If you’ve had a nosey at the where to stay in Ireland section of this site, you’ll know that we’re fond of unique accommodation.
Lucikly, Ireland’s home to an endless number of unique places to stay, from houses plonked by the sea to cottages tucked away in the mountains.
Today, we stumbled across a place in Donegal that’s perfect for a large group (sleeps 8) and that offers views that are just… well… scroll down and you’ll see what I mean.
Welcome to an Corrach by the waterfront
Look at that view… Good God! You’ll find An Corrach on the Rosguill Peninsula. If you’re not familiar with Rosguill, it’s one of Donegal’s finest hidden gems.
It’s on Rosguill that you’ll encounter scenery that’ll knock you sideways over and over again. Scenery that you can admire from the comfort of this gorgeous recently built house.
An Corrach is not only stunningly built – it’s also situated in an absolutely magnificent location that provides those that stay with breathtaking views out over Tranarossan Beach (above).
Take a look inside
Less than a year old (it was built in 2018), an Corrach offers the perfect blend of luxury and scenery.
The house looks to be built around the views, which means you’ll be able to kick back and enjoy the scenery from your room and inside the main living areas.
Imagine chilling in one of those seats below with a beer while the sun drops over the sea. A little slice of magic.
Perfect for groups
The house is perfectly set up for groups (and it’s with a group that you’ll get the best bang for yer Euro – more on this below).
There are four bedrooms here, each of which boasts a big aul king bed. Now, if you’re travelling with kids, you need to be aware that An Corrach is directly at the waterfront.
According to the hosts, young children will need supervision as there are steep cliffs and dangerous areas surrounding this Donegal Airbnb.
Views, views and more views
Imagine having this, literally, right on your doorstep… mad stuff! An Corrach is the perfect base for those of you looking explore a bit of Donegal.
You could spend a day exploring the Rosguill Peninsula, another tipping across to Inishowen and another few spinning around all of these places in Donegal.
Or, you could just kick back, take it handy and chill in one of the most scenic corners of Ireland.
How much a night here will set you back
So, the biggest drawback to this place is that there’s a minimum five-night stay, which may rule it out for a lot of people.
However, if you’re looking for a place to head for a nice chunk of time, then this’ll be right up your street. I popped in five nights in October. Here’s how much it costs:
- Total: €1,180
- Cost per person (based on group of 8): €147.50
- Cost per person per night: €29.50
- Book a night or check prices here
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As you can see above, if you visit with a small group, this may end up being too pricey, however, if you visit with a group of 6 plus it’ll work out nice and reasonable.
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