Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bundoran
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Highlights in Bundoran
- Tory island
- Exciting soapbox races
- Surf & Music Festival
- Perfect family getaway
- Fantastic fairy stories and wishes
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Bundoran
Waking up to the sound of waves or let the sun rays come in at sunrise is now possible if you book a holiday rental close the beach. To be near the centre, look for comfortable, modern and well located rentals that will offer you stunning beach views, pleasant walks and a wonderful sunset. Cafes, shops, restaurants are also within walking distance from your doorstep!Holiday rentals in a true paradise by the Atlantic Ocean
Traditional properties that preserve the Irish seaside holiday look. Get away from the strain of daily life and enjoy some quality family time in specific created spaces. Contemporary lettings with nice decor and a white beach vibe that offer the most amazing views overlooking the sea from the comfort of your lounge. Fitted with crockery, glassware and all the utensils you might need for a nice BBQ with friends, a romantic dinner for two or a special occasion worth to be celebrated before the Wild Atlantic Way!
Holidays in Bundoran
The area and getting around
The waves, a busy nightlife and plenty of fun define this popular seaside in County Donegal, Ireland. No wonder it is also known as “Fundoran”! A wide selection of award-winning restaurants, a perfect spot for golfers or anglers and fascinating routes for bikers and hikers. When the night arrives, amusement is in every corner and you can try your luck at one of the many casinos.A great stepping stone
Bundoran is also a good base from where to start a trail or visit the neighbouring Rosses Point or Yeats Country. A day tour will make the perfect day away. With fabulous coastal access, the coastal line is dotted with fishing corners and excellent seafood eateries. Traditional fish and chips is always a good bet but you can also try a dining experience at Aughrus Restaurant with local produce combined with fresh ingredients.
Travellers and activities
No better place than Bundoran to stay dialed in with the waves all year round. This is Ireland’s surf capital! All levels are welcome at most beaches but if you are just starting, Rossnowlagh is perfect for beginners where surfing lessons are also available, so you can learn the basics. For those who have been practising, they can improve their skills at Cliffony Back Beach and maybe have a go at The Main Beach when they go intermediate. Finally, the most advanced and skilled riders can show their abilities at the Peak, the most consistent reef break in Ireland, bearing in mind that this one is only for experienced surfers. It’s time to get on your surfboard!Bundoran for families
Bundoran is not just a surfers paradise. This seaside holiday place offers plenty of family-friendly activities where the little ones can practice at the pitch and putt course, watch a movie at the cinema or knock down all the pins at the bowling alley. Exciting outdoor activities as well as magnificent beaches will round off the day. And do not worry about the weather as many activities can also be indoors. A must with your family when in Bundoran, is the tourism trail Wild Atlantic Way for sure! Admire the Celtic Coast views and make your own treasured memories for years to come.
Did you know Tory Island has a king? This is a unique tradition that happens nowhere else in Ireland! The king, with no formal powers, is the spokesperson for the island community and the one who welcomes visitors.
Top 5 travel tips in Bundoran
While in Bundoran, Tory Island is a must for those who love nature and seek to get away from the crowds and touristy places so do not expect to be waited on hand and foot! The island can be explored in a day if you are up for long walks but if you decide to stay a couple of days, accommodations are also available. The wild landscape and the atlantic coastline will mesmerise your senses with its crystal clear waters, caves and sea arches. On a good day you can take a dip in the secluded rocky cove of Port Doon or organise a boat tour around the island. Before leaving, check your ferry departures as the schedule is tide dependant!2. Dance at Sea Sessions Surf & Music Festival
Are you a festival goer? The biggest music and surf festival on Main Beach that will make you stay on your toes. Amazing line ups featuring great Djs and musicians and amazing surfers competing in the best move contest. Book your accommodation from all the “glamping” choices available and grab a ticket to enjoy hours of good music and action on the waves! Wondering what glamping is? Glamorous camping of course! Comfort and ease have never been at odds at each other.3. Race a soapbox!
If you think your imagination goes beyond limits, gather your team and design the most creative and genuine soapboxes. This annual soapbox race on Astoria Road attracts tourists and locals alike! You will be having lots of fun but also helping Bundoran RNLI Lifeboat Station, a charity that has been saving lives since 1994. Go and play your part.4. Bounce at Main Street’s party
The little ones can also have great fun while on holidays. Main Street is closed for them! Yes, the street is shut to the traffic and instead of cars, there are… Bouncy castles! Get your face painted with wonderful decorations, enjoy a bungee run and get into the gladiator ring to start with. This street party is top of the list for any child spending time in Bundoran around July and where all the family will have a bouncing day out.5. Make your wish to the fairies
One of the Atlantic Way’s hidden gem is the Fairy Bridges and Wishing Chair that has been attracting people since 1700! Back then, locals thought that area was haunted by fairies and that’s why it was named after them. As for your wish, approach the seat quietly lest the powers be interrupted, admire the scenery for a few seconds and make your wish. Will it come true? Only the fairies have the answer!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bundoran
How much do you pay on average for holiday lettings in Bundoran?
At an average price of £133 per night, Bundoran lies at the lower end of the price range for holiday lettings in Ireland.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Bundoran?
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should visit Bundoran in February, March, and April the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of £116, £123, and £124 per night, respectively, based on prices from the previous year.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bundoran?
Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Bundoran was August, with an average price of £152 per night. This was followed by June, with an average of £150, and July, with £147.
Do I need to plan a trip to Bundoran well in advance?
It's better to book sooner than later in Bundoran as only 31% of the accommodations remain free, according to our data from the previous year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
In the previous year, the months with the largest number of available properties in Bundoran were November, December, and September with average availabilities of 60%, 54% and 51%, respectively.
How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Bundoran?
Holidu has around 70 properties in Bundoran, offered by 4 different partners.