Accommodation in a Dramatic Setting
Living room with carpet floor and log burning fireplace with panoramic sea views on the â€˜Wild Atlantic Wayâ€™. Dining room and kitchen fully equipped (gas cooker) and also has sea views. Utility room. Three bedrooms each contain one double bed. A family bathroom with shower, bath, toilet and wash hand basin. A separate toilet and wash hand basin.
The Wild Atlantic Way
The holiday home is located along the route of the Wild Atlantic Way - Irelands long distance driving route. Using this route is a great way to explore the dramatic coastline of the Inishowen Peninsula that surrounds the homes. Dolphins and Basking sharks are frequent visitors to the waters in the locality.
Aurora Borealis / Northern Lights
The many cliffs, headlands and rocky outcrops are home to numerous sea birds. North Inishowen is also one of the best places in Ireland to see the Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights. Irelands most Northerly point is Banbas Crown at Malin Head. - a Signature Point on the Wild Atlantic Way. Inishowen has managed to retained a good number of traditional thatched cottages which adds to the attractiveness of the rugged landscape.
Althought the holiday homes are located in a tranquil rural location they are a short drive away from 2 of Inishowens most popular coastal resorts - Greencastle (8km) and Moville (10km).
Local Attractions / Amenities
* Try kayaking at the Inish Adventures centre based in nearby Moville. This centre offers inland and sea level kayak training as well as tours by canoe and kayak
* Enjoy some award winning bar food in the locality including Kealys Seafood Bar in Greencastle, Rosattoâ€™s in Moville and McGroryâ€™s ...