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Friary Brae Cottage

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Friary, Lough Eske, Donegal Town, Donegal,
Mr Patsy McNulty
الهاتف: +353(0)749721746
البريد الإلكتروني: selfcateringdonegal@gmail.com

Friary Brae Cottage is a lovely, four-bedroom cottage, overlooking Lough Eske in County Donegal. All rooms en suite and sleep up to eight guests. Friary Brae Cottage is close to Harvey’s Point Country Hotel and Solis Lough Eske Castle Hotel.

Friary Brae Cottage is a modern luxurious four-star holiday cottage nestled in the foothills of the Bluestack Mountains, overlooking the majestic Lough Eske, a 10 minute drive from the historic Donegal Town, now a major stop on the iconic Wild Atlantic Way. It is situated on the 47-kilometre-long Bluestack Way (a way-marked walking route), the scenic Bluestack Drive, and the Lough Eske Drive; making it an ideal location for touring the Northwest of Ireland.

Friary Brae Cottage features three double en suite bedrooms, and one twin en suite bedroom, accommodating up to eight guests. There is a fully-equipped modern kitchen, a spacious and bright dining area with traditional stone fireplace, and a living room with oak floor and stunning views of Lough Eske. Bed linen and towels are supplied free of charge, and a cot and high chair are available.

Friary Brae is less than five minutes from Harvey's Point Country Hotel, and Lough Eske Castle Hotel, and is the ideal location for attending weddings and functions in either of these renowned establishments.

Friary Brae Cottage is a great starting point to visit Yeats Country and Benbulben in County Sligo, Glencar Waterfall and the lakes in County Leitrim, or Sliabh Liag and the rugged coast of West Donegal. Guests are also in an ideal location to experience the sheer splendour of Glenveagh National Park, Errigal and Muckish Mountains, and the north coast of Northern Ireland including the World Heritage Site of The Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the Bushmills Distillery, and not forgetting the ancient City of Derry.