Jigger's at Porthaw, Buncrana

Jigger’s Porthaw is a 4 bedroom holiday home with a beautiful peaceful setting just north of Buncrana Town. 

Jigger’s at Porthaw, Buncrana

Jigger’s Porthaw is a 4 bedroom holiday home with a beautiful peaceful setting just north of Buncrana Town. The holiday home enjoys views towards Lough Swilly and is just minutes walk from the secluded Porthaw Beach. From the front door, it is 2km to the centre of Buncrana

Jigger’s Porthaw is a great central base to explore the beautiful Inishowen Peninsula. Ireland’s most northerly point, Malin Head, the museum at Dunree, the ancient ring fort An Grianan Aileach, the Famine Village on Doagh Isle and nearby Derry city are all well worth a visit. Jiggers is also a relaxing base to explore the Wild Atlantic Way in north Donegal.

4 bed / sleeps 10

from €800pw

sea views

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pets welcome

free wifi

Right in front of the holiday home is a  very scenic coastal path which runs for several kilometres along the shores of Lough Swilly – the Lake of Shadows. Visitors can also enjoy a gentle walk alongside the River Crana under the beech, maple and lime trees of nearby Swan Park.

Jigger's at Porthaw

The holiday home enjoys views towards Lough Swilly and is just minutes walk from the secluded Porthaw Beach. From the front door, it is 2km to the centre of Buncrana

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Porthaw Beach Buncrana Inishowen

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Moville Pier Inishowen

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Chris Hadfield Space Oddity

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Leenan Fort Inishowen

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Chasing the Northern Lights

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