Buliban Cottage Malin Head

Buliban Cottage is situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, 2 kilometers from Ireland’s most northerly point at Malin Head on the Inishowen Peninsula, Donegal. It is a unique coastal property with spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and Inishtrahull Island. A private beach is only a few minutes walk from the front door.

Buliban Cottage is a one bedroom holiday home that has recently been renovated. It has a well equipped kitchen with an adjacent dining area. A solid fuel stove provides a warm focal point for the cosy living area. The bright and spacious double bedroom is ensuite with a wet room.

Wild Atlantic Way

The cottage overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and Inishtrahull Island with its iconic Lighthouse. It is located between the quaint beach and harbour at Pormor and Banbas Crown at Malin Head – a Signature Point on the Wild Atlantic Way. Overlooking Portmor harbour is the Seaview Tavern which features a quaint traditional pub and a restaurant.

Nearby is Farrens Bar – the most northerly pub in Ireland. At Banbas Crown you can take in the wonderful coastal views here while enjoying a coffee from Caffe Banba – Irelands most northernly cafe. The quaint Curiosity Shop of Malin Head is just down the road from the cottage – it is well worth a browse.

Video – Whitestrand Accommodation Malin Head

This video features Buliban Cottage, Whitestrand B&B and Inishowen scenery. Visit the website at www.whitestrand.net

Buliban Cottage Malin Head

Buliban Cottage is situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, two kilometers from Ireland’s most northerly point at Malin Head on the Inishowen Peninsula.

Buliban Cottage

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