O'Neill's Beach House at Tullagh Bay

O’Neill’s Beach House at Tullagh Bay

This beautifully maintained three bedroom bungalow that sleeps six, stands on a unique 0.75 acre site which has direct frontage onto the scenic beach at Tullagh Strand, just outside the popular village of Clonmany. The house is set in beautifully manicured gardens which lead onto a large raised decking area with uninterrupted views of Tullagh beach.

3 bed / sleeps 6

from €750pw

sea views

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Direct access to beach

Also an ideal place to stay if you wish to visit the Historic Walled City of Derry – the 2013 City of Culture. Tours of the city and booking of events can be arranged. This house is the place to stay if you enjoy hill WALKING as we are located next to some of the most beautiful walking trails in Donegal. If you come to the beach house you can enjoy some great FISHING on the beach below the private decking area.

The decking has a gate which leads directly onto the sand making this property an ideal place to holiday with young children.

Horse riding is available on the beach at the end of the garden. It is a five minute walk to Tullagh Bay Equestrian Centre which runs a summer school in July and August. So why not drop the kids off for a full day or a half day and have some time to yourself !

O'Neill's Beach House at Tullagh Bay

This beautifully maintained three bedroom bungalow that sleeps six, stands on a unique 0.75 acre site which has direct frontage onto the scenic beach at Tullagh Strand, just outside the popular village of Clonmany.

O'Neill's Beach House at Tullagh Bay

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