Bunbeg Holiday Homes
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Bunbeg Holiday Homes is a development of three- and four-star holiday homes, situated along a scenic area of Donegal coastline in the seaside village of Bunbeg, comprising 3 two-bedroomed cottages and 1 four-bedroomed house.
Bunbeg Holiday Homes is a development of three- and four-star holiday homes, situated in a most scenic area along Donegals' coastline in the seaside village of Bunbeg. Bunbeg Holiday Homes comprises of 3 two-bedroomed cottages and 1 four-bedroomed house accommodating five to nine people. All the holiday homes have oil-fired central heating, and an open fireplace in the living room. Turf is supplied free of charge. WiFi, Saorview and free-to-view signal are available in all the holiday homes.
Facilities on-site include a building for storage the equipment of walkers, mountain climbers, cyclists, golfers and fishermen. All the holiday homes have private gardens and parking facilities. The cottages are situated in a quiet, peaceful setting with views of the sea and Errigal Mountain. The development is safe for children with miles of sandy beaches only a short distance away.
Bunbeg is situated in the heart of the Donegal Gaeltacht and is known for its culture, language and traditional music. Local music pubs include Teach Hudi Beag, Paddi Ogs, Leos Tavern and Restaurant, and Sean Ogs Pub and Restaurant. Local Hotels include Ostan Gweedore, Sea View Hotel, Derrybeg Hotel, Ostan Teach Jack, and An Chuirt Hotel.
Bunbeg Harbour is known as the smallest harbour in Europe, and visitors may see local fishermen land their catches on a summer's evening, or take a trip to Tory Island on the ferry. Visitors can also visit the smaller islands from Maghergallon pier on Jimmy Sweeney's ferry. Walkers, mountain climbers, fishermen and golfers are spoiled for choice in Gweedore. Bunbeg offers lots of activities for families including miles of safe sandy beaches, Errigal Mountain, Dunglewey Lakeside Centre, and Glenveigh National Park. There are two Chinese restaurants, four cafés and two take-away food outlets. Our visitors say the most enjoyable day's of their holiday is after a day's activity, to go to the local pub or restaurant, enjoy a good meal, a pint of Guinness, and return to the holiday home to a nice bright turf fire.