Lowlands Cottage is a superb modern holiday cottage located outside the holiday village of Rathmullan in North West Donegal. This newly built holiday accommodation is finished to a very high standard with a strong emphasis on space and natural light in each area of the house. The cottage is situated on an elevated site overlooking Lough Swilly - "The Lake of Shadows"
The cottage can accommodate up to 7 people in both style and comfort. There is a luxury master bedroom with excellent ensuite facilities, walk in wardrobe and lovely views of Lough Swilly and the Inishowen Peninsula. In addition there are 3 spacious single bedrooms and another double bedroom.
The holiday village of Rathmullan is a 10 minute drive away. Here you will find a number of fine restaurants, an equestrian centre, childrens playground, sailing school, two charter boats (for deep sea angling and sightseeing) and a safe sandy beach. At the pier area a car ferry to Buncrana on the Inishowen Peninsula operates during the summer months. Otway Golf Club - and a number of small secluded beaches - are located 1 km from the holiday home.
Superb Golf Links and Beach at Portsalon
Lowlands Cottage is situated near the begining of spectacular Knockalla coast road that runs along the eastern shores of the Fanad Peninsula. This road offers a spectacular drive overlooking Lough Swilly and the Inishowen hills. A 10 minute drive along this road will bring you to the holiday village of Portsalon where you will find a wonderful blue flag beach and a top class golf course. Portsalon Golf Club has been extensively redesigned in the last few years and is now one of the finest links courses in Donegal.
The Fanad Peninsula
The Fanad Peninsula itself stretches north from the village of Milford via Kerrykeel to Fanad Head and back down to the quaint Georgian village of Ramelton via Portsalon and Rathmullan. It has some of the most remarkable cliff scenery in Ireland, including outstanding examples of marine erosion. The peninsula has numerous bays, glorious beaches, rugged mountains, rolling hills and numerous sm ...