Sea Vista Rathmullan - Uninterrupted Sea Views

Sea Vista Rathmullan - Uninterrupted Sea Views




Feb 2017

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Located in Rathmullan, Co. Donegal

Experience this luxury four bedroom detached bungalow which has just been extended and totally refurbished throughout. It enjoys uninterrupted sea views overlooking Lough Swilly, towards the Inishowen Peninsula, which can be appreciated from the comfort of the kitchen, dining room, living room and master bedroom windows.

Directly opposite the house is a sandy beach, here you can swim, relax and take in the stunning panorama. It is an ideal holiday location for those seeking a luxury property in a coastal setting with an ever-changing vista.

Located within walking distance using an off-road village footpath of all the amenities in Rathmullan including the glorious long sandy beach, Rathmullan House Hotel and boating from a deep-sea pier. Car ferry during the summer months to Buncrana in the Inishowen Peninsula, golf at Otway and further afield at Portsalon, Rosapenna and Letterkenny, makes this an ideal property, from which to explore the wonderful natural amenities of the Fanad and Inishowen Peninsulas.

Key Features
- Uninterrupted Sea Views – from the kitchen, dining room, living room and master bedroom and the private courtyard!
- Walking distance on off road footpath to the centre of the village 0.7km.
- Garage suitable for guests bicycles or kayaks.
- The garage has an EV charging station fitted for electrical car charging which is available for guests on request.
- Luxury new beds and high-quality mattresses.
- Sea view terrace patio.
- Private courtyard for outdoor dining.
- Private garden to the front and rear of the property.
- Underfloor heating throughout for more comfort.
- This energy efficient (A Rated) home, sources all its electricity from renewable sources.
- Wired internet and stable WIFI (typical download speed of (50-54mbps) and upload speed of (15-20mbps) available throughout the house making the house suitable for remote working, if required.
- Ample car parking.


More about us

  1. We are a couple planning to travel with our 6 year old daughter.

  2. Enda works in Finance in Dublin

  3. Noelle works in IT in Dublin

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Where is it?


Donegal is seen by many as the starting point on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way coastline. - Sea Vista is located directly on this route.

Rathmullan (Irish: Ráth Maoláin, meaning "Maoláin's ringfort") is a small seaside village on the Fanad Peninsula in County Donegal, Ireland. It is situated on the western shore of Lough Swilly, 11 km (7 miles) north-east of Ramelton and 12 km (7.5 miles) east of Milford. Rathmullan serves as an important historical village as it was the scene of the Flight of the Earls in 1607, a major turning point in Irish history.

Situated midway on the western shore of Lough Swilly, Rathmullan is a good base for exploring this beautiful area. There are pleasant walks and drives in the area including Kinnegar and Rathmullan Woods. There are a also number of beautiful and idyllic beaches within easy reach of the cottages where you and your family can while away a sunny afternoon. There is excellent fishing for wild brown trout and salmon in the area, and, for the more adventurous, deep sea fishing is available. The arrival of the Summer ferry has also made the hidden treasures of Northern Donegal easily accessible from Rathmullan.

Rathmullan on Facebook

Videos of Rathmullan
• (Rathmullan Images)
• (Rathmullan on the Wild Atlantic Way!)

Places of Interest
Visit the ruins of the Carmelite Friary in Rathmullan (just a 200m walk from Sea Vista) which was built by Eoghan Rua MacSweeney in 1516. The Friary was sacked by the English garrison from Sligo in 1595. In 1607, Rathmullan was also said to have seen the last of the Gaelic Order, most notably the Clan Ó Néill and the Clan Ó Domhnaill, during the Flight of the Earls to the Continent. This 'flight' took place from Portnamurray on the southern edge of the town. In 1617 the Friary was occupied by the Protestant Bishop of Raphoe, The Rt. Rev. Dr. Andrew Knox. A subsequent Bishop of Raphoe turned it into a fortified house in anticipation of a possible French invasion during the Napoleonic Wars. This battery still stands and today serves as a heritage centre located near the pier in the village.

Things to do in / from Rathmullan Village
Rathmullan Donegal – Village Map including places of interest.
• Walk on the idyllic Rathmullan or Kinnegar sandy beaches

Buzzy restaurants
Cool bars
Cozy cafés
Retail therapy
Bit of culture
Walks in the park
Spot of exercise
The beach or the local hills
Day tripping

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