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Sleeps 6
1 dog
3 bedrooms
1 bathroom

This immaculate, detached cottage in the small seaside resort of Portsalon, County Donegal, rests in a slightly elevated position, with delightful views of the Ballymastocker Bay, and comes with a hot tub to ensure a luxury break. This Donegal cottage has been tastefully decorated with seaside themes throughout, offering guests a contemporary home away from home. The accommodation sits entirely across the ground floor, with a stylish kitchen for all your culinary needs, three tranquil and comfortable bedrooms and a large sitting room with dining area. The sitting room in this Portsalon holiday home is the heart of the cottage, where you can curl up with a good book and a glass of wine, sit by the window with your feet up enjoying the sea views, or share a delicious meal with your loved ones. On warm afternoons and evenings you can open the French doors to the patio area, which has a large dining area for alfresco gatherings, along with a hot tub, which will be adored all year long! The coastal village of Portsalon sees visitors from all over the world and is home to one of the best golf courses in the land, not to mention one of Ireland’s most spectacular Blue Flag beaches. Portsalon lies on the banks of Lough Swilly at Ballymastocker Bay and is a wonderful base for touring the stunning Fanad Peninsula. There is a local shop, off licence and café located fifteen minutes’ walk from your Portsalon cottage, plus a small shop, restaurant, as well as a friendly pub, perched along the side of the pier, which offers the perfect spot to enjoy a refreshing drink in the sunshine can be found in just a five minute stroll. A little further afield and you can visit the Glenveagh National Park to soak up the remote and rugged wilderness by car, foot or bike. Europe’s highest sea cliffs at Slieve League and the walled city of Derry are also worth a visit during your Donegal holiday, so book this Portsalon cottage today for a superb break in the stunning Emerald Isle.

Gas central heating with gas stove. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher. TV with Netflix and Freesat, WiFi DVD, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 4 cars. Enclosed lawned garden with patio, furniture, BBQ and hot tub. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and cafe 1 mile, pub, restaurant and beach 5 mins walk. Note: Front door and patio from French doors accessed via one step. Note: Travel Cot and High chair available on request. Please note: bookings must be fall between a Saturday and Saturday due to cleaning availability.

All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with basin, 2 x double (one with basin). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and gas stove.

Resting on the western bank of Lough Swilly is the seaside resort of Portsalon and home to one of Ireland's top golf courses. Portsalon makes for a wonderful base for exploring the Fanad Peninsula and boasts a picturesque harbour at Ballymastocker Bay where you will find one of the most spectacular beaches in Ireland. Visitors can try out many outdoor pursuits including golf, surfing, fishing, diving and kayaking or if you prefer to explore the region on wheels, the Knockella Coastal drive encompasses excellent views of Ballymastocker Bay and Lough Swilly. The historic town of Rathmullan, south of Portsalon provides a lovely afternoon out where you can take a tour of the Kinnegar Brewery and hopefully sample some of local produce! With something for everyone, Portsalon is a wonderful location for Donegal and the North West.

Features

Sea Views
Hot Tub Access
Parking Available
Secluded
Garden / Patio
BBQ
Cycling Nearby
Golf Nearby
Walking / Hiking Nearby
Pub / Restaurant Nearby
Heating
Unique
Coastal
DVD / Blu-ray Player

Reviews

“Having read the reviews on 1 Ard Carraig I thought , nothing can be that good....How wrong I was!It is beautifully appointed the rooms airy and spotless.We tried to find something that was not in the Kitchen but failed miserably Every kitchen aid yon could wish for in in there.The beds are comfy and the rooms spacious.Wendy and Andrew have thought about their customers even leaving bath robes and beach shoes to enable you to get in and out of the superb hot tub in comfort, every sort of towel is available to you and spares are in the cupboard if needed.The welcome booklet is very informative and easy to follow for each of the appliances have been written so you can operate them quickly.I spent many an evening and early morning sat in the, what I called my reading nook, reading and watching the sun riseset over Ballymastoker beach.The only let down with the holiday, which by no means affected 1 Ard Carraig was that the local Pub and Restaurant were closed for the season dispite us having checked beforehand that they would be open.This was a holiday chosen for us to relax from our hectic daily life style, 1 Ard Carraig fulfilled that criteria with ease and we will return”
— Previous guest, 28 September 2019
“I spent a week in this amazing house. I had the most amazing stay....there is literally everything you could every want or need here. The views are breathtaking. The owners are absolutely lovely, even leaving me a bday card and gift This place is everything I wanted and more. Can't wait to my next visit ”
— Previous guest, 16 February 2019
“Had a fabulous stay, with my family and 2 dogs, for a week in May, the bungalow is set in a stunning location, and the owners have thought of absolutely everything possible to make your stay 5 star. The surrounding countryside is spectacular to say the least, we ate locally at the Golf club and Sarah's restaurant and weren't disappointed, we hope to make a booking here next year, and I was really sorry when our week there finished as I will miss my daily hottub dip.”
— Previous guest, 5 June 2018
“This is the second time we have visited this property and we have already planned our third visit. We had pets with us who just love the beach, being only a 5min walk before you are on the beach is just brilliant. The house has everything you need for an enjoyable, relaxed holiday with a warm cosy feeling. Highlights have to be the use of BBQ and hot tub while the dogs could play in the large enclosed garden. Shops close by with local fresh produce and a hidden lil gem of a seafood cafe just a short 10min drive to Kerrykeel. Amazing! Local pub and restaurant within walking distance, worthwhile to take a drive along the Wild Atlantic way and see the scenery. Give me a week at No.1 over a week in Spain anytime...thanks again for letting us stay and we look forward to our return next year. ”
— Previous guest, 11 September 2017

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