This cosy apartment is situated in a quiet development overlooking the sandy beach at Bundoran in County Donegal.
The apartment boasts two comfortable bedrooms, each suitably furnished to cater to your comfort during your stay, along with an open plan living space which encompasses a fitted kitchen, a dining area and a cosy sitting area, all with glorious views of the ocean.
Should you decide to hang up your apron for the week, the town of Bundoran has plenty of delicious eateries to choose from, all serving some of the best seafood you will find.
The town is also home to a selection of pubs which showcase live traditional Irish music on a regular basis.
Bundoran is not only a wonderland for children, with amusements, funfairs, beaches and Waterworld, it is also a superb destination for adults, with plenty of fantastic attractions and activities within easy reach, including a seafront golf course, surfing and stunning coastal walks.
Explore the Glenveagh National Park, Mount Errigal and the iconic Slieve League Cliffs, or travel south and visit County Sligo.
Sligo is the resting place of the famous poet W.B Yeats, and so the locals refer to it as ‘Yeats’ County’.
It is famed for its sandy beaches at Strandhill, Streedagh and Enniscrone, and Benbulben mountain, which is visible from all over the county.
Why not venture along the Queen Maeve Trail, which takes you up Knocknarea and offers one of Sligo’s best panoramic views out across the bay?
This lovely apartment is a superb touring base for North West Ireland, with the endless sights and wonders of this breathtaking region within easy reach!
All second floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
About the location
BUNDORAN, COUNTY DONEGAL
Ballyshannon 4 miles.
The coastal town of Bundoran, meaning ‘the foot of the little water’ is situated in County Donegal and is one of Ireland’s most popular resorts. Bundoran will suit all tastes, where a fun day out can be spent at the Bundoran Adventure Park, or on rainy days at Waterworld. Stunning cliff-top walks around the town are a must, plus the area is a golfer's haven, with many golf courses in the area, including one in Bundoran itself. Close by is Ballyshannon, the oldest town in Ireland, which boasts a folk festival every August and offers shops selling local crafts, pubs, restaurants, a leisure centre and a beach. The beautiful Rosses Point is a short drive away, plus Benbulben, part of the Dartry Mountains, and the whole of Donegal are within driving distance. An excellent area which you are bound to visit time and time again.