You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Annagry, The Rosses, County Donegal. It is a Detached Bungalow.
Located in the village of Loughanure, 2 miles from Annagry and 7 miles from Dungloe and Gweedore. It enjoys countryside views with the Derryveagh Mountains in the distance. This cosy bungalow is ideal for six adults and three children but can provide sleeping accommodation for additional children. It is nicely furnished throughout with an Xbox games console and a pay as you go Wi-Fi dongle provided for guests use. River fishing and The Mary Festival are popular and Gweedore is noted for its deserted sandy beaches and historical culture.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 500 yards. Beach 5 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, double, 2 double with singles, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire (no fuel supplied), linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, freeview, games console, internet access, fully enclosed garden, picnic bench, private off road parking. Pets welcome.
~ There is a EUR100 security deposit required payable via bank transfer which will be refunded at the end of your stay given that the property is left in the condition it was found. Please contact the owner to arrange this.
Loughanure is a small village in between Dungloe and Gweedore. There is a pub which serves food, a diner and a petrol station.
Annagry is a larger village with a Spar, a grocery store, a cafe, a takeaway, 2 bars, a petrol station and a pharmacy. Annagry is also the home of Leo's Tavern which is renowned for it's music being the family home of world famous musicians; Enya, Clannad and Moya Brennan.
Dungloe is the main town of The Rosses with a couple of shops, a handful of supermarkets such as Lidl and Aldi, 5 restaurants, a bar, a post office, 2 pharmacies, a community hospital and a few banks such as Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Bank and Rosses Credit Union.
~ On the Wild Atlantic Way, Co. Donegal was named the 'Coolest Place to Visit for 2017' by National Geographic!
~ Unique Ascent in Annagry: Perfect for thrill-seekers! They provide a range of unique holiday experiences for the more adventurous people. They have developed a range of packages to safely take their clients to the most remote, uninhabited and beautiful places in Co. Donegal and Ireland.
~ Rapid Kayaking in Annagry: Located 3 miles away on Carrickfin Blue Flag Beach offering the experience and enjoyment of kayaking and canoeing for all.
~ Wild Atlantic Surf School in Dungloe: Based on Dooey Beach, offer surf lessons, group lessons and surf rentals as well as kids surf camps during the holiday seasons.
~ Grianan Of Aileach: Believed to have been the seat of ruling Kings of the area. From the top, you can take in breathtaking, panoramic views of the beautiful Donegal countryside.
~ Glenveagh National Park: Glenveagh is a 16000 hectare park nestled in the heart of the towering Derryveagh Mountains. There are a series of walks available to suit all types including the romantic 'Bridal Path'.
Fishing - Lake 500 yards. Walking - Hill 1 miles. Traditional Music 3 miles. Swimming Pool 5 miles. Childrens Playground 7 miles. Golf, Horse riding 10 miles.