Sally’s Garden Cottage nestles in rural County Down, just over an hour’s drive from Dublin or Belfast airports and within half an hour’s drive of spectacular scenic locations including the famed Mountains of Mourne, Carlingford Lough, Kilbroney Park. There’s even a 5000 year old dolmen within sight of the front door!
The four star self catering family friendly accommodation has a modern fitted kitchen, two bedrooms, (one en suite with wheelchair access) and a bathroom. There is also an airy hallway bathed in natural light where you can view the hills or paint your masterpiece. Underfloor heating throughout, patio, orchard, free WiFi and a cosy living room with wood burning stove where you can sit by the fire and literally put your feet up in County Down!
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Location / Directions
Whether approaching from Belfast (North) or Dublin (South) head first for Newry and follow A2 signs for Warrenpoint and Kilkeel. Follow dual carriageway A2 and as you approach Warrenpoint, you pass an old Norman Castle (Narrow Water Keep) on your right. A few metres further on you'll come to a roundabout, at the centre is a big silver coloured elk sculpture. From this roundabout, please take the first exit on your left, the Mound Road, follow for about 1 mile until you reach a crossroads. Go more or less straight across, continuing to follow signs for Burren.
Continue up a long hill until you pass a church on your left, then take the second left after church into Carrogs Road. Drive along the Carrogs Road a few hundred metres, past a football pitch on your right. Sally's Garden is the second house on your left after the football pitch. As you approach on Carrogs Road, on the top of a hill you will see the arc shaped red railing and pedestrian entrance gate to the front of the cottage, turn left off the Carrogs Road.
Please be careful, this is quite a sharp turning into a nineteenth century laneway – in use since long before the days of cars!
Continue up the lane, turning to the right.
You will see a 150 year old green iron gate in front of you.
Open gate and enter the rear yard to park securely, without fear of seeing a traffic warden...
It's time to relax
- Washing Machine
- Private Garden
- DVD Player
- Ironing Facilities
- Hairdryer Available
- Cot & Highchair Available
- Parking Available
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