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IrelandDonegalPortnablaghHoneysuckle Cottage - The Links, Donegal

€425 / week

Honeysuckle Cottage - The Links, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Aug 9, 2020
#5 of 9 Properties Viewed in Portnablagh
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
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  Honeysuckle Cottage is a fabulous 3 bedroom holiday home located in the picturesque family seaside village of Portnablagh. From the front door it is a short stroll to the village's quaint harbour and beach. The holiday home also has easy access to the picturesque seaside village of Dunfanaghy and to the fabulous links course overlooking Killahoey strand. Tastefully Furnished and Decorated The holiday home is located in a small attractive development that lies off the coastal road between Portnablagh and Dunfanaghy.  It has bright open plan ground floor that is tastefully furnished and decorated. The stylish kitchen is fully equipped for a self catering holiday. Two of the three bedrooms are ensuite and there is also a bathroom with bath and shower. An attractive feature is an enclosed back lawn with patio area and a swing set. Portnablagh, dunfanaghy and Marble Hill Portnablagh is a popular destination for  boating, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing and sea angling. Fishing also takes place at Sessiagh Lake on the outskirts of the village. The popularity of the wider Portnalagh, Dunfanaghy and Marble Hill  area  in recent years has meant the quite a number of new art galleries, coffee shops and craft shops have opened adding to the attractiveness of the area. Glorious Beaches Staying at Honeysuckle Cottage the visitor will be spoilt for a choice of beaches. In addition to Portnablagh's beach there is the superb Blue Flag Killahoey beach in Dunfanaghy (2km), the beautiful Marble Hill Strand (4km) and totally unspoilt Tramore Strand at Horn Head  (6km) - a little effort is required to reach the latter but it is well worth  it. Dunfanaghy is well served with shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants, craft shops and art galleries. In addition to a blue flag beach and golf course it has a top class equestrian centre and several surf/ watersports activity centres.  In the Shandon Hotel in nearby Marble Hill there is a state of the art wellness spa. Wild Atlantic Way Portnablagh lies along the route of the Wild Atlantic Way - Irelands long distance driving route. Portnablagh is a good base to explore the north west Donegal section of this scenic drive which includes a dramatic road around the ruggedly beautiful Horn Head. Other attractions in the locality include Ards Forest Park, Ards Friary and coastal footpath, Muckish Mountain and the magnificent Glenveagh National Park