Inish House Inishowen

Inish House is a modern holiday home situated on Malin Head just 4.5km away from Banba’s Crown – Irelands most northerly point. The holiday home enjoys views towards the rugged coastline and is only 1.5km away from the quaint Portmor harbour and beach. The holiday home lies along the route of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way – indeed Malin Head is a Signature Point on this iconic driving route.

The holiday home has 4 spacious double bedrooms, one of which is ensuite. There is a bathroom on the ground floor and a shower room on the first floor. There is a fully equipped modern kitchen and a large adjoining dining room. The living room has a comfortable corner style sofa and a large flatscreen tv.

A short drive or leisurely walk will take you down to the picturesque harbour at Portmor with its lovely horseshoe shaped beach. A few miles offshore is Inistrahull Island and lighthouse. In recent years Dolphins have become regular visitors to the waters off Portmor. Whales and basking sharks can also be seen from the surrounding coastline. Overlooking Portmor harbour is the Seaview Tavern which features a quaint traditional pub and a restaurant. Nearby is Farrens Bar – the most northerly pub in Inishowen and Ireland.

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