You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Dunfanaghy, Sheep Haven Bay, County Donegal. It is a Semi-detached House.
This spacious home is set amid spectacular scenery on the rugged north west coast of Donegal, beside Sheephaven Bay and Portnablagh Harbour, only a stroll from Dunfanaghy. It is finished to a very good standard with spacious living area, with a Flat Screen TV and fitted luxury bathroom, providing very comfortable living. The beautiful Killahoey Strand is a short walk away. Dunfanaghy offers something for everyone, from horse-riding to browsing around the art galleries, golf with the nearest course being less than 1 mile away, or simply a walk along the beach.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 176 yards. Beach 1 mile.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner. FF: 2 doubles, twin, bathroom (newly fitted luxury bathroom).
Electricity and gas central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, sky, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, bucket and spade, freeview, mobile phone reception - good, games console, hairdryer, fully enclosed garden, sitting out area, garden furniture, bbq, shared driveway, off road parking. Pets welcome.
In the north west of Donegal in the wonderfully unspoilt Sheephaven Bay is the village of Dunfanaghy, just 50 miles from Derry airport. Here is a landscape that modern Ireland has left untouched. Within a 5 mile radius of the village there are 175 recorded archaeological sites, but if that doesn't tempt you there are miles of golden sandy beaches in all directions and fantastic walks along Horn Head. The property offers spacious comfortbale living with added bonus of a flat screen TV in lounge area and a fantastic setting ideal for evening get togethers. The centre of Dunfanaghy is a small square with a market house built in 1847 and a quay built in 1831. There are four churches. The village is also home to a golf club, several art galleries and craft shops, and a museum, situated in part of a former workhouse, which describes the effects of the Irish Potato Famine on Dunfanaghy.
For the birdwatchers - stroll along any of the beaches and you are sure to encounter the Oyster Catcher, Tern, Sanderling, and Dunlin, not forgetting the Cormorant and the Grey Heron.
- A playstation 2 with a separate tv is available for use on this property.
- There are body boards and wetsuits available from the owner.
Walking, Traditional Music, Surfing, Golf, Fishing, Cycling, Coastal walks, Bird watching, Climbing 1 miles. Horse riding 2 miles.
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