Perched in the village of Kerrykeel and county of Donegal is this fabulous single-storey property, Bridgetown Cottage.
Sleeping up to eight guests, Bridgetown Cottage is a generously sized dwelling for an adventurous family break near the Irish coast.
On approach to the property, park up on the private driveway, with room for up to three cars, whilst working through the suntrap front garden, homing the main entrance.
Beyond here you will find a bright and airy sitting room with plenty of seating, a Smart TV, and a woodburning stove, whilst also offering long-range views of Mulroy Bay.
Moving through to the open-plan kitchen/diner, you'll have all the essentials to cater for your group, along with laundry facilities through the adjoining utility.
Stepping out through the patio doors you will find the rear garden with outdoor furniture and bike storage, well-positioned for a day in the sun, an alfresco lunch, or a late-night refreshment as the sun sets.
As a ground-floor property, all bedrooms can be easily accessed, providing enough space for the entire party to rest, freshen up and prepare for an itinerary of local attractions; rooms include a king-size and two family rooms, along with a main bath/shower room.
Centrally located, there are plenty of village shops, taverns, and restaurants to make use of in Kerrykeel, providing a glance of the local community and its welcoming nature.
To keep your party busy, there are plenty of sights to visit, including Downings Harbour, the Great Pollet Sea Arch and its scenic views, and the trails of Woodquarter Recreation Area.
Brush up on your local history by touring the Museum of Free Derry and its 1960's exhibitions, taking in the stunning architecture of Doe Castle, or visiting the remote mansion of Glenveagh Castle.
By car you will also have access to some of the iconic landmarks of Ireland, including Ned's Point Fort, Glenevin Waterfall and its riverside woodlands, and the 18th century Fort Dunree.
Enveloped by nature, Bridgetown Cottage is perfect for making memories as a family whilst visiting County Donegal.