Spinkwee Cottage

Spinkwee cottage is part of an old corn mill circa 1800 once owned by the 3rd Earl of Roden. Now the building has been lovingly restored into a cosy retreat with oil fired central heating, right on the edge of Tollymore Forest Park and in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. To the south of the cottage are the majestic Mourne mountains and to the west, pasturelands and the Forest park itself. To the North the meadows rise up from the Shimna river valley. Ideal for rambling, birdwatching, painting or relaxing with books or games. Newcastle 1.5 miles. No children. No smoking in property.

Special offers available:

Short Breaks specialFree Welcome Pack
Rooms and Units
1 x 1 Bedroom Unit (sleeps 2)

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Standard price:

From £385

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Newcastle Visitor Information Centre

Location / Directions

From the town follow signs for Tollymore Park - this will take you via Bryansford Road. You will pass by the Enniskeen Hotel on your left - slow down. After about 200 yards you will see a brown sign for CORNMILL COTTAGES directing you into TULLYBRANNIGAN ROAD on your left. Drive right down to the bottom of the hill and over the bridge. Immediately turn right as directed by the SECOND BROWN SIGN and take the SECOND driveway on the right. Check-in at the white house.
  • Microwave
  • Tumble Dryer
  • Washing Machine
  • Central Heating Extra
  • TV
  • Dishwasher
  • Private Garden
  • DVD Player
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Parking Available
  • WiFi
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Premises Address

170 Tullybrannigan Road
Newcastle
Co. Down
BT33 0PW

Contact Details

Email:
janemckee@hotmail.com
Tel: (028) 4372 5048
Fax: (028) 4372 5048
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