Laggview Cottage is a 5 bedroom holiday home with a wonderful coastal setting on the Isle of Doagh in north-west Inishowen. Located just 250 metres from a sandy beach, the holiday home enjoys lovely views over Trawbreaga Bay towards the famous sand dunes at Lagg. The holiday home is 5km from the beach and golf resort of Ballyliffin. The popular Doagh Famine Centre is just 300 metres from the front door.
The holiday home has 5 bedrooms to sleep 10 comfortably. Three of the bedrooms are ensuite and there is also a bathroom with bath and shower. The main living room and sun room enjoy lovely coastal views. There is a spacious kitchen with dining area and a separate utility room. The enclosed grounds have large lawns to the front of the house
The Isle of Doagh
The Isle of Doagh itself is a smaller peninsula within the Inishowen peninsula, bounded to the west by Pollan Bay, to the north by the Atlantic Ocean and Trawbrega Bay to the west. There is an extensive dune system on the Isle which is renowned for its flora and fauna. On a large rock, named Friars Rock to the northern end of Pollan Bay, stands the ruins of Carraickabraghy Castle. There is a lovely coastal footpath from the castle ruins along Pollan Strand and into Ballyliffin Village.
The Doagh Famine Village
The Doagh Famine Village is one of the top tourist attractions on the Inishowen Peninsula. This open-air museum contains examples of thatched buildings and traditional lifestyles. Attractions include recreations of an Irish wake, Orange Hall, Presbyterian Meeting House, mass rock, hedge school, eviction scene and Republican Safe House. There is now a cafe/ restaurant at the centre with panoramic views of Trawbrega Bay. At Christmas time the centre turns into a winter wonderland.
Ballyliffin Golf Club
The internationally renowned Ballyliffin Golf Club is just 4.5km from the holiday home. This club features 2 Championship 18 hole links courses â€“ The Old Course and the Glashedy Course. Ballyliffin has been described as â€œthe Ballybunion of the Northâ€ â€“ and its not hard to see why. The golf links covers 365 a ...