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IrelandDonegalBallyliffinMullagh House - Ballyliffin, Donegal

€550 / week
€20.00 29th Oct 16 Show 3 More

Mullagh House - Ballyliffin, Donegal

6 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 24, 2020
#3 of 22 Properties Viewed in Ballyliffin
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Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Nestled against the  slopes of Binnion Hill, this well appointed, large 6 bedroom home provides the ideal location for  large families  or groups wishing to visit Ballyliffin. Spectacular panoramic views  are afforded from all directions, especially over  Pollan Bay, the golf course, Trawbreaga Bay and the surrounding hills.A large L shaped deck positioned to the rear and side of the house allows one to take in the breathtaking views afforded from this spectacular location. Views Watching the ever changing moods of the weather, casting a different light over land and sea. From a dull grey to a shimmering, sparkling turquoise sea, or subtly changing browns, yellows and greens on the land, one cannot tire from this unique view.While enjoying a glass of Chardonnay, one can with binoculars watch the golfers at their activities on the links of the Ballyliffin Golf Club, - or, if you are not already playing the course ... don your hiking boots, cross the road in front of the house, and have a go at climbing Binion Hill, just in front.Also from the deck, one can observe the old observation tower atop Banbas Crown marking Irelands most northerly point at Malin Head. Over to the right, Trawbreaga Bay, where the rise and fall of the tides is clearly visible, as the bay appears completely drained at low tide. Local Attractions Just behind the golf course, on the Isle of Doagh, one can take a 15 minute drive, and visit the increasingly  popular Famine Village, an outside permanent exhibition of displays telling the story of Ireland during the great famine of the 1840s. At different times of the year, the centre transforms, - a music and dance venue in July and August, or Santas Village in December.Should you wish to attend these events, early booking is essential to ensure that you do not have to travel from far to attend.In Ballyliffin itself, there are five hotels and more pubs and restaurants, including the facilities at the Golf Club to avail of. Further away, but not more than a half hour drive, the towns of Carndonagh, Clonmany, Malin and Culdaff.Of note, Culdaff has McGrorys Pub and restaurant and the famous BackRoom bar, a music venue which has had star performers from all over the world. - They also serve great food.