Doire na Criadh is a modern 3 bedroom holiday home located 4km from Ballyliffin on the Inishowen Peninsula. The holiday home is located in peaceful countryside and enjoys views towards the sea. The internationally renowned Ballyliffin Golf Club is just over 3km away while some of the main towns in Inishowen including Clonmany, Carndonagh, Malin Town and Culdaff are within easy driving distance
Ideal Base for a Golf or Beach Holiday
The holiday home is the ideal base for the keen golfer. The superb Ballyliffin Golf Club is a short drive away and features two championship links courses â€“ The Old Course and the Glashedy Course . Ballyliffin been described as â€œthe Ballybunion of the Northâ€ â€“ and its not hard to see why. The golf links covers 365 acres of magnificent duneland and is bounded by rolling hills and mountains â€“ the only other boundary is the Atlantic Ocean.
The popular family holiday resort of Ballyliffin is just over 4km away. This coastal village is well served with pubs and hotels. The fabulous Pollan Strand at Ballyliffin is popular for swimming, surfing and walking as well as being a mecca for sea birds. It has lovely playground at the beach entrance and features a coastal path along its length, ending with the ruins of Carraickabraghy castle.
Doagh Famine Village
Just 6km from the holiday home is the Doagh Famine Village on the Isle of Doagh. This wonderful amenity offers a large selection of life size attractions portraying life in Ireland from the 1840s until the present day. The centre is built around and includes original thatched dwellings which were still inhabited up until 1983 by the owners family and your tour guide, Pat Doherty. Some of the Famine Villageâ€™s buildings â€“ such as the Orange Hall, Presbyterian Meeting House, Mass Rock and Hedge School and a Republican Safe House â€“ depict the diverse history and culture of this corner of the Inishowen peninsula. Other buildings house information on the travelling communityâ€™s culture and other Irish traditions such as food, cures and the â€œIrish Wake&r ...