This delightful cottage, 'A Home from Home' is situated in Cara Bay off the river estuary and in the historical village of Culdaff. The cottage has five bedrooms, a large kitchen and dining area with all amenities, three bathrooms, a comfortable living area with a traditional fireplace, as well as patio area and barbeque.
From the driveway to the front door there are no inclines or steps, which allows easy wheel chair access.
The village of Culdaff is a five minute walk away and the beach is a mile away.
Culdaff itself is visually charming, its present layout dating back to the 18th century. McGrorys is a well known family run pub in Culdaff, established in 1924, noted for its fine food, traditional Irish music and warm welcome. On the premises is the famous Macs backroom bar, - one of Irelands premier live music venues featuring artists from all over the world.
Culdaff lies in the northern part of the Inishowen peninsula, - a unique, scenic microcosm of all that Ireland has to offer. The Inishowen Peninsula The Isle of Owen is bounded by the Atlantic ocean in the north, Lough-Swilly to the west and Lough Foyle in the east. The historical city of Derry is situated at the south eastern edge of the peninsula, while its southernmost boundary is overlooked by the ancient stone ring fort known as the Grianan of Aileach. The peninsula has spectacular scenic drives, including the famous Inishowen 100. - This self drive tour which is roughly 100km long, includes Buncrana, Dunree Head, Leenan Head, Ballyliffin, Malin Head, Culdaff, Moville, Greencastle, Inishowen Head and Muff on its route. There are many natural attractions with some of the most bre ...