DescriptionLag Dubh is a spacious 2 bedroom all ensuite holiday home situated on beautiful Cruit Island. This top-class self-catering accommodation is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, cliffs and rugged coastline.
Cruit Island lies off the coast of West Donegal near the village of Kincasslagh. It is a small island measuring roughly 3 miles by one mile. It is approached by a bridge so access to it is easy. On the island, there is the very scenic 9 hole Cruit Golf Club which has its own bar.
The island is ruggedly beautiful and is dotted with sandy beaches all around its coastline. In fact, there are about twelve beaches on Cruit. There is also a small pier and a couple of slipways. The cliffs on the island are popular with rock climbers.
Kincasslagh on the mainland is a very short drive from the holiday home. This small Gaeltacht village has a shop and a pub and its harbour is a popular base for kayaking and sailing. Saoire Mara Charters offer deep sea angling and coastal and island cruises from Kincasslagh pier.
Ideal Touring Base for West Donegal
The holiday home is a tranquil base to explore the wider region around Cruit Island. The includes the Wild Atlantic Way on Donegals West and North West coastlines and the Rosses area with is numerous lakes. A number of great day trips can be enjoyed from the holiday home including Glenveagh National Park, The Dunlewey Lakeside Centre and Arranmore Island
The holiday is located 8km from Carrickfinn Airport with direct flights to Dublin and Glasgow.
Golf on nearby Cruit Island Golf Club – a challenging and very scenic 9 hole course.
Enjoy peaceful walks, deserted beaches, magnificent rockscapes, a wealth of wildflowers and rare bird-life - all on your doorstep.
Try some of the local award-winning restaurants in the region - Danny Minnies in Annagry or the Lobster Pot in Burtonport
Go fishing on Loughanure lake - or on the many other lakes in the Rosses area
Visit Leo’s Tavern in Meenaleck – the home of world-renowned Clannad and Enya
Take a trip around the spectacular Bloody Foreland
Visit Dunlewey Lakeside Centre - Facilities include a restaurant, tea-room, craft shop, adventure play areas, pets & animals, storytelling, boat trips on Dunlewey Lake, guided tours and weaving demonstrations.
Take a day trip to Aranmore, Tory Island or Gola Island.
Climb Errigal Mountain
Visit Glenveagh National Park, with 16,000 hectares of mountains, lakes, wood and bogs. Glenveagh contains the largest red deer population in Europe. Within the National Park Glenveagh Castle and gardens are well worth a visit on their own