|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
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Luxurious seaside home, overlooking the stunning Gweebarra Estuary & Atlantic Ocean. Relax, unwind and enjoy a luxurious holiday in the picturesque village of Lettermacaward.
Bedroom 1 -- Master Bedroom with kingsize bed with seaviews to both south and west.
Bedroom 2 -- Double Bedroom with seaviews to the west
Bedroom 3 --- Double Bedroom ensuite
Bedroom 4 --- Double Bedroom ensuite with seaviews facing south.
Bedroom 5--- Single Bedroom with seaviews
Bedroom 6 --- Double ensuite downstairs with shower and bath.
There is a sofa bed in the living area which can sleep 2 - the rest are all upstairs.
Stroll down to the beach in front of the house, pop into Packie's Bar (100yards) for a pint of Guinness and feel the goodness take over! Fresh air, breathtaking landscape and warm friendly people will keep you captivated in this jewel on the west coast of Donegal.
10mins drive to the town of Dungloe (Daniel O Donnell's home town) and 10 mins to Glenties. Portnoo and Narin are just across the bay. Enjoy all the area has to offer
* Glenveagh National Park
* Dooey Beach/ Surfing
* Artist's Paradise!
* Off shore fishing.
Many more besides!
This home welcomes you with a log stove burning in the kitchen and an open fire in the sitting room.
All the rooms overlook the ever changing Gweebarra Estuary. Kick off your shoes and let the wild atlantic shore winds blow away the cobwebs.
You may arrive a stranger to the area, but you will certainly leave as a friend. Only to return again.
Be warned.... this place is highly addictive!
Charges payable to Supervisor
First €50 is FREE!!
Summer Season Electric, Water & Oil €8/day
Winter Season Electric, Water & Oil €12/day
A Security deposit of €150 cash must be given to the owner on arrival. This will be returned to you provided that the owner is satisfied that the terms and conditions have been complied with. Cost of repairs to property as a result of negligence will be deducted from security deposit, with an additional charge where this is insufficient.