Station balnéaire calme très proche d'une belle plage de drapeau bleu. 4 lits pour dormir 8
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- Remboursement à hauteur de 0 % (frais de service exclus) si vous annulez au moins 0 jours avant l’arrivée.
- Aucun remboursement si vous annulez moins de 0 jours avant l’arrivée.
Dommages et frais accessoires
Vous pourrez être tenu responsable en cas de dommages causés à la location de vacances durant votre séjour.
Adaptée aux enfants
Occupants maximums: 8
- In relation to our cancellation policy, we will make the house available immediately you cancel and if we secure another booking for the same dates a full refund will be given. If we have no guests arriving/departing on the days you arrive leave we are happy to accommodate early arrivals and later departures for no additional cost. No parties are allowed in the house and the maximum number of people staying overnight must nor exceed 8. Refunds will not be given if a party is planned. Pets are welcome if agreed with the owner - all pets must stay out of the bedrooms, off the sofas and must be cleaned up after in the garden.
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Une très belle maison lumineuse avec une vue formidable
Nous avons passé une semaine dans la maison de Tara et avons beaucoup apprécié le confort, la luminosité et la vue sur la mer.
Nous avons eu de la chance avec le temps et avons même profité de la terrasse aux petits déjeuners et déjeuners!! Le Donegal est une région authentique préservée du tourisme de masse. Les paysages étaient superbes et les gens très sympas. Nous avons aussi été en Irlande du Nord visiter la Chaussée des Géants avec le petit ferry au départ de Greencastle!! De chouettes vacances.
Thanks for the review Celine - we are delighted you enjoyed your stay at Tara's House and we hope to welcome you back again in the future. I have put a translation below to help our future guests. Best wishes. Kate
A very nice bright house with a great view
We spent a week in Tara's house and thoroughly enjoyed the comfort, the brightness and the view of the sea.
We were lucky with the weather and even took advantage of the terrace for breakfasts and lunches !! Donegal is an authentic region preserved from mass tourism. The scenery was superb and the people very friendly. We also went to Northern Ireland to visit the Giant's Causeway with the small ferry from Greencastle !! Nice holiday.
Great getaway from it all spot
Excellent dog friendly property with nearby beach within walking distance. Online listing states a nearby bar and restaurant called the Drunken Duck at end of drive, yes it’s at the end of the drive BUT has been closed for approx 6 years So there’s nowhere in walking distance to eat. Only pub within walking distance is Michael Johns pub which is NOT dog friendly, if you take your dog you have to sit outside in the open smoking area. The ‘dog-issue’ aside, even if I’d wanted an Irish bar this was not it, can’t fault the Guinness but if it’s craic you want then the closest would be in Greencastle or Moville and you will need a taxi. Had we known the Drunken Duck had closed and that the only other pub didn’t allow dogs in we would not have booked. That aside the house itself is ideal, great en-suite rooms, plenty of room with a wonderful welcome pack of red wine and homemade biscuits and cake from Kate. The addition on checkout to pay for emptying the bins after paying for the stay might jar slightly for some customers but bins must be emptied.
Hi John, thanks very much for your review. There is no reference to the Drunken Duck in the listing, although we do mention the local pub Michael John's, which is very close by. Apologies for the confusion and I have amended the listing to make sure this is absolutely clear. I was not aware that Michael John's is not dog friendly - thanks for sharing this. Best wishes. Kate
So close to being a really first class place. The welcome was sweet even though we never actually got to meet Kate and Gavin personally. The views are stellar. Truly stunning and something we all enjoyed. The house is very roomy. It just needs a thorough cleaning inside and out and small things like detergent for the washing machine so that guests don't have to go find and purchase a box for one or two loads of laundry, easy access to the clothesline, towel hooks near the showers and at the least hand soap in the bathrooms... Minor adjustments would make a big difference for guests. We also weren't thrilled about having to pay extra to take the trash out behind the house. That seems a bit redundant after paying handsomely to stay there. We had an early flight in Belfast and having to do chores in the dark and the rain that we assumed we were already paying for made us raise an eyebrow. Thank goodness we didn't have to go searching for glass recycling in one of the villages also.
