Sissly's Cottage - Isle of Doagh

Sissly’s Cottage – Isle of Doagh

Tastefully restored in recent years, Sissly’s Cottage has a traditional Irish cottage layout and now provides comfortable self catering accommodation for up to 4 people. A special feature is the high vaulted main living area which gives the cottage a very spacious feel.

The nearby Ballyliffin Golf Club, with its marvellous contoured fairways, is a course that adds new meaning to the phrase ‘a natural golf links’. The links courses at Ballyliffin have received the highest accolades from top golfers.

2 bed / sleeps 4

from €350pw

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The Inishowen Peninsula, wherein the Isle of Doagh is situated, stretches between Lough Foyle and Lough Swilly, to reach Ireland’s most northerly point at Malin Head. The drive round this expansive peninsula is spectacular with fine views of mountains and sea.

The numerous lakes and rivers provide good game and coarse fishing. Just 2 miles away is the beautiful Glenevin Waterfall with its walks and picnic area. Buncrana with it’s comprehensive range of shops is accessible in about 20 minutes.

Sissly's Cottage

Tastefully restored in recent years, Sissly’s Cottage has a traditional Irish cottage layout and now provides comfortable self catering accommodation for up to 4 people. A special feature is the high vaulted main living area which gives the cottage a very spacious feel.

Sissly's Cottage - Isle of Doagh

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