Situated off the R238, between Muff and Quigley's Point, in the Ture area; - a group of five cottages are clustered together, nestling on a slope at the foot of Iskaheen mountain and overlooking Lough Foyle.
Grouped around a central "courtyard" area like a small village square, there are four cottages forming a part of single L shaped structure, with a separate detached cottage, completing the open square formation. The cottages are adjacent to Mary Deeney's bar and restaurant - a favourite among locals and tourists alike.
House 1, has wheelchair access and is a ground floor apartment with open plan kitchen & living room with 1 double bedroom and sofa - also pulls out to a double bed
Each cottage is different from the other, with its own unique "character"; some with thatched or tiled roofing, some with stone faced walls and others in white painted plaster.
All the cottages have the same basic features and quality throughout, though they will differ in style, size, and appearance. They all have double glazing and oil fired central heating for warmth and comfort; - and all have fully fitted kitchens and at least one bathroom. (Three cottages also have en-suites). Positioned on the eastern side of the Inishowen Peninsula, the east facing cottages have views of Lough Foyle.
Tariffs will vary according to size and facilities, but we are sure there is a cottage to suit your particular needs.
At Christmas. the complex is (suitably) transformed into a magical venue for children to visit Santa, with a sleigh and a large nativity set. The cottages are all lit up, and there is a large illuminated "Christmas tree". (for the Foyle Hospice Charity.)
Muff is the nearest village, 5km away, it just a 5 minute drive to the south, and it is close to the Northern Ireland border and the city of Derry, which is 8km away.
In an area known as Iskaheen, slightly north west of Muff, is St.Patrick's Church, with a burial-ground, and this interesting plaque mounted on the wall of a nearby ruin.
It states that Eoghan (or Owen), aft ...