Creeslough 3 miles.
This is a detached old cottage in very rural location, close to the town of Creeslough in County Donegal.
The views over Downings Bay and the surrounding mountains are wonderful.
This is an ideal outdoor break for families to enjoy walking and cycling in the countryside.
When you drive up to the house you feel as if you’re going back in time but on entering the house you clearly see that the property has been modernised.
The cosy sitting room is a good size with an open fire to keep you warm throughout your stay.
There is a comfy 3-seater sofa and 2 matching chairs.
There are three lovely bedrooms, one with an en-suite and travel cot on request.
There is a well-equipped kitchen/diner to cook your family meals together, and outside is a lovely garden with a BBQ and seating area.
Creeslough is situated at the foot of Muckish Mountain and this is where the nearest shop and pub are.
Within reach is the village of Dunfanaghy, which is situated on the Wild Atlantic Way and is surrounded by Blue Flag beaches.
The bustling and ever-popular cathedral town of Letterkenny is located 20 miles west of Derry City and 35 miles north of Donegal Town.
As the largest and most populous town in the county, there’s always something going on here, with a whole host of historical and recreational opportunities for visitors to explore.
There are two town parks, the Aura Leisure Centre and a 6-screen cinema and bowling alley within the town.
This is the perfect getaway break all year round.
About the location
CREESLOUGH, COUNTY DONEGAL
Dunfanaghy 6 miles;
The town of Creeslough in County Donegal is situated within easy reach of the wonderful Glenveagh National Park. The village is within easy access of Letterkenny, which has a museum and there's plenty of shops, pubs and places to eat. Whilst making Creeslough your base make sure that you explore as much of Glenveagh National Park as you can. A number of walks can be enjoyed in the park, after which partake in a guided tour of the castle, or enjoy tea and cakes in the tea room, whilst to the northern edge of Lough Beagh is a visitor centre housing a restaurant. There are a number of hills in the area, which once you’ve climbed or walked up boast superb views of the Atlantic Ocean from the top, and there’s also rivers, loughs, historical and religious sites in abundance throughout this part of County Donegal. Also in the area are a variety of beaches, whilst further afield is Malin Head, the most northerly point in Ireland, and across the border is the city of Derry. A convenient base for exploring all that Donegal has to offer.