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Local Things To Do and See

Carlingford

Carlingford is a magical village, full of character and is one of the best preserved medieval villages in Ireland. Our B&B is a 10 minute drive from the Greencastle teminal were a short, scenic ferry crossing will take you across Carlingford lough.

Electric Brae Hill AKA The Magic Road

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.

Kilkeel Golf Club

Fancy a round of golf? Kilkeel golf club is only a 5 minute drive away. The Par 72 Championship Course was designed by famous Dublin Golf Architect Eddie Hackett, who designed 80 courses. Visit the clubs restaurant, The Oak Tree, if you have worked up an appetite.



Knockchree Atticall

We are situated only a few minutes drive from the Knockchree walking trail which boasts some of the most stunning views of the mourne mountains you will find and it's right on our doorstep.


Bloody Bridge

The Bloody Bridge is a historic attracition and a popular route for those wishing to explore the mournes.

http://www.visitmournemountains.co.uk/Visitor-Information/Cycling/Bloody-Bridge

The Carrick Cottage Cafe

The Carrick Cottage is a beautiful, small, traditional Irish cafe set at the foot of the Mournes. With it's spectacular views why not grab a coffee and a bite to eat whilst admiring the landscape.

https://discovernorthernireland.com/Carrick-Cottage-Cafe-Annalong-Newry-P64286/

Cranfield Beach West

Offering sandy beaches with a stunning back drop of the mournes, this popular beach is a hit with families and water sports enthusiasts and it's only 2.2 miles away.

https://discovernorthernireland.com/Cranfield-West-Beach-Kilkeel-Newry-P3089/

Greencastle Co Down

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.

 
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