This small traditional cottage for self caterers is ideal for a romantic holiday for two: comfortable, cosy, individual, and furnished with love and care so you can feel at home. Light coloured timber beams, the wooden floor, rustic furniture, warm, friendly colours and the traditional solid fuel stove create a cosy atmosphere.
The bright kitchen is completely equipped, and the view from any of the three windows makes washing the dishes enjoyable.
The spacious bathroom has a large shower and a washing-machine.
In clear nights you can watch the stars from your bed (king size, 4 ft 8in, separate continental duvets, spare blankets and pillows) on the open gallery .
Books, games, a CD player and a selection of CDs help you through the odd rainy day.
And if the sun shines you can enjoy the garden or explore the large property.
For all the information you need about where to go and what to do you can ask us, we are just a short walk away.
Festivals: Donegal is famous for a variety of summer festivals, especially the Earagail Arts Festival, a wonderful cultural festival with an abundance of events that take place all over the northern part of Donegal, and its twin, the Bluestack Festival in the south of the county.
Also a favourite for all visitors are the well-known Mary from Dungloe festival, with a schedule for the whole family, the Burtonport Festival, Feile Anngry, the Arranmore Festival, the Guth Gafa Documentary Film Festival in Gortahorc and many other local events. There is something for everybody.
If you are a fan of Daniel O`Donnell, well, this is his homeland!
Boat trips: All along the Donegal coast you will find countless opportunities for unforgettable boat trips, whether you prefer sea-angling, dolphin,whale or seal watching, or just exploring the breath taking beauty of the Donegal sea cliffs, for example the Slieve League (Grey Mountain) cliffs, situated on the West coast of Donegal (about an hour's drive from Kincasslagh), said to be the highest and some of the finest marine cliffs in Europe, with a three hundred metre drop straight down into the wild Atlantic waves below. Or Horn Head, about 40 minutes from Kincasslagh, an extraordinary example of the wild and lonely coastline of Donegal, with views so beautiful it's hard to believe they are real!
A good starting point for trips is the small picturesque port of Burtonport, only 15 minutes away. Here you can get a charter tour or you catch the ferry to Arramnore Island, where a local taxi man will be happy to give you a tour of the island.
Restaurants and Pubs: There are restaurants and Pubs for every taste within a few miles around your holiday home, from the good and plain Take-away in Mullaghduff to the award winning restaurant Danny Minnies in Annagry, from the Chinese restaurant in Dungloe to the sea-food specialist Lobster pot in Burtonport.
Many pubs offer not only delicious Irish beer and Whiskey but also good food, like Leo's Tavern in Crolly, home of Enya and Clannad. Leo's is famous for its music sessions, and if you are lucky, Leo himself will join the musicians.
And Iggy's Bar, here in Kincasslagh, only a 20 to 25 minutes walk away, offers a unique and individual atmosphere, miles away from the usual tourist hustle. No better way than that to meet locals and visitors alike.
Golf: Just a few miles away on Cruit Island you' ll find the Cruit Island Golf Club, a wonderful and challenging 9-hole course in the middle of breath-taking scenery. The course is situated at the top end of the Island, which is connected to the main land via a bridge, so it's just a scenic drive away from your holiday home. On the course you are surrounded by the wild Atlantic and you play in the middle of dunes and cliffs on very well tended grounds.