Jib Luff, Inver Port.


Jib Luff is situated right on the sea at Inver Port on the Wild Atlantic Way. This town house is one of five next to the Pier. The house has a large private patio with garden furniture and its own parking area. The townhouses are part of a private complex with their own grounds. The garden areas to the front of the properties are communal and built around the old stone walls of the only whaling station ever to be built and operated in Ireland. Jib Luff has sandy and rocky stretches of beach in front of it. The pier will enable your children to fish safely at high tide, and the slipway makes launching any boat child's play. The house faces south east to catch the sun and to benefit from the unbelievable views across Donegal Bay to Rossnowlagh and the Sligo Mountains. The patio area faces west for sun in the afternoon. The sea is everywhere you look from this house, both inside and out; a fantastic place to enjoy the Wild Atlantic Way.

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Fantastic view from the terrace. Sea views from the house. Sun on the water.

Seaview from the old ruins. Jib Luff exterior. The pier.