A two bedroom apartment located on the seafront in Bundoran, County Donegal that takes in all the fun at the seaside, and provides you with breathtaking views of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Suitable for families of four or golfers playing local courses, the wheelchair friendly apartment is a stone’s throw away from the beach.
On entering the property, guests will find a sitting room, complete with a TV, two sofas and a coffee table.
The kitchen/diner is located behind and can sit up to six people.
It features an electric oven and hob, a washing machine, a dish washer and a microwave.
The windows situated at the far end of the room provide a great view of the sea front.
The first of the two bedrooms is a double bedroom that contains a wardrobe, two bed-side tables and a writing desk.
The twin bedroom also comprises a wardrobe and bed-side table and has an en-suite shower room, with a walk-in electric shower, basin and WC.
There is also a separate bathroom that comprises of a bath, basin and WC.
As one of Ireland’s more popular holiday destinations, holiday makers will find plenty to see and do during their stay.
Young families should check out Bundoran Adventure Park, directly opposite the apartment.
The Park has everything from bumper cars to a Ferris wheel.
While just a short walk away from the Adventure Park is the indoor water park Waterworld, perfect for a rainy day and plenty of waterslides to keep the children entertained for hours on end.
Less than a 10 minute walk away, is Bundoran Golf Club, described as ‘the hidden gem of the north-west’.
Formed in 1894, Bundoran is one of the country’s oldest golf clubs and was designed by the legendary Harry Vardon, the 5729yd course provides a true links test.
While taking in 18 holes, it’s impossible not to take in the views of Donegal Bay and the North Atlantic Ocean.
Other recommended courses to play are Donegal (20 minutes away) and County Sligo (40 minutes away).
Why not also visit Ireland’s oldest town Ballyshannon?
Only four miles away!
Each August the town hosts a folk festival, and has numerous pubs, restaurants and a beach.
You can also visit the nearby Dartry Mountains and the many cliff-top walks.
With beautiful sea views the property is a superb location for the many attractions and activities of Ireland’s North West.