Experience living in an authentic Irish Thatched Cottage.

Nestled along the Wild Atlantic Way for hundreds of years among the ash and sycamore trees at the foot of Coolcross Hill, Rashenny, this tranquil setting surrounds you with panoramic views of Trawbreaga Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Completely restored to retain the original cottage character but updated with modern conveniences, you can experience this unique opportunity to stay in an historical thatched cottage while enjoying your holiday.

A brief description of the cottage

This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, fully restored traditional thatched cottage is your retreat to relax while you discover the Wild Atlantic Way in Donegal and the Causeway Coastal Route in Derry.

Master ensuite with Queen bed and full bath with clawfoot bathtub.  The two other bedrooms are located just down the hall with a with full bathroom adjacent with shower and double vanity.  One bedroom is 2 Single beds and the other is a Double bed. Kitchen fully equipped with modern appliances and all cooking needs along with a farmhouse table and seating for six.   Living room  has authentic wooden beamed ceiling with a fireplace to relax after your days exploring.  Spend a relaxing morning in the cosy snug while enjoying the panoramic views of the bay and Atlantic Ocean.  

The thatched cottage is located in the townland of Rashenny with a population of about 140 and an area of 1.24 square miles. Rashenny is between the towns of Ballyliffin and Carndonagh on the Wild Atlantic Way on the Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal. The cottage its 1.25 miles from Ballyliffin Golf Club, 1.5 miles from Ballyliffin town, 2.5 miles from the Dough Famine village and 3.5 miles from Carndonagh. It’s about 20 miles from Derry City and 25 miles from Letterkenny, the two largest towns in the area.

The Property was just completly renovated 

Check out our Instagram page to keep track of the progress! @oulhouse