Breac House to feature in TG4 show this week

Dunfanaghy’s Breac House will feature in this week’s episode of  Tithe Cois Uisce, a new TG4 series which explores stunning houses built by the water.

In the third episode this Wednesday presenter Síle Nic Chonaonaigh meets with the designers of two wonderful homes.
First, she meets Donegal architect Tarla MacGabhann in ‘Breac House’ in the rugged and beautiful setting of Horn Head. Moving along to Strangford Lough she meets architect Melanie and her husband, engineer Martin Hamill in Quarry Hill Church, a wonderful project and home they have renovated.

Next week Episode 4 sees Síle meet with those who have decided to build hideaways in secluded areas. Antóin MacGabhann is a civil engineer and has built ‘Plug-In Cottage’ in Ramelton on the banks of a river estuary in northeast Donegal. Gillian Beare’s parents had been welcoming visitors to Finn Lough since 1983, now Gillian and her brother have taken over and have created the perfect hideaway.

Tithe Cois Uisce will air on Wednesday,  January 31 at 8.30pm on TG4.


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