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IrelandDonegalRossnowlaghCois na Farraige - Rossnowlagh, Donegal

€350 / week

Cois na Farraige - Rossnowlagh, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Oct 2, 2020
#7 of 22 Properties Viewed in Rossnowlagh
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  Cois na Farraige is a comfortable 3 bedroom holiday home located just 5 minutes walk from the fabulous blue flag beach at Rossnowlagh. It also lies close to the shores of beautiful Durnesh lake which is a haven for swans and ducks, canadian geese and birds of all varieties Rossnowlagh Beach Rossnowlagh beach is regarded as one of the most scenic beaches in the County of Donegal. This dramatic sandy beach is backed by wonderful cliff views of Slieve League, and is framed by the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It is popular for walking, swimming, kite flying and sea kayaking. It is also one of Ireland’s premier surfing beaches. It is a mecca for both serious surfing enthusiasts and others who just want to have a go at Irelands fastest growing sport. For dining out there is a number of fine restaurants in the Rossnowlagh area including the Sand House Hotel, Smugglers Creek, the Gaslight and Creevy Pier Hotel. All these establishments have excellent reputations, with menus offering a wide range of dishes, particularly of the seafood variety South Donegal 15km to the north of the holiday home is the bustling market town of Donegal Town which  is situated at the point where the River Eske flows into Donegal Bay. Rich in history, the town was founded by the Vikings and is home to Donegal Castle, Donegal Abbey, Magees of Donegal and the Donegal Craft Village. The area is fantastic for fishing, with numerous suitable rivers and lakes available. For golfers, the Donegal Golf Club at nearby Murvagh (8km)provide a great game against a stunning backdrop. 20 km to the south of the holiday home is the vibrant seaside resort of Bundoran which also features a 18 hole links golf course. Just 11km to the south of the holiday home is the historic town of Ballyshannon which has a wide variety of shops, pubs, cafes and craft shops. Between Ballyshannon and Rossnowlagh is the Creevey coastal path – a signed pathway which hugs the beautiful shoreline. Along the route is the quaint Creevy Pier - a popular base for watersports and diving.