Traditional Cottage at Malin Head

Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, John Ons is a recently renovated traditional cottage with white washed walls, slated roof and sliding sash windows. This quaint 2 bedroom holiday home has an idyllic coastal setting overlooking the Atlantic Ocean – the cottage is within Malin Head, 2/3 km from Banba’s Crown. It is an ideal base for holidaymakers interested in walking, fishing, bird watching and photography.

John Ons is an old traditional dwelling that has been totally refurbished to provide comfortable self catering accommodation. The main room is open plan with kitchen, living and dining areas. The comfortably furnished living area enjoys uninterrupted views of the Atlantic Ocean.

There are two bright bedrooms – one double and one double + single. There is a large walk-in shower with heated towel radiator. The cottage has an elevated site with panoramic views of the north Inishowen coastline.

Traditional Cottage at Malin Head

Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, John Ons is a recently renovated traditional cottage with white washed walls, slated roof and sliding sash windows

John Ons near Malin Head

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