A Spacious and Luxurious Holiday Home
Straid Croi is the perfect holiday home for gatherings of family and friends, walkers and golfers alike to have a great time together under one roof and fully experience everything that beautiful North Donegal has to offer. Ideally located between Creeslough and Dunfanaghy, Straid Croi sits in the tranquillity and beauty of Kildarragh, looking directly onto Muckish Mountain. Itâ€™s within touching distance of ArdsFriary, Ards Forest Park and its blue flag beach.
This luxurious and spacious 6 bedroom house with sumptuous king-sized and double beds, 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite) is furnished to high quality throughout. The house, flexibly caters for up to 14 people (7 beds) and pets, in a totally relaxing and therapeutic atmosphere.
The large, fully equipped kitchen and relaxing lounge with wood burner are the focal points at the end of the day to wind down and enjoy each otherâ€™s company. The children (as well as the adults) have the option of a snug room (6th bedroom), with 40" TV, a selection of DVDs, Nintendo 64 & board games to keep them occupied and content.
Ideal Base to Explore North West Donegal
The central location of Straid Croi is ideal, as it offers a huge choice of activities and sites within a short drive, to suit all ages of active or less active minds and moods.
The bustling town of Dunfanaghy, with its many boutique shops, restaurants, and pubs is a 6 min drive, the Blue Flag Marble Hill Beach and Portnablagh Harbour 4 mins and the renowned Ards Forest Park within walking distance, as well as some of the most beautiful scenery and walks in Europe nearby. You will struggle to find a better collection of unspoilt beaches, such as Killyhoey, Tramore, Ards, Downings Back Strand and the Friary anywhere in the world.
Activities For All
Whether you are walking the dogs, building sand castles, surfing, body boarding, fishing, site seeing, horse riding, golfing, cycling or just relaxing, you will not fail to see and experience something different and amazing every day.
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