No 3 Woodbrook Cottage is a modern holiday home located in a very attractive development on the outskirts of the popular holiday village of Rathmullan in North Donegal. The holiday home is less than 100 metres from the beautiful Kinnegar Strand and only 500 metres from Rathmullan House Hotel which features the award winning Weeping Elm Restaurant and the the quaint Cellar Bar. In addition all the amenities in the village - shops, pubs, restaurants, equestrian centre and children's playground - are within easy walking distance.
The holiday holiday home has comfortable accommodation for up to 10 people. There are 3 traditional bedrooms - two double bedrooms (one with ensuite facilities) and a bedroom with 2 sets of bunk beds. A slightly quirky feature is the presence of a full double bed in the large first floor living area.
The holiday home effectively has 3 separate living areas. These include a large furnished conservatory overlooking the back lawn, a spacious first floor living room with open fireplace and a games room with full pool table and built in seating area. All 3 areas - and 2 of the bedrooms - have TV's with satellite freeview.
The village of Rathmullan and the surrounding area is very popular with visitors who return each year to relax and enjoy the scenic beauty of this wonderful part of Donegal. The village is surrounded by glorious coastal and mountain scenery. The historic heritage village of Ramelton is just 7 miles away and Portsalon - with its blue flag beach and top class golf links - is 11 miles along the spectacular Knockalla Coast Road.
Local Activities / Attractions
Enjoy pony trekking at the Golden Sands Equestrian Centre
Take a trip along the spectacular Knockalla Coast Road
Golf at Portsalon Golf Club. This classic 18 hole links course is 20 minutes drive from the cottage
Go sea angling or sight seeing on Lough Swilly - there are 2 licensed charter boats at Rathmullan Pier
Enjoy beautiful unspoilt beaches on your doorstep â€“ Kinnegar Strand, Rathmullan, Portsalon
Take a day trip to Tory Island
Climb Muckish and Errigal. ...