An Radhairc, Rostrevor Holidays, Self Catering  Accommodation, Rostrevor, Co Down

An Radhairc  (meaning spectacular views) is a  3 star certified 3-bedroom Holiday self-catering cottage providing excellent accommodation, sleeps 5 and is within 8 minutes walk from the tranquil Rostrevor in County Down, with its majestic scenery, heritage trails, coastal walks and mild climate. It includes all modern conveniences and is finished to a very high standard.
An Radhairc 
An Radhairc Holiday's 
provides a panoramic view 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, Holiday cottage, lies within a 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 are today, and  it offers the perfect location to holiday and explore the Mourne region.

Facilities:  WiFi, Central heating, open fire, washing machine, fridge/ freezer, microwave, TV, VCR, bed linen and towels supplied, limited mobility access,  pets by arrangement, enclosed back garden,  outdoor play area nearby.
Activities Locally:  This holiday cottage lies within 5 minute walk of  Kilbroney Park, Rostrevor which is situated in a stunning location where mountain, sea and valley create a scenic wonderland.  The Park overlooks Carlingford Lough and these ninety seven acres of beautiful parkland nestle within the shadow of Sliabh Mairtin and the Mountains of Mourne.  The park offers an excellent range of facilities, including a children's play area, tennis courts, cafe, the Cloughmore Centre and top-class mountain bike trails.  The Park also provides numerous options for the walker, including two way marked trails.

THE NARNIA TRAIL is a recent addition to the Park, taken from a book by  C.S. Lewis. Born in Belfast in 1898.  His Chronicles of Narna have sold over 100 million copies worldwide and his early years of holidaying in Rostrevor influenced his writing.  This family trail seeks to capture the imagination of children of all ages.

Holiday activities  includes shops, bars, restaurants,  fishing, water activities golfing, hillwalking, sandy beach, mountains,  Rostrevor Village to Warrenpoint. (3 mile).

Holiday Accommodation Details
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
Phone:  (00353) 4785951 or Mobile (00353) 872646415
 G.P.S. Location I J 18685 19057

Customer Testimonials
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.


An Radhairc, 35 Cloughmore Park, Rostrevor, Co. Down BT34 3AX
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