Tourist Board rating
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
18 Customer Review(s)
“The house was ready for us when we arrived and when we contacted the owner before we arrived he responded immediately”- Kevin, August 2021
“Water system wasn't great but maybe this was due to the dry hot weather.”- Clare, July 2021
“This house was so homely and so comfortably.”
my family and I couldn't fault with this house. We had plenty of room and the kids loved the play room upstairs. It really helped that we had fantastic weather so we could really enjoy the garden. We are hoping to book it again for next year.- Aileen, August 2020
“I was told that this was suitable for wheelchairs but it was not.”
Isobel was great though when i phoned her to see if she could do anything for me, or my son and i would have had to travel home again. She got men in to build a temporary one which done the job. Other than that we had an enjoyable time.- Carol, August 2019
Thank you for your comments. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay. We don't advertise the property as wheelchair friendly. Sykes Reservation Team are available to call owners and check any access requirements before bookings are made to ensure that the properties are suitable. Property Owner
“Good location near a pretty village.”
We had the bonus of being their during the Lennon Festival which was lively and enjoyable, the kids had a good time at small fun fair. We would also recommend Conways Bar in Wednesday night when locals play Bluegrass music great night. The Riverside cafe is also worth a visit open 9-5 food and service is a high standard. Donegal is a beautiful County with lovely beaches and plenty to do. Tropical World good for animal lovers Arena7 for good indoor fun for adults and kids. Go to Donegal for a great holiday with friendly people.- Derek, July 2019
“The accommodation is well located, very spacious but needs updating throughout.”
The surprise was that the electricity was an add-on, paid in cash. We didn't see this noted in your details.- Mike, May 2019
“Very nice accommodation and an excellent location to explore the Co.”
Donegal. Ample facilities and short walk to Ramelton. Wednesday is in Connway`s Bar Bluegrass Session - highly recommended!- Helmut, May 2019
“This cottage was truly amazing clean and tidy spacious with an excellent games room for the children.”
It’s a 5 mins walk to the village and harbour. If you want to go further afield 10 min drive to Letterkenny which has everything you need shops, cinemas, play centres and a huge leisure centre with swimming pool. You also have the scenic drives around the wild Atlantic way. Anybody coming here will truly enjoy there time here.- Terry, August 2018
“Seafield was of a very high standard, and proved an excellent and well-located base from which to tour Donegal.”- Alexander, August 2018
“Some microwave containers would be good to use microwave”- William, July 2018
Everything we needed and more.- Chris, July 2018
“Could do with WiFi these days otherwise perfect.”- Kevin, July 2018
“The house is very nice and spotlessly clean.”
It has all the facilities you need, and the play room is a nice touch. Some of the decor/fixtures/fittings could probably do with updating. It feels like a house from the Seventies sometimes! But everything is in good working order, so no issues with that. One note: neither of the DVD players were working properly during our stay. Overall it's a nice house in a great location.- Matthew, June 2018
“Ramelton is a lovely little town, the locals are very friendly and the Local Euro Spar has an excellent Diner serving food all today that is off a very high standard, the staff were very friendly and helpful.”
Good location for touring Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way. This house has great facilities for families, there is more than enough space for children to be heard and not seen.- Dorothy, June 2018
“I found the paying for power as an extra not easy to cope with.”
Having no communication for this to calculate. A fridge that would take a bottle of milk standing up would have been a help, as would some dishes to be able to cook in the microwave. Plenty of everything else. I feel access to the internet would be an advanrtage- E. Christina, May 2018
“I can't fault anything.”
. the house was extremely clean on arrival.. and the caretaker isobel was very helpful.. the house was perfectly located for what we wanted to do on our stay... the toy room/video upstairs was a bonus.. it kept the kids busy when we were in the house..- Jason, August 2016
“The comfort of the beds really added to the holiday and the house was lovely and warm.”
Also the owner was so helpful. The area was also quite and restful and would be a safe area for children. The owners also have a wonderful room upstairs dedicated for the children to use.- Pam, May 2016
“Everything nice and relaxing”- Caroline, October 2014
Approved to Failte Ireland standards.
This wonderfully welcoming cottage is situated on the outskirts of the heritage town of Ramelton, just over half a mile from the centre, in County Donegal.
Comfortably furnished and inviting throughout, this Ramelton cottage makes a homely base for exploring the rugged County Donegal.
With four lovely bedrooms spread over both the ground and first floors, this Ramelton cottage is wonderful for a variety of groups.
The open plan living area is great for socialising together, because while the chef in the party prepares a delicious supper, the others can be relaxing in the sitting area, or chatting with a glass of wine around the dining table in anticipation.
The first floor sitting room is ideal for any children in the party to play or watch TV, or if someone wants to escape for an hour of peace and quiet with a good book.
Outside, the large garden is great for family fun and games, and a short stroll will bring you to Ramelton, with its variety of shops and pubs.
After a lovely walk along the River Lennon, you can treat yourself to a pub lunch and a pint of the ‘black stuff’ before you embark on the short stroll back to your Ramelton cottage.
There are many wonderful attractions in the area surrounding your Donegal cottage, including the beautiful Glenveagh National Park, Rathmullan Beach, thr Wild Atlantic Way and even a day trip to Derry.
No matter how you choose to spend your days, you know you can look forward to returning to this Ramelton cottage in the evenings, to relax and unwind, and have a good night’s sleep.
- Four bedrooms: 2 x ground floor double (one with en-suite shower, basin and WC), 1 x ground floor twin, 1 x family room with 3 singles
- Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, separate shower, basin and WC
- Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area (seats 8) and sitting area (seats 6) with electric fire
- First floor sitting room (seats 5) with dining area (seats 4).
- Oil central heating with electric fire in the sitting room
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with Free-to-air channels, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books, games, DVDs and toys
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Cot and highchair
- Ample off road parking
- Lawned garden with furniture to front and rear
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shops and pubs 10 mins walk
- Note: Fuel & Power included June, July and August, the rest of year electricity will be charged for as used, by meter readings, on arrival and departure
About the location
RAMELTON, COUNTY DONEGAL
Letterkenny 8 miles.
The sleepy heritage town of Ramelton, County Donegal, sits at the start of the Fanad Peninsula, where the River Lennon joins Lough Swilly. Cut into a wooded valley, Ramelton dates back to the 17th century and the distinctive architecture of the warehouse buildings on the quays dominate the village. Ramelton has a colourful history as one of Donegal’s most important ports, with ships arriving from the Carribbean in the 1800s to export linen made in the village. Though quieter nowadays, an abundance of welcoming local shops and pubs still welcome visitors, and there are ample opportunities for fishermen and golfers in the region. The picturesque Fanad Head is just a short distance away, as are beaches at Rathmullan and Dunfanaghy.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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