Cliff Lodge Rossnowlagh

Cliff Lodge Rossnowlagh

Cliff Lodge is a cosy gem nestled on the panoramic seaside cliffs above the beach and surfing resort of Rossnowlagh. This beautiful, newly renovated, 2 bedroom lodge is located in a secluded area on its own private grounds and features free wifi. The interior décor curated by the owners compliments the surroundings perfectly with beach coloured palette and motifs.

The bedrooms are cosy and drawn out in a similar vein, offering lots of natural light with majestic skies and the endless panoramic views of the Atlantic.

Cliff Lodge is located in the popular beach and surfing community of Rossnowlagh, Co. Donegal. All the local amenities are within walking distance with a quiet creek and beach being a very short distance away. The area forms part of the dramatic “Wild Atlantic Way” scenic driving route which weaves along the whole western coast of Ireland.

Cliff Lodge Rossnowlagh

Cliff Lodge is a cosy gem nestled on the panoramic seaside cliffs above the beach and surfing resort of Rossnowlagh.

Moville to Greencastle Shore Path

This 3km long path skirts the shores of Lough Foyle between the popular seaside resort of Moville and the fishing village of Greencastle….

Fanad Lighthouse

Fanad Lighthouse is one of 70 lighthouses operated by the Commissioners of Irish Lights around the coast of Ireland and plays a vital role in maritime safety.

Porthaw Beach Buncrana Inishowen

This secluded beach is located close to Ned’s Point along the shorefront walk leading to Fr Hegarty’s Rock and Stragill to the north of Buncrana.

The Seaside Village of Rathmullan

Rathmullan, scene of The Flight of the Earls in 1607, is located on the western shores of Lough Swilly and looks across its waters towards the hills of Inishowen.

Moville Pier Inishowen

The pier and shorefront area in the seaside village of Moville, Inishowen. Once used as an emigration point, now popular with fishermen and the local rowing club.

Birds Eye View of Malin Head to Hells Hole

Malin Head (In Irish: Cionn Mhálanna) at the tip of the Inishowen peninsular in County Donegal is the most northern point of Ireland that has a rugged landscape and had a long history of communication with ships.

Glashedy Rock from Ballyliffin Golf Club

The imposing Glashedy Rock is located in Pollan Bay just of the north Inishowen coastline. If you play either of the 2 courses at Ballyliffin Golf Club, several of the holes have panoramic views over the Bay towards the rock.

Teelin Harbour

Located in south west Donegal, Teelin harbour provides shelter from the Atlantic waves and is the departure point of boat trips to the Sliabh League sea cliffs.

Chris Hadfield Space Oddity

During late 2014, Chris Hadfield visited Inishowen and Malin Head to experience Donegal’s section of the Wild Atlantic Way and the recent death of David Bowie brought this visit back to mind.

Walking at Horn Head Donegal

Gerry McVeigh takes you on a walk through the spectacular scenery at Horn Head north of the seaside village of Dunfanaghy.