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Property 12448. Prices from €304.75 per week.
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|Property Type:||Detached Bungalow for 6/7|
|What's Special?||Village Setting - Golf nearby - Fishermans Haven|
|Included:||Bed Linen and Towels included.|
Ballyliffin, Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal. Property 12448
Located in the picturesque seaside village of Ballyliffin on the Inishowen Peninsula with sea views from all bedrooms lies this fantastic property, finished to a high standard and fully equipped. Ideally siutated just a stoll from pubs and restaurants. It is the perfect base for exploring the beautiful and rustic Innishowen Pennisula. A fishermans haven any time of the the year with fishing at Pollan Beach. Home to the renowed Ballyliffin Golf Course, Ballyliffin has activities to suit all the family.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 176 yards. Beach 1 mile.
GF: lounge/diner, kitchen, double with single with ensuite shower room, 2 twins, bathroom with separate shower, w.c.
€1 Coin Meter for Oil, wood burner with starter pack, €2 electric coin meter, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, babysitting on request, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, garden seat, off road parking. Pets welcome.
*The Garden is not enclosed and is gravelled and the property is located on the main road so supervision of children is essential*
Ballyliffin Village boasts many attractions including:
A variety of outdoor pursuits is available for the visitor. The eco-friendly children’s play area beside the beach is a magnet for children under 12. The Beach Walk on the edge of the golf course and Pollan Strand is highly popular with visitors and locals alike and is suitable for all ages. Other designated walks are graded in difficulty and are recommended for nature lovers with Bulbin, Rachtin and Binion in the background.
One of the most attractive walks is at Glenevin Waterfall which provides a safe path for visitors to reach the spectacular falls. Car parking is provided at Glen House. Doagh Island offers winter and summer attractions for all ages.
Fishing to suit all types of fishermen is available locally – beach fishing at Pollan Bay and Culdaff, rock fishing at Bunagee near Culdaff, sea angling boat hire at Bunagee, river fishing on the Crana and in local lakes.
Yachts can find a safe anchorage at Fahan marina or at Moville, Inch and Buncrana and Rathmullan. Divers will be spoiled for choice with dozen of sites within close reach of the coast out as far as Inistrahull. Horseriding is provided at Malin and Muff stables.
Bikes are available for hire in Ballyliffin and near Carndonagh.
For those with a love of theatre, the Cairn in Greencastle presents musical pageants in July and August, with traditional Irish music, song and dance.
Some of the most popular attractions in the area include:
•Golf - Ballyliffin golf club takes its place among the world’s great golf courses and is ranked among the top 100 golf courses in the UK and Ireland.
•Inishowen 100 Senic Drive - The "Inishowen 100" is one of Ireland's most scenic drives. Its a 100-mile (160km) circular route around the Inishowen Peninsula in North East Donegal.
•Walking - Ballyliffin is well positioned to become a walker’s paradise for locals and visitors alike and this is reflected in the huge number of people taking to the highways and beaches of the country in recent years.
•Fishing - About 3kms before Ballyliffin, a small road runs north to Doagh Island which affords easy access to the southern side of the main channel leading to Trawbrega Bay.
•Surfing - Pollan Strand is the ideal location for surfing, body boarding and canoe surfing, with Atlantoc facing waves almost year round.
•Horse Riding - for accomplished horse riders ior those willing to learn, Ballyliffin is the perfect setting to do just that.
•Festivals - In the Ballyliffin area, the highlight is the Clonmany Festival in early August, with a feast of music, singing competitions, an agricultural show exhibiting livestock and sheepdog trials.
•Bird Watching - Ballyliffin is a haven for birdwatchers, with some migratory and wading birds seen throughout the year.
•Arts & Crafts - The stunning scenery and bright natural light of the peninsula has attracted artists for generations.
Traditional Music 0.1 miles. Golf, Walking - Hill, Surfing, Fishing, Coastal walks, Climbing, Childrens Playground ½ miles. Dolphin watching, Cycling 1 miles. Bird watching 5 miles. Cinema, Horse riding 10 miles. Swimming Pool, Leisure Club with gym, hot-tub, sauna, steam room 12 miles.
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