The house looks out over the Atlantic ocean and Sliabh Liag (Europe's highest sea cliffs).
Ideal for friends, families and individuals seeking an isolated retreat with the option to explore the Wild Atlantic Way or the warm atmosphere in Donegal.
The house has central heating and a wood-burning stove to make sure that, no matter how angry the weather is, you are always warm.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests will have access to the ground floor, the bathroom and study room on second floor.
Interaktion mit Gästen
I have been visiting Donegal for over 25 years, and would be delighted to help you explore the area fully.
Whether you are looking for a boat trip into the north Atlantic, local history, food or culture (including the best pint of Guinness you are ever likely to taste), I can give you some tips and contacts to make the most out of your trip to Donegal.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Guests should be aware that a gas superser and gas cooker in the event of an electricity failure.
Guests are expected to arrive during the check-in time: between 12 (noon) and 5pm latest. Guests are asked to communicate an expected arrival time in advance of their trip and give notice of any changes. Changes to the booking dates need to be agreed in advance. Extra guests need to be booked on the platform or agreed to by the host in advance. Guests are asked to read the guidelines and information on using the house provided in a folder by the host. Guests should leave the property as they find it. This is our a home treat it as such. Guests should check all electrical switches are off; ensure windows and doors are locked and closed before vacating the property. Checkout is 11am latest.
I am originally from Ireland, but I moved to London when I was 19 for university. I am 28 and now live in London, working as a lawyer for a international law firm and I also run a social enterprise aiming to provide quality, cheap solar products to urban slums in Accra, Ghana. I am passionate about human rights, and part of what I love about Donegal is the respect people have for each other and the environment around them.
I have been visiting Donegal since I was 2, and still relish every time I get time to visit. As you will see when you visit, I am building up a library of (I think) great books to be enjoyed whilst sitting by the wood-burning stove and the view of the ocean just out the window.
If you have any questions about the area, activities or anything else, please let me know.