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IrelandDonegalBallyliffinAnnagh View Ballyliffin, Donegal

€450 / week
-€50.00 21st Jul 19

Annagh View Ballyliffin, Donegal

2 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 21, 2020
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Linda and Aiden are delighted to welcome guests to their modern home. Guests will have the upstairs of the property to themselves comprising of ensuite bedrooms, TV area and dining room. Annagh is a handy equal walk between Ballyliffin and Clonmany and Ballyliffin Golf club is less than 5 minutes in the car. While it feels like the perfect country escape you're never too far away from a meal in the famous Ballyliffin Lodge or even a pint in the local pubs! Ballyliffin Golf Club Ballyliffin Golf Course is almost certainly the main attraction, and the reason why the town has seen much growth over recent years. It has one of the finest golf courses in the country, with two links. - The Old Links, and the new Glashedy Links courses. A short seven minute drive from the cottage, will get you to the main clubhouse. Other courses on the Inishowen Peninsula are all within a half hours drive, and include Greencastle, Redcastle, Buncrana, and Culmore in Derry. The village has four hotels, each with their own bars and restaurants. The golf club has its own bar and restaurant as well. If you are looking for the more traditional type of Irish Pub, then take a short drive to the picturesque village of Clonmany, where you will find seven. Doagh Island Famine Village Also on the Isle of Doagh, just a little further on from the golf course, is the Famine Village, - a unique outdoor museum exhibiting displays of structures, models and tableaux depicting Ireland as it was in the 19th century, particularly during the great famine. The centre is well worth a visit, and is especially appealing to children and the young at heart, when it transforms into Santas Lapland in Nov-Dec. - Early booking for this event is essential to avoid disappointment. Visitor Attractions Around Ballyliffin and within less than half an hours driving; some other attractions include: Glennevin Waterfall at Clonmany. Malin Head, Irelands most northerly point. Fort Dunree Military Museum with its Naval Guns. The town of Carndonagh. The Maritime Museum and Planetarium at Greencastle The town of Culdaff with the famous McGrory's Pub, Restaurant, Hotel and Mac's Backroom Bar - a venue where you can be assured of good service, nice food, a blazing turf fire, and great craic. A venue for musical talent from all parts of the country and around the world. The Backroom Bar has hosted many top names in music. Not much further: The town of Buncrana, which has a ferry link across Lough Swilly to Rathmullan. The historical and picturesque village of Fahan, with its yacht marina. The Griannan of Aileach, an ancient stone ring fort at the southern end of Inishowen. The City of Derry, with its historical walled old town.