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IrelandDonegalGreencastleWhin Cottage - Greencastle, Donegal

€500 / week
€50.00 10th Aug 20

Whin Cottage - Greencastle, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Mar 1, 2021
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Donegal Holiday Cottages
Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Non Smoker
Property Facilities
Washing Machine
Central Heating
Pets Allowed
Sea Views


Charming cottage set back from road with fantastic views of Lough Foyle, North Coast and the Atlantic Ocean. Whin Cottage is close to the seaside villages of Greencastle and Moville. It has been renovated to a high standard  and includes central heating and an open fire. The cottage is over 100 years old and the renovations were carefully designed to preserve the traditional charm and cosy atmosphere. Location The cottage provides the ideal location for getting away from it all and exploring the beautiful Inishowen Peninsula. You can use the new car ferry services at Greencastle and Buncrana to travel either eastwards along the north coast of Ireland or westwards to the rugged beauty of west Donegal. A 30 min. drive takes you to the Historic City of Derry with its unique, intact walls and meandering riverfront walks. From the cottage it is a short walk to the beach beside the lighthouse at Dunagree Point. Here you will find a beautiful, sandy beach, with car park and toilet facilities, suitable for children and swimming activities. Life guards on duty during summer months. Local Actitivties and Attractions Sailing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding and water park Shore Walks (Shore Path from Moville to Greencastle) Beautiful local beaches e.g. Kinnegoe Bay Shopping in Derry (30 min drive) Millennium Theatre Derry Summer festivals e.g. Vintage Car Rally Sea Angling Golfing (Greencastle, Redcastle, Ballyliffin) Hill Walking Scenic Tours of Inishowen and Causeway Coastline Greencastle Maritime Museum The Cairn Visitors Centre LeisureLand at Redcastle Hotel Greencastle-Magilligan Ferry Doagh Island Famine Village The Guns of Dunree Military Museum Malin Head, Ireland's most northerly point