The original 17th century house on the hill farm, tastefully restored, but retaining the character and features of the traditional stone cottage with a crook and crane fireplace, exposed stonework, quarry tiled floors and half-doors.
Rose cottage has a well-equipped kitchen and a sitting/dining room with comfortable sofas and oak dining table and chairs. It will sleep 4 people comfortably in a double ensuite bedroom and a twin bunkroom. There is also a separate bathroom, with an over-bath shower.
At the front of the cottage is the walled orchard garden where young children can safely play.
The cottage is situated well off the main road on a south-facing wooded hillside which has amazing views across the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man.
Slievemoyle is 1/2 mile from the entrance to the beautiful Castle Ward National Trust Property and 2 miles from the picturesque village of Strangford with its award winning restaurants.
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Standard price:£430 to 490
Location / Directions
Situated 2 miles from Strangford Village and 6 miles from Downpatrick on the main Strangford to Downpatrick road. Within easy reach of the Co. Down coast, Strangford Lough and, by ferry, the Ards Peninsula.
Main Downpatrick to Strangford Road, on the right, with a brown tourist sign marking the entrance to the lane.
- Cyclists welcome
- Families welcome
- Walkers welcome
- Parking Available
- Cot & Highchair Available
- Ironing Facilities
- Tumble Dryer
- Washing Machine
- DVD Player
- Private Garden
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