40 Dunalainn is a modern 3 bedroom holiday home located in an attractive development on the outskirts of the popular seaside resort of Culdaff on the Inishowen Peninsula. It is within easy walking distance of the village centre and the superb Blue Flag Beach. The holiday home is also a great central base to explore the entire entire Inishowen Peninsula. The Wild Atlantic Way can be used to tour the peninsulas dramatic coastline.
Interior of 40 Dunalainn
The holiday home has 3 bedrooms (one ensuite) and a first floor bathroom. The comfortably furnished living room has an open fireplace. There is a stylish modern fitted kitchen and a bright dining area with access to the patio area and back garden. A garden shed provides storage for surf boards, golf clubs, fishing rods etc.
Cludaff Blue Flag Beach
Culdaff is a popular family seaside resort in north Inishowen. The main attraction is the superb Blue Flag Beach facing out to the Atlantic Ocean. The beach is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts and is now a well established surfing destination. At the northern end of the beach is the quaint Bunagee Harbour - one of Donegals main sea angling bases. Bunagee also has a small berthing marina.
The Wild Atlantic Way in Inishowen
Culdaff is well served with shops and pubs. McGrorys of Culdaff is a renowed music venue as well as serving great food. Culdaff is within easy driving distance of some top class tourist amenities in Inishowen including the superb Ballyliffin Golf Club, the Famine Village on the Isle of Doagh and Banbas Crown at Malin Head - Irelands most northerly point.
Banbas Crown is one of 3 Signature points on the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal. Around the coastline of Malin Head there are several quaint harbours and sandy coves. Basking sharks and dolphins are frequent visitors to the waters of this region. North Inishowen is also one of the best places in Ireland to see the Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights
Local Attractions / Amenities
* Enjoy walking on the many quiet country roads in the Culdaff area, particularly those that hug ...