Holiday Cottages, Malin Head
Malin Head; though not actually a town, has become a fairly large community, steadily growing as more new houses are being built. It has always been a strategically important part of the country, where observation posts and signal towers were erected to keep an eye on shipping movements passing the northern coast. From the Spanish Armada, to the French fleet during the Napoleonic Wars, and more recently, during the two world wars. Before satellite communication, there used to be a radio station here, and there is still an active weather station, which provides important data to local and international weather bureaux. The most northerly point in Ireland is marked by an old signal tower on top of a hill known as Banba's Crown. - A popular tourist destination. From here, probably the best views are looking south at the magnificent vista provided by the Inishowen Hills; though on a clear day, one can see as far as the Scottish Hebrides to the east and Tory Island to the west.
Holiday Properties in Malin Head
Forget-me-not is a spacious, 5 bedroom holiday home which would make an ideal base for a self catering holiday in this beautiful part of north Donegal. The house overlooks the surrounding landscape and a small river which flows onwards towards the Atlantic Ocean. There is a large garden to the side and … full listing
The cottage occupies the upper floor of a historic dwelling, which is said to be over 100 years old. The building occupies a prime spot overlooking the harbour and pier at Malin Head, with the beach just below, to the right. An elevated deck offers superb views over the harbour, the beach … full listing
Crega Cottage is nestled in spectacular coastal countryside close to Ireland's most northerly point, Malin Head. It is especially suitable for individuals, couples and smaller groups of up to 3. The cottage is fully wheelchair accessible with purpose built shower room and wide entrance doors. The surrounding grounds have been landscaped by … full listing
Gortnamullan Cottage is located on the western shores of the Malin Head Peninsula and has lovely sea views encompassing the Isle of Doagh, Dunaff and Fanad Heads and the imposing Glashedy Rock located 1km out to sea from Ballyliffin Golf Course. Ireland's most northerly Point, Malin Head, is a 5 min drive … full listing
A cosy cottage, based on an early traditional design, with a spacious single bedroom, a separate shower room and a combined living room, kitchen and dining area. The cottage is close to Farrens Bar; Irelands most northerly Pub. Ideal for a single person or a couple, though an additional single bed allows … full listing
Gort na Cuile - Malin Head
Gort na Cuile is a modern 3 bedroom holiday home with a truly breathtaking location overlooking White Strand near Malin Head - Ireland's most northerly point. Dramatic scenery, stunning and ever changing sea views, easy access to the sea shore and spectacular sunsets are just some of the reasons to holiday at … full listing
Cosy nights beside the fire!!
Blustery walks on unspoilt beaches!!
This cottage and its coastal location will exceed your expectation
Radharc Banbha is a luxury holiday cottage situated in Malin Head, Donegal, Ireland's most northerly point with a stunning coastal setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean in an area of outstanding natural beauty
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Teach Aisling is a modern 3 bedroom holiday home located just 5km from Malin Head - Irelands most northernly point. This spacious self catering accommodation is an ideal base to explore the rugged and beautiful Inishowen Peninsula. The coastline around the holiday home is dotted with small harbours, hidden coves and rocky … full listing