A five-minute walk takes you to the centre of the village for the morning paper and a lovely coffee and tray bake at Cul a Ti. Or get your steps in before breakfast, walking out to the beach along the river estuary and looping back along the footpath into the village, a beautiful 2 mile walk in all. If you’re an early bird you’ll catch the sun rising over the beach. Spectacular! Or head to Bunagee Pier and see the days catch being landed. Or catch Amazing Grace set sail on her daily dolphin-watching excursions. Culdaff is charming. Make sure to pop into the local pubs for a bit of craic. McGuinness’ Bar and The Culdaff Arms offer live music throughout the summer. McGrorys, established in 1924, is a family run pub/restaurant, serving great food, and hosts traditional Irish music sessions a couple of times a week in summer, or catch a live band in the Backroom. Look out for Jenny’s Pop Up bakery during summer, the cupcakes are ‘yummy’!