Crockaulin Drive Greencastle

Crockaulin Drive is a 4 bedroom holiday home situated on an elevated site above the coastal village of Greencastle. This comfortable self catering accommodation enjoys lovely views over Lough Foyle towards Binevenagh Mountain. It is located 2km from the harbour in Greencastle, 3.5km from Greencastle Golf Club and just 3km from Moville. The Blue Flag Beach and Lighthouse at Stroove is 6km away.

The holiday home has 4 spacious bedrooms to sleep 8 comfortably. The main living room is tastefully furnished and decorated and has a tv, dvd player and a PS3 games console. The well equipped modern kitchen has seating and dining areas and there is also a separate dining room and utility room..An arcade size Foosball Table is available. The holiday home has enclosed gardens with a furnished patio area.

Crockaulin Drive is an ideal base to explore the beautiful Inishowen Peninsula. The visitor can use the Wild Atlantic Way to explore the ruggedly beautiful coastline of the peninsula which is dotted with hidden coves, rocky headlands and outcrops. Ireland’s most Northerly point is Banbas Crown at Malin Head which is a Signature Point on the Wild Atlantic Way. Dolphins and Basking sharks are frequent visitors to the waters around Malin Head.

The narrow winding coastal roads and inland mountain tracks around Greencastle provide ideal walking terrain for the keen rambler. The Inishowen Peninsula in general has managed to retained a good number of traditional thatched cottages which adds to the attractiveness of the landscape. Inishowen is also one of the best places in Ireland to see the Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights

Crockaulin Drive Greencastle

Crockaulin Drive is a 4 bedroom holiday home on an elevated site above the coastal village of Greencastle.

Crockaulin Drive

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