Lag Dubh - Cruit Island

Lag Dubh is a spacious 2 bedroom all ensuite holiday home situated on beautiful Cruit Island.

Lag Dubh – Cruit Island

Lag Dubh is a spacious 2 bedroom all ensuite holiday home situated on beautiful Cruit Island. This top-class self-catering accommodation is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, cliffs and rugged coastline.

Cruit Island lies off the coast of West Donegal near the village of Kincasslagh. It is a small island measuring roughly 3 miles by one mile. It is approached by a bridge so access to it is easy.  On the island, there is the very scenic 9 hole Cruit Golf Club which has its own bar.

2 bed / sleeps 6

from €525 pw

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golf nearby

free wifi

​The island is ruggedly beautiful and is dotted with sandy beaches all around its coastline. In fact, there are about twelve beaches on Cruit. There is also a small pier and a couple of slipways. The cliffs on the island are popular with rock climbers.

Kincasslagh on the mainland is a very short drive from the holiday home. This small Gaeltacht village has a shop and a pub and its harbour is a popular base for kayaking and sailing. Saoire Mara Charters offer deep sea angling and coastal and island cruises from Kincasslagh pier.

Lag Dubh - Cruit Island

Lag Dubh is a spacious 2 bedroom all ensuite holiday home situated on beautiful Cruit Island.

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