Our Historic Rostrevor World
With 5 great restaurants, 7 old pubs and music 3 nights a week, fascinating history, natural and built heritage, walking and swimming, the local village of Rostrevor has something for everyone, every day of the week.
See the Ross Monument on Sea point, ring the 1000yr old
St. Bronagh's Bell and see the Giant's grave.
Stroll along the Rostrevor river in the beautiful Fairy Glen and great meadow of Kilbroney Park, whilst marvelling at the ancient trees, or forest bathe in the ancient oak wood amidst the freshness, sights and sounds of nature.
Try the great walking trails for all levels of fitness and enjoy the wonderful scenery, including the outstanding panoramic views of Carlingford Lough from Cloughmore.
The Mourne area
The Mountains of Mourne are recognised as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a UNESCO Global Geopark. Take the Mourne Costal Route with the incredible scenery and wonderful points of interest such as the Silent Valley Mountain Park and the 22 mile Mourne Wall.
Rostrevor, Kilbroney Park, The Fairy Glen and Cloughmore
With the great meadow, The Tree trail, Narnia trail and walking trails, the restaurant and the Ancient oak wood
Castlewellan Forrest Park
With the largest maze in Ireland, The lake, Great walks and the Annesley Arboretum
Tullymore and Donard park, Newcastle
Gardens, lakes and rivers, great walking and Slieve Donard highest mountain in N Ireland.
Mourne Park Kilkeel
With Golf, Walks and The Newly opened Woodland Trust, Trails in the Wonderful Ancient Woodland.
The nearest city 10 miles to Crotlieve is home to a range of metropolitan activities;
Local festivals and event
The Mournes are home to six award winning golf courses, including Royal Co. Down, the 2015 and 2024 host of the Irish Open;
Belfast and dublin
Crotlieve Barn, 1.5 hours from Belfast to the North, and 1.5 hours from Dublin to the South.