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Relax in the hills of Donegal

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If you look for nature pure in a most beautiful setting off the beaten track, this place is for you!
We are tucked into the beautiful Donegal hills offering a homely private room with a cosy double bed, bathroom with sauna - a place to really relax!

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Driveway through the trees

Driveway through the trees

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Pet Owner: Dog(s)


Weekly Price: $264 /week
Cancellation: Flexible


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1 night minimum stay
The back of our house with lovely views looking to Aghla mountain

The back of our house with lovely views looking to Aghla mountain

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About the Host, Marion

Fintown, Ireland
Member since February 2014
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour

  • Marion
  • Lough Muck

    Between Lough Finn and our house you'll find this beautiful lake steeped in Irish myth's (find the stone monument passing by) - we can tell you the story!

  • Scraigs

    Aghla's little "brother". A hill worth climbing and taking in the beautiful views... and all in walking distance from our house.

  • Fintown

    The Railway Inn. Pub overlooking Lough Finn. Stop for a pint or a game of pool. You can also purchase the fishing license for Lough Finn here. The very rare Arctic Chart is just one of it's fishes

  • Aghla Mountain

    Follow the way from our house to the top of this astonishing mountain. There are some lovely lakes on the top, and the view is - well experience it yourself!

  • Fintown

    Fintown Railway.
    Lovely old restored train. Enter and step back in time to travel along the most beautiful setting, lake Lough Finn with Aghla mountain over-towering it. Open in the holiday season.

    Fintown Donegal
  • Lough Ea

    The lake with the shortest name in Europe in the heart of the Blustacks and in walking distance from our house and the Glen tavern.

  • Edeninfagh

    Tiny village overlooking the Blue Stack hills on route between the Glen tavern, Lough Ea and a ghost house (we can tell you all about it!).

    Edeninfagh Donegal
  • Drumnaha

    Follow the "yellow man" from Drumnaha/Fintown to Doochary and you will enjoy one of the nicest walks! We also call it "the honeymoon way" (-:

  • Greenans

    The Glen Tavern. Traditional Pub between our house and Glenties. Renowned for it's traditional sessions and festivals. If you look for a long night with good music and craig we recommend!

  • Bluestack mountains

    Great area for hiking. Wild, beautiful, lonely. There seems to be always a blue hue around the hills, so the name seems just right. There is still an airplane wreck from world war II on of these hills

  • Cloghan

    The salmon leap.
    A special little place if you want to watch the salmon leaping out of the water or indeed for fly fishing.

    Cloghan Donegal
  • Glenties

    Little town in the heart of Donegal. Many bars, shops, places for eating out. We recommend the Highland Hotel for regular trad sessions and the famous yearly Fiddlers gathering

    Glenties Donegal
  • Dooey

    If you look for a beach where you can walk and walk being nearly alone, a beach with brilliant surf and impressive wide sand dunes, Dooey beach is the one. Bring a picknick and just relax!

  • Glenveagh National Park

    Perfect day trip: Enjoy the drive through the breathtaking landscape from Fintown to Glenveagh and take in all the park has to offer: castle, gardens, woodland, the lake, the little coffee house...

  • Nancy's Bar

    Lovely bar with lots of little corners and places to sit. We recommend it especially for the bar food, which is of great taste and quality

    Front Street Ardara Donegal N/A
  • Naran

    A wide, wide beach, an island which you can explore at low tide, cafe's, bars, a golf club ... only 1/2 hour drive from us

    Naran Donegal
  • Glengesh Pass

    When you travel Ardara to Carrick on route to the highest sea cliffs you'll find this astonishing, deep pass. Very impressive to drive up or down the steep windy road with most amazing few from top

  • The Lobster Pot

    Pub and Restaurant offering good menu with fish and seafood

  • Maghera

    Another beautiful rather secluded beach. At low tide you can access some caves along the shore, good adventure for children!

  • Slieve League

    The highest see cliffs in Europe. Breathtaking! But also the drive from our house to the cliffs is is an added bonus as you want to stop for many photos on you way!

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