You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Rossnowlagh, Donegal Bay, County Donegal. It is a Detached House.
Located 1 mile from Ballintra and 10 miles from lively Bundoran, this fantastic home provides the best of both worlds. Only a short distance from the beautiful Rossnowlagh Strand, it is also in the heart of the countryside. It is tastefully furnished inside with all mod cons including free unlimited WiFi, offering spacious comfortable accommodation and makes the perfect base for a family holiday. This is a superb touring base for Donegal and the Wild Atlantic Way with its rugged coastline and dramatic scenery, which is sure to impress.
Shop 1.5 miles. Pub 1 mile. Restaurant. Beach. Lakeside 2 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, 2nd lounge, utility room, w.c. FF: double, kingsize double with ensuite shower room, twin (with fold out bed suitable for a child), bathroom with shower over bath.
EUR30 supplement for oil and electricity, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, flame effect fire, cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, w/machine, dryer, internet access, uk tv channels, welcome pack, fully enclosed garden, bbq, private off road parking. One small pet welcome.
~ Free Unlimited WiFi Available!
~ There is a EUR100 security deposit requested upon arrival which will be refunded upon departure.
~ This property is only suitable for a maxium of 6 adults. There is a fold out bed available which would only be suitable for a child.
~ Strictly no smoking allowed inside the property.
This home makes a great touring base for the rest of the NorthWest. It is 8 miles from Donegal Town, 6 miles from Ballyshannon and 10 miles from Bundoran. The nearby Rossnowlagh Beach often referred as the 'Heavenly Cove' the beach in this popular holiday resort is regarded by many as the most scenic Natural Beach in the County of Donegal. As well as that the beach is one of Ireland's premier Surfing Beaches. Rossnowlagh's blue flag beach is also known as Belalt Strand. It extends to the north-northwest for over 2km - from the cliffs at Coolmore in the south to the rock outcrop at Carrickfad. As one of Irelands main surfing beaches Rossnowlagh is a mecca for both serious surfing enthusiasts and others who just want to have a go at Irelands fastest growing sport. For dining out there is a number of fine restaurants in the Rossnowlagh area including the Sand House Hotel, Smugglers Creek. Herons Cove and Creevy Pier Hotel. All these establishments have excellent reputations, with menus offering a wide range of dishes, particularly of the seafood variety. For the golfer the holiday home is centrally situated for playing the great links courses of south Donegal including the Donegal Golf Club at neaby Murvagh and Bundoran Golf Club. The holiday home is an ideal base for exploring South Donegal and the 3 other countries on its doorstep - Sligo, Leitrim and Fermanagh. Within an hours drive of the holiday home the visitor will find historic Donegal Town, the Marble Arch Caves, the Ulster American Folk Park, Belleek Pottery, Yeats Country, Sligo Town, Mullaghmore, Lissadell House and the Fermanagh Lakelands.
Local Amenities / Attractions:
Surfing Rossnowlagh has some of the best surfing in the world and the European Championships have been held here a number of times
Golf - superb 18 hole links championship courses are located at Murvagh, near Donegal Town and at Bundoran
Walking - The Creevy Shore Walk is a purpose built coastal footpath 10 miles in length running from Rossnowlagh through Creevy to the mouth of the Erne Estuary. There is also some excellent long distance walks such as the Blue Stack Way and Baile na Gaeltachta [the Gaeltacht Way].
Donegal Town (15km) is of great historical interest and has numerous tourist attractions. Donegal Castle stands beside The Diamond, overlooking the River Eske. Guided historical tours of Donegal Town take place on a daily basis during the summer and the Waterbus takes you around Donegal Bay. The ruins of Donegal Abbey, situated on the bay, are open to the public.
Creevy Pier - for tours of Donegal Bay, including, Slieve League - the highest sea cliffs in Europe.
Horse-Riding There are several horse-riding and trekking establishments in the area where you can enjoy an afternoon on horseback, riding through some of Ireland's most beautiful scenery.
Cycling South Donegal abounds with small, winding roads which offer spectacular views around every corner and are ideal for cycling.
Angling - anglers can sample game, coarse and sea angling with sea angling boats available for local chartering. (The first salmon of the season is frequently caught in the nearby River Drowse)
-Rory Gallagher Festival June Bank Holiday Weekend annually takes place in Ballyshannon which is only 6 miles.
-This property is located on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Traditional Music, Walking, Fishing, Cycling 1 miles. Surfing, Forest walks, Coastal walks, Climbing, Childrens Playground, Bird watching 2 miles. Golf 3 miles. Leisure centre and indoor pool, Cinema 7 miles. Horse riding 10 miles. Minigolf 12 miles.
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