Cornagill House lies on the Golf Course Road just over 4 km from the centre of Letterkenny - County Donegals main town. The holiday home is situated on an elevated site with scenic views overlooking the southern end of Lough Swilly - an area characterised by a patchwork of fields and gentle rolling hills. Lough Swilly itself extends some 40km to the north, where it opens out to the Atlantic Ocean.
A Traditional Farmhouse Tastefully Renovated
Cornagill House is a traditional two storey Donegal Farmhouse dating back over 100 years. In 2010 the house underwent a major renovation and refurbishment programme. The end result is a bright comfortable holiday home that has managed to keep a strong link with the past by retaining the old style tongue and groove ceilings, open fireplaces and by careful choice of furniture and fittings. The home is maintained to a high standard by the owner who lives close by. (You may be welcomed by the lovely aroma of fresh baked scones or apple-pie on your arrival!)
Accommodation in Cornagill House consists of 3 comfortable bedrooms all located on the first floor. There are two double rooms and a single room. A modern bathroom is located on the same landing. The ground floor has a cosy living room with open fireplace and a modern kitchen and dining area - also with fireplace. The old front porch acts as a utility area. All rooms to the front of the house enjoy lovely views of open countryside and Lough Swilly.
Cornagill House is surrounded on 3 sides by restored outhouses and a modern shed. As well as providing shelter for the holiday home these buildings are ideal for storing such things as bicycles, golf clubs and fishing rods. They also store fuel - wood and coal - for the open fireplaces within the house. A small fenced-in field provides a good sized green area to the front of the house
Letterkenny Golf Club
The nearby Letterkenny Golf Club has a beautiful 18 hole, 6239 yards, Par 70 Parkland Championship course. The course takes advantage of natural variances of elevation with four holes wrapped around the banks of Lough S ...