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IrelandDonegalDunfanaghyAnnie's Dunfanaghy, Donegal

€550 / week

Annie's Dunfanaghy, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Mar 30, 2020
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Annie's is a 3 bedroom holiday home located on an elevated site at Ramonaghan Lane mid-way between Portnablagh and Dunfanaghy. The cottage is within easy walking distance of Dunfanaghy Golf Club and Killahoey beach making it ideal for your family holiday. Contact Amelia now to book your preferred dates. Dunfanaghy The holiday home is about 2km from Portnablagh and 2km from Dunfanaghy. Dunfanaghy is a vibrant seaside village with fine restaurants, friendly traditional pubs, craft shops and art galleries. It has an abundance of amenities for the visitor. Killahoey Beach Killahoey Beach is a mecca for water sports enthusiasts – swimmers, windsurfers and kite surfers. The golf course stretches along the length of the beach and provides a very good golf links challenge. Horse Riding is also available along the beach or among the quiet roads surrounding the town. Dunfanaghy now has a well established Festival programme which runs throughout the year and includes a Seafood Festival, a Jazz and Blues Festival and a Halloween Madness Festival. Ideal Tour Base for North Donegal Annie's is centrally located along the North Donegal coastline. Mountain climbing and hill walking are popular in this spectacular landscape with Muckish, Errigal and the Derryveagh mountains all easily reachable. There are also a number of beautiful coastal and forest walks in the region - including numerous walking trails in the nearby Ards Forest Park. Lying just north of Dunfanaghy is the dramatic Horn Head Peninsula which features a stunning scenic drive and numerous scenic walks.  The entire peninsula  has been designated as an Irish Natural Heritage Area and a Refuge for Fauna (specifically sea birds)