cottage is one of 4 cottages in a terrace of mill labourers dwellings.
Originally the terrace was built as six two room units. One room upstairs and
one room downstairs. The original back wall of the property can be seen in the
thick stone wall at the back of the living room.
terrace later became three dwellings as family requirements became more
demanding. However the centre terrace was returned to it original twin
dwellings some time later. With extensive renovations and development the
property has been tastefully brought to 21st Century requirements,
and provides an excellent base for a cosy rural retreat.
the edge of Tollymore Forest Park and the Mourne
to the West, situated on the Shimna River,
this area designated as Ã¢€Å“an Area Of Outstanding Natural BeautyÃ¢€Â offers a lot of
scope for those enjoying the outdoor life. The area is ideal for rambling,
climbing, angling, bird watching, golfing, painting, photography, horse riding,
cycling or just relaxing with a book is also an option for those wishing to
relax. It is also very accessible to the attractions of Newcastle
and the coast.
the accommodation is surprisingly large. Immediately inside the cottage is the
first reception room, with large wood burner gives the cottage an immediate
homely appeal. An open plan living and dining area with a fully fitted kitchen
boasts sunroom area opening onto the patio area beyond, with
BBQ and garden furniture for alfresco dining
providing alternative areas for relaxation for all seasons.
accomodation also includes two double bedrooms, the larger bedroom also boasts
an additional single bed. The family bathroom includes a bath and a separate
electric shower unit.
dogs are welcome by arrangement
miles from Newcastle,
Tullybrannigan road is on the left when driving from Newcastle
towards Bryansford (Just past the Enniskeen Hotel)