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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach or lakeside relaxation
  • Suitable for children over 5
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden
  • Car advised
  • Nearest beach 0.05km

Five Star Grade Approved ( N. Ireland Tourist Board )

This luxurious and charming 19th century cottage has recently been renovated to provide spacious, comfortable accommodation with an open plan kitchen and dining hall area leading into a cosy sitting room with gas fire. The accommodation provides two beautifully furnished bedrooms, one double bedroom (The Oystercatcher) with en suite, and one twin bedroom (The Sandpiper) with separate bathroom. A conservatory leading from the dining hall overlooks a well laid out garden. The cottage is within easy walking distance of the town, local shops and restaurants as well as the beach and promenade and is ideally located for visits to the Mountains of Mourne and the Cooley Peninsula.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Local 50 m
Access Car advised
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Belfast 90 km, Nearest railway: Newry 15 km
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

A comfortable 2 -seater sofa is in the sitting section of the kitchen.

Bookshelves in the hallway contain a variety of books, jigsaw puzzles and games.

The well laid out garden can be seen and enjoyed from the comfort of a sun filled conservatory.

A nautical theme runs through most of the cottage and continues into the garden with a beach themed area.

The owners private garden which adjoins the Cottage garden has recently been judged as the " Best Garden" in Newry and Mourne and awarded First Prize at the Newry Agricultural Show held in June 2013.

Further details outdoors

On -street car parking available outside the double-gated entrance to the Cottage.

Further details

Contact the owners regarding availability.

The Newry and Mourne region

County Down

The towns and villages of Mourne country are exciting destinations in their own right, also good bases for discovering the magic of the mountains. Popular resort Newcastle, where Slieve Donard really does 'sweep down to the sea' offers family fun, plus the bonus of mountains and championship golf (Royal County Down) on your doorstep.

Nearby Bryansford and Tollymore are centres for outdoor adventure - from the sublime to the extreme. There is pony-trekking, bouldering, canoeing, abseiling, hillwalking and even Ireland's only mountainboarding facility! Both Tollymore and Castlewellan have outstanding forest parks. Silent Valley, inland from restored harbour hamlet, Annalong, is another gem. Round the rocky coast, past busy fishing port Kilkeel, to Victorian Rostrevor. Its park begins as manicured lawns, but as you climb it becomes an arboretum, river walk and finally a mountain trail offering views across Carlingford Lough.

Blue Flag Cranfield Beach is also nearby.

Located in the Gap of the North, Newry is an excellent shopping city and the Newry and Mourne Museum is also well worth a visit.

Warrenpoint

Warrenpoint sits at the southern approach to the Mournes and at the point where the Clanrye River and Newry Canal open into Carlingford Lough. There was no town of Warrenpoint up until the beginning of the 19th century. The town was planned and built on a grid system by the landlords in Narrow Water.

The square is one of the largest in Ireland and saw many 'fair days' up until the late 1950s. The town came to prominence in the early 19th century, first as an outport for Newry, developing a thriving timber trade with North America and Canada.

By the mid 1800s Warrenpoint had grown to the 5th largest port in Ireland, in terms of imports and exports, including people. A plaque stands at the corner of the town dock to commemorate the thousands of emigrants who passed through the town in search of a better life.

All year round Warrenpoint offers well known restaurants providing a variety of foods to suit every taste and pocket.

Just outside Warrenpoint is Narrow Water Castle, an excellent example of a tower-house and bawn built about 1568 at the strategic point the Newry or Clanrye River meets Carlingford Lough.

The Magennis Coronation Stone or stone of destiny is located at Bridal Loanan in the town, preserved on its original site. Legend tells how the Magennis clan and all of the sub-clans, who owed allegiance to 'The Magennis', would fill the surrounding countryside while the chieftain of the clan was inaugurated by placing his foot and staff of pwer into slots in the stone.

Warrenpoint Park close to the centre of the town has a magnificent array of flowers and shrubs and the fine Edwardian bandstand is the focus for popular summer band concerts. Facilities include tennis courts and play area.

KIlbroney Forest Park which is situated in nearby Rostrevor (3 mile drive along the coast) is a splendid place to enjoy some outdoor activities.....tennis, horse and carriage rides, and the drive or walk to the "Big Stone. and Hermits Viewpoint." The views are breathtaking.

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Review 1-10 of 14

8 Jan 2014

5/5

"Beautiful cottage"

We had a great holiday, the cottage had everything we needed, beautifully presented and a lovely feel about the place. Sitting room was really cosy with the fire on.

14 Nov 2013

5/5

"Beyond expectations - absolutely stunning"

Located in "The Mournes", an area of Northern Ireland renowned for its natural beauty, Cedar Cottage complements its setting with an excellent layout and exquisite maritime-themed decor. It is very well equipped for a stay of any length for up to four persons. The owners, Norman and Rachel Purdy, have an in-depth knowledge of the area and its many activity possibilities, but have also provided for non-active times with a wide variety of reading and viewing materials and equipment.
We were sorry when our time was up, and have booked for a return visit.

10 Nov 2013

5/5

"Perfect seaside retreat"

I stayed here with my mum in June this year & we had the most fantastic stay. It's perfect, from the location to the service. The cottage has absolutely everything you need, down to every tiny de… More

18 Sep 2013

5/5

"daughteers wedding"

an excellent property with all mod cons and very clean and tidy. we had a nice time and the owners could not have been more helpful or discreet. ideally located near shops but very private and great for walks if you enjoy such activity.

28 Aug 2013

5/5

"Staying at the place where they have thought of everything!"

From the moment you open the blue gate that separates Cedar Cottage from Springfield Road you are transported to somewhere special. A beautiful garden a few down to the Lough and then you open the doo… More

26 Jul 2013

5/5

"just simply the best"

comfy, very clean,all the little details and touches were just lovely, and the strawberries, weaten bread and butter and milk was a lovely gesture that was left by the owners. everything about this place is spot on from the amazing showers and the clean bedding home from home plus a short stroll into warren point plus the great view through the garden down to the sea.

17 Jul 2013

5/5

"Self catering cottage."

Lo consiglio vivamente, cottage arredato in modo elegante e fornito di tutto, abbiamo persino trovato il necessario per la prima colazione, i proprietari sono di una disponibilit√† eccellente.… More

17 Jun 2013

5/5

"Absolutely delightful cottage."

Beautifully decorated and fitted out. Everything brand new. Every detail thought of and more. The owners leave tea, milk, bread and butter, eggs and cereal for when you arrive tired and hungry! Pretty garden with view of the sea and hills beyond. Plenty of comfortable seating both in and out. A great location to stay with many scenic drives close at hand. 5 minutes walk to an excellent Spar, local bakers, restaurants etc. Very friendly owners. Wifi worked all the time.

20 May 2013

5/5

"Beautiful property - no hesitation recommending this self catering cottage"

My friend and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit for one week. The house is very cosy, bright, clean and tastefully furnished and decorated. There is plenty of living space for up to four people. The o… More

3 Apr 2013

5/5

"Cedar Cottage provides luxury, comfort and quirky ideas in a lovely location"

The family visit to Warrenpoint was all the more successful because of this very comfortable and well sited cottage. It was beautifully decorated and had everything that a visitor would have needed including little extras like a welcome pack. The owners are very accommodating and will be on hand to help with any problems. There are bars and places to eat a short walk away and many beautiful places to visit in the vicinity. eg Kilbroney country park.

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