You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Laghey, Donegal Bay, County Donegal. It is a Detached Dormer Bungalow.
Situated in Laghey, four miles from Donegal Town. This inviting bungalow enjoys sophisticated interiors with an alluring Jacuzzi bath, perfect for unwinding during your stay. The rear garden is securely enclosed for your pets to enjoy however the front lawn area is only partially enclosed so be sure to keep an eye out! Ideally located close to two of the most scenic beaches; Rossnowlagh renowned for surfing and Murvagh. This home is an ideal base to explore Donegal.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant 880 yards. Beach 4 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, 2 doubles 1 with ensuite shower room, single, bathroom with jacuzzi bath. FF: double with additional double with ensuite bathroom.
Electricity by meter read, oil central heating supplement of EUR30, open fire with starter pack, linen included, TV, satellite tv, dvd player, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, internet access, hairdryer, partially enclosed garden, patio area, garden furniture, private off road parking. Small pets welcome.
~ There is internet access available at this property at a charge of EUR20 per week. The password is provided by the owner.
~ There is EUR100 security deposit required on arrival.
Laghey is a small village between Donegal Town and Ballintra. There are three shops, two bars, a restaurant and a petrol station.
Donegal Town is a busy tourist location with reams of history. There is an array of shops and supermarkets, a variety of pubs and restaurants, a couple of banks, a pharmacy, a post office and a community hospital.
~ Donegal was named the coolest place to visit by National Geographic in 2016!
~ Laghey Blast Festival brings a whole day of entertainment! A music evening with local musicians and fun throughout the day for all the family.
~ Donegal Bay Waterbus is Ireland's largest waterbus and offers 75-80 minute tours of Donegal Bay and it's many inhabitants. Highlights of the tour include Seal Island, Blue Stack Mountains and the beautiful Donegal Coastline.
~ Donegal Castle is an building on the banks of the River Eske. Once a stronghold of the O'Donnell's, it was rebuilt in the 17th century by Sir Basil Brooke. The Castle is furnished throughout and includes Persian rugs and French tapestries; guided tours available.
~ Donegal Craft Village was established in 1985 in an idyllic setting and is THE place for contemporary arts and crafts. Meet artists working in such diverse media as wood, stone, glass and wool and, after picking up that unique gift, treat yourself to a sumptuous lunch prepared out of the finest ingredients at the award-winning Aroma Cafe on site.