Walk the Beautiful Fairy Glen along the Kilbroney river.
The Great Obelisk of Major General Robert Ross of Bladensburg.
New scenic Ferry across the lough to Carlingford.
Slieve Martin the first summit of the Mournes at 1600 ft, with Wonderful views of Carlingford Lough & beyond.
Cloughmore set down from a receding Glacier 11000 yrs ago.
The 9th Century St Bronaghs Cross and the well.
Worlds once tallest man Patrick Murphy s grave & 8ft head stone.
St Bronagh Bell 1000 yrs old
Instant access to wonderful walking trails & stunning scenery.
Scenic drives around the great Mournes & by the coast.
The Silent Valley reservoir center nestled in the Mournes.
The Mourne wall, longest listed Monument 22 miles on 15 peaks.
The Benedictine Monastery, Kilbroney road Rostrevor.
Santa's Cottage just 1 mile from the Barn, Nov & December.
5000 year old kilfeighan Dolmen with its 35/40 ton capstone.
Guided Tree trail or Ross legacy tour with a stay at the barn.
knowledge of all hill walking, biking, parks and local history available on site from the owner.
Our Wonderful Historic Kilbroney Park Rostrevor, The great Meadow with the Ancient Oaks. The Narnia trail, Tree Trail, Heritage Trail, Cloughmore Trail, Slieve Martin, and all other extensive walking Trails and bike trails. The ancient Oak forest.
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.
Slieve Gullion Forest Park Newry.
½ hour to Newry city, shopping, clubs, Restaurants, Omniplex Cinema, Bagenal Castle Museum, The Cathedral.
The Town Hall with the Clanrye river flowing underneath.
The Craigmore viaduct Newry.
4 Golf clubs
World class, Royal Co Down Newcastle. Warrenpoint Coarse.
Mourne Park, Kilkeel and on the ferry to Greenore.
Historic Rostrevor Charming architecture with 7 pubs, 5 restaurants and music 3 nights a week, all sheltered snug under Slieve Martin the first summit of the Mournes with the Ancient Oak forest sweeping down to the Lough, providing a mild sheltered micro climate for all, once the home and estates of The Ross family the Great Granite Obelisk of General Robert Ross of Bladensburg standing proud on the shoreline and where the Queen Mother once stayed on holiday at The Lodge in the Great Meadow with her daughter Queen Elizabeth. Explore the Historic village with the Heritage trail, walk the beautiful Fairy Glen, The Tree Trail and Narnia Trail among the Great Meadows Ancient trees and all the other Wonderful scenic walking trails. Enjoy the Ancient Oak Forest on the trail to Cloughmore and see the Panoramic views over Carlingford Lough and beyond, all Inspiring C S Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia on his visits here. Writing of Rostrevor, the Forest & 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. Images Rostrevor Area
May - Warrenpoint Blues on the Bay festival
June - Kilbroney Vintage car show Rostrevor
June - Mourne international walking Festival
July- Rostrevor Fiddlers Green International Festival