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 Guiness by your side. This charming part of Ireland has everything to offer the tourist from modern spas to coastal walks.
The cottage has 4 bedrooms,and can comfortably host two small families or one big one in it's 4 bedrooms. The large lounge with sea views, boasts an open fire and large LED LG television with freeview. The charming country style kitchen is fully equipped and has a dining table for 6 people.
All rooms have hard wooden floors with modern rugs, and the bathroom is fitted with a period style Victorian white suite and stand in shower.
On the ground floor there is a double bedroom with a double sofa bed. On the first floor to the front of the property their are two double bedrooms with seaviews. To the rear is another bedroom with wooden substantial adult sized bunk beds, also in this bedroom is a large wooden cot.
Ground floor: Living room ,double bedroom and separate dining kitchen. First floor 2 Double bedrooms,shower room and additional bedroom with bunk beds and large cot. The lounge and three of the bedrooms have sea views.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Lounge seats for 2|
The county is the most mountainous in Ulster consisting chiefly of two ranges of low mountains; the Derryveagh Mountains in the north and the Bluestack Mountains in the south, with Mount Errigal at 749 metres (2,457 ft) the highest peak. It has a deeply indented coastline forming natural sea loughs, of which both Lough Swilly and Lough Foyle are the most notable. The Slieve League cliffs are the sixth-highest sea cliffs in Europe, while Malin Head is the most northerly point on the island of Ireland.
The climate is temperate and dominated by the Gulf Stream, with warm, damp summers and mild wet winters. Two permanently inhabited islands, Arranmore and Tory Island, lie off the coast, along with a large number of islands with only transient inhabitants. Ireland's second longest river, the Erne, enters Donegal Bay near the town of Ballyshannon. The River Erne, along with other Donegal waterways, has been dammed to produce hydroelectric power. The River Foyle separates part of County Donegal from parts of both counties Londonderry and Tyrone.
Greencastle, is a commercial fishing port located in the north of the scenic Inishowen Peninsula on the north coast of County Donegal, Ireland. Nowadays, given the decline in the fishing industry, it resembles more closely a 'typical' Donegal holiday village. It is located a few miles from Moville and is about 20 miles from Derry. Greencastle's name comes from the castle in the area, which, in turn, may have derived its name from the green freestone with which it was built. The castle, originally built by the Anglo-Normans, is also known as Newburgh Castle.