Lizzie's Cottage along Wild Atlantic Way
Quaint 80 year old cottage set in a beautiful, rugged landscape. This charming two bedroom cottage has been lovingly restored with a beautiful, bright colour scheme whilst retaining some vintage features. This is a perfect rural retreat for solo travellers, couples, families or small groups. The cottage is in an ideal location for those looking to try the local amenities such as fishing, hill walking, golfing, painting, photography, or for those holidaymakers who prefer a more peaceful retreat.
Recently completed eco-friendly house with an open plan living space that can sleep 8 people. Located less than 5kms from the busy village of Carrigart, there are stunning 180+ degree views to the North and East towards the mountains of the Fanad and Inishowen peninsulas, over-looking the calm waters of Mulroy Bay. The house is warm, with triple glazing and underfloor heating. There is a gas boiler but most of the hot water and daytime electricity requirements are met by the 12 solar PV panels.
The Gorgeous and Historic "Wee Green House"
Known to the postman as Figart, the Wee Green House was originally a horse stable built in the 1880s by Lord Leitrim. It’s now a peaceful escape-pod holiday cottage for good humans. The house is in the beautiful village of Carrigart, Co. Donegal, Ireland, on the Wild Atlantic Way, surrounded by stone walls, sea views, and good vibes. Despite being close to so many beautiful treasures, everything is a bit quieter here. The house is beautiful, full of charm, cozy, and - of course - painted green.