provides panoramic views of the adjacent Mourne Mountains with forest clad Sliabh Martin displaying the famed Cloughmore Stone. Gaelic legend claims this 'big stone' was thrown from Co Louth, across Carlingford Lough, by the great Irish warrior Cuchulain, to rest at the top of Sliabh Martin.
An Radhairc lies within walking distance of Carlingford Lough, Kilbroney Park and its Fairy Glen and amenities. It is also within a short distance of St Bronaghs ancient Church and graveyard, where the ruins of her monastery and holy well, and offers the perect location to explore the Mourne region.Facilities:
Central heating, feature fireplace, washing machine, fridge/ freezer, microwave, TV, VCR, bed linen and towels supplied, limited mobility access, children welcome, garden, outdoor play area, Young people welcome.
Activities: Shops, bars, restaurant, playground, fishing, golfing, hillwalking, tennis, sandy beach, mountains, forest park, leisure centre. Village (1.6kms), Warrenpoint.
Star Rating: 3 Star
No. of bedrooms: 3
Bedroom details: 1 Double bedroom, 1 Twin bedroom, 1 Single bedroom, sleeps 5
Total capacity: 5 people
G.P.S. Location I J 18685 19057
Here are just a few of our recent customer comments.
“We had a very relaxing time and the cottage was very suitable” Mary Delargy, Scotland.
“We thank you for such a great stay. We really enjoyed ourselves tremendously and found that we could sit in the front sun room for hours just enjoying the view of the Mournes and the Stone” Jessica Nourse
“The cottage was exactly what we required and we would be happy to recommend it to anyone. Excellent base for walking” - Vince McDonald, England.
“What a fantastic time. Views breathtaking. Cottage amazing – couldn’t ask for anything more. Kids loved it, especially the garden”. Aishling & Stephen McKinney, Belfast.
“Enjoyed our stay – beautiful views – will come back” Rodger, Margaret & Nancy Spooner, Liverpool.