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Lovingly converted with attention to every detail and full of character to the heights of the King Post Trusses, a new Eco barn conversion with under floor heating, wood burning stove and exposed beams.
Green Tourism uk gold Award on first grading visit.
Extensive open plan Double Height living...
Aurora Guest House is located two minutes walk from the centre of Rostrevor village. The property is a four bedroom family home that can sleep 8 people comfortable in either single beds or king size beds. This home has three bathrooms, two tv rooms, utility and a large kitchen dining area. Attached...
Kilbroney Cottage is a recently refurbished detached bungalow situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains. There are 3 bedrooms (1 double bedroom and 2 bedrooms each with 2 single beds). All three bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. A living room and separate lounge provide comfortable settees to...
This home boasts all your needs.
Sea views from every room with the entire frontage of the house in glass, to appreciate the view at all times of Carlingford Lough, Dundalk Bay & The Mountains of Mourne.
A traditional Irish home recently converted to make your stay pleasant and relaxing.
Certified 3 bedroom accommodation, five minutes walk from tranquil Rostrevor, with its mystic scenery. Provides panoramic views of the adjacent Mourne Mountains with forest clad Sliabh Martin displaying the famed Cloughmore Stone. Gaelic legend states that this big stone was thrown from Co Louth...
Roosley cottage is a bright 2-storey self-catering cottage, located on the premises of Rostrevor Holidays, in Rostrevor, County Down. The sun shines in through the living room sliding doors in the morning, and the view from the upstairs bedroom is across to the Mourne Mountains.
This light and...
Hillside, Rostrevor is a distinctive 150-year-old townhouse located in the centre of the picturesque village of Rostrevor, Co Down - the ideal location for a relaxing holiday.
Close to Kilbroney Park and its Fairy Glen, Hillside is surrounded by the famous Mourne Mountains, yet just walking...
Nestled on the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, Cnoc Si cottage is surrounded by 24 acres of peaceful farmland.
Our clean and cosy three bedroom cottage, sleeps up to 6 people. A combined kitchen/living area, with an open log-fire, is perfect for family get-togethers, or somewhere to relax with...
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Step in through the front door of the modern designed Slieve Roe (completed 2014), and your eyes are immediately drawn back outside and down the valley. The sun room in the main entrance hall is an ideal place to sit and read a book in the evening, whilst watching the sun set over the Cooley...
Sliding doors in the living area open out on to an enclosed garden area, with views down the valley towards Carlingford Lough. This two bedroom apartment was designed with couples and young families in mind. The large main bedroom has the option of a large super-king layout or a twin bedroom. The...
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Built on the site of the original farm dwelling, Leckan Mor’s large kitchen windows make the most of the beautiful views down the valley and across to the Mourne Mountains. This cottage is ideal for a small family or group of friends, with 2 double bedrooms, and a twin bedroom. The cottage has one...
Why not use this as a base for your travels in the Mourne area. Visit the many attractions in the area. We have numerous leaflets in the apartment of all the events in this area.With so much to see you may wish to return, or fed up with travelling you can sit in the conservatory and watch the...
In Spring time, the Wildflower garden outside Carnaclasha begins to come alive with colour. The native flowers attract butterflies, and rustle in the wind. Sit on the garden furniture, relaxing with a view down Kilbroney valley.
Inside Carnaclasha house, the fully equipped kitchen is an ideal...
The Oystercatcher is located at the shore of Carlingford Lough at the foot of the Mourne Mountains. Rostrevor is probably Northern Ireland's best village. The B&B enjoys stunning views, spacious rooms, modern contemporary furnishings, gas central heating, decking area and lovely roof terrace. High...
A Traditional Irish Cottage refurbished to the highest standards with modern conveniences nestled in the Mourne Mountains with a lovely river and waterfall close by. Perfect for walkers or mountain bikers. Access directly onto mountain. Close to parks, beaches, car ferry, harbors, golf...
Radharc na Coille is an origional traditional farm cottage with thick stone walls and open fireplaces in each room which has been modernized for comfort. Firewood is provided for a cosy stay.
There are excellent views of the surrounding hills and countryside. The location is quiet and peaceful and...
Holiday Rental House - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
Recent Rostrevor reviews
"In the centre of Rostrevor"
It's 5 minutes to the Fairy Glen with amenities outside the door. Natasha was welcoming and Wi-Fi was a bonus. I'd recommend it and we'd book again for return visits to Rostrevor.
"What a view "
There is a sun room attached to the front of the house where we spent a lot of time sitting out enjoying the view and the peace and quiet.
A steady but steep walk to the top gave us the most spectacular views of warren point and Rostrevor. We visited Rostrevor Inn, The Church Cafe and several restaurants in Warrenpoint. There is a great leisure centre in Newry for swimming.
"Great Cottage, couldn't be better"
Just stayed a week at Crotlieve. On arrival there was a pint of milk in the fridge and tea, coffee and chocolate biscuits which was just what I needed after my long journey.
Large spacious rooms with beautiful decor,massive private garden and garage but the cream of the crop for me is the breathtaking sunroom which I have spent hours in admiring said panoramic views,this really is the most soothing/serene place I have had the pleasure of coming across and just a short walk to rostrevor village itself.