I have recently renovated this beautiful Victorian end-terraced house overlooking the Irish Sea in the charming sea-side town of Donaghadee. The town centre is just a short stroll away and boasts a lovely selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and coffee shops in addition to its picturesque harbour and lighthouse. I have done a lot of travelling and love welcoming other travelers into my home. I have an additional double room and a twin room at your disposal - just enter extra guests when booking
This is a traditional Victorian 3-storey house which I have recently renovated to the highest standards, paying attention to keep traditional features whilst introducing modern comforts. It has a cosy, nautical feel and is spacious both inside and out. If you require more than one room, just indicate the number of extra guests and state your preference for double / twin. No other parties can book any rooms once your booking has been accepted. Self-serve breakfast (continental) is in the ground floor dining room which overlooks the garden and sea beyond. I recently installed a lovely sauna, shower etc which guests are welcome to use by arrangement for a small charge.
I have my own room on the first floor but you can access your own bedroom(s) and other common areas. Guests can use the toaster and kettle in the dining room and help themselves to breakfast. Laundry eqpt is available by arrangement. There is good wi-fi access throughout the house with excellent broadband speed. Oh, and there's plenty of room in my drive for bikes etc and guests are welcome to use the gardens too.
I aim to be around when I have guests staying so I can show you the ropes and hopefully pass on some helpful tips about the area to help you get the most from your visit. I'm a qualified sea kayak guide and may be able to get you out on the water by prior arrangement. Depending on experience / fitness it may be possible to visit the lovely Copeland Islands where we'll sea seals and amazing bird life.
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This house is on the end of a terrace so I do have a next-door-neighbour and would ask guests to bear this in mind as far as noise levels are concerned :-)