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IrelandDonegalBallyliffinWillowtree Cottage - Ballyliffin, Donegal

€400 / week

Willowtree Cottage - Ballyliffin, Donegal

3 beds Cottage Refreshed on Jan 20, 2020
#7 of 22 Properties Viewed in Ballyliffin
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Tel: 0044 287 135 6080
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Willowtree Cottage is available for weekly rental throughout the year, and for weekend rental during off-peak periods. Willowtree Cottage is fully equipped with kitchenware and utensils, bed linen, Television, DVD player, Video Recorder and stereo system. Bedrooms are designed to sleep six adults comfortably, in two double rooms and 1 twin room. Master bedroom and ground floor bedroom are ensuite, with main bathroom available on first floor. Set in the picturesque village of Ballyliffin on Donegal's Atlantic Coast, Willowtree Cottage is located in Aughrim Heights, a small development of luxury 3-bedroom homes. Furnished and equipped to the highest standards, Willowtree Cottage is ideally located for exploring the Inishowen Peninsula, playing a couple of rounds at Ballyliffin's renowned Championship Golf Course, or just relaxing in one of Ireland's most scenic and tranquil resorts. Ballyliffin Ballyliffin village is approximately 30 minutes drive from Derry City, 45 minutes drive from Letterkenny, 2 hours drive from Belfast and 4 hours drive from Dublin. Ballyliffin is in a lovely scenic area of the Inishowen Peninsula, surrounded by hills, near the mouth of Trawbreaga Bay and the sentinel rock known as Glashedy Island, just off the mainland, which can be viewed from many vantage points. Isle of Doagh Famine Village Perhaps the most popular attraction on nearby Doagh Island has to be the Famine Village. This is a family run outdoor museum, with displays and models depicting buildings and tableaux of life in Ireland during the great famine of the 1840's and onward. When visiting, you must go on the guided tour for a most fascinating account of the local history, traditions and customs. Refreshments are served afterwards. In the summer months, the centre has live music and dance performed by local artists, and in December, the centre transforms into Santa's Lapland; magic, for young and old alike! A popular local activity, (to mention just one) is hill walking; - perfect for the area, although the main attraction here has to be the very popular Ballyliffin Golf Club, unique for its 2 links; the old and the new, and a great new state-of-the-art clubhouse. Visitor Attractions Around Ballyliffin and within less than half an hours driving; some other attractions include: * Glennevin Waterfall at Clonmany. * Malin Head, Irelands most northerly point. * Fort Dunree Military Museum with its Naval Guns. * The town of Carndonagh. * The Maritime Museum and Planetarium at Greencastle * The town of Culdaff with the famous McGrory's Pub, Restaurant, Hotel and Mac's Backroom Bar - a venue where you can be assured of good service, nice food, a blazing turf fire, and great craic. A venue for musical talent from all parts of the country and around the world. The Backroom Bar has hosted many top names in music. Not much further: * The town of Buncrana, which has a ferry link across Lough Swilly to Rathmullan. * The historical and picturesque village of Fahan, with its yacht marina. * The Griannan of Aileach, an ancient stone ring fort at the southern end of Inishowen. * The city of Derry, with its historical walled old town.