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Bungalow / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8
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Bungalow / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8
Open Plan Kitchen & Living Room which opens out onto the lawn via a glass patio door overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, breathtaking views. Television, Video, DVD, CD Player and Sky TV, Broadband is available if required. The bedrooms are 2 King Size Beds, 1 Double Bed and 1 Twin all rooms are ensuite . In addition there is a utility room and a separate bathroom.
The holiday home is a tranquil base from which to explore the renowned Inishowen Peninsula. This part of Ireland offers an incomparable wealth of scenery including mountains, glens, rivers, lakes and beaches.
For the enthusiastic walker the countryside around the holiday home is ideal rambling terrain. Malin Head is renowned for its rugged coastal landscape and attractive beaches. The area is steeped in history and folklore. Malin Head is an area for all tastes, including walking, fishing, swimming, photography horse riding, cycling, studying rock formations or rare flora and it is close to Inishowen's splendid golf courses in Ballyliffin, Redcastle and Greencastle.
Bike Hire is available from a local company, they will deliver the bikes to you with all the necessary safety equipment - ask for more information.
It is the ideal place to escape to for a much needed break, a tranquil place to complete a work project or for an old-fashioned family holiday with friends and family
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||White Strand 100 m|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Derry 40 km, Nearest railway: Derry 40 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Single beds (2), Cots (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private garden, Bicycles available|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Province of Ulster region
Donegal is located in the north west corner of Ireland. It's a county that boasts a raw natural beauty with its jagged coastline, blanket bogs, mountains, cliffs, lakes and stunning golden beaches. It also has two inhabited offshore islands (Aranmore and Tory Island), a national park and lots of historical attractions.
County Donegal is brimming with things to see and do. It's a haven for outdoor activities so take the time to enjoy a round of golf, a spot of fishing, hiking, horseriding or surfing. Hire a car and take to the Donegal roads, as this is the best way to explore this fascinating county. There are lots of driving routes in County Donegal with the most popular probably being Inishowen, which is a scenic drive around the Inishowen peninsula taking in Malin Point - Ireland's most northerly point.
Popular attractions to look out for on your travels include Glenveagh National Park - a nature reserve with 40,873 acres of woodland, glens, gardens and a 19th century castle. The Slieve League Cliffs are an exciting experience especially if you take the 8km drive along its hairpin bends as they are said to be the highest cliff face in Europe! Or you could also visit Lough Derg - a popular place of pilgrimage, where St.Patrick is said to have stayed in a cave during his time as a missionary in Ireland.
Inishowen 100 -The Circuit of Inishowen: just follow the road signs and explore the beautiful scenery and rich history of this region.
The Famine Village: Located on the Isle of Doagh.The Waterfall at Glenevin: This steep waterfall is located just outside of the village of Clonmanny.
The Gap of Mamore: This area affords one of the most spectacular views in Inishowen.
The Fort of Dunree: An old military fort, now a military museum overlooks the entrance to Lough Swilly.
The Grianan of Aileach: An enormous stone ring-fort dating from the megalithic era with panoramic views of Lough Swilly, the City of Derry and Lough Foyle. It is possible to view seven counties from here on a clear day.
Glenveigh Castle and National Park: A stunning national park in the heart of the Donegal Highlands.
The Walls of Derry: Walk on the old city walls and explore this historic city.
The Giants Causeway: This famous, and very unusual geological feature, which is located on the north Antrim coast can easily be reached via ferry from Greencastle.
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge near the Causeway
Kinnagoe Bay: A stunning beach where the Spanish Armada ship The Trinidad Valencera went down in 1588.
Stone Circles, Forts, Castles and Early Christian Settlements: all of Inishowen has a rich inheritance of historic and pre-historic sites.
Slieve Snacht: the highest mountain in Inishowen – spectacular views of all of the Inishowen Peninsula
Malin Head:Ireland's most northerly point is only a 5 minute drive away - it looks out over the island of Inistrahull. Nearby is the raised beach - a famous geological feature left over from the ice age, also a pebble beach where semi-precious stones can be found.
If the air is clear, it is possible to see Scotland. In the other direction, a wild and stunning walk leads on along the high cliffs, past Hells Hole and the Devils Bridge.
Crocalough mountain offers spectacular views of Malin Head district and well beyond.
Dun Argus: About a mile or two due south a look out point provides a spectacular view overlooking the Five Fingers Strand – a sandy beach, Glashedy and the mountains of Inishowen.
The Wee House of Malin: situated in Ballygorman. This is the site of an ancient church, now in ruins, situated beside the sea.
Beaches: sandy beaches can be found at Sandport, Portmore and the Five Fingers Strand and the beautiful Blue Flag Beach of Culdaff are only 20km away
Some of the activities include; Hill Walking, Scuba-diving, Surfing, Horse Riding, Golf, Fishing, Bird watching.
For the golf enthusiast, the well known Ballyliffin Golf Club and course is a 20 min drive from here. Other golf courses are located at Greencastle, Redcastle and Buncrana.
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26 Mar 2013
"A superb house in a truly stunning location"
A very warm, comfortable and well appointed house. Owners were extremely helpful - we appreciated the welcome food hamper on arrival after a long journey. The views across the bay were breathtaking even when it rained. To have rafts of Eider Ducks and flocks of Brent Geese literally outside the window was a most exciting bonus. As we were primarily over for our daughter's wedding, the main bedroom was ideal for the bride to prepare for the big day. We thoroughly enjoyed daily visits to walk on Lagg beach (5 Fingers Strand). We would highly recommend this house if you want home from home comfort in a quiet beautiful location.
25 Aug 2012
"Loved this place"
We had the most wonderful stay in this house. It was well presented with very nice and clean kitchen equipment. Every thing we needed for a comfortable stay. A lovely unexpected welcome hamper to start off our holiday. The people who owned the house where lovely and friendly they made us welcome right from the start. And the view was just beautiful we all loved it. A big thank you to Cloghin Dubh
14 Jul 2012
"Absolutely perfect - house, location, views and attention to detail - loved it all"
We have stayed in a various cottages in Ireland over the last few years but this is by far the best. Two of us and our dogs ( plus an overnight stay by my visiting parents - we thought we might have to throw them out - they loved it so much). The cottage is so well equipped - the attention to detail is excellent, they have thought of eveything. The dogs could get straight down to the pebble beach from the front door and the gorgeous Five Finger Strand beach is only 5 minutes drive away. Every room is really well decorated and the views are STUNNING !. Pay a visit to Malin Head point while you are there - and get a Hot Chocolate with Marshmallows from the very clever man with the Coffee/Deli van in the Car Park - its an expereince not to be missed! Can't recommend this cottage enough - if I win the Lottery I am gonna make the owners an offer !! A real gem.