Donrone House Rossnowlagh

Donrone House is a luxury modern holiday home with a beautiful location on a hillside in the popular beach and surf resort of Rossnowlagh in South Donegal

From its elevated site the holiday home enjoys lovely views over Donegal Bay towards the cliffs at Slieve League and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. From the front door it is just over 500 metres to Rossnowlagh Beach – a fabulous 2km long Blue Flag beach.

The amenities in Rossnowlagh – Surf Schools, Brittons Gallery, The Sandhouse Hotel, the Smugglers Creek and Gaslight bar/ restaurants are within easy walking distance. The holiday home also lies along Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way driving route which hugs the coastline of South Donegal.

The holiday home itself is modern, extremely stylish and comfortable. It invites a wealth of natural light with its large windows to maximise the view and setting. There are 4 double bedrooms – 3 of which are ensuite. A large bathroom features a bath and separate shower. There are 3 separate living spaces , all enjoying sea views.

The main living room is very spacious and has a solid fuel stove. A smaller room is ideal for children complete with novelty armchair, tv and x-box player. A large open plan area features another living space as well as kitchen and dining areas. The living area has a gas effect stove. The stylish modern kitchen is fully equipped for a self catering holiday.

Donrone House Rossnowlagh

Donrone House is a luxury modern holiday home with a beautiful location on a hillside in the popular beach and surf resort of Rossnowlagh in South Donegal

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