You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Malin Head, Donegal Coast, County Donegal. It is a Detached Cottage.
This cosy cottage is located in its own mature grounds 1 mile from Malin Head, 3 miles from Malin Village and 10 miles from Carndonagh. The cottage is traditionally decorated with a woodburner in the lounge/dining area and a second lounge- perfect for families. The decked area with patio furniture enjoys distant sea views. Culdaff has a blue flag beach and harbour and is an angling center with a popular pub and music venue. This most Northerly tip of Ireland is worth exploring.
Shop. Pub. Restaurant. Beach 1 mile.
GF: lounge/diner, kitchen, 2nd lounge, double, twin, single, shower room.
Oil is EUR2 coin meter, electricity is EUR1 coin meter, wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, aga style stove, travel cot, high chair, dvd player, CD, freezer, microwave, w/machine, dryer, internet access, electric blankets, uk tv channels, fully enclosed garden, enclosed private courtyard, decked area, garden furniture, bbq, locked shed available for storage, private off road parking. One small pet welcome.
Malin Head is the most Northerly point in Ireland, there is a small shop and pub with serves bar food.
Malin Village has local grocery stores which supply fresh, home grown produce, a hotel which is home to Jack Yeats Restaurant and a number of traditional pubs. It is an award winning town which retains its original charm and character and is known to be one of Ireland's tidiest towns.
Culdaff is a charming village with a blue flag beach and Bunagee Harbour which is a centre for angling and water sports, local shop, McGrory's pub which is renowned for quality food and drink and traditional music and Macs Backroom Bar is one of Ireland's top live music venues and features acts from all around the world.
Carndonagh town is a quintessential Irish town consisting of cafes, pubs, a variety of shops and a night club.
Clonmany is home of Ireland's longest running family festival. The area is steeped in history with dolmens, forts and standing stones dotting the landscape and is home to some great pubs with music and craic.
Doagh Famine Village is an outdoor museum that tells the story of the life in the area from the Famine back in the 1840s through to the 1900s to the present day.
Trawbrega Bay is a wildlife sanctuary which is an important landfall for migrating birds. Over-wintering Barnacle Geese along with Godwit, Dunlin, Chough and Pale Bellied Geese can be found here. See www.npws.ie for more details.
Ballyliffin Golf Club - Ireland's most Northerly Golf Club has the choice of two courses to play on with a total of 36 different holes.
Cycling 0.1 miles. Walking - Hill 0.3 miles. Fishing - Sea, Walking - Easy, Traditional Music, Coastal walks 1 miles. Dolphin watching 2 miles. Sailing 4 miles. Water sports, Surfing, Childrens Playground, Horse riding 6 miles. Golf, Leisure Club with gym, hot-tub, sauna, steam room, Leisure centre and indoor pool 10 miles.
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