Kittys Cottage is a renovated traditional Irish cottage set in a picture postcard setting just outside the small village of Doochary in Co Donegal. The cottage lies just south west of the magnificent Glenveagh National Park and the Derryveagh Mountain range provide a spectacular backdrop to the holiday home. The Gweebarra â€“ a renowned fishing river â€“ flows through rugged terrain just 200 metres behind the cottage.
The cottage has been built on the site of an old Irish farm cottage with the exterior kept very close to the original design. The traditional half door leads you into a bright modern cottage that provides comfortable accommodation for up to 6 people. The main living area has a high ceiling which gives a wonderful sense of space to the area. There are 3 bedrooms â€“ 2 doubles and a bedroom with bunk beds. The stylish kitchen and dining area enjoys wonderful views towards the Derryveagh Mountains.
Kittys Cottage is located just Â½ km from the quaint village of Doochary. Doochary is situated at a point where a bridge crosses the Gweebarra River. Licences can be obtained locally to fish this famous river. The village is situated in the heart of West Donegal and is surrounded by rugged mountains, deep glens and numerous lakes â€“ every turn on the road in this beautiful area can unfold a new and stunning landscape.
The area around Kittys Cottage is wonderful walking terrain. A link to Sli na Finne actually passes the front of the cottage. Sli Na Finne is a section of the Bealach na Gaeltachta Waymarked Way and it provides the most beautiful scenery and exhilarating walking imaginable. Sli na Rossan is also in the locality. At nearby Glenveagh National Park roaming deer can be observed in the unspoilt countryside.
Kittys Cottage is just over 10 km from the town of Dungloe. Dungloe hosts a number of festivals and other organised events throughout the year catering for almost every taste. These include the renowned Mary From Dungloe Festival. There is also a festival dedicated to the local writer Peadar O'Donnell each autumn. Burtonport ...