Loch Lilly Cottage is a top class holiday home with a wonderful coastal setting in North Donegal. It is situated close to Ards Forest Park on the outskirts of Creeslough village and enjoys superb views over Sheephaven Bay. The holiday home is an excellent base for a range of outdoor activities. Itâ€™s also the perfect location for a relaxing getaway
Loch Lilly Cottage has 5 spacious bedrooms - 3 of which are ensuite. It can accommodate up to 10 people comfortably. It has an open plan design on the ground floor with the living /sunroom area enjoying superb coastal views. A large minstrel gallery on the first floor provides a second living space â€“ again with superb sea views
Ards Forest Park
From the front door it is just 1/2 km to Ards Fores Park. This wonderful park covers approximately 1200 acres and includes sand dunes, beaches, salt marshes, salt water lakes, rock face and, of course, mature coniferous and deciduous woodlands.There are a large number of trails in this park giving the walker the opportunity to explore its varied habitats. By â€œstitching togetherâ€ a number of trails, it is possible to hike for 5/6 hours on forest tracks and trails, taking in the full circuit of the park. The opportunities are endless.
The neaby village of Cresslough is located close to the shores of Sheephaven Bay and is surrounded by spectacular coastal and mountain scenery. Mountain climbing and hill walking are popular in this rugged landscape with Muckish, Errigal and the Derryveagh mountains all easily reachable. The Irish word Creeslough means "The Belt of Lakes" - a reference to the many small lakes that surround the village. Some of these lakes are excellent for fishing.
Ideal Tour Base for North West Donegal
Cresslough is centrally located among the main holiday resorts on the North Donegal coastline â€“ Portnablagh, Dunfanaghy, Downings and Carrigart. Windsurfing, water-skiing, scuba diving, canoeing and sailing are all available in this region. There are also a number of magnificent beaches located within a short driving dis ...