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IrelandDonegalRameltonMountain View - Ramelton, Donegal

€350 / week
€25.00 5th Dec 12 Show 4 More

Mountain View - Ramelton, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 17, 2020
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Newly built modern three bedroom country cottage situated five minutes from the old world village of Ramelton. This stylish house can accommodate up to five people and offers bright and spacious living accommodation allowing guests to feel at home and relax.  The cottage is ideally situated as a base for  exploring the many treasures to be found in County Donegal and the wider North West region. Ramelton The town is named from Ráth Mealtáin, (Gaelic for "the fort of Mealtan"), an early Gaelic chieftain. The fort is said to lie under the ruins of a medieval castle of the O Donnells, the ruling family of West Donegal before their exile to mainland Europe in 1607. Ramelton was settled by English and Scots planters during the Ulster plantation of the 17th century and is the site of the oldest Presbyterian church in Ireland. The town with its old Georgian buildings, winding streets and river running alongside it has managed to retain its own world character while providing the modern facilities such as shops, pubs and restaurants.  Ramelton is situated 8miles from Letterkenny which is Donegal’s primary town & close to the renowned Knockalla Drive along the wild Atlantic coast. The recently renovated Town Hall is the venue for a variety of entertainment including concerts and stage plays. The weekly Country Market is renowned for fresh vegetables, home baking and local handcrafted gifts. The village has many quaint pubs - the Bridge Bar is a highly regarded music venue while Conway's Pub enables the visitor to take a step back in time. Located along the beautiful quay is the building that houses the Ramelton Heritage Centre and Donegal Ancestry - the latter enabling you to trace your Donegal ancestors. The towns famous village fair ’the Lennon Festival’ runs in June of each year. The river Lennon is famed for its salmon fishing while deep sea fishing and a sailing school are also available in nearby Rathmullan.  The area is blessed with many tranquil walkways, ideal for country strolls and for the more adventurous there are a variety of walking challenges including mountain & forest walks in surrounding locations. Glenleary riding stables offer equestrian activities for both the novice and experienced rider and there are a variety of renowned links golf courses  and tranquil sandy beaches within a short distance of Ramelton. Surrounding Area Ramelton is centrally situated in North West Donegal which means that Mountain View is ideally located to explore this beautiful part of Ireland. There are numerous scenic drives within half an hours drive of the holiday home - including the spectacular Knockalla Coast Road and the breathtaking Atlantic Drive. Within the same distance there are several villages - Rathmullan, Portsalon, Kerrykeel, Carrigart, Downings -  each with very different character and all worth a visit.
  • Nearest Village:  Ramelton 2 km
  • Beach: Stone beach 5min drive or 25min walk/ sandy beach 15min drive
  • Golf Courses: Portsalon Golf Course 30min drive. Letterkenny Golf Course 10min drive. Rosapenna golf course 25min drive. Otway Golf Course 15min drive
  • Donegal Genealogy Centre
  • Rathmullan Flight of the Earls Exhibition
  • Renowned Atlantic Coast Drive
  • Glenveagh Castle