This detached, stone cottage is situated just outside the town of Ballybofey, County Donegal.
Perfect for families or couples, visitors can enjoy the countryside walks, as well as a nice stroll into the town centre.
Inside the property, a well equipped kitchen holds the essentials you need throughout your stay.
Nearby, an open plan sitting and dining area makes a cosy place to relax after a day exploring the town and enjoy breakfast through to dinner.
Sit before the wood burning stove and watch TV in comfort.
A shower room rests close by, ideal for getting ready in the morning hours.
Across the way, two double bedrooms boast a peaceful nights sleep, well arranged so you can feel right at home.
When the weather is pleasant, why not relax on the patio outside with a refreshing drink, or gather your friends for a social evening to make use of the barbecue.
With much to see further afield, you will want to explore the village of Ballybofey showcasing a selection of shops, restaurants, cafés and a theatre.
Make the most of the local woodlands or take the shore walk around Lough Trusk.
Whatever you decide, this retreat promises a memorable adventure.
About the location
BALLYBOFEY, COUNTY DONEGAL
Donegal Town 16 miles; Letterkenny 18 miles.
Located through Barnesmore Gap in the heart of County Donegal and resting on the banks of the River Finn, Ballybofey is often mentioned in the same breath as its ‘twin town,’ Stranorlar, with the two towns separated by a small bridge across the River Finn. The river is noted for its quality trout and salmon fishing with a number of other fisheries dotting the area. The town has much to offer with a good selection of shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs, a theatre, an 18-hole golf course and regular traditional music and other nightlife in the evenings. Walkers will enjoy exploring the local woodlands or the shore walk around Lough Trusk, while the 47km-long Bluestack Way, which meanders through the mountains of the same name, is also accessible.