Bungalow / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

This beautifully maintained three bedroom bungalow that sleeps six, stands on a unique 0.75 acre site which has direct frontage onto the scenic beach at Tullagh Strand, just outside the popular village of Clonmany. The house is set in beautifully manicured gardens which lead onto a large raised decking area with uninterrupted views of Tullagh beach. Also an ideal place to stay if you wish to visit the beautiful walled city of Derry the 2013 City of Culture!Tours of the city and booking of events can be arranged. This house is the place to stay if you enjoy hill WALKING as we are located next to some of the most beautiful walking trails in Donegal! If you come to the beach house you can enjoy some great FISHING on the beach below the private decking area.

The decking has a gate which leads directly onto the sand making this property an ideal place to holiday with young children.

Horse riding is available on the beach at the end of the garden. It is a five minute walk to Tullagh bay equestrian centre which run a summer school in July and August. So why not drop the kids off for a full day or a half day and have some time to yourself ! To book email catherinedevlin2@gmail.com or phone 0863585588 The house is ideal for GOLFERS as it is only a five minute drive to the world famous ballyliffin golf course! SURFERS would love this house as some of the best waves can be found at Tullagh beach at the end of the garden! This house is STRICTLY for six people if you need accommodation for more than this number please do NOT book this property!! The owners own holiday home is situated in the grounds directly behind the holiday bungallow so we will be on site to offer help and advise if needed.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach End of garden
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: City of Derry, Nearest railway: Derry
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (2), Single beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, High chair
Outdoors Private garden, Shared garden, Swing set
Access Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Open plan kitchen dining with wooden floors throughout, easily maintained. Useful utility room.

Further details outdoors

If you are interested in fishing, there is a variety of fish to be caught, again on the beach directly in front of the decking. In July and August basking sharks and dolphins may be viewed from the patio area, also this beach is ideal for surfing as the local surf club operates from the beach at the end of the garden most weekends. Another beach activity would include horse riding.

The world famous Glenevin waterfall is within walking distance, and we are also only three miles from the famous Ballyliffin golf course and the world renown famine village of Doagh Island. Nearby is the Gap of Mamore, which at 800 feet above sea level, offers spectacular views of the Inishowen Peninsula and it's beautiful sandy beaches. There are many excellent bars and restaurants within easy reach, we would recommend the Glenhouse and the Rusty Nail for excellent food.

Also Ballyliffin has many excellent bars and restaurants with live music most nights of the week.

Further details

The owners own holiday home is situated directly behind the holiday bungalow so we will be on site to offer help and advise on occasions. Shared driveway. No smoking and stag/hen parties are NOT permitted. Not suitable for pets. Arrival time, 4pm and premises vacated at 11am on final day of stay.

The Province of Ulster region

Donegal is the perfect spot if you long to get away from it all. With soaring sea cliffs that plummet 300 metres, deserted white sandy beaches, jaw-dropping landscapes, excellent seafood and quiet cosy pubs, Donegal forces you to sit back, slow down and admire the view.

But whether you want to opt for long rambling walks over rugged terrain, laze around on a scenic beach, or explore an ancient site, this spectacular county in Ireland's North West corner is hard to beat.


This house is located just outside the beautiful town of Clonmany. The jewel of Clonmany "The Market House" is to be found in the centre of the village. Just outside Clonmany, the ruins of Leenan Fort document the days of yore. And the old Straid Church is to be found just two miles outside the village. A trip to the nearby Famine Village in Doagh Island provides the visitor with accounts of the past in an active form. Golfing plays a large role in the list of leisure activities.

The Ballyliffin Golf Club hosts two eighteen hole links courses and is often frequented by the rich and famous, including the world reowned golfer Nick Faldo. The famous Mamore Gap is a mere 5 minute drive from the house. Mamore Gap in the Urris Hills takes the traveller on a long, winding path to spectacular panoramic views of both the Inishowen peninsula and the neighbouring Fanad peninsula. The Glenevin waterfall is within walking distance, after exploring this spectacular area of natural beauty, stop for a refreshing cup of tea and scones, or a hearty lunch/dinner, in the beautiful surroundings of the Glen House. Experience the warm Irish welcome, extended to locals and travellers alike, by the proprietor Sonia. Or else walk on for another 2 mile to the award winning Rusty Nail bar and restaurant. Ample beaches, including Binnon bay, Tullagh bay, Leenan bay, and Pollan bay are all seated in spectacular panoramic views of both the Inishowen peninsula and the neighbouring Fanad peninsula as does the little known Glenevin waterfall.

The famous Clonmany festival takes place between Sunday the 4th to the 11th of August,