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IrelandDonegalBallyliffinAughrim Cottage - Ballyliffin, Donegal

€450 / week

Aughrim Cottage - Ballyliffin, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 27, 2020
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Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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  This luxury 3 bedroom holiday cottage is located within easy walking distance of the centre of Ballyliffin village and Pollan beach. Aughrim Cottage is elegantly furnished and fully equipped to ensure you have a memorable holiday in one of Inishowen's most popular seaside villages. The superb Ballyliffin Links Golf Course is only a 3min drive away and there is a wealth of attractions in the immediate vicinity. Aughrim Cottage is ideal as a touring base for the Inishowen peninsula and indeed the entire north coast of Ireland via the car ferries at Greencastle and Rathmullan (mid-June to mid-September) Golf Ballyliffin has a full 36 holes to savour – two outstanding and contrasting links courses: the classic Old Links and the magnificent new Glashedy Links. Nick Faldo, a previous Irish and British Open Champion, immediately fell under the spell, but then he hadn’t encountered anything quite like Ballyliffin before. Nestling in the idyllic surroundings of the Inishowen Peninsula and near the entrance to Lough Foyle Greencastle is renowned for its hospitality and tranquillity. The Greencastle Golf Club is bordered on one side by the waters of Lough Foyle, with panoramic views across the mountains of Derry, while on the other, equally spectacular views up into the hills of Co. Donegal. Local places to visit include: Doagh Island famine Village - This outdoor museum tells the story of life in this area in the 1970’s going back to the famine in the 1840’s resident Singers, Musicians and Dancers during June, July and August. Greencastle Maritime Museum - This outdoor museum tells the story of life in this area in the 1970’s going back to the famine in the 1840’s resident Singers, Musicians and Dancers during June, July and August. Fort Dunree Military Museum   Fort Dunree Military Museum - Fort Dunree is perched majestically on a rocky outcrop overlooking Lough Swilly. An exciting new exhibition opens in the Museum this year covering the history of the Fort, the people who lived there and the events that shaped their lives. Original military equipment is used to tell the story of the Fort. Open June-September-all week Glenevin Waterfall - located just outside the village of Clonmany this spectacular waterfall reveals itself after a pleasant walk through the nearby woodland.