DescriptionStatue of Liberty House is a modern 4 bedroom holiday home in a wonderful setting overlooking Gweebarra Bay towards the imposing sand dunes of Dooey Beach. The holiday home is located along the Wild Atlantic Way and is centrally located among a number of popular tourist destinations in this part of West Donegal including Glenties (9km), Narin (8km), Portnoo (10km) and Lettermacaward (2km). The Hertigae Town of Ardara is 12km to the south while Dungloe – the capital of the Rosses – is 16km to the north.
Stunning Coastal Views
To take full advantage of the lovely coastal views outside the holiday home has a beautiful sun room that runs the full length of the front of the house. The room has comfortable sofa and armchair furniture as well as a small dining table with chairs. It is the perfect spot to relax and watch the activity on Gweebarra Bay – the evening sunsets are particularly breathtaking.
The holiday home has 4 double bedrooms to sleep 8 people comfortably. One bedroom is ensuite and there is a large shower room. There is a fully equipped modern kitchen with dining area. The living room is comfortably furnished and has a large flat screen tv with gas effect fire. There are good sized lawns to the front and back of the house.
The replica Statue of Liberty located on the front lawn has become a renowned local landmark and has been referred to in the national media on numerous occasions.
Ideal Walking Terrain
The winding coastal roads and inland mountain tracks that surround the holiday home provide ideal walking terrain for the keen rambler. Cycling is a popular local activity and a dedicated cycle route passes in front of the house. In the wider region around the holiday home there are a number of Waymarked Way walking routes including Slí na Finne and the renowned Bluestack Way.
Golf and Beaches Nearby
Just over 9 km from the holiday home is the fabulous Blue Flag Beach at Narin. Narin and Portnoo Golf Course if located along the length of this beautiful beach and provides the golfer with a true links course challenge. Rosbeg and Dooey are two other excellent beaches in the locality - with a surf school based at the latter.
The nearby Gweebarra River is a renowned fishing river. Indeed the area around both Glenties and Dungloe has been described as a fisherman's paradise. The Owenea River runs through Glenties town and is famous for its salmon and trout fishing. The Rosses area around Dungloe has over 130 lakes, many of them excellent for fishing.
The holiday home is also a central base to attend the various annual festivals and other organised events that take place in this part of Donegal. In Glenties there is the Patrick McGill Summer School, the Harvest Fair Festival and the Fiddlers Weekend. In Dungloe there is the Internationally renowned Mary from Dungloe Festival and a festival dedicated to the local writer Peadar O'Donnell. In Portnoo there is an annual seafood festival.
Wild Atlantic Way.
The holiday home is also a great central base for those wishing to explore the Wild Atlantic Way in West and South West Donegal. All along the coast from Arranmore Island to the dramatic Cliffs at Slieve League there are numerous headlands, rocky outcrops, sandy coves, islands, small harbours and some of the finest beaches in Ireland.