Coastguard Station Moville

Coastguard Station Moville

This unique holiday rental is located in Ireland’s only listed Coastguard Station and as well as enjoying the unique charms of this historic building you can enjoy panoramic views over Lough Foyle and the little fishing harbour at Moville. With the village centre a 5 min walk away, the car ferry port at Greencastle and proximity to the city of Derry, this characterful holiday home is ideally placed as a touring base for the entire region, including the Wild Atlantic Way. It is also an excellect base for Artists and photographers seeking a great experience.

3 bed / sleeps 6

£550 per week

sea views

free wifi

The Coastguard Station is a unique historic listed building of the 19th century situated opposite the fishing pier of Moville Town harbour with its small fleet of fishing boats and boats moored offshore. It enjoys panoramic views over Lough Foyle and looks across to Benevinagh Mountain and the Derry and Antrim coastline.

The Coastguard Station housed the coastguards of yesteryear and their families and provides an insight into life in the area over 100 years ago. The front of the building boasts a beautiful communal lawned area, while the house is accessed at the rear along a communal walkway/ driveway.

Coastguard Station Moville

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