Modern holiday home with sea and mountain views

Modern holiday home with sea and mountain views




May 2016

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Comfortable holiday home, very scenic area of Derrybeg, Gweedore, Donegal. Views of the ocean, islands and mountains. (The holiday home may not be available for July/August, as we rent it out. Any other time of the year is usually OK.) Numerous beaches, rugged coastal scenery. Nearby local attractions include Dunlewy Lakeside Centre (museum/open farm/boat trips/children's activities); Glenveagh National Park; Bloody Foreland; boat trips to Tory or Gola island, Atlantic Drive on the North coast, a few minutes from Teach Jack's Hotel famous for its food, craic, evening entertainment and family ceilidhs Day trips - Slieve League cliffs (highest in Europe) in South Donegal, Letterkenny, Derry, Donegal town. Close to Bunbeg which offers a wide selection of restaurants and pubs and Ostan Gweedore Hotel contains an indoor pool, leisure centre and spa facilities, which are open to non-residents.


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Where is it?


This is the Gaeltacht area of Donegal. The locals speak Irish, but everyone also speaks English. Donegal is a county of fantastic scenery, the highest sea cliffs in Europe, deserted white sandy beaches, rugged landscapes, castles, historic sites, lots sheep grazing in little fields surrounded by stone walls, excellent seafood and friendly pubs. Ards Forest Park, County Donegal. This 1,200-acre park is the perfect spot for a family outing. Situated on the shores of Sheephaven Bay on the rugged Donegal coastline, it's filled with woodland, rivers, picnic areas, sandy beaches, and play areas. Earagail Arts Festival, County Donegal. Earagail Arts Festival includes theatre and comedy, outdoor family events, children's events, exhibitions, film and workshops. Over 80 events take place at over 35 locations in County Donegal. Check the website for current dates and programme. Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal. 14,000 hectares of mountain, lakes and woodlands. The Golden Eagle was reintroduced to the park in 2000 after 100 years of extinction. There's also a castle and magnificent gardens on site. Slieve League Sea Cliffs (South Donegal) - the highest sea cliffs in Europe.

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