A 19th Century House with Tasteful Modern Extension
The main part of the house dates from the late nineteenth-century and it retains much of its original character and form including the natural slate roof and timber sash windows. Recent modern additions have been carefully blended in to provide a top-class self-catering property.
There are 5 bedrooms in total to sleep up to 12 people over three floors. 3 of the bedrooms are ensuite and there is also a shower room, a large wet room and an outside shower. The original sitting room in the house has a traditional canted bay window, an open fireplace, wood flooring and enjoys beautiful sea views.
In a modern extension, there is a superb open plan space that enjoys panoramic coastal views. It features a stylish modern kitchen with island unit, a large bright dining area and 2 seating areas. There are 2 small balconies on either side – from one you can observe the ocean, surfing and beach activity and from the other you can keep an eye on the tennis or football match.
The amenities don’t stop there. On the lower ground floor, there is a kids tv room as well as a games room with pool table and dartboard. Outside there is also a large room which hosts a separate kitchen with barbeque oven and a separate wood-fired pizza oven. The room overlooks the sea and with large concertina style glass doors ensure these views and use of the area are available no matter what the weather.
Perfect Base for a Relaxing Getaway
There are a variety of areas on the seaside of the house where the visitor and relax and enjoy the beautiful coastal views. These include a number of paved patio areas and a large area of artificial grass. To the land side, there is ample parking, large lawns and of course the all-weather sports court.
Additional Lodge Accommodation
A two bedroomed self-contained lodge which sleeps 6 people is also situated in the grounds for those who need extra space. This has been recently restored and hosts two ensuite bedrooms and a luxurious open plan kitchen, diner and sitting room with a balcony opening directly onto the Atlantic ocean. The Lodge has its own patio areas and is separate to the main house. To view this property in more detail or check availability please visit (link to Lodge site on your website)
The Wild Atlantic Way
The village of Rossnowlagh itself is located along the Wild Atlantic Way between Ballyshannon (8km) and Donegal Town (15km) - two of Donegals most historic towns. The superb Donegal Golf Club is close by. The property is located within a short walk from the Gaslight and Smugglers restaurants / bar and Finnegan’s Grocery shop