Instant Access to Wonderful Forest, River and Mountain walks with Stunning Scenery
Instant access to the world class mountain bike trails
2 miles to Rock Climbing areas of Hen & Eagle Mountain.
The Beautiful Fairy Glen path where the Kilbroney river meanders its way over the salmon leap trough a tunnel of Oaks to the sea.
The wonderful Kilbroney meadow see detail below.
Slieve Martin first summit of the Mournes at 1600 ft, with Wonderful views of Carlingford Lough & beyond.
Wonderful walking trails, Cloughmore by the Glen stream, The Fallows, Paddy's walk, Slieve Martin, the Gorge walk, The mass Rocks, Dan White's dander, Pierce's Castle and Eagle Mountain.
Knowledge of all rock climbing, hill walking & park areas available on site from the owner.
Rostrevor village, shops, Seven Pubs, five Restaurants and the Beautiful Carlingford Lough.
Scenic drives around the Great Mournes & home by the Coast
The Silent Valley Reservoir Center nestled in the Mournes
Our longest listed Monument the 22 mile Mourne wall on 15 peaks
Tullymore Mountain center at Briansford
Cranfield beach, Greencastle and Kilkeel harbour
Carlingford yacht club and adventure center Killowen Rostrevor
Annett garden & outdoor living Center Warrenpoint
The Benedictine Monastery, Kilbroney
Castlewellan Park. with the largest maze in Ireland, Great walks & the Wonderful Annesley Arboretum.
Tullymore Forest Park. with Slieve Donard highest mountain in N Ireland at Newcastle.
Our Wonderful Kilbroney Park Rostrevor, With The Ancient Oaks and Old Homer Tree of the Year. The Narnia trail, The Tree Trail, The Cloughmore Trail, The Glen stream path and other extensive walking Trails. The wonderful trees of the Arboretum. The wonderful views from Cloughmore and Slieve Martin, The Ancient Oak wood, Fiddlers Green, The Mourne Way,
The world class Bike Trails, for all ages & levels of ability.
½ hour to Newry city, shopping, Clubs, Restaurants, Omniplex Cinema, Bagenal Castle Museum,
The Town Hall with the Clanrye river flowing underneath
Royal Co Down Newcastle.
Mourne Park, Kilkeel.
Local Historical attractions
Ross Monument Rostrevor erected for General Ross who captured Washington & burned The White House in 1814.
The 900 AD bell and Cross of Bronagh, Rostrevor.
Worlds once tallest man Patrick Murphy s grave, Rostrevor.
Narrow Water Castle & Keep, Warrenpoint.
5000 year old kilfeighan Dolmen with its 35/40 ton capstone, on the way to Kilkeel.
Craigmore viaduct Newry.
Carlingford medieval Village.
The Bronte homeland close to Rathfriland.
Historic and charming Rostrevor On the shores of Carlingford Lough with charming architecture, 7 pubs and 5 restaurants dwarfed by and sheltered snug under Slieve Martin first summit of the Mournes and the Ancient Oak forest sweeping down to the sea, providing a mild sheltered climate for all and once famous residents, in 17oo the home and estate of The Ross family, the Great Granite Obelisk of General Robert Ross of Bladensburg standing proud on the shore line. then to writer Albert Stratford Canning and to the Bowes-Lyons family cousins of the Queen Mother who visited on holiday with her daughter now Queen Elisabeth. See the Kilbroney river flowing through a tunnel of Oaks to the sea in the famous Fairy Glen, explore the historic village and walk the meadow among the Ancient trees, to the wonderful scenic walking trails and world class bike trails skirting the Kilbroney Valley to Killowen, to Cloughmore and Slieve Martin. With Panoramic views of Carlingford Lough and beyond, All said to have inspired C S Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia on his visits here. Writing of Rostrevor & the lough, the famous English writer William Makepeace Thackeray wrote, Were such a bay lying upon English shores it would be a world wonder or if on the Mediterranean or Baltic, English travelers would flock to it.
May - Warrenpoint Blues on the Bay festival
June - Kilbroney Vintage car show Rostrevor
June - Mourne international walking Festival
July- Rostrevor Fiddlers Green International Festival