Parkmore is a modern 4 bedroom holiday home located 700 metres from the heart of Culdaff village and just 2km from the superb Blue Flag Culdaff Beach. The holiday lies along the route of the Wild Atlantic Way and is ideally situated to explore the ruggedly beautiful Inishowen Peninsula.
Major Tourist Attractions
A number of major tourist attractions / amenities are within easy driving distance of the holiday home. There include the superb Ballyliffin Golf Club (16km) – venue for the 2018 Irish Open. Other attractions include the Famine Village on the Isle of Doagh ( 19km), The Inishowen Maritime Museum and Planetarium in Greencastle (19km) Fort Dunree Military Museum (31km) and Malin Head (21km) – Irelands most northerly point.
Great Base to Explore the Inishowen Peninsula
The holiday home has 4 bedrooms to sleep 8 comfortably – 2 ensuite. There is a first floor bathroom and the ensuite of the ground floor bedroom can act as a separate shower room. There is a large bright kitchen and dining area which is fully equipped for a self catering holiday. The comfortably furnished living room features a solid fuel stove. Outside there are lawns on 3 sides.
Culdaff Blue Flag Beach
Culdaffs popularity as a family holiday destination is mainly down to its wonderful Blue Flag Beach which faces out to the Atlantic Ocean The beach is about 1km in length, and lies between Dunmore Head to the east and the little fishing harbour known as Bunagee. It is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts and is now a well established surfing destination. Dolphins are frequent visitors to the waters off the beach
A Top Sea Angling Destination
The beach car park has a well equipped and safe children's play area next to it. At the other end of the beach is Bunagee Harbour which has a small berthing marina. Bunagee is also one of Donegals main sea angling bases.
McGrorys of Culdaff
The holiday home is just a few minutes walk from McGrorys Hotel which is internationally renowned as a music venue. The hotel also serves great food and has won numerous recent awards for its bar food.
The Great Outdoors
The coastline around Culdaff is truly dramatic with headlands, rocky outcrops, cliffs and sandy coves - ideal territory for a large variety of sea birds. Dolphins and Basking Sharks are regular visitors to the waters around the Northern Inishowen. Fishing, kayaking, rock climbing, diving, swimming, walking and bird watching are popular local activities. North Inishowen is also one of the best places in Ireland to see the Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights
A number of great day trips from the holiday home include the magnificent Glenveagh National Park in the Donegal Highlands, the historic Walled City of Derry and the northern coast of Northern Ireland. The latter can be accessed easliy by the Foyle Ferry between Greencastle and Magilligan and attractions include the Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Dunluce Castle.