Explore the Mournes
The B&B is situated at the heart of the mourne mountains. Click on the link below for information on the many hiking and walking trails available.
Located 8 miles away sits Spelga Dam. A man made dam built in 1960 to supply water to Belfast and surrounding areas, with a reserviour 1200ft above sea level. Whilst there why not try out Spelga's popular Electric Brae Hill for a spot of magic.
Defy the law of gravity when you visit the Electric Brae near Spelga Dam. Local folklore suggest that if you park your car on the magic hill and remove your handbrake, faries will begin to push you back up the hill. Whether it's fairy magic, magnetic anomaly or simply an optical illusion this phenomena is to be experienced to be believed.
Just 2 mins down the road, Kilkeel Visitor Information centre is rich with information about the local area including Mourne Seafood Cookery School and Lobster Hatch.
Opposite the picturesque Annalong Harbour lies the once busy corn mill. The mill was in operation from the 1800's right up until 1960"s and is now a tourist attraction.
5.5 miles away find Greencastle Royal Castle. A historic attraction dating back to the 13th Century. From its setting on a rocky height beside Carlingford Lough, it has commanded the ferry link with Carlingford and defended sea and land communications. Due to various attacks on the castle over time, the building standing today is a mix of 13th-16th century structures.