- Kleines Landhaus139 m²
- Mindestaufenthalt3 - 7 Nächte
- Innerhalb weniger Stunden
- Kalender zuletzt aktualisiert:
- 18. Juli 2018
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Sport und Abenteuer
100% Erstattung für Stornierungen bis zu 60 Tage vor Anreise. Sie müssen den Vermieter direkt kontaktieren, um die Buchung zu stornieren.
Having just spent a long weekend at the cottage, I can honestly say that it was a superb place. The cottage is beautifully restored but still has the modern facilities (dishwasher,d.v.d player, Heating!) to make it a comfortable place to relax, after days out exploring.
The cottage is situated in a great location for people who like walking as there is a national park nearby, but its also ideal for people loooking for a secluded sandy beach to chill out on, we visited in Feb, so it wasn't quite the sunbathing weather but the costal areas were pretty breathtaking even at that time of year. The cottage has lots of books about the surrounding area, which is really useful as it gives you some good ideas about what to do whilst there. I would highly recommend this cottage to anyone who is looking for a relaxing break away from it all.
many thanks Jenga, glad you enjoyed you short break. Everyone seems to enjoy playing with the turf fire... and it really is close to something for everyone.
Lovely traditional cottage
Laurel cottage is situated near the stunning beaches and little town of Falcarragh. Here, you feel like a part of Donegal’s rural past, but with all the modern amenities in this comfortable, homey cottage.
The perfect spot!
We are a group of friends who were looking for a spot to enjoy a birthday milestone. Did we ever find the right place!
The house, while a bit of a challenge to find (hint - look for the ‘Irish Flag’ driveway markers) was impeccably clean, comfortable, well stocked and situated a 20 minute walk from some great pubs.
We really enjoyed the peat fire in the evenings, and the small sunroom made morning coffee a treat as well.
We enjoyed all the terrific walks that were right outside our door, and with the mountains within a very short drive, there was plenty of exploring to be had. Finally, dinner at The Mill restaurant was the best - what a great meal we had!
In short, we had the trip of a lifetime - you can bet we’ll be back for sure!
Quaint cottage, perfect setting for getting away from it all
My husband and I enjoyed a stay at this cottage with our dog. It was reasonably clean though brushing up the dead bugs would have made it feel more homely. The kitchen had great amenities but the kettle is in dire need of replacement! There was a welcoming bottle of wine on arrival which added a nice touch. The sofa was very comfortable. This is definitely the place to go for some tranquillity and quiet away from it all
We're glad you enjoyed your stay.
Unfortunately, this spring, the Donegal countryside & associated housing stock have suffered from unusually high numbers of bugs. We felt it necessary to address the issue proactively by getting someone in to deal with the problem before your stay. The lateness of his arrival thwarted our excellent house-keeper. Sadly, by your account, whilst he killed the bugs, his brushing up wasn't so good! Apologies.
Thank you for letting us know about the kettle. Whilst we check appliances between rentals, we do appreciate our guests letting us know if something breaks during their stay. We have replaced the kettle accordingly.
Glad you enjoyed the peace & tranquillity of Donegal.
Quaint cottage stay
Our family of four (plus pet dog) enjoyed a comfortable stay at this lovely cottage over the new year period. The owners were very quick to communicate during the booking process and were helpful in answering all queries. We were delighted to be welcomed by a roaring turf fire and nice bottle of red wine on arrival. The cottage was as described, and we found it very clean, comfortable and well equipped. Falcarragh and the surrounding area is a picturesque part of Donegal and, despite stormy weather, we explored many of the local towns and enjoyed walks along several beaches. We also enjoyed the walk from the cottage into Falcarragh, a friendly town, and discovered that the Loft pub there welcomes dogs when food isn't being served. If visiting the cottage during rainy weather, we would recommend bringing welly boots, as the only places where the car can be parked at the cottage were very muddy! Our only other slight issue was that the shower wasn't the most effective, but overall we would highly recommend the property for a 'get away from it all' rural break.
Thanks for the great review and great that you enjoyed your stay at the cottage and the stunning area. I’ve had the shower checked out and the pump to give it power is working fine. I know there is an issue with room height and the shower dosent fit taller guests. The only other thing I can think of is water temperature... the immersion heater needs a good long time to fill the hot water tank... in the arrival info I explain best way to work the immersion.
Thanks again, Mark.
A proper original cottage.
We were spoilt with lots of sunshine in this lovely land. Cottage full of charm and has all mod cons as described. Had rather more of us in the cottage as in numerous creepy crawlies all over our bedroom floor, bedding and clothing. Centipedes and HUGE beetles but learnt to ignore them. All the views are a short walk down the lane. Just wish we could bring the beauty and quiet with us. Sad to leave beautiful Donegal.
Glad you enjoyed the tranquility in our authentic cottage with great weather, but sorry you had some non invited guests... unfortunately Donegal seems to have a problem with creepy crawlies at the minute as as soon as i mentioned it to our friend who does the changeovers I was told ..yep thats been on the radio...obviously keeping doors and windows shut will help, especially in autumn if its been wet, as with all country houses.
this from an Irish newspaper report..
"Storms hit the country earlier than usual this year and more are to come.
This means even bigger spiders could soon be entering Irish homes.
Peak sightings often occur in September ...as the weather turns cooler in autumn..
Um allem zu entkommen, ist Donegal der perfekte Ort. Mit emporschnellenden Klippen von 300m, verlassenen, weißen Sandstränden, atemberaubenden Landschaften, exzellenten Meeresfrüchten und ruhigen, gemütlichen Pubs, nötigt Donegal Sie, sich zurückzulehen, nachzulassen und den Ausblick zu bewundern.
Egal, ob Sie eine lange Wanderung über holpriges Gebiet, faulenzen am malerischen Strand oder das Erkunden antiker Sehenswürdigkeiten wählen, das spektakuläre Bezirk im Nord-Westen Irlands ist unschlagbar.
Ards Wald, Kreis Donegal.
Der 1200 Morgen große Park ist ideal für einen Familienausflug. Gelegen am Ufer der Sheephaven Bucht am robusten Küstenstrich Donegals, mit Waldungen, Flüssen, Picknick-Bereichen, Sandstränden und Spielbereichen.
Glenveagh Nationalpark, Kreis Donegal.
Der prächtige Park umfasst 14000 Hektar an Bergen, erhöhtes Marschland, Seen und Waldungen, die das Tal rastern, welches Namensgeber des Parks ist. Der Steinadler wurde 2000 wieder in den Park eingeführt.
Sonstige Aktivitäten: 4x4 Geländewege