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166 Rentals · Dunfanaghy
166 Rentals · Dunfanaghy
A delightful, bright, airy house, located on the approaches to the majestic Horn Head, with views over the fields and shore, and just 1 kilometre from the village of Dunfanaghy. Learn More
The living room is large with a sitting area, as well as dining area, and a superb wood burning stove. There are two bedrooms, each with a double bed, as well as a small kitchen and bathroom.
Sandhill Holiday Apartment is excellent self-catering accommodation located beside the beautiful village of Dunfanaghy on the north coast of Donegal. This superb seaside apartment boasts breathtaking panoramic sea views overlooking Sheephaven Bay. Learn More
One 6ft bed or two single beds. Maximum letting two adults. Travel cot for one child available. Detached apartment with own entrance. Full access to all the space listed plus access to a garden with a sea view I am located just next door so I am on hand most days. Located 2min drive from Dunfanaghy and blue flag beach. Surrounded by beautiful scenery and spectacular walks . Golfers paradise. Top class restaurants Local taxi service. On national bus route.
Facing the beach and Golf Course Sandhill Cottage offers the perfect location to relax. 15 minutes walk to the village, beach or links Golf course there is plenty to help you pass time - or simply relax with the comforts of home indoors. Learn More
Spacious and beautiful bedroom with ocean view. Learn More
Large spacious bedroom with 3, 2windows facing the Ocean. 6ft bed Sofa for two Toaster and Kettle (for your morning breakfast) Your bathroom also looks onto the sea where you can enjoy your morning shower looking out at the view. Luxurious jacuzzi in the bathroom also Guests have private access via the back of the house. You can enjoy privacy of the room as if it was your own cottage. If you need to reach the owner you can do so by phone or email. The owner stays seldom for short s...
Beautiful holiday home in Portnablagh, Dunfanaghy,sea views,400 mtrs to beach. Shops,restaurants and pubs.Surfing,horse-riding,beautiful unspoilt beaches,castles, forests. You have them all here when you stay at our holiday house Dunfanaghy, Donegal. Learn More
Free use of bikes, wet suits, internet and BBQ. A resident housekeeper will stay in touch with you throughout your stay, if required. Friendly neighbours, great surfing, horseriding and lovely pubs and restaurants with fine and casual dining. Going out for the evening - no need to take your car as minibuses operate from the village of Dunfanaghy, taking you home for 2 euros per person. Guide books and other information about places to visit during your stay.
Tucked into the cliffs of Donegal's most dramatic peninsula rests our tranquil cottage retreat. Whether you have come to Horn Head to enjoy its world-renowned walks; to find artistic inspiration from the powerful Atlantic colliding with the resilient land; or merely to take some time to recharge, you have found your ideal base from which to discover this very special corner of Ireland. The Cottage is has high end finishes throughout and is a touch of real luxury in a place of unsurpassed bea...
County Donegal is located in the north east of Ireland. So far north, that Donegal is home to Malin Head, the most northern tip of the Irish mainland. Its Gaelic name ‘Dún na nGall’ translates as “fort of the foreigners”, suggesting much of Donegal’s unique spirit. The county’s motto, ”Up here it’s different”, captures its distinctiveness, and distance from cosmopolitan Dublin. Donegal’s isolation from the rest of Ireland has left it with a mystery and wildness unlike anywhere else. This wildness has shaped its history. Donegal’s rocky and erratic landscape helped it to resist British invasion longer than other parts of Ireland. Blanketed in bog and heather, travelling through Donegal feels like a trip to the real Ireland. A four-hour drive from the capital, Donegal easily repays the journey. With castles, cottages and 300 miles of coastline, it is a special place its visitors truly never forget. Learn More
A 200 year old cottage in beautiful country location .Large living room with big comfy sofas to lounge in while you feed pot bellied stove on chilly evenings or sit outside in large garden and enjoy peace of country side. 2 double bedrooms ,one single room available .Prices are on a per person per night basis. Continental breakfast available.You may also make use of kitchen to prepare your own meals or snacks /tea or coffee freely available .Cot available for children .Private guest ...
One of a handful of old thatched cottages still left in Donegal. This property nestles in a little hollow, in a peaceful rural setting with beautiful surroundings and a lake within walking distance. Learn More
This pretty cottage, which has been sensitively restored with many original features retained, has woodburning stoves in both the living room and dining room/kitchen. If you want to take a step back in time and get away from it all this is the perfect place for you. There is a shop and pub within 2 miles and a restaurant within 4 miles. The Fanad Peninsula where the property is situated is an unspoilt scenic area with coastal drives, golden beaches, hedged country lanes and lakes and riv...
