County Donegal cottages

We have a large range of self-catering cottages across the delightful County Donegal.  The Donegal coast is known for its beautiful beaches, and we offer some of the best coast views from our holiday cottages in the area. If you’re looking for a unique cottage, we also boast a great variety of holiday homes, including secluded, traditional cottages set in the foothills of mountains and in the midst of moors, to truly transport you to another world. If you fancy bringing your dog along for the adventure, as many of our Donegal homes are pet-friendly, so everyone can enjoy the holiday. 

County Donegal presents an ever-changing spectacle of landscapes and seascapes set against a backdrop of mountains and moors, with evidence everywhere of traditional Irish culture. Donegal boasts a vast rugged coastline softened regularly by a succession of beautiful beaches with golden sand and clear fresh waters. Inland, Donegal is wild and unspoilt with winding roads leading to never-ending spectacular vistas. 

North Donegal is an area of unsurpassed beauty. An ever-changing landscape, the mighty mountains and the jagged coastline combine to present some of the most spectacular coastal scenery to be seen anywhere in Ireland. There are numerous beaches of golden sands, but the majority of them are deserted even at the height of the tourist season, making it the perfect place for a relaxing retreat.  This quietness, combined with a variety of activities such as golf, horse riding, boating and fishing, makes North Donegal an ideal destination for those who enjoy a holiday centered around the outdoors. 

South Donegal combines the contrasting attractions of Bundoran, one of Ireland's most popular seaside resorts and Glencolumbkille, where Irish is still the spoken tongue and many of the old crafts still flourish.  Bundoran and Ballyshannon are the gateway towns to the south and once past Donegal Town and Killybegs, the impressive cliffs at Slieve League guide the way to Glencolumbkille.  From there, the spectacular descent through Glengesh Pass leads to Ardara and Glenties, Narin and Portnoo. 

Other major attractions to explore include Glenveagh National Park and Castle, Tory Island, Glebe House and Gallery, Colmcille Heritage Centre, Fort Dunree Military Museum and Abbey Mill Wheels. Donegal also has some interesting ancient archaeological sites around Ballyshannon, including ruined castles, religious sites and Celtic raths. 

So if you’re looking for a taste of traditional life, stunning scenery, celetic history and brilliant beaches, look no further than our cottages in Donegal.  


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