Self Catering Holiday Cottages Donegal, on The Wild Atlantic Way
Creevy Cottages – self catering holiday homes – situated in Donegal, directly on the 2,500 km Failte Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way route along the rugged coastline of County Donegal. A ‘stones throw’ from the shore!
Our beautiful reconstructed traditional stone cottages marry the olde world with all modern conveniences, completing the ‘Creevy Experience’.
Delightful Holiday Homes, spacious Traditional Stone Self Catering Holiday Cottages beside Ballyshannon, Rossnowlagh beach (Blue Flag) and Bundoran.
Our cottages are 4* Failte Ireland approved, VAS Grade 4 Wheelchair Accessibility and EU Flower Ecolabel accredited.
Our commitment to high environmental standards in tourism. Catherine Mack; “They have put Creevy on the worldwide map of inspired green, locally-run tourism projects, and done its community proud.”
Pet Friendly Accommodation In Donegal
Our self catering holiday homes are pet friendly. Small to Medium sized dogs are welcome to stay in our cottages.
You can join our Donegal Fun Adventures at Creevy or Ballyshannon – hire out sitting top kayaks/canoes or a guided tour around the historical Inish Saimer in Ballyshannon by kayak!
Beautiful Coastal Walks
You can enjoy a stroll on 2 mile Rossnowlagh Beach (Blue Flag) or on the 10 mile Creevy Shore Walk situated on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean along The Wild Atlantic Way overlooking Donegal Bay and surrounded by the Hills of Donegal. Numerous Archaeological & Historical sites of significance to be enjoyed.
Boat Trips & Sea Fishing
Guests can organise a charter boat for Deep Sea fishing, Sightseeing, Dolphin, Bird and Nature Watching trips around the Creevy Cliffs up along the coast to Sliabh League, the highest sea cliffs in Europe & the Donegal Coastline.
Marine Facility in Creevy
Our Marine Facility is available for storage and maintenance. The Marine facility can house Deep Sea Angling Boats, RIB boats etc. The unit is a secure purpose built building, just 300 yards from Creevy Pier.
This project is supported by the Department of Rural and Community Development and Pobal through the Community Services Programme