Inch Cove

Inch Cove is located on an elevated site with panoramic views over Lough Swilly towards Rathmullan and the Fanad peninsula

Inch Cove

Inch Cove is located on an elevated site with panoramic views over Lough Swilly towards Rathmullan and the Fanad peninsula. Relax on the extensive wood deck and savour the spectacular sunsets as you gaze westwards towards the mountains of west Donegal. Stay at this holiday home and you have access to 4 acres of wooded garden with path down to the beach and a sea front patio. This area also features a Paddock and sand arena.

6 bed / sleeps 11

from €550pw

lake views

free wifi

Inch Island itself is a small island lying just off the Donegal coast at Burt at the start of the Inishowen peninsula . It is connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway. It is a quiet place with beautiful and diverse scenery – from the fertile lands on the eastern side  to the rugged hills and sheltered coves on the western side.  

Inch Cove

Inch Cove is located on an elevated site with panoramic views over Lough Swilly towards Rathmullan and the Fanad peninsula.

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