Kerrs Bay Rathmullan
New for 2017: free wifi
Kerrs Bay is a newly renovated holiday home located in the heart of the popular family seaside resort of Rathmullan. Situated across the road from a Napoleonic Era fort this tastefully furnished and decorated self catering accommodation is just 50 metres from Rathmullans back shore and 100 metres to the main beach and pier.
Within a few hundred metres you have a fantastic childrens playground, a tennis court, a sailing and watersports school, the award winning Salt n Batter Takeaway, Belles Kitchen Bistro and several pubs - one of which does bar food. Literally across the from the holiday home is a sea front putting green. You could easily park your car up and leave it untouched for the length of you stay!
- 3 bedrooms - sleeps 6 (+2 on sofa bed)
- 2 doubles ( 1 ensuite)
- 1 Twin
- Sitting room with sofa bed can sleep extra 2
- Shower room on the first floor
- 2 living / sitting rooms on the ground floor with flatscreen tvs (saorview)
- One sitting room has sofa bed
- Second living space has solid fuel stove and opens into kitchen/dining area
- Fully fitted modern kitchen
- Cooker/ dishwasher, microwave ,fridge/freezer, washing machine
- Dining area opens out to decking area with picnic table/bench
- Enclosed back garden
- Garden shed available for storage - bicycles, fishing rods etc
- Rear vehicular access and parking via a residents lane
- Oil fired central heating,
- Bed linen supplied free of charge
- For baby if requested: travel cot, highchair
- Village shore front location
- Sorry - no pets
- free wifi
Interior of Holiday Home
The holiday home has 2 living areas on the ground floor. The main living room has a solid fuel stove and opens out to a bright and spacious kitchen and dining area. The modern fitted kitchen is fully equipped for a self catering holiday. The dining area looks out to the enclosed back garden and decking area via large windows and glass patio doors.
The second living area on the ground floor has a stylish Ikea sofa that can convert into a single or double bed. The holiday home has 3 first floor bedrooms, one of which is ensuite. Also on the first floor is a shower room. There is on road parking to the front of the house and also rear vehicular access and parking via a residents lane.
Rathmullan is a mecca for watersports enthusiasts. Swimming, sailing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding are popular local activities. There are two charter boats based at the pier that offer sea angling trips and also sightseeing trips on Lough Swilly. Fishing from the pier is also popular. During the summer season you can take a tour of the local Kinnegar Brewery. Fine dining can be enjoyed at the Cook and Gardener Restaurant in Rathmullan House. Also at Rathmullan House is the Taproom in the Cellar Bar which specialises in Pizzas and local Kinnegar Beers. The scenic 9 hole Otway Golf Club is 4km away and the superb Portsalon golf Club is a 25 minute drive.
Wild Atlantic Way
Rathmullan is located along Irelands Wild Atlantic Way and there are some spectacular coastal drives in the region around the village. To the north lies the ruggedly beautiful Fanad Peninsula which has some of the finest beaches in Donegal. At the tip of the Peninsula is the iconic Fanad Head Lighthouse - a Signature Point on the Wild Atlantic Way. The lighthouse is now open to the public during the holiday season.
Rathmullan is just 25minute drive away from Letterkenny – Co Donegals main town. Letterkenny itself has a 5 screen cinema, indoor play centres, a karting centre, a superb modern leisure centre, two landscaped urban parks with playgrounds, An Grianan Theatre, the Regional Cultural Centre, the Donegal County Museum, a golf course and a wide variety of shopping and restaurants. There is literally something for all the family and much of it is not weather dependent.
The magnificent Glenveagh National Park is a 30 minute drive from the holiday home.
Located in the Derryveagh Mountains, Glenveagh is the jewel in the crown of Donegal tourism. This magnificent park contains 14,000 hectares of lakes, mountains, bogland and woodland as well as a Scottish style castle and formal gardens