Large traditional style cottage sleeping up to 12 people close to one of the most beautiful and secluded beaches in Ireland.

The property itself has beautiful sea-views and is 1km from the golden strands of Kinnagoe beach on the Inishowen peninsula. This tranquil setting provides the perfect getaway yet it is within a 10minute drive of both the fishing port of Greencastle (with a ferry service which links to Magilligan) and the bustling town of Moville.

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The space

The nature of the property makes it ideal for large families or families wishing to holiday together yet attain a degree of privacy. It has spacious communal areas with plenty of activities for the whole family whether you are looking for a quiet spot to pick a book from the library and experience a little nostalgia with the old record collection, or you fancy a game of pool, darts, table football, air hockey, some computer games or even just some simple board games for the whole family.
The main kitchen dining area in Clare’s house has a traditional Belfast sink, an electric cooker and a solid fuel stove. Annie’s house has smaller utility kitchen with a gas cooker, washing machine and worktop area. Clare’s house which is accessed by a rear door has two double bedrooms one of which has patio doors, a bunk bedroom and a twin room in an open plan attic area which contains a pool table . Annie’s house has a double room and a bunk bedroom. It has a large open plan lounge containing a large wood burning stove and there is a mezzanine area which contains a small library and record player with a large selection of records.

Guest access

Guests will have the entire cottage and garden to themselves. The cottage sleeps 12 people. There are 5 bedrooms : 3 double bed rooms (one of which has an adjoining twin room) and 2 bunk bed rooms. The double bedroom with adjoining twin room is the only room upstair, the twin room also doubles as a games room. 

Other things to note

Please note there is no wifi access. It is not yet available in this part of Donegal. Whilst this can be scary (especially for the younger generation) what our guests find is that this is only a good thing as you are able to reconnect with family and friends in time honoured tradition. Resting, relaxing and recuperation is the order of the day at Annie Clare’s Cottage.

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