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Perfectly situated two minutes walk from Ardara Heritage town, this bright, spacious and beautiful house is the ideal place to come home to having explored the surrounding wonders of Donegal.

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Three double bedrooms. One twin room + one child sized bed which can be located in any of the above bedrooms.
Geothermal heat pump - constant hot water and heating.


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Ardara, Donegal, Irlanda

Our area is famous for its spectacular scenery, beautiful unspoilt beaches, archaeological finds and the hospitality of its people. Ardara is a designated Heritage Town on the Wild Atlantic Way and also a well known centre for the manufacture of Donegal homespun tweeds. The area boasts a thriving tourist trade and social scene, and has been awarded The Irish Times (National Newspaper) 'Best Village to Live In 2014'. Traditional music is to be heard any night of the week during the summer months in many of the local pubs and one cannot speak of Ardara without a mention of the renowned "Nancy's Bar" where the seafood (and the company) is second to none, being one of thirteen 'Good Food Taverns' in the Donegal area and winner of Georgina Campbell's 'Pub of the Year 2013' amongst many other accolades.
For fine dining visit Woodhill House, an historic coastal manor house dating back in parts to the 17th century. The house overlooks the beautiful Donegal Highlands is set in its own grounds with an old walled garden. The menu is French based using fresh Irish produce, especially seafood from nearby Killybegs, Ireland's principal fishing port.
Ardara is home to many weekend festivals throughout the year, see the Ardara website for more details.

Nearby, Narin has a fine sandy beach 1.5m/2.5km long and an 18-hole golf course. At low tide it is possible to walk or paddle to the little islet of Inishkeel. This tidal island was the early ecclesiastical site of Conall Caol, which was founded in the 6th Century AD. The ruins of two early Christian churches are to be found there. The old graveyard contains ornamental cross slabs dating from the 7th and 8th century. The island is accessible on foot during low tide from Nairn beach.
Narin and Portnoo Golf Club is considered one of the finest natural links courses in Ireland. It is certainly one of the most scenic. Opened in 1930, it is a deceptively different links. Engagingly old fashioned, this is a links in its purest form. The fabulous beach is ideal for windsurfing, water-skiing and sailing and is backed by an extensive and majestic sand dune system with a well defined primary dune ridge.

Another nearby sight not to missed are the Sliabh Liag cliffs, situated just over a half an hour’s drive from Ardara, said to be among the highest marine cliffs in Europe. The cliffs rise almost 2000 ft / 598 m above the Atlantic Ocean making them more than twice as high as the famous cliffs of Mohar in County Clare.

Sliabh Liag (mountain of the flagstones) is often photographed from a viewpoint that can be reached by a very narrow road called One Man’s Path that departs from the village of Teelin. One can drive to a carpark at the viewing point also. Nevertheless it is better to leave the car and walk the 2-3 km to the cliffs so as not to miss the spectacular scenery of the area. From the viewing point there are terrrific views across Donegal Bay towards the mountains of Sligo and Mayo.

For the surfers, as well as the magnificent Narin beach, there is a fantastic beach for surfing 25 minutes away to the North at Dooey beach that also runs surfing camps throughout the summer. Search wild atlantic surfing on the net for more details. To the South there is are famous waves of Bundoran and Rossnowlagh. Further North again the strand at Falcarragh is a favoured spot for surfers near and far.

Glenveagh National Park is one of six national parks in Ireland. Situated in the Northwest of Co. Donegal, 60km from Ardara, Glenveagh encompasses some 16,000 hectares in the heart of the Derryveagh Mountains. Such a great wilderness is the haunt of many interesting plants and animals. These lands were managed as a private deer forest before becoming a national park in 1975. In the heart of the park sits Glenveagh castle. Glenveagh Castle is a 19th century castellated mansion and was built between 1867 and 1873. Its construction in a remote mountain setting was inspired by the Victorian idyll of a romantic highland retreat. Few of the great houses of Ireland are preserved in this condition, with their original furnishings, and in Glenveagh Castle one catches a glimpse of a lifestyle belonging to an earlier age. The surrounding gardens are simply wonderful.
Our area is famous for its spectacular scenery, beautiful unspoilt beaches, archaeological finds and the hospitality of its people. Ardara is a designated Heritage Town on the Wild Atlantic Way and also a well…

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