This contemporary, three-bedroom holiday cottage offers a true home away from home style of accommodation in the unspoiled depths of Buncrana, County Donegal.
Whatever the occasion may be, families and friends can enjoy a cosy stay at Oakfield Cottage, with its lovely decor filling the space with warmth and charm.
Inside the retreat, a delightful sitting room awaits, housing cream coloured sofas, and a central fireplace to set you up for a snug night in, away from the hustle and bustle.
The country-themed kitchen/diner continues the quality feel, introducing wooden units, a quirky dining table and patio doors to welcome the natural light inside.
Bringing a more neutral tone to the property, the three bedrooms are calm and relaxing; your own little place to settle down after a vibrant adventure in the area and beyond.
Each comes complete with a classic chest of drawers.
Lastly, the family bathroom benefits from all-white fittings, with a shower above and a skylight window for added effect.
Outdoors, discover the lovely large green in the front of the house with mature trees; an ideal spot for the children to embrace the fresh air.
Buncrana is known for Swan Park country walk and shore walk which takes you for miles along the water.
There is a large park for children and a tennis area for older kids just a short walk from the property.
The Inishowen Gateway Hotel boasts a spa and swimming pool located just a short two minute walk from the house.
The fantastic beaches scattered along the coastline are main attractions for families and they also cater for water sports enthusiasts with many water-based sports on offer.
If you fancy exploring further afield, make the trip to the Doagh Visitor Centre where you can dive into traditional living and explore some of Ireland’s earliest dwellings.
A thoughtful holiday home designed for eight people.
About the location
BUNCRANA, COUNTY DONEGAL
Londonderry 16 miles; Letterkenny 25 miles.
With its sandy beaches and unspoilt scenery, Buncrana is one of Ireland’s most beautiful coastal destinations. The town offers a wide variety of activities and attractions, and with a rich passion for the Arts, and being renowned for its vibrant, artistic heritage, there are many art studios and traditional craft workshops to visit where you can pick up a piece of local design and craftsmanship as a reminder of your Irish holiday. The fantastic beaches scattered along the coastline are big attractions for families and they also cater for watersports enthusiasts with many water-based sports on offer. If you fancy exploring further afield, make the trip to the Doagh Visitor Centre where you can dive into traditional living and explore some of Ireland’s earliest dwellings, including sod and turf houses, and even sample some of the local food and herbal remedies from ancient times! Alternatively, travel to Glenveagh National Park where you'll be met with 16,000 acres of stunning scenery and great walking opportunities.