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Townhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 5
Adelaide Meadows is pleasantly situated less than 1 mile from the quaint fishing village of Greencastle, Inishowen, Donegal. The property has 3 bedrooms sleeping a total of 5, plus a separate lounge with open fire and fully fitted kitchen. Electricity,bed linen and heating are all included.
It is in the perfect location for those who want to read, relax., ramble and rewind.Take in a round of Golf or cast your net from the pier. There are several fine beaches within 5 minute drive.A brisk stroll will take you into the village where you will find friendly local pubs and the popular Egon Ronay recommended Kealy's seafood restaurant.. Its reputation means advance booking is almost always necessary! The Greencastle ferry connects to Northern Ireland at Magillian Point and allows exploration of the North Antrim Coast including the Giant's Causeway.
Derry city is 20 minutes away, where you will find cinemas, theatres, shopping centres.City of culture 2013 there you will find plenty to do, walk the historic walls or visit one of the local museums. The peace bridge is a popular attraction.
Other small towns and villages within easy driving distance and worth a visit include, Moville, Cardonagh, Malin town, Buncrana and Culdaff.
|Size||Sleeps up to 5, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Shroove/kinnagoe Bay 3 km|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: City of Derry 25 km, Nearest railway: Derry 25 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Single beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
It has 3 bedrooms.
Bedroom 1; double bed with en suite.
Bedroom 2; double bed
Bedroom 3 Single bed
Sleeps maximum 5 people.
Additional camp bed can be provided for extra child.
|Further details outdoors|
There is a small enclosed yard with garden furniture. It is a lovely little suntrap.
There is also a small grassy verge to the front which is safe for children to play out. We have an allocated parking spot to front.
Travel cot /stair gate available on request.
We do not accept groups/parties of under 21 year olds. Strictly no hen or stag parties.
The Province of Ulster region
Inishowen Peninsula is one of Ireland's treasure spots. The area is full of ancient sites and monuments, pristine sandy beaches, traditional thatched cottages and mountain and cliff scenery. The signposted "Inishowen 100"drive is a circular scenic drive around the peninsula and offers superb opportunities to experience this diverse and exciting terrain.
Derry City (City of Culture2013) is only a 20 minute drive away , visit the famous walled city and it's many attractions including excellent shopping facilities and eating establishments.
Greencastle, the nearest village, is a commercial fishing port and has the National Fisheries College. It has a picturesque harbour area, and there is a ferry service crossing the Foyle on a regular basis, convenient for car trips to the Giants Causeway, Bushmills, Dunluce Castle, and other attractions along the Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland.
The village almost certainly got its name from the old castle, which in turn may have got its name from the green freestone with which it was built. The castle, which is now a ruin, was known as the De Burgo Castle, and was built in 1305 as a base to provide a stronghold for Norman power in the North West. It was named "Northburg" and was built on the site of a much older fortress. There is a more modern Martello Fort beside the ruin, built by the British during the Napoleonic Wars to stop a possible French Fleet from invading.
With the decline of the fishing industry, Greencastle has become more of a "holiday village". There has been much building of new homes in recent years. A Maritime Museum and a Planetarium in the village are well worth a visit. There is also a small golf course near the shore. A few km down the road is the larger town of Moville, where one can enjoy a variety of restaurants and pubs.
Listed below are a number of activities that can be enjoyed in the local area:
- Shore Walks (Shore Path from Moville to Greencastle)
- Beautiful local beaches e.g. Kinnegoe Bay, Shroove,Culdaff
- The Famous walled city of Derry (20 min drive) City of Culture 2013
- Peace Bridge Derry
- Millennium Theatre Derry
- Summer festivals e.g. Vintage Car Rally/ Moville and Greencastle Regatta
- Sea Angling
- Golfing (Greencastle, Redcastle, Ballyliffin)
- Hill Walking
- Scenic Tours of Inishowen and Causeway Coastline
- Greencastle Maritime Museum
- The Cairn Visitors Centre
- LeisureLand at Redcastle Hotel
- Greencastle-Magilligan Ferry opening up exploration of the North Antrim Coast
- Doagh Island Famine Village
- The Guns of Dunree Military Museum
- Malin Head, Ireland's most northerly point
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26 Aug 2014
"From home to home"
The owners couldnt have been more helpful & welcoming. The house was very comfortable, spacious w all amenities that you take for granted but dont always get on holidays. Great house for a family wit… More
29 Dec 2013
"Fantastic in every possible way!!!!"
What a wonderful holiday home!We arrived in Ireland tired and drained after a long journey. We were so pleasantly greeted with a lovely home. As it was the Saturday before Christmas the very kind own… More
2 Nov 2011
"Splendid home in idyllic location with lots for kids."
My family including four young children spent the Halloween break at this well furnished and equipped holiday home in Greencastle Co. Donegal. The house was a pleasant walk to the village which has pubs, shops, a chip shop and fine restaurant. It is also within easy access of three beaches and with a golf club and a childrens indoor play area at Redcastle only a few miles away, the family was kept well entertained.