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Dustys Place

Availability: Jan - Dec

Address: Inishowen
Tel: +44 (0)79 67104881
Email: bookings@donegalholidayhome.net

Dustys Place, situated along the Wild Atlantic Way in the heart of the Inishowen peninsula in Co. Donegal, Ireland is a truly dog friendly self catering holiday house.We offer the perfect place for your dogs and you to enjoy a break away with lots of beautiful beaches nearby, local pubs and within easy reach of the City of Derry and the stunning Causeway Coast and Glens.

The house has four bedrooms (sleeps 8) and a stove fire which you can relax in front of after a day of exploring. We have wooden and tiled floors and leather furniture so those dog hairs and wine stains are easily cleaned up. We aim to create a comfortable, safe environment for your dogs and the garden is fully enclosed. Dustys Place is set on a 3/4 acre private site and is situated down an access only road. There are only a couple of houses nearby and the most closest neighbours tend to be sheep, cows and even Elvis the donkey. The house features a large fully enclosed rear garden, two living rooms, large kitchen, four bedrooms, one en-suite and three of which are downstairs, separate bathroom and additional downstairs toilet. Bedrooms (three kingsize, one twin) can accommodate up to eight adults/children over 2yrs and a travel cot is also available. There is a dishwasher and washing machine. A vast selection of books, CDs, DVD, and videos are available for use during your stay. The oil fired central heating is on a meter and we provide an allowance. There is turf available for the Stanley stove. Dustys Place is a non smoking house.

The Inishowen Peninsula is part of the Wild Atlantic Way and home of Malin Head, Irelands most northerly point. It is surrounded by often empty beaches - Culdaff and Carrowmena are three miles away, with the magnificent Five Finger Strand and Kinnego Bay are both a short drive. The area is a haven for wild life watchers, walkers and anglers and boasts four golf courses. For those interested in history, there are megalithic tombs, stone circles, ring forts, the Maritime Museum & Planetarium, Cairn Visitor Centre, Doagh Famine Village and Dunree Military Museum. Dustys Place offers a great base to explore the North West with the Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and Royal Portrush golf course all around an hours drive. The City of Derry offers tours of its historic walls, theatre, music and regular festivals. Co. Donegal Glenveagh National Park offers 16,000 hectares with castle, walled garden and woodland walks but dogs must be kept on a lead.

  • Highlights
  • Dog Friendly
  • On the Wild Atlantic Way
  • Fully enclosed garden
  • WIFI Available
  • Sleeps up to 8