Radharc na Locha is a beautifully restored 2 storey Irish farmhouse with an idyllic setting overlooking Shannagh Lake near the Atlantic shoreline of the Fanad Peninsula in North Donegal. The holiday home lies along the route of Irelands Wild Atlantic Way and is just 5km from one of its 'Signature Points' - Fanad Head Lighthouse.
Tastefully Restored Irish Farmhouse with Lake Views
The holiday home has 3 spacious first floor bedrooms to sleep 6 comfortably. The bright master bedroom has a stylish ensuite facility. The double bedroom to the back of the house has views of Shannagh Lake and the Atlantic Ocean. A bedroom to the front of the house has a single bed that can be converted to a double bed with a pull-out mattress. There is also a tastefully decorated bathroom on the first floor.
On the ground floor there is large modern kitchen with the kitchen sink window enjoying lovely lake views There is a small dining table in the kitchen and a more traditional dining room opening out from the kitchen. The living room enjoys lake views and is furnished and decorated in an Irish farmhouse style. There is a lawn to one side of the house with paving to the front back and other side. The paved area to the back is the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy the lake views.
Visitors to the holiday home have rights to fish on Shannagh Lake which has both natural and stocked brown trout. Fishing is from the shore only - no boats are allowed on the lake. Other fishing lakes nearby include Kinny Lake and Kindrum Lake. Sea fishing is also popular along the northern coastline of the Fanad Peninsula.
The Beautiful Fanad Peninsula
Although situated in a peaceful rural location, the holiday home is within easy driving distance of some major tourist amenities. The ISA Approved Adventure One Surf School is based at the fabulous Ballyhiernan Strand which is just 3km away. A pitch and putt course is just across the road from the beach. The top class links golf course and blue flag beach at Portsalon are just over 7km away. The Harry Blaney Bridge over Mulroy Bay means the t ...