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PRIVATE DIRECT ACCESS TO GOLDEN SANDY BEACH TWO MILES LONG FROM TWO OF OUR FOUR STAR COTTAGES SEABREEZE AND KINNEGAR COTTAGE IN THE HISTORIC VILLAGE OF RATMULLAN CO. DONEGAL IRELAND.
Seabreeze cottages is a large open plan cottage with open fire place and dinning room all living space looks out over the sea and mountains .The cottage sleeps 7 one double bedroom and bathroom downstairs and two double upstairs one ensuite.
Kinnegar cottage has large open plan kitchen dinning area over looking the sea it also has sittting room with open fire . It has two bedroom down stairs and two up one of which is ensuite
Seapray cottages is our newest cottages which has large open plan kitchen dining area and double doors leading to sitting room and then out to patio area.It has a downstairs ensuite and two bedrooms upstairs and bath room.The cottage is only a 2 minute walk to the beach down a woodland pathway.
Some of Ireland’s finest sights are within striking distance of Rathmullan, including The Flight of the Earls - 2007 is a major international flagship centenary commemoration to mark the 400th Anniversary of one of the most significant events and periods in Irish history, World Heritage site at the Giant’s Causeway; Slieve League, reputedly Ireland’s highest seacliffs; Glebe House & Gallery the former home of the English Artist Derk Hill, which is decorated in William Morris and houses works of art such as Kokoschka, Renoir, Picasso, Yeats, Islamic tiles and Japanese prints. At nearby Glenveagh National Park walk the glorious hills, heaven for botanists, and spot its golden eagles and red deer.
Rathmullan holiday homes are an excellent base for touring. Rathmullan is a gateway to the Fanad peninsula, and within minutes you can be enjoying the glorious sights of the Knockalla Coast Road and the descent to Ballymastocker Bay. The long sandy beach there is considered among the world’s finest.
The area is a golfer’s paradise, with a selection of some of the country’s finest courses to choose from, including Rosapenna, Portsalon and Ballyliffen. There are many fine walks, mountains to climb, quiet roads for cycling, horseriding, fishing on sea and river, all sorts of water-based activities, museums, galleries, and shopping in Letterkenny and Derry.
In the summer time a short ferry journey to Buncrana opens up the beautiful Inishowen peninsula and the Inishowen ‘100’ scenic drive, including Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head.
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