From Â£450 per week.FREE WIFI,Harbour Heights is a luxury 3 bedroom holiday home located on an elevated site in seaside resort of Downings enjoying wonderful views directly over the beach which is only 200yds away and the championship golf beyond.The extensive use of glass in the open plan living area is designed to make maximum use of this superb location.
The property is located just 3 minutes away from the harbour bar and is within 500yds of hotel and restaurants. Local Activites The holiday home is conveniently placed for golf, fishing, hill walks, horse riding and water sports. There are several magnificent beaches in the immediate vicinity. Golf The nearby Rosapenna Golf Links boasts two renowned 18 hole championship courses.
A further 2 miles brings you to the picturesque village of Carrigart where you will find an equestrian centre and the Mevagh Dive Centre - Donegal's first purpose built dive centre. Harbour Heights is also within walking distance of the restaurants at Rosapenna Hotel and the newly built Downings Bay Hotel.The village of Downings itself is a very popular tourist resort and fishing port with lively pubs and night-life.
It is situated on the beautiful Rosquil Peninsula. This peninsula divides Mulroy Bay and Sheephaven Bay and contains spectacular scenery as well as many fine sandy beaches. The famous Atlantic Drive is a short but very dramatic road around the Peninsula. The drive is only about 12km long so you can best appreciate it if you cycle or walk. The walk can be comfortably completed in half a day.
The Lough Salt Drive is another scenic dive in the immediate locality. This drive will bring you through the village of Glen where the renowned Glen Bar is situated. This cosy pub is full of atmosphere and serves excellent food. Surrounding Area Within a thirty minute drive of the cottage there are numerous things to do and places to visit.
You have the majestic Glenveagh National Park and the beautiful Ards Forest Park.The lakeside centre in Dunlewy has something for all the family. In Dunfanaghy there ...