Wild Rose Cottage stands on a half acre plot with a relaxing garden area both back and front for you to enjoy. The Cottage offers a tranquil and relaxing base from which to explore the breathtaking beauty of Donegal and the Wild Atlantic Way
While this traditional Irish home is completely private, it is just a two minute drive to the local village where you will find a Post Office, Café, Grocery Store and several Pubs with traditional music to entertain you.
Tastefully decorated and featuring an open fireplace as well as oil-fired central heating the Cottage is cosy and comfortable year round. With all the necessary equipment in the kitchen, you can choose to cook at home if not in the mood to eat out. Wireless Internet is also provided. An outdoor shed provides extra space for surf boards , bicycles and outdoor gear.
Nearby you will find amazing Blue Flag beaches, the rugged sea cliffs at Slieve Leauge, traditional Irish music and great restuarants. Come and enjoy breathtaking mountain views, wonderful scenery and indulge in a friendly and tranquil atmosphere that will inspire you to return year after year. We look forward to sharing the delights of Wild Rose Cottage and its environs with you !
Zugang für Gäste
Guest will have use of the entire Cottage and garden
Interaktion mit Gästen
We meet and greet all new guests to facilitate an easy Book-in
Weitere wichtige Infos
Internet WiFi is available
- Security Deposit may be required
3 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt vom 7. April 2017 - 29. September 2017.
Jennifer and Willie have been operating their self-catering Cottage since 2012 and joined Airbnb in 2017. They are committed to offering their guests an authentic Irish experience and provide lots of valuable information about the local area. Living nearby, they are available to meet and greet their guests on arrival. Jennifer is a keen gardener and enjoys interior decorating. Willie is now retired and runs a small farm and has a special interest in local history. Both are local to Donegal and they welcome the influence that the Wild Atlantic Way has brought to their region.