The Gailey's is a 5 bedroom holiday home located on an elevated and private site above the quaint beach and golf resort of Portsalon on the Fanad Peninsula in North Donegal. With mature gardens and sheltered by trees the site enjoys superb views over Ballymastoker Bay towards Knockalla Mountain.
The holiday home can accommodate up to 10 people in 5 bedrooms. There is a living area with open fireplace and a lovely sun room enjoying sea and mountain views. The centre piece of the well equipped kitchen is an Aga Range. The holiday home garden is enclosed by trees and shrubs. There is a patio area with outdoor furniture and bbq. There is a table tennis table and outdoor games as well as some wet suits and body boards.
The Beach and Golf Resort of Portsalon
From the front door it is just 1km down to the beautiful pier and sandy cove at Portsalon. Here there is a restaurant and the renowned Stores Bar. There is also a watersports shop where kayaks, pedal boats and boogie boards can be rented. A hundred metres from the pier is the start a superb Blue Flag Beach that stretches all along Ballymastoker Bay to the foot of Knockalla Mountain.
The Club House of Portsalon Golf Course is also just 1km from the holiday home. This superb 18 hole links courses is one of the true hidden golf gems in Ireland.
Wild Atlantic Way
Portsalon lies along the route of Irelands Wild Atlantic Way. Perhaps one of the most scenic drives along this route is the Knockalla Coast Road just to the south of Portsalon. 11 km to the north is the iconic Fanad Head Lighthouse. This is one of the Signature Points on the Wild Atlantic Way and is now open to the public.
Local Attractions / Amenities
Enjoy beautiful unspoilt beaches in the locality â€“ as well as Portsalon there are fine beaches at Sessiagh, Ballyhiernan, Ballywhoriskey and Rathmullan
Golf at Portsalon Golf Club â€“ a classic 18 hole links course.
Enjoy the sports and games facilities available at the Rockhill Caravan and Activity Park in Kerrykeel
Go fly fishing at the Meadows fishery in nearby Rosnakill