Carrickfinn Old Schoolhouse

The Old School House on the Wild Atlantic Way is beautifully restored and offers quality self catering accommodation. Fringed by West Donegal’s unique coastal scenery, it is the perfect holiday location. This Donegal self catering holiday home suits all needs.

Tastefully furnished fitted with all modern conveniences warm, cosy, comfortable, secure and family friendly. The character of the old classroom has been retained and with a glowing fire, the original granite fireplace is a great focus point. The overhead balcony serves as a reading or games area. A number of old school desks have been restored. Other artefacts include roll books, schoolbooks and photographs. Mobile broadband is available in the holiday home.

The Old School House is situated on the beautiful Carrickfinn Peninsula near Kincasslagh. This Peninsula is located in North West Donegal and is surrounded by the county’s largest Gaeltacht area.The peninsula has a fertile low-lying grassy plain known as a Machair or machar in Gaelic. The unique ecosystem of this grassy plain has led much of Carrickfinn to be designated as a Special Area of Conservation and also a Natural Heritage area.

Carrickfinn Old Schoolhouse

The Old School House on the Wild Atlantic Way is beautifully restored and offers quality self catering accommodation amid spectacular surroundings.

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Carrickfinn Old Schoolhouse

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