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Self catering river-side cottage in rural County Down<BR>This is an opportunity to stay in a really ecological cottage, set in a very attractive location right beside a river, in the grounds<BR>of the owners converted Mill. The cottage was featured in Living Design Summer 2010 and was built...
Mill Cottage Downpatrick, set in a 200 acre conservation farm is a perfect location for a peaceful relaxing holiday. Surrounded by rolling countryside it is rich in bird life and the large garden and sheltered patio area is a wonderful sun trap.It is part of the 370 year old Tobermoney Mill Village...
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Miller's Barn is a delightful two storey romantic retreat featuring a 370 year old brick chimney breast, wood burning stove and panoramic views of beautiful drumlin countryside. It is part of the old mill village of Tobermoney and adjacent to Mill Cottage.It is an idyllic peaceful setting rich in...
Inch School is luxury B&B, licensed by the Tourist Board of NI, available for entire self-catering letting, with 7/8 bedrooms that can sleep 20.
* SPRING DEAL: Rent for one night and get SECOND NIGHT HALF PRICE
Fully fitted to hotel standard it is perfect for large families, weddings, group...
Set in St Patrick's heartlands, 4 star Mill Barn is a distinctive, luxurious 370 year old stone cottage. Reclaimed pitch pine flooring, stone flags, wood burning stove, original fireplace, granite work tops, oak beams. Wonderful country views. A romantic location perfect for two ! Golf. fishing and...
Stunning view from this self contained apartment that can hold up to 4 people with living room, kitchen, bathroom and double bedroom. Ideally situated close to Downpatrick, Newcastle and all othe major attractions in County Down. WE can also cater for larger groups than 4 so just ask and we'll see...