Wonderful local Attractions within 3 miles
Our Historic Rostrevor World.
With seven old pubs, five great new restaurants and music 3 nights a week there's something for every evening.
Visit the 100ft high historic Ross Monument on Sea point, looking out over the lough to the first of the great Mournes,
Ring the 1000 yr old St Bronaghs bell, See the ancient Celtic cross, The Giants grave and the Ross cross.
Walk the beautiful Fairy Glen trail along the Rostrevor river and enjoy the great meadow among the ancient trees where Queen Elizabeth once stayed on holiday at the Lodge.
Forest bathe in the Oak wood amidst the freshness and sights and sounds of nature on the trail to see Cloughmore, left by a receding glazier 11000 yrs ago, and from there see the wonderful panoramic views over Carlingford lough and beyond, All that Inspired C S Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia on his visits here.
Writing of Rostrevor, the forest and the lough, the writer William Makepeace Thackeray wrote, were such a bay lying upon English shores it would be a world wonder.
Slideshow, Rostrevor and famous attractions within 1 hour.