Golfers Paradise is a lovely 3 bedroom holiday home located in rolling countryside on the outskirts of Rossnowlagh beach resort in south West Donegal. The holiday home is less than 1km from the fabulous Rossnowlagh blue flag beach - an internationally renowned surfing venue but also very popular with swimmers, walkers, kite fliers and kayakers. With its golden sand and sand dunes this beautiful beach is an idyllic playground for kids of all ages.
The holiday home has 3 comfortable bedrooms to sleep 7. In addition there is a games room with a small double sofa bed. The main living room has an open fireplace and looks out looks on lawns, countryside and the Bluestack Mountains. There is fully equipped modern kitchen with an adjacent dining area. Double doors lead to a comfortably furnished sun room that enjoys panoramic countryside views. Patio doors lead out to a sheltered patio area.
The holiday home is pet friendly. In the tarmaced back yard there is good sized dog pen. Just above the holiday home there is a small field and a stable that can accommodated a horse and 2 ponies. There is an extra charge for using this facility - please check with the owner for details and conditions. In any event the short trip up to the stables area is worth it alone for the superb panoramic views of Donegal Bay.
The holiday home is an ideal base for the keen golfer to try some of the first rate golf courses in the region. The superb 18 hole Donegal Golf Club is just 8km away at Murvagh. This links course, one of the longest in Europe, has pine forests, the mountains and the Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop. 16 km to the south is Bundoran Golf club. Within a 50km radius there are a number of other superb courses including Rosses Point and Strandhill in Sligo and the Lough Erne Golf Resort near Enniskillen
Walking and Cycling
The Creevy Coastal Path is a 10 km walk that covers much of the coastline between Ballyshannon and Rossnowlagh. In the south the path follows the shoreline of the Erne Estuary - a great habitat for wildlife and birdlife. As it move northwards through the quaint Cr ...