DescriptionSeaside Cottages, Bunbeg provides modern self-catering accommodation in a spectacular location. Located 100 metres from the golden sandy beaches of Magheraclocher close to Bunbeg Village, Gweedore, County Donegal. With its iconic 'Bád Eddie' ship wreck and offshore islands, this is the ideal location to relax and unwind in the heart of the Donegal Gaeltacht.
These attractive 3 bedroomed holiday homes can sleep up to 7 people in comfort. They are internally spacious with a separate living room, dining room, kitchen and separate utility room. The holiday homes are located on the beach and in the perfect spot to enjoy a memorable family holiday in west Donegal.
Bunbeg is located in the Gaeltacht area of north west Donegal where the Irish language is still very much alive. The area is home to such groups as Altan and Clannad whose music is imbued with the culture and traditions of the area. Bunbeg offers the visitor an ideal base from which to explore the islands and the surrounding countryside. The area is extremely well served with a variety of shops selling everything from the necessities to locally produced arts and crafts. As befits a small village, Bunbeg has a beautiful little harbour which is built in a sheltered enclave, where the Clady river enters the sea. This is an idyllic holiday location, rich in heritage, culture and a Céad Míle Fáilte unmatched elsewhere.
Local Activities / Attractions
* Take a trip around the spectacular Bloody Foreland
* Golf on nearby Gweedore Golf Club – a challenging 9 hole course.
* Visit Dunlewey Lakeside Centre - Facilities include restaurant, tea-room, craft shop, adventure play areas, pets & animals, storytelling, boat trips on Dunlewey Lake, guided tours and weaving demonstrations.
* Enjoy beautiful unspoilt beaches on your doorstep
* Take a day trip to Tory Island , Inishbofin or Gola Island. The ferry services to Gola and Tory Islands are available from Bunbeg, Magheragalon pier and Magheraroarty several times a day - weather permitting
* Climb Muckish and Errigal. Mount Errigal, the highest mountain in Donegal is a demanding climb and once on the summit you can see for miles around.
* Visit Glenveagh National Park, with 16,000 hectares of mountains, lakes, wood and bogs. Glenveagh contains the largest red deer population in Europe. Within the National Park Glenveagh Castle and gardens are well worth a visit on their own
* Fish for salmon on the Clady river
* Find numerous peaceful roads, country lanes and mountain tracks to walk