DescriptionWaterchase is a four bedroom self-catering holiday home with four bedrooms to sleep up to ten. From the front, its compact appearance belies the spacious interior.
On entering, one finds a comfortable lounge to the left and a ground floor bedroom to the right. In front, the staircase to the upstairs bedrooms. Further down the passage, the main bathroom on the right, and a large fully equipped kitchen and dining area to the rear of the house. Double French Doors allow access to the yard, and there is also a small utility room.
Upstairs, there are three bedrooms and another separate bathroom. The master bedroom has its own en-suite.
Outside, a neat patch of lawn separates the front of the house from the street. At the rear of the house, one finds an enclosed, fenced backyard, with a small patio area.
The cottage is situated in the Doonwood complex just north of Buncrana, in a cul-de-sac close to the banks of the Crana River. It is a quiet and peaceful location perfect for Families.
Fully insulated, double glazed and centrally heated, Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are all included. Suitable for larger families or groups, this lovely home from home has all you will need to make your stay an experience you will want to repeat.
- No Parties
- No Smoking
- No lit candles
- No occupants allowed other than what is specified at time of booking (Max. 10)
- No pets allowed (Guide Dogs permitted)
The town of Buncrana is a mere ten-minute walk away, and you will find a choice of shops, supermarkets, pubs, banks, restaurants, and other service providers and retailers to satisfy your needs.
A short walk will take you to the nearby Tullyarvan Mill, - a renovated picturesque 19th-century corn mill situated on the banks of the Crana River. It is now a community, cultural and hostel centre.
Along the scenic Shore Front seafront walk there is a superb free kids play area with an all-weather surface which can provide hours of entertainment for children of all ages.
For the golf enthusiast, Buncrana Golf Club (Ireland's oldest 9-hole links course) is only a short 5 min. drive along the coast just within the town boundary. There is also a fantastic 18-hole course, the Northwest Golf Club, located just two minutes further in Lisfannon.
Having hosted the Irish Open in 2018, the world famous Ballyliffin Golf Course is a must play for any golfer visiting Inishowen! Boasting two 18-hole links courses and the newly added 9-hole par-three courses, Ballyliffin G.C. is only twenty minutes drive to the north from the holiday home.
The Crana is probably one of the finest salmon fishing rivers in the northwest and day licences are available from the local angling club.]
Walkers will enjoy rambling along the banks of the river, and there is a well laid out path at Swan Park. A spectacular coastal walk can be enjoyed which starts from the old castle bridge and follows a path along the shoreline to Neds Point, Porthaw Beach, Fr Hegartys Rock, and ends at Stragill Beach.
There are also many hiking trails to follow in Inishowen offering breathtaking views with varying degrees of difficulty but the reward is always worth it!