Overlooking the waters of Mulroy Bay on the Fanad peninsula with the natural backdrop of Knockalla Mountain, this luxury, purpose built apartment, combines contemporary style and comfort encapsulating the sea view. The apartment features free wifi and an ideal base for the golf courses and beaches of north Donegal.
Centrally situated on the picturesque Fanad peninsula and overlooking the Harry Blaney Bridge which links with the neighbouring peninsula of Rosguill, there are many nearby scenic attractions and amazing amenities in the areas of Portsalon, Rathmullan, Carrigart and Downings. This location boasts beautiful beaches, coastal drives, rolling hills and a variety of amenities and activities for the adventure enthusiasts.
one double bedroom with walk-in closet
open plan living area with panoramic views of Mulroy Bay
tv and dvd player
selection of books, magazines, dvds and board games
bochures of local amenities and activities
kitchen and dining area with tiled floor
electric cooker and hobs
fridge with freezer box
iron and ironing board
outside clothes line
2 mountain bikes available
2km from Kerrykeel
7km from Portsalon
9km from Milford
14km from Rathmullan
wifi via dongle
High Season: from €500 per week Mid Season: from €450 per week Low Season: from €400 per week Weekends: from €200 Other Dates: please enquire
Deposit: A €100 deposit secures your booking
Included: heat, lighting, electricity, cot (on request)
If you have any further questions, please ask when enquiring.
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I cannot praise highly enough the service provided by Brian in setting up two very different advertisements for both of my properties. All of the needs and requirements I had were kindly met and thanks to Brian's dedicated and efficient input, the advertisements were put together in a really prompt and professional way. Nothing was a problem to Brian and we really do appreciate all his hard work in getting this project up and running.