevy

The North West Cycle Trail is a 326km circular cycle route through counties, Donegal, Tyrone, Fermanagh, Leitrim and Sligo.

There is a variety of beaches in the area: Bundoran beach has been popular for years and is patrolled in summer. Tullan is best for surfing, but has no lifeguard. Rossnowlagh is 5 miles from Ballyshannon and has lifeguards in summer. Murvagh beach is located 2 miles away of the Donegal Town road between Ballintra and Laghey, it is a quiet safe beach with no waves and a great spot to learn kite surfing - lifeguard in summer. Mullaghmore is a beautiful calm family beach with lifeguards. Home to a sailing club where you can take courses on learning to sail. Streedagh beach is 2 miles from Grange village. Possibly the nicest beach in the area, there is something for everyone, plenty of empty waves, lagoon for kite sports at high and low tide and great for walking.


Bundoran is the last southerly town in Donegal and is the gateway to the north of Ireland from the west. It has changed from a summer seasonal town to an all year round town with thousands of visitors flocking to it every weekend with such attractions as musical weekends and large conferences.

There are many and varied activities in Bundoran and the surrounding areas. There is a Waterworld located on the sea-front in Bundoran. Facilities include 2 leisure pools, a wave pool with 5 patterns, 2 speed rapids and a variety of children's features. Adults may prefer to relax in the seaweed baths, which include steam cabinets, drench showers, relaxarium, sunbed and ocean based therapies. There is also a large multi-screen Cineplex. Bundoran is also known as the surf capital on the west coast of Ireland and there are a number of surf schools in the town.

Extremely popular is the Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival. It is without doubt becoming one of the best music festivals in Ireland. Music, surf competition, cinema, art & photography, BMX, skating, gourmet food stalls, on site bars, and more: all adding up to a great weekend. Bundoran Sea Star Angling is a very high specification vessel fitted with all the latest fishing and navigation equipment. She is licensed for 12 passengers operating daily (weather permitting).

Bundoran Golf Course is one of the oldest in the country dating back to 1894. It overlooks the Atlantic and people are always impressed by the setting of this links course, situated along a cliffside with wonderful views of Donegal Bay and the Dartry Mountains. It has a unique beauty and is a pleasure to play. There are numerous other courses short drives away.

The Equestrian Centre is open to all levels of riders, with rugged beaches and mountain trails. There are also a number of walks in Bundoran. The Cliff Walk is a walk along the clifftops and seashore, this route takes you westward over the River Bradog and into the west end. The Roughey Walk is a circular walk taking in views of the Atlantic Ocean from Roughey

There are 2 Blue Flag beaches – Bundoran Main Beach and Tullan Strand Beach set in a 4km crescent of golden sand with large waves breaking on the beach, it is popular for all kinds of watersports, kayaking, surfing, kite surfing and water skiing. The harbour village of Mullaghmore is a 10 minute drive away.

Things to do:

• Golf at Bundoran Golf Club – a classic 18 hole links course. The Donegal Golf Club at Murvagh and The Co Sligo Golf Club at Rosses Point are within a half hours drive

• Try the leisure facilities at Bundoran Waterworld or relax in the Aqua Mara Seawater Baths & Treatment Centre

• Enjoy the beautiful beaches in the region - Bundoran, Rossnowlagh, Murvagh and Mullaghmore

• Go horse riding from the Donegal Equestrian Centre

• Enjoy surfing at Bundoran or at nearby Rossnowlagh. There are 3 ISA approved surf schools in Bundoran

• Go bowling at the Bundoran Glowbowl

• Walk along some of the scenic coastal walks in the area - The Cliff Walks and Rougey Walk

• Find entertainment to suit your taste - Bundoran has many hotels, pubs, restaurants and clubs with a variety of entertainment on offer, including live traditional Irish and contemporary music, performed by local and well known national names

• Go fishing or sightseeing on Donegal Bay on the Bundoran Star charter boat

• Try game angling on the nearby Lough Melvin or on the nearby River Drowes - the river that traditionally produces the first caught Salmon in Ireland on New Years day each year.

About Tullaghan

Tullaghan (Irish: An Tulachán) is a village in County Leitrim, Ireland. It lies along the coast road overlooking the broad Atlantic. The road connects Co Sligo with Donegal. The pleasant holiday resorts of Bundoran, Mullaghamore and Rosses Point lie wihtin easy reach of Leitrim's most northerly tip at Tulllaghan.

It is situated on the 3 km long coastline of County Leitrim, on the N15 road between Sligo, County Sligo (35 km) and Bundoran, County Donegal (2 km). The River Drowes denotes the border between County Leitrim and County Donegal and the River Duff forms the border between County Leitrim and County Sligo.

Tullaghan coast lies at the foot of Glenade at the northern end of County Leitrim. It also includes a small (mainly inland) section of County Sligo. It extends east to the edge of Lough Melvin and Garrison lowlands, west to Bunduff strand (in the north Sligo coastal area) and inland to the northern slopes of the Dartry Mountains and the Arroo and Mountain Outliers.

The R280 road connects Tullaghan with the rest of County Leitrim.

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Review 1-5 of 5

7 Aug 2014


"Great house friendly people"

Would definitely recommend staying ,great house clean big rooms and very welcoming people great garden kids had a ball close to town and great sea veiws… More

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11 Aug 2013


"couldn't ask for more!"

beautiful clean spacious house with great views. Few mins drive from town. House very well equipped.Owners such lovely people and couldn 't be more helpful. We all loved house. Have stayed in var… More

4 Aug 2013



I found this house an excellent place to stay....The owners were very accommodating and extremely kind and helpful....The views were fab and the space in the house was perfect for a larger family...Would love to return to this house and I would highly recommend it .

Thank you very much for the feedback, it was a pleasure to have you stay here.

9 Apr 2013


"Fantastic House"

This is a fantastic house. Plenty of space inside the house in all the rooms and plenty of space for all of the family to play outside. The children loved the location too because of it being within walking distance of the sea and little ponds about which they fished in too. My husband and myself also liked the location as it was quiet enough for the children but close enough to Bundoran and local amenities if you fancy that 'night out' in its many restaurants, bars and night clubs. Overall, a fantastic stay with even the weather turning out good too. Definitely would recommend this house without any hesitation. Look forward to returning soon. P.S. The owners were great also and very accommodating!

8 Apr 2013


"A brilliant place to stay"

I recently stayed at this house and loved it. It is so spacious and suited our large group which included eldery parents and young children. It is located in a quite location with lovely sea views which is ideal for a little bit of relaxation. We were delighted that there was a bedroom downstairs for our elderly parents who just loved their stay. The children in the party also loved the garden at the back which also turned out to be a sun trap. Would definitely recommend this as an excellent place to stay.

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