DescriptionDanny Byrne and Castle Estate Agents powered by Keller Williams are delighted to present to the open market - Shoreview B & B. - a 6 bedroom guesthouse ( 4 en-suite ) out the outskirts of Dunkineely on the Wild Atlantic Way. Sitting on over half an acre site the sale will also include a lodge to the rear with a further 2/3 bedrooms. Operated very successfully as a guesthouse it could also lend itself to other uses, such as a private family home. The house is presented in excellent condition and is very well presented both internally and externally.
This property should be viewed to appreciate its many features and the beauty of the countryside location and views. All these positives along with its proximity to the local area amenities and quality education and medical facilities will make Shoreview B & B a great purchase.Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this beautiful property and by appointment only.
Dunkineely (Irish: D�n Cionnaola, meaning "Kinealy's fort") is a small village in County Donegal, Ireland. It is situated 11 miles from the town of Donegal and 6 miles from Killybegs on the N56 National secondary road. It is a small single street village with a population of around 300 in its surroundings. There is a dun on the edge of the village from which Dunkineely derives its name. The village lies at the top of St John's Point, a narrow peninsula jutting seven miles into Donegal Bay.Dunkineely lies at approximately 150m above sea level. It is the larger of two villages in the parish of Killaghtee, the other being Bruckless, now the location of the Roman Catholic parish church. Nearby is the ancient parish church of Killaghtee. In the old graveyard there is one of the oldest Celtic crosses in Ireland, the Killaghtee Cross.The population is a mix of Roman Catholic and Protestant (Methodist and Church of Ireland). Employment in the area relies on seasonal fishing and mixed agriculture as well as service and light industry in the nearby towns of Killybegs and Donegal town.