IrelandDonegalBuncranaLisvarna House - Buncrana, Donegal

€900 / week

Lisvarna House - Buncrana, Donegal

2 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jul 8, 2021
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
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This is modern accommodation with a bit of tradition being thrown in to make the perfect mix of old and new. This accommodation is tailored for families or couples who wish to explore what Inishowen has to offer. Buncrana is a very picturesque town and Lisvarna is  located right on the sea front. We are on the route of the Wild Atlantic Way which is one of the worlds longest defined coastal touring route.  Buncrana Lisvarna is within easy walking distance from bars and restaurants and also the beach front which is approx a 5 minute walk. Buncrana is a small seaside scenic town with loads to do and see. The town itself is a very lively town with nice restaurants and bars and within walking distance if our property. Fibre Broadband and Smart TV are available for our guests Located along The Wild Atlantic way Scenic highlight on the Inishowen Peninsula include the Fort Dunree Military Museum, The Gap of Mamore,  the Famine Village on the Isle of Doagh, the Glenevin Waterfall and Malin Head - a signature Point on the Wild Atlantic Way. In addition to the beaches around Buncrana there are fine beaches dotted around the peninsula including Ballyliffin, Five Finger Strand, Culdaff and Kinnegoe Bay. For the keen golfer there are 2 golf courses just a few minutes drive from the apartment - Buncrana Golf Club and the Northwest Golf Club at Lisfannon. The super Ballyliffin Golf Club is just 23km away. The landscape of the Inishowen Peninsula is ideal for the rambler and hill walker with a variety of hill and coastal walks. Lisvarna is also an ideal for those who wish to explore historic Derry City from a more a tranquil base. Few places in these islands can offer such a compelling and unique experience for the visitor as the Walled City of Derry - its setting on the steep hills overlooking the wide sweep of the River Foyle, its distinctive architecture and its famous walls all provide enormous appeal.