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Crotlieve Barn
For that Wonderful Holiday in Ireland
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Crotlieve Barn
For that Wonderful Holiday in Ireland
Front entrance veranda The Great Room and gallery
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20 reviews
Crotlieve Barn
For that Wonderful Holiday in Ireland
Front entrance veranda
The Great Room and gallery
The Great Room and kitchen
Front door Veranda Crotlieve.
Snug by the stove
Main bathroom with slipper bath
Master bedroom, en-suite and dressing
Bedroom 3 with sliderobe
Granite arch to the great room
Frosty morning
Our Red Squirrels raiding the bird table, Crotlieve.
Bedroom 2
Master bedroom from the gallery
Bedroom 4 on the ground floor
Looking down from the second floor
Old Homer.                
 200 yr old evergreen Oak, Woodland Trust NI Tree of the Year 2016.
Front hall entrance to the great room
Log piles stacked and dry
Snow day, no work,     
 sleds out.
The Fairy Glen and Kilbroney river
Ancient multi stem Sessile Oak 8.2 m girth.
In the Fairy Glen Rostrevor
The Lough of a morning
Fashion shoot at Crotlieve
Cloughmore 
40 ton erratic set down here by a receding Glazier 11000 yrs ago and Jill
The magnificent Turkey Oak, KIlbroney meadow planted by the Ross family, 1800
100 ft Ross Monument Rostrevor, built 1828
Major General Robert Ross  of Bladensburg, Born Rostrevor 1766
Star Spangled Banner Linked to Rostrevor
Californian Coast redwood, Tallest trees in the world, kilbroney Park Rostrevor
Mountain biking  Ballynagelty Rostrevor over looking the Lough
Slieve Bearnagh in the Mournes from the famine wall
9th Century St Bronaghs Bell entombed in a tree for hundreds of years, Rostrevor.
Castlewellan maze with the Great Mournes behind
The Giants Causeway
Trinity College Library Dublin
New Grange.
5200 year old.
World Heritage site.
Co Louth.
The Gobbins cliff path
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4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, Sleeps 8
Rostrevor, County Down, Northern Ireland

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GEOFF W
Coleraine, United Kingdom
Level 4 Contributor
45 reviews
8 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 19 helpful votes
“cosy comfort”
Reviewed 17 March 2014 for a stay in February 2014

Superbly equipped barn conversion, lovingly restored with old beams and polished wood. Sleeps 8 easily. Quiet, close to nature, with forest trails to walk or cycle from doorstep. Warm under floor, with a log-burning stove in main lounge area. Fabulous views of mountains & lough. Attentive & helpful hosts next door, but out of sight in effect. Ideal for families, mountainbikers, ramblers, or those seeking to chill out. We'll be back.

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Liked best: relaxing in front of logburner after long walks
Liked least: 3 miles out of town
Travelling group: Teenagers
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
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G M
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 5 helpful votes
“Beautiful place in a fabulous location.”
Reviewed 4 January 2014 for a stay in January 2014

We stayed here as a group of 8 for a family new year get together.We do short breaks regularly and it would be difficult to beat this place.There are amazing walks with rivers and waterfalls etc.We had 2 children in our party aged 4 and 9 who loved it as much as the adults.The barn is gorgeous and heading back to a log burning fire after a day outdoors was just lovely.The village is lovely-very friendly, we enjoyed pub meal and a fab ice cream parlour!We had a great welcome pack with lovely touches like irish whiskey marmalade.Would highly recommend this place for a great stay surrounded by gorgeous scenery.

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