Holiday Cottages, St Johns Point

St Johns Point, Donegal

St. John’s Point is at the end of a narrow peninsula which juts into Donegal Bay, south of the village of Inver. In the locality, you will find the remains of times long gone. Everything from standing stones to an old castle. From an old abbey to no less than twelve ring forts.

To the south is the coastline of Sligo and North Mayo, with the island of Inishmurray, rich in archaeological remains, and Streedagh Point where the Spanish Armada came to a tragic end. Looking north you can see right into Killybegs Harbour, and watch the large trawlers, Irish and continental, making their way to and from port. To the west the coastline ends in the massive sea cliffs of Sliabh League, and to the east you can see past Doorin Point towards Donegal Town at the head of the Bay. The Lighthouse at St. John’s Point provides an essential service to the fishermen of southwest Donegal, along with its sister lighthouses on Rathlin O’Beirne Island and on Rotten Island at the entrance to Killybegs harbour.

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Holiday Properties in St Johns Point

Seascape Cottage

 Price Range: €500 - €650

 wk/end available

Seascape Cottage

Located just off the Wild Atlantic Way, on the stunning St John's Point, one of Ireland's longest peninsulas, Seascape is the perfect place to escape and explore the beautiful South Donegal coastline. The house is located on its own private road and furnished to the highest standard easily accommodating 6 people with … full listing
Sea ViewsOpen FireCot and High Chair

3 Bedrooms :: Sleeps 6

Contact: Natalie
Tel: +353 83 8406836


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