Personally, when on holiday, we don't go looking for work, no matter how small the job. We are leaving our daily drudgery at home and paying handsomely for that small but very important luxury. And while not ideal, asking for the trash to be taken out isn't actually that unreasonable. Asking paying guests to pay for trash disposal is a whole other ballgame. It seems a shame that such a small thing made such a big impression. It wasn't the takeaway we had hoped for.
Dear Kelly, Thank you for your review, and I would like to respond to your feedback. I am very sorry that was no laundry detergent for you as we usually leave some for our guests, and we will also ensure that the washing line is more accessible as I acknowledge it can get overgrown around the back of the house if the gardener has not been for a couple of weeks. As reflected in our numerous reviews, our guests say that the house is very clean upon their arrival and I do not think it is fair to say it requires a thorough cleaning. I would like to point that there are towel hooks adjacent to each of the showers, in addition to the towel rails in each bathroom/en suite. We have thought carefully about leaving soap, but have made the decision not to, as it would involve too much waste in providing new soap for every visitor.
In relation to the rubbish disposal, you were not asked to pay for taking your rubbish from the house to the outside bins, but for the cost of having your waste removed and disposed of from the house. I genuinely fail to see why you have an issue with taking your rubbish from the bins in the kitchen and putting it in the outside bin? The cost of waste disposal is not part of local rates/taxes here in Ireland and we think it fair to ask our guests to contribute towards the cost of disposing of the rubbish they accumulate during their stay. All of the details relating to rubbish disposal are clearly explained on the House Information Sheet we leave for guests to read on their arrival, and you would therefore have been aware of what we ask from our guests when you first arrived. Given you knew you had an early start to catch your flight you could have left the rubbish out the night before you were leaving to save you ‘doing chores in the dark and rain’.
The cost of your stay at the house was €490 for three nights (excluding the website booking fee) including heating and electricity. This equates to €164 per night for up to 8 guests in four bedrooms, which equates to €20 per person per night. As there were only 3 people in your party this was €55 per night which I think is still good value, and it is not fair to be described as ‘paying handsomeIy’, which suggests you paid too much. I hope this response clearly explains our position in relation to your feedback, and I would urge potential guests to read our other reviews to get a more accurate picture of our guests experience. Kind regards. Kate
The Inishowen 4 trip
I had tried to book this house on 2 previous trips and it was booked out, so I was delighted when we managed to get it this trip and we were not disappointed! It is exactly as described and definitely the best house that we have rented in Inishowen.
Maison de Tara se trouve à 10 minutes à pied d'une plage Pavillon bleu, à 2 minutes de route à un des liens de golf (Greencastle), et se trouve à environ 3 km du village de pêcheurs de Greencastle, et à environ 8 km de la ville balnéaire de Moville. Il est une base idéale pour la plage de vacances en famille dans un environnement sûr et pacifique. La maison sert aussi bien comme une base de tourisme pour la péninsule d'Inishowen et d'Irlande du Nord. La ville historique de Derry se trouve à 30 minutes en voiture et la côte d'Antrim et la Chaussée des Géants sont accessibles via le ferry Greencastle-Magilligan. La maison est un endroit idéal pour les familles, les couples, les amis, les golfeurs, les artistes et les pêcheurs à la ligne, et aussi pour ceux qui veulent juste un endroit calme et magnifique pour se détendre. Les activités qui peuvent être appréciés dans la région comprennent la voile, le kayak, promenades à terre, plages, shopping à Derry, Millenium Theatre à Derry, festivals d'été, la pêche en mer, Golf (Greencastle, Ballyliffen, Redcastle), Colline marche et Scenic Tours.
Autres Activités: Détente et ne rien faire!
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