Roshine Fishing Lodge offers boutique style luxury self catering accommodation in a wonderfully tranquil environment. The holiday home offers sweeping views over Purt Lough towards the spectacular North Donegal coastline – views that include Tory Island, Horn Head, Dunfanaghy village and Sheephaven Bay. The lodge is set in 30 acres of private landscaped grounds, offering lakeside and hill walks
The Lodge is both spacious and inviting and has been designed and appointed to suit the discerning holiday maker. Tasteful decorated and exceptionally comfortable, Roshine Fishing Lodge ensures every guest a pleasurable stay.
The holiday home has five beautifully designed bedrooms – three ensuite. Each bedroom is immersed in comfort, flooded in sunshine, with either sparkling lough and sea views or mountain views. The holiday home also features a superb modern kitchen, a large spacious bathroom and two large reception rooms - each with open fireplaces
Roshine Fishing Lodge is situated between the foot of Roshine Mountain and the shores of Purt Lough, 3 miles outside the village of Dunfanaghy. Purt is a brown trout lake, some 75 acres in size. The lake has a big stock of free rising, wild brown trout averaging half pound with fish up to 2 pound. Two fishing boats are available for hire.
All around Roshine Fishing Lodge you will find rugged peninsulas, clean beaches and towering mountains. This part of Donegal is famous for its natural beauty - from the majesty of Glenveagh National Park to the wild Atlantic views along the spectacular Horn Head coastal drive. For hill walking enthusiasts Muckish Mountain is nearby and Mount Errigal and the Derryveagh Mountains are only 15 minutes drive away. There are also a number of beautiful forest walks in the region - including numerous walking trails in the wonderful Ards Forest Park.
Roshine Country House and Lodge is ideal for both a quiet, relaxing trip or an activity holiday based on fly fishing, hill walking, cycling or golf.
Facilities available in superb modern fitted kitchen include electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and gas hob. There is a small dining table and 4 chairs for informal dining. Double doors lead out to one of the two reception rooms which features a large antique dining table.
The holiday home also has a separate utility area which features a washing machine and tumble dryer
The large living and dining room with its open fireplace and high ceiling enjoys wonderful views of the North Donegal coastline. The furniture is antique, comfortable and luxurious. The dining table can accommodate up to 10 people.
The holiday home has 5 very comfortable and spacious bedrooms – each with its own individual style. The ground floor bedroom has an ensuite shower and enjoys views of Roshine Mountain. The remaining 4 bedrooms - 2 ensuite - are located on the first floor. Two of these bedrooms enjoy superb sea and lough views. Also on the first floor is a luxury bathroom with bath and separate shower
An attractive feature of this deluxe holiday home is the existence of two separate living / reception rooms. The photograph above shows the traditional style living room on the ground floor. This bright living space has an open fireplace, luxury furniture suite and a hardwood floor. For home entertainment there is a flat screen tv and dvd. This room enjoys wonderful views of the North Donegal coastline near Tory Island
Rest of Year
Weekends (2 nights)
Bank Holiday Weekends (3 nights)
Booking deposit (non-refundable) of euro100 per week - with balance to be paid six weeks prior to the letting period.
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