Sandhill House is a modern 4 bedroom holiday home located in the popular beach and surfing resort of Rossnowlagh in South Donegal. This well appointed self catering accommodation is situated in a small development just over 500 metres from the beach.
Sandhill House is tastefully furnished and decorated throughout. The cosy living room and conservatory style dining are located to the front of the house and enjoy sea views. In addition to the ensuite bedroom there is also a shower room and a bathroom. A furnished patio area is perfect for al fresco dining.
An Ideal Base for a Beach Holiday
With Rossnowlagh Strand on the doorstep Sandhill House is an ideal base for beach and surfing enthusiasts. There are a number of local surfing schools including the Finn McCool Surf School. In addition to surfing this large beach is popular for walking, swimming, kite flying and windsurfing. During the holiday season Rossnowlagh is a vibrant resort with a good choice of quality eating and drinking venues including Smugglers Creek, The Gaslight and the Surfers Bar in the Sandhouse Hotel.
Sandhill House is also with easy driving distance of 3 of Donegalâ€™s most popular tourist towns â€“ Ballyshannon, Bundoran and Donegal Town . All have major festivals and organised events including the Sea Sessions in Bundoran, the Ballyshannon Folk Festival and the Taste of Donegal Food Festival in Donegal Town. Bundoran has a range of outdoor and indoor tourist amenities, while both Ballyshannon and Donegal Town have numerous sites of historic interest.
Local Amenities / Attractions
* Surfing - Rossnowlagh has excellent surfing and the European Championships have been held here a number of times. There are a number of local surfing schools including the Finn McCool Surf School.
* Golf â€“ the superb 18 hole championship links courses at Murvagh, near Donegal Town is just 8km away. Bundoran Golf Club (18km) is also a fine test of Golf
* Crafts â€“ Britton and Daughters Gallery is located beside the Sandhouse Hotel. On display you will find a vast array of artwork by Barry Britton and his daughter Eask ...