Step back in time and experience something very unique: A traditional bow top gypsy caravan set in a woodland in the Donegal hills totally off the beaten track. Lovingly restored to a high standard you feel cosy and snug in the midst of nature. Learn More
You will find an old horse drawn gypsy wagon which is now set set on a meadow under mature trees. We are a farm producing our own veg and herbs in surrounding gardens. It is a very quiet and peaceful location with streams, lakes and forests all around in the hills of Donegal. The caravan will sleep a family of four: 2 adults and 2 children with two double beds. The adult bed is 6 foot (about 1.80m) long. The caravan is very well insulated and has modern amenities like running water, cooker,...
new three bed ,quiet location with mountain views ,double room with ensuite ,,parking .located on the wild atlantic way,easy access just of the n56.area of outstanding natural beauty,mountains, castles ,beaches, golf ,glenveigh national park close by Learn More
beautiful,modern ,comfortable double room with ensuite ,good ortho matress ,front of house ,good views in quiet neigbourhood,located on the wild atlantic way ,with the best scenery in ireland on your doorstep . all areas open bar my own bedroom i have an open and friendly nature ,living area and kitchen is open planed , nice friendly neighborhood ,access to shops ,fuel,hardware,post office and church services ,centrally located for exploring the wild atlantic way and nortwest donegal,a...
At the head of a valley, on a wooded hillside beside a tumbling stream. At a quiet remove, you an be inspired by nature, be at peace, share with ponies and deer, enjoy on foot or bicycle, go hiking on the mountain. But beware natural hazards too! FLY_BICYCLE - Special package for August-September Two persons - One week for €259 Includes (collection) transfers from airport, bus or rail stations, 2 bikes hire for one week, transport for your food and essential shopping MESSAGE ME FOR DETAILS! Learn More
Its a hay loft, cleaned out for a multi-purpose space. Bush camp & glamping-style living quarters. Mezzanine double bed and additional camp beds provided. There is no mains electricity. Solar panel will be installed. Facilities have yet to be completed, but there is a 'biological-toilet' externally, local stream water source for washing, drinking water provided, improvised 'bush' shower outdoors using solar heating or water heated on camp-fire. The loft and farm area is yours to enjoy....
Unique Canadian oak post and beam country house with self-contained traditional cottage attached. Dynamic and truly breathtaking views across the entire Derryveagh mountain range. Only 4 miles from the stunning Wild Atlantic Way coast and beaches. Learn More
This beautiful oak post and beam country house is sandwiched between the Derryveagh mountain range and the Atlantic Ocean in Donegal and is just 20 minutes drive from the Glenveagh National Park, with its castle, lake and golden eagle colony. The local beaches are stunning and offer swimming, sailing, kayaking and surfing opportunities. The property comes with an additional self-contained dwelling - a traditional Irish stone cottage (usually only offered if more than 8 guests). Both proper...
The Mountain House is a beautiful old cottage that has been restored with a new extension. It combines the old and the new, the modern extension is warm and comfortable with oak floors, wood burning stoves and and a library. On The Wild Atlantic Way Learn More
Teach an t’Sleibhe , The Mountain house is a beautiful old cottage that has been restored and a new extension added. It combines the old and the new, the modern extension is warm and comfortable with central heating, oak floors, wood burning stoves and oriental carpets, an extensive art library. The brightly lit cosy kitchen is well equipped and has its own wood burning stove, it leads into the library and from there through double doors into the open plan living room with another woodburn...
Wooden self built cabin in the hills of donegal. Warm, cosy, peaceful and relaxing, set in 18 acres of wild bogland overlooking loch an uir lake. An eco cabin with wood burning stove for cooking heating and hot water, dry toilet and large shower Learn More
Stunning views..warm and cosy...a double room with shared shower and shared dry toilet. Large living/ dining / kitchen room which opens into sun porch with doors leading to wooden decking area with BBQ Guests have access to house, gardens and farmland I live on site and am available within reason Crolly is situated between the towns of Gweedore and Dungloe both boast great restaurants and bars with live music. The award winning restaurant Danny Minnies is a short drive away. Leo's Pub...
The cottage is set in Baltoney, a picturesque townland of Gortahork in heart of the Gaeltacht where Irish is still the first language. Gortahork is on the 'Wild Atlantic Way' the worlds longest defined coastal touring route. Learn More
The cottage which was renovated in 2014 is set in a beautiful countryside location with views of Errigal mountain to the south sweeping west along the valley down to Tory and Inishboffin islands in the north. Teach Ruaris pub is appx 300 metres away. 2 Bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin, kitchen/diner, shower room, sitting room with solid fuel stove, an enclosed garden and ample parking We live close by and are always on hand to help our visitors in any way we can The village of Gortahork is...
Set on Ireland's famous "Wild Atlantic Way" in the rolling hills of North Donegal, The Fairy Tree Folly offers unique and bespoke travel experience for those wanting to explore the real Donegal. Mission Robert and Lesley Newberry have been residents of Donegal for nearly 20 years and have made Downings their home. Description Situated in the private grounds of Ship's Cottage on Atlantic Drive, The Fairy Tree Folly offers a unique and bespoke travel experience. Built under and around a fairy t...
Tucked into the cliffs of Donegal's most dramatic peninsula rests our tranquil cottage retreat. Whether you have come to Horn Head to enjoy its world-renowned walks; to find artistic inspiration from the powerful Atlantic colliding with the resilient land; or merely to take some time to recharge, you have found your ideal base from which to discover this very special corner of Ireland. The Guest Lodge has recently been remodeled to the highest standard and is a touch of real luxury in a...
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