Donegal Cottages

Dungloe Bay Sea House

Dungloe Bay Sea House

The Sea House is a beautiful 2 bedroom holiday home with a stunning coastal setting along the rugged coastline between Dungloe and the wonderful beach at Maghery. From its elevated site, the holiday home enjoys sweeping panoramic views over Dungloe Bay towards the islands of Inishfree, Rutland and Arranmore.

The living space is very tastefully furnished and decorated. It has an open fireplace and enjoys amazing sea views. Just off the kitchen, there is a second smaller living space with a solid fuel stove.

The holiday home has a lovely shower room and 2 bedrooms  – each with their own individual style. Throughout the house, the occasional tables, lamps and colourful wall pictures and hangings help create the perfect ambience for peace and relaxation

The Sea House has 2 separate decking areas, both enjoying wonderful views of the coastal landscape  –  a landscape that changes mood daily with the ever-changing sky.

The holiday home is just 3.5km from the small and vibrant coastal community of Maghery. The main attraction here is the wonderful Maghery Beach which faces out to the Atlantic Ocean and is overlooked by the dramatic Crohy Headland. The wider region around Maghery is an area of outstanding natural beauty with a variety of landscapes including beaches, islands, sea cliffs, caves, arches, hills, and lakes.

Dungloe Bay Sea House

The Sea House is a beautiful 2 bedroom holiday home with a stunning coastal setting along the rugged coastline between Dungloe and the wonderful beach at Maghery.

Dungloe Bay Sea House

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