Bundoran Self Catering

Bundoran (Bun Dobhrain) is the first major town you meet when travelling into County Donegal from Sligo. Popularly known as Ireland’s Premier Seaside Resort, is located on the shores of the broad Atlantic Ocean against a backdrop of the majestic Ben Bulben mountain range.

This is an ideal place to live, visit, or simply to relax. With a wealth of activities and facilities on offer to suit all tastes, the town is widely recognised as a ‘hub’ destination to discover and experience the richness of our local and surrounding areas. Bundoran is popular for surfing, with a beach in the centre of town (Main beach), and another beach, Tullan Strand, close by. Main beach has lifeguards on duty during the summer months. Tullan Strand has rip currents which make it unsafe for swimming, but it is a popular surfing beach during the summer, with bigger waves than in town. There is a popular walk from Main beach to Tullan strand around the cliffs called “Rougy Walk”.

Innishfree Bundoran

Innishfree Bundoran

Inishfree and The Garden House are two adjoining detached holiday cottages. These unique holiday properties have a private gated enclosure.

38 Rossview

Named after the development on which it is situated, the holiday home is a compact, semi detached, south facing, three bedroom property which can sleep up to six.

To the northern end of the resort there is a 19 hole golf links.

Other attractions within walking distance of town centre include fishing boat charter, Horse riding and equestrian centre, Funfair, Bundoran 6 screen Cineplex, Bowling, Nightclubs and Concert Venues, Restaurants and Amusements. A country music festival is held during the month of October. Bundoran is an ideal centre for visiting the many scenic and historical locations around Donegal Bay, Sligo’s Yeats Country, Lovely Leitrim and Fermanagh’s Lakelands.

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