Brinlack Cottage along Wild Atlantic Way in west Donegal

Brinlack Cottage

Located right on the R257 roadside of the Wild Atlantic Way. Standing on an elevated site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with uninterrupted views of Gola, Inishsirrer and Inismeane Islands and views of Aran Island to the side coastal skyline.

The house is on a large private and gated/fenced site with its own winding entrance and is located less than a mile from Teach Jacks Hotel and convenient to local shops and stunning beaches. Bloody Foreland is approx. ½ mile in the other direction towards Falcarragh. We now feature high speed fibre wifi.

3 bed / sleeps 10

from €500pw

sea views

free wifi

The House is impeccably decorated with an open plan kitchen/living/dining room equipped with dishwasher, cooker, American style fridge freezer c/w ice and filtered water dispenser. The living room fireplace has a wood burning stove and a leather suite. Downstairs there is a bedroom ensuite plus second bedroom with a bathroom adjacent. There is also a small utility room with washer/dryer machine.

Upstairs via an open tread pine stairs there is a large bedroom with 2 double beds adjacent to a shower room. There is also an open gallery over the kitchen which can be used as a play area for the children and has a sofa bed for additional sleeping area.
The house can comfortably sleep 8-10 people

Brinlack Cottage

Located along the Wild Atlantic Way overlooking the west Donegal coastline, Brinlack Cottage enjoys panoramic sea views and for your convenience is equipped with free high speed broadband. Book direct with Agnes or Pat to get best rates.

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