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IrelandDonegalDungloeFairgreen Holiday Cottages - Dungloe, Donegal

€400 / week
€100.00 3rd Jan 19

Fairgreen Holiday Cottages - Dungloe, Donegal

4 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 16, 2020
#14 of 30 Properties Viewed in Dungloe
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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  The development consists of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom holiday cottages. The 2 bedroom cottages have a double bedroom and a bedroom with a double and single bed - some have a double bunk bed instead of a double.  They also feature a living room, kitchen and dining room and shower room. The 3 bedroom cottage has 3 ensuite bedrooms, bathroom, large kitchen and dining room, living room and utility room.  The 4 bedroom cottages have 4 ensuite bedrooms , bathroom, living room and kitchen and dining room. Dungloe - The Capital of the Rosses The bustling town of Dungloe is the capital of The Rosses area of West Donegal. The area is bounded in the south by the Gweebarra River and by the Gweedore River to the north. The eastern boundary is defined by the Derryveagh Mountains, where Glenveagh National Park and Mount Errigal are located. The landscape of the Rosses area is rugged and is studded with a myriad of lakes and inlets of the sea. It includes the towns and townlands of Dungloe, Kincasslagh, Doochary, Loughanure Lettermacaward, Ranafast and Annagry, and the inhabited island of Arranmore Island. Other small islands are Inisfree, Iniscaoragh and Owey Island. Cruit Island is linked to the rest of the region by bridge and it boasts a challenging  and vey scenic nine-hole golf course Dungloe hosts a number of festivals and other organised events throughout the year catering for almost every taste. These include the internationally renowned Mary Form Dungloe Festival which takes place each summer. During this 10-day event visitors to Dungloe are treated to a fantastic programme of music, song, dance and street entertainment. There is also a festival dedicated to the  local writer Peadar O'Donnell  each autumn. Nearby Burtonport has an 8 day summer festival in July each year catering for all age groups. One of the main reasons why people come to the Dungloe area is its reputation as a great place for fishing. This is due in no small part to the work of the Rosses Angling Association. With over 130 lakes, the area is renowned for  both lake and river fishing. It is also a good base for sea angling with several charter boats based in nearby Burtonport Activities / Attractions
  • Fish for brown, sea and rainbow trout in some of the 130 lakes in the Rosses area
  • Use the leisure centre in the Waterfront Hotel-  literally on you doorstep. Special weekly and fortnightly rates available to customers of Fairgreen Cottages
  • Go sea angling from nearby Burtonport or from Kincasslagh
  • Golf at Narin & Portnoo Golf Club or on the charming 9 hole course on Cruit Island
  • Try surfing at the Dooey Surf School based at Dooey Strand
  • Go diving from the Inishfree Diving Centre in Burtonport
  • Find numerous peaceful roads, country lanes and mountain tracks to walk
  • Try some of the local award winning restaurants in the region - Danny Minnies in Annagry, the Lobster Pot in Burtonport or The Aisling Restaurant in the Ostan na Rossan Hotel
  • Visit Leo’s Tavern in Meenaleck – the home of world renowned Clannad and Enya
  • Try some of the excellent beaches in the locality - Carrickfinn, Maghery and Dooey
  • Visit Dunlewey Lakeside Centre - Facilities include restaurant, tea-room, craft shop,  adventure play areas, pets & animals, storytelling, boat trips on Dunlewey Lake, guided tours and weaving demonstrations.
  • Take a day trip to  Aranmore Island.
  • Climb  Errigal Mountain
  • Visit Glenveagh National Park, with 16,000 hectares of mountains, lakes, wood and bogs. Glenveagh contains the largest red deer population in Europe.  Within the National Park Glenveagh Castle and gardens are well worth a visit on their own