Inisean Lodge is an alluring log cabin set hidden away from the delights of Dungloe in County Donegal.
It offers ideal accommodation for two couples looking to escape everyday life.
The lodge comes surrounded by trees in a peaceful and secluded spot, with plenty of off-road parking.
Be welcomed by the alluring open-plan living room, with plain wood-panelled walls offering a rustic feel to the setup.
The sitting area benefits from a warming electric fire and a wall-mounted TV, to make your downtime as relaxing as possible.
Find a helpful choice of appliances in the slick and modern kitchen, lined with crisp white units.
Step towards the rear of the lodge to find two well-presented double bedrooms, with comforting neutral colour schemes making you feel right at home.
Completing the accommodation is a delightful shower room, featuring a modern corner shower.
In the warmer months, take a seat on the decked veranda to the front of Inisean Lodge, a glorious spot to take in the fresh air with a drink in hand.
Take a stroll into the charming town of Dungloe, known for its traditional Irish music and vibrant atmosphere.
Take advantage of a range of different eateries and pubs to get a real taste for the place, with stunning coastal views on offer around every corner.
The surrounding area is a hub for angling, with over 130 lakes and rivers to choose from, as well as miles of magnificent coastline.
Lovers of the outdoors also have the Glenveagh National Park within reach, displaying a marvellous deer forest, fascinating castles and walking routes aplenty.
Tour the plentiful attractions in County Donegal from this heart-warming, four-person log cabin.
About the location
DUNGLOE, COUNTY DONEGAL
Arranmore Island 7.5 miles; Letterkenny 32 miles.
Up until 1762, entry into the town of Dungloe in Donegal was only possible via the stepping stones dotted over the river. Thankfully, now visitors from all over the world can take the much easier route over Donegal Bridge and enjoy this charming town in County Donegal with ease. Dungloe is known locally as 'The Capital of The Rosses', the name given to this region of the county. The town, which has become recognised as a centre for traditional Irish music, has a selection of shops, bars and eating places, as well as events taking place throughout the year, including the annual 'Mary from Dungloe' festival. A fisherman's paradise, the area has over 130 lakes and rivers and is renowned for its fishing and great sea angling, with several charter boats available in nearby Burtonport, from where diving can also be enjoyed. There are also daily boat trips from the harbour to Arranmore and Rutland Island. Wonderful wildlife can be found in the bogs and reed beds, while golfers will love the variety of golf courses found in the surrounding area. With hills and mountains to explore, the dramatic coastline to enjoy and so much to see and do, this is sure to make the perfect base for your Donegal holiday.