|Minimum Stay||4 nights|
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Traditional stone cottage In historic Meanalea, Donegal, home of artists and poets, at the base of Mount Errigal. The cottage is surrounded by Donegal's most spectacular mountains and lakes and is perched on the edge of a beautiful valley which runs from Errigal all the way down to the sea. Property has all modern conveniences, while maintaining the traditional atmosphere of an ancient stone structure. Ideal location for those wanting to exchange city life for the peace and quiet of the country.
The remains of the old Meanalea settlement and Burtonport Extension railway line can be seen near the cottage and there are various structiures associated with the railway line near the cottage including bridges and the Railway station which was the setting of the Julie Christie/Donald Sutherland Film "The Railway Station Man"
Local amenities include, horse riding, canoeing, fishing, hill walking, Glenveagh National Park, Dunlewy Centre, beautiful beaches only 10 minutes away by car, Teach Ruairie traditional Irish pub nearby.
Teach Manus Peigi would suit couples and family groups seeking a holiday retreat with plenty of outdoor activity and for those who appreciate the simple things. it is a great place to unwind, to listen to music, to read a favourite book or simply relax by the turf fire in perfect seclusion and peace. Not suitable for very young children or for those with impaired mobility.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
3 Sep 2016 - 28 Oct 2016
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
In the cooler months we expect guests to contribute to energy costs by buying their own oil in the canisters provided. We do supply several bags of turf free of charge for the cast iron stove, electricity is also included.