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IrelandDonegalAnnagryCarrickfinn Holiday Cottage with WiFi & Sauna, Donegal

€450 / week
€50.00 8th Feb 18 Show 3 More

Carrickfinn Holiday Cottage with WiFi & Sauna, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 17, 2020
#2 of 7 Properties Viewed in Annagry
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Carrickfinn Cottage is located on the Wild Atlantic Way in an area of unique and stunning coastal scenery.  Sleep 7: 3 double Beds and 1 Single bed Cottage is tastefully decorated and fitted with good quality furniture and bedding. FREE WIFI AVAILABLE The ground floor consists of an open plan living room with adjoining dining area and fully equipped kitchen, bathroom ,en-suite bedroom and SAUNA. Kitchen facilities: dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave and all household necessities. Utility Room : Washing machine, tumble dryer,iron, ironing board. Open Fire: Turf is provided free of charge. Upstairs : 2 large en-suite bedrooms. The pine furniture and matching bed linen, makes these rooms welcoming and pleasant. Cot, travel cot,high chair and stair gate available. Mobile Broadband available  Local Activities Fishing (freshwater and deep sea), Hill walking, Mountain climbing  e.g Mt. Errigal Kayaking, wind surfing, swimming in crystal clear waters of our Blue Flag beach Boat trips to the islands, Aranmore, Tory and Gola A choice of golf courses....Cruit, Gweedore and Dunfanaghy Bird watching Ceili music and dancing Carrickfinn cottage is the ideal base to explore the dramatic, rocky coastline, blue-green mountains and deep valleys of West Donegal. The cottage is also well placed to enable the visitor to absorb the culture and heritage of Donegal's Gaeltacht - where Irish is still the main everyday language. Lovers of nature will be pleased to know that part of the Carrickfin peninsula has been designated a Special Area of Conservation and also a Natural Heritage area. Wildlife is in abundance and the area is noted for the presence of rare plant species. Local Attractions Other attractions in this part of Donegal include the breathtaking Glenveigh National Park and the family orientated Dunlewey Centre.This centre has lots of different attractions -children's play area, farm yard, boat trips, craft shop, weaving house, audio visuals, etc. The islands of Tory, Aranmore and Gola are all within easy reach of the cottage. Also within easy reach of the cottage are good restaurants and friendly pubs including the famous Leo's Tavern - the home of both Clannad and Enya.