This delightful modern 'home from home' is situated in the peaceful and quaint village of Culdaff. The cottage has five spacious bedrooms, a large open plan kitchen/dining area with all mod-cons, three bathrooms, a comfortable lounge with traditional open fireplace, as well as patio area and barbecue. The garden to the rear of the property is fully enclosed and offers a safe play area for children. From the driveway to the front door there are no inclines or steps, which allows easy wheel chair access. The cottage is a 5 minute walk to Culdaff village, and a 1 mile walk to Culdaff's blue flag beach (footpath all the way). The beach is made up of a mixture of strands and coves offering a variety of activities including walking, body boarding, surfing and beach casting, and offers lots of rock pools for beach combing and exploration. There's a fantastic children's play park located on the beach dunes offering plenty of play activities for both young and older kids.
Local Area: On the east end of Culdaff beach, you will find the car park, and a well equipped children's play area. On the beaches west side, you will find a picturesque little fishing harbour protected by a breakwater known as Bunagee Pier. The pier is a popular spot for anglers to cast a line.
Culdaff has several sandy coves popular for surfing and body boarding.
There’s also plenty of places of great natural beauty to visit close by Malin head, Kinnego Bay and Five Finger Strand to mention a few.
On wet days families can take advantage of the indoor amusements at Redcastle hotel where there is also a luxurious spa and swimming pool.
Surrounding Area- Inishowen: The Inishowen Peninsula represents a microcosm of all that Ireland has to offer in the way of scenic beauty, and this is best viewed by taking a tour of the drive known as the Inishowen 100, - so named because of its approximate 100 mile length, which follows a roughly circuitous route around the edge of the peninsula. You will be impressed by many different types of terrain, coastal and inland, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, the unique character of the towns and villages along the way, and above all the changing light, which can alter a scene viewed from the same position in so may ways. - This is perhaps why Lough Swilly, which borders Inishowens western coast is otherwise known as The Lake of Shadows.
Do not expect to complete the tour in one day, you will want to stop and explore the landscape, linger in the towns and villages or simply stop to take in the beauty.