As the name suggests, Corn Cottage combines the rustic feel of the farmhouse with the comfort afforded by deluxe furnishings. Modern features such as digital satellite TV, video and mobile phone are available for those who want to keep in touch with the 21st Century. Downstairs is an open plan living dining area with hand made maple kitchen with dresser, stone floor and wood burning stove. Reclaimed pine has been used throughout to preserve as much of the old farm buildings as possible. A half door opens out onto a raised terrace, perfect for relaxing, barbeques etc. It is a 2-bedroom cottage to accommodate 5 people (1 bedroom with double bed and single bed and the other with 2 single beds). A spacious bathroom with bath and shower completes the upstairs which reveals the original beams throughout.
We have recently opened five farm trails at our cottages.These lead to a Bird hide,Badger hide and viewing platform .Many parts of the Scottish mainland and Isle of Man are visible from this vantage point.
1 of a group of 7 cottages that can accommodate parties of up to 34 people.
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Standard price:£from 396 to 490
Location / Directions
From Belfast International Airport , Aldergrove; take the M2 motorway direct to Belfast.
From the Port of Larne; take the main A8 towards Belfast until it joins the M2 motorway as your quickest option, or if you can read a map and would like to take the scenic coastal route past Carrickergus with its impressive Castle, then take the coastal A2 direct from Larne to Carrickfergus and then straight on to Belfast via the M5 Motorway.
On the approach to Belfast you can bypass the Centre of the City by taking the M3 motorway over the New Lagan Bridge and follow signs to Newtownards via the A2, past the New Belfast Harbour Airport, through Holywood, past the Folk and Transport Museum heading for Bangor. Follow the signs on the Rhs to Newtownards just before Bangor.
From Newtownards; follow the A20 towards Portaferry, after approx 3 miles you will come to the small Village of Greyabbey. Turn left at the mini roundabout in the village and go to the end of the street. Turn right at the T junction and leave the village on the B5 for Ballywalter.
One mile out off Greyabbey take the first road on the right into the Ballybryan Road, the Cottages are only a further quarter mile on your left hand side.
Welcome Scheme Member
- Anglers welcome
- Cyclists welcome
- Families welcome
- Golfers welcome
- Walkers welcome
- Cot & Highchair Available
- Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
- Hairdryer Available
- Euro Accepted
- Dogs Welcome Outside
- Ironing Facilities
- Parking Available
Non - Serviced
- Tumble Dryer
- Washing Machine
- Private Garden
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