Sicileys Cottage,Kinnagoe Bay, Donegal€550 / week

4 Bed To Let

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(Reference number: 36838)

Available:On a regular basis

Located on an elevated site overlooking Kinnagoe Bay and the headlands of north Inishowen, Siciley’s has arguably the finest sea views of any cottage alongIreland’s north coast.

This detached property was built on the site of an older group of houses, this magnificent holiday rental extends to 3,000 sq. ft. of living space and due to its elongated shape all rooms but one have truly panoramic views encompassing the ocean, steep wooded cliffs and a small sandy cove.

The house is located on a working family farm, so you can benefit of the owners local knowledge as well as enjoying a real turf fire. To the northern end there is a sunroom with spectacular views and the main dining area has a dramatic cathedral style ceiling and feature staircase. If you’re looking for somewhere a little bit special for your holiday in Donegal, Siciley’s Cottage,Kinnagoe Bay, should certainly be on your shortlist.

The spectacular golden sands of Kinnagoe Bay and its dramatic setting make it a real hidden gem ofCountyDonegal. On a clear day it is possible to get a view of the coast ofScotlandfrom the headlands above the sandy cove

All rooms provide panoramic views of Kinnagoe Bay and Large relaxation lounge with TV & dvd, Bay view from sun lounge, Kitchen with all mod cons.
Bedrooms and toilets are located both upstairs and downstairs. Weekly rent includes solid fuel for open fire and stove, electric, towels and bed linen and secure parking.

Whether you are looking for a weekend or weekly break, Siciley’s is an ideal base for touring this beautiful part of Donegal, along the Inishowen 100 route and the Causeway coastline which can is easily accessable via the Greencastle-Magilligan Ferry. Inishowen is famous for it's coastline. Scenic hill walking, rock fishing, golf and horse riding available locally. At Kinnagoe Bay lies the wreck of the ship La Trinidad Valencera, which sank during the ill-fated Spanish Armada in 1588.

Excellent restaurants and traditional music nearby.