Our property is a newly renovated 3 Bedroom cottage with all modern appliences set in a beautiful rural and scenic part of Donegal........this is ideal for people who want to get away and go back in time......Peace and Quiet!!!!!
3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Living Room, Bathroom.
Full house access
Interaction with Guests
The Wild Atlantic Way...........
The most stunning scenery in Ireland...!!!!
Need a car......this is rural Ireland at its best.
Other Things to Note
We spent Christmas in this lovely little spot in Donegal. Declan was an obliging host, easy to contact and prompt with his replies. He was helpful with our questions flexible with our late arrival!
The cottage it's self is beautifully positioned only a couple of minutes stroll to the beach and the views from the front are lovely. Inside the cottage is newly renovated and generally well equipped. We were however lacking a few basics. We were 6 people but there were only 3 towels which proved tricky! There was no washing up equipment or cloths for cleaning the kitchen and only one tea towel. All little things which I'm sure will be remedied. It could also maybe have used another sofa but what was there was nice.
All in all we enjoyed our stay and easily cooked Christmas dinner for 6. The area is stunning and I would definitely recommend a stay here.
Also with it being christmas it was lovely that a great effort had been made with a tree and decorations, thanks Declan!
After collecting the keys of the house from a very welcoming Declan in Donegal Town, we travelled onwards through Killybegs to Malinbeg. The house is welcoming in its modern decor - with all conveniences available and a great big Stove fireplace. The house looks out onto the sea and the island of Rathlinn O'Byrne - a really peaceful view. Just a short ramble up the road from the house you find the steps down to a most wonderful beach - An Tra Mor - and you will want to spend all your time there....A corner of Heaven....Between the haymaking(I can still smell the sweet grass ), the turf-gathering and the calling of the sheep we slowly let go of the 'hustle-and-bustle' of our 'normal' lives and settled into the peace of Glencolumcille and its long Summer evenings...wonderful! With Sligo not too far away one thinks of Yeats and his words..."And peace comes dropping slow there..."...Sweet Donegal.