Description(Reference number: 62583)
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way route, The Gables is an elegant self-catering vacation rental which can be described as comfortable, warm and inviting. A luxury retreat strategically situated to explore the south and west Donegal Coastline.
Donegal’s coastline zigs and zags with endless deserted white sandy beaches. Visitors can discover Slieve League Cliffs, one of the highest sea cliffs in Europe. Stay local to Laghey and Donegal Town and explore its fabulous coastal walks, and beautiful beaches, try our Championship Golf Course at Murvagh, go Surfing in Bundoran which has been championed by CNN and National Geographic as one of the world’s top surfing towns, take a boat trip on Irelands largest waterbus to see the seals, or enjoy some deep sea fishing.
The Gables consists of four bedrooms, and can accommodate up to eight guests. It has a fully fitted kitchen with modern conveniences, sliding doors link the kitchen to a spacious and snug sitting room with 50’ TV. Another set of sliding doors lead into a sun room. The sun room is a place where you could sit yourself down and enjoy a welcoming cut of tea or a glass of wine while relaxing and looking onto the garden.
The property has four bedrooms. The master bedroom is en-suite, A second spacious bedroom with king sized bed is adjacent to a large upstairs bathroom. Downstairs are two bedrooms both with feature, full length high arched windows which allows sunlight to flood the bedrooms with their polished wood floors and warm-coloured walls. A shower room is located adjacent to the two bedrooms on the ground floor. Wifi is available throughout the property.
The Gables is on the Wild Atlantic Way route, five minutes’ walk to Laghey Village, and five minutes’ drive to the beautiful Murvagh beach and Murvagh Links Golf Course, and within 5 km of Donegal Town and Donegal Craft Village.
Laghey has two great restaurants the ‘Flower Pot’ and the ‘Pantry’ and two well-known pubs, ‘The Seven Arches’ and ‘The Dew Drop Inn’ both offering traditional Irish music. ‘The Dew Drop Inn’ bar and lounge are famous for their traditional music nights on every Tuesday and Saturday. Laghey has a Supermarket with postal and ATM facilities, Petrol station and shop open from 6am-11pm
Ten minutes’ drive will take you to beautiful Rossnowlagh beach.
Donegal has the best of everything Ireland has to offer, wild scenery, warm local hospitality, a host of outdoor pursuits and the best part is that you only have to drive a few miles in any direction to come to a beach that your can have completely to yourself. Donegal is a place like no other on the island, a land of unspoilt splendour where stark peaks and sweeping beaches bask in glorious sunshine. It’s no wonder Donegal was named as the ‘coolest place on the planet for 2017’ by National Geographic Traveller. Donegal also received ‘Irelands Hidden Gem’ readers travel award, 2017.
Donegal Town is a fairytale of a place, it features a charming harbour, Donegal Castle steeped in history, a Waterbus where you can take a trip down Donegal Bay, Donegal Craft Village which has become a showcase for contemporary arts and crafts in the country. Donegal town is also home to the famous ‘Magee’s of Donegal’, Magee’s specialise in designing and weaving natural fibre fabrics in their mill in Donegal. Magee’s tweed suits are recognised all over the world.
Donegal people are warm hearted and friendly, lovers of traditional music and dance. The town is packed with little restaurants serving amazing food. Its pubs and hotels offer traditional music and entertainment nightly. ‘Up here it's different’, as the saying goes, and it’s true. Donegal is the wild child of Ireland, with its wild, spectacular scenery, warm locals and top hospitality. Follow the Wild Atlantic Way and when you get here, go where the locals go..