You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Malin village, Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal. It is a Detached Thatched Cottage.
Situated in the small harbour fishing village of Glengad, four miles from Culdaff, on the Inishowen Peninsula. A beautifully restored, traditional, thatched cottage with much old world charm in its cosy open plan living area. There is a wonderful view of the countryside and distant views of Lough Foyle from the rear decking area. The superb Blue Flag Culdaff Beach is only 5 minutes drive. Culdaff has a few bars, including McGrory's - one of Ireland's leading live music venues.
Shop 200 yards. Pub 1 mile. Restaurant 3 miles. Beach 4 miles.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner, utility room, double with ensuite shower room, double with single, bathroom with shower over bath.
Oil by meter read and electricity by meter read, linen and towels included, No Smoking, electric fire, travel cot, radio, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, babysitting on request, internet access, hairdryer, alarm clock, uk tv channels, welcome pack, open plan garden, decked area, garden furniture, bbq, locked shed available for storage, private off road parking. Pets welcome.
~ Internet Access is available at a charge
The village of Glengad is a small harbour fishing village with a grocery shop and petrol pumps.
Culdaff is a larger village with a shop, a couple of pubs including McGroary's which has a restaurant.
It is a 5 minutes drive away from the superb Blue Flag Culdaff Beach and Bunagee Harbour. It is a similar drive to beautiful Malin Town on the shores of Trawbreaga Bay.
Only15 km from Malin Head - Irelands most northernly point. The internationally renowned Ballyliffin Golf Club is 17km.
McGrory's at Culdaff, a renowned restaurant/ traditional bar with regular Irish Music Sessions and the famous Backroom - is one of Ireland's leading live music venues.
The ancient and historic walled City of Derry is just a 40 minute drive from the holiday home. A scene of much conflict in the latter part of the 20th century, Derry is today one of Ireland's most vibrant cities. Following the end of the troubles, the city has redeveloped much of its former character and charm. Some of the main attractions in the city include the historic walls, the Tower Museum, the Guildhall, The Millenium Forum and the Foyleside Shopping Centre.
Driving Range, Football Pitch, Walking - Hill, Horse riding 0 yards. Coastal walks, Walking - Easy, Dolphin watching 1 miles. Fishing - River, Fishing - Sea, Traditional Music 4 miles. Golf 10 miles.
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