This Clonmany cottage is over 80 years old it lies on a very private site fully enclosed by mature traditional hedging. It has its own private entrance with parking and gardens. It is ideally located just beside the entrance to Tullagh Beach 2mins walk away where you can enjoy our fantastic beach and views of Binnion Hill, Tullagh Point, Glashedy Island and Irelands most northly point Malin Head. If you plan on some surfing, Inishowen Surf School give lessons and run's camps here.
Just a two minute stroll up the road is the Equestrian Centre where you can enjoy some horse riding lessons or maybe a nice trek on the beach. The kids can join in our Summer Camps. If you wish to bring your horse on holidays we have 14 full size boxes with rubber mats and automatic drinkers. We have a number of trekking routes available to us with the most beautiful scenery of Inishowen. Why not come stay with us take some lessons and then enjoy the rest of your time relaxing on the beach, maybe some surfing or roaming the Urris Hills on one of our scenic walks.
Within walking distance of the cottage lies the famous Rusty Nail pub. Where you can avail of fine ales, superb dining and possibly a good old sign song. It is renowned for its warm welcome and family friendly environment.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Tullagh Beach 5 min walk|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||4 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Derry-50kms, Belfast- 140kms, Dublin- 275kms, Nearest railway: City Of Derry 36 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (1), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Bicycles available|
Donegal is a land of breathtaking natural beauty, a destination where you are guaranteed a warm welcome from people blessed with a character that ensures you will always enjoy the craic! The rugged Donegal coast has a shoreline etched with a multitude of beautiful bays and glorious sandy beaches. Donegal remains as one of the last true wildernesses left in Europe. It is a land that is a haven to the deer, fox, badger and hare, watched from above by the magnificent silent-winged Golden Eagle.
Getting away from all the stresses of Life Donegal promises wild landscapes blanketed in bog and heather, isolated white sandy beaches and a roughly hewn coastline. And when all of the cobwebs have been blown away, thriving little towns with cosy pubs, excellent seafood and a friendly welcome await
This county will certainly force you to kick back, slow down and admire the view. Lose yourself in some of the finest scenery Ireland has to offer Whether your passion is golf, fishing or even splashing about on a surfboard, Donegal has the perfect locations, not to mention the best natural coastlines.
Places of interest: Giants Causeway. Glenveagh National Park World famous Griannan Aileach Stone Fort Nearest Train Station or Airport: City of Derry Airport, Derry Railway Station. Recommended Places to Visit: Giant's Causeway, Gartan and Glenveigh National Park
The cottage is the Ideal base to tour Donegal with fantastic views uspoilt beaches, friendly people.
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Clonmany is Situated in north east Inishowen , the most northerly peninsula in both County Donegal and Ireland. The village is surrounded by a treasure trove of outstanding natural beauty, historic landmarks, intriguing characters and genuine traditional Irish pubs, its gentle atmosphere is a haven of relaxation and enjoyment. The cottage is situated 4km from Clonmany Village in one of the most beautiful beach locations Tullagh Bay that the area has to offer. Clonmany is famous world wide for its festival in the 1st week of August. It is one of the oldest festivals in Ireland running for over 40 years.
Golfing: The superb Ballyliffin Golf Club is a few minutes drive away and features two championship links courses – The Old Course and the Glashedy Course. Ballyliffin been described as “the Ballybunion of the North” – and its not hard to see why. The golf links covers 365 acres of magnificent duneland and is bounded by rolling hills and mountains – the only other boundary is the Atlantic Ocean.
Walkers: The local area from Mamore Gap to Clonmany is now a walkers paradise. With all different levels of walkers catered for. On these hill walks the views are just stunning.
Fishing: If you are a keen fisherman or even only an occasional one why not bring your gear along and spend some quality time fishing a few hours away. You are sure not to come home empty handed.
Surfing: If you plan on some surfing, Inishowen Surf School give lessons and run camps here. If you are a keen surfer you will be glad to know that Inishowen has some of the most consistent waves in Ireland due to its exposure to West and Northernly/North-easterly Swells. Its long stretches of golden, sandy beaches make for safe conditions for learning to surf. The Inishowen area has many great surfing spots with breathtaking scenery.
Equestrian: If your are keen on some horse riding you could not be closer right on your doorstep. If you want to take some lessons, maybe a nice trek on the beach. If you require more we will tailor a package to suit your needs. Why not have a look on our website and contact us from there for more details.
Recommended places of interest nearby to visit: Glenevin Waterfall, Doagh Famine Village, Mamore Gap, Greencastle Maritime Museum, Dunree Military Museum, Derry City Walls Tours, Ferry trip to Rathmullan during Summer months. tion or Airport: City of Derry Airport, Derry Railway Station.
Annual events in Clonmany include the Clonmany Festival during the 1st week August, McGlinchey Summer School in Mid June, Ballyliffin Golf Club Open Week Pro Am in July, Santas Island Mid November until Christmas Eve, Doagh Famine Village during Spring and Summer.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Within wlaking distance of the cottage is the famous Rusty Nail Pub, and the Glenhouse where you can enjoy a nice breakfst or lunch maybe after a walk to the waterfall. Withing 10min drive in the nearby village of Ballyliffen you will find Ballyliffin Lodge, Ballyliffin Golf Club, Strand Hotel, Ballyliffin Hotel.
Going to a wedding in Ballyliffin? This is the perfect place to stay, just 10kms away and loads of room to get ready, and your own space, with plenty of taxis available.
Visiting Santa at Doagh Island?
Why not make it a weekend break and visit Santa at the famous Island of Doagh, when it is transformed into a winter wonderland. Just a short drive away.Great for the kids.