4 Star Self Catering Northern Ireland

Newcastle County Down, Northern Ireland

Four Stars,

3 Bedrooms,

Great location and even better price.

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Great facilities  to make your stay as comfortable as possible

  • Fully equipped kitchen with central breakfast island and separate dining table
  • The lounge has a sofa bed that can sleep an additional 2 adults
  • This well insulated property is fully central heated but there is nothing as comforting on a cold winter’s night as the warm glow from the logs on the front room fire.
  • Boarded patio area that extends the dining area into the garden on those warm summer evenings
  • Separate utility room with laundry facilities
  • No parking restrictions with space for 3 cars on the drive
  • En-suite in master bedroom
  • Ground floor cloak/toilet
  • Internet access available

About Newcastle:

Walking distance:

Newcastle has all that you would wish for a holiday or just a weekend break. One of the best seaside resorts overlooked by the stunning remoteness of the Mountains of Mourne and the finest golf links in Northern Ireland what more could you ask for?


It is all probably too much for one weekend – book now to come back to complete your Newcastle experience.


Newcastle has all of the traditional facilities of a seaside town.

  • A sandy beach with safe swimming
  • Walk along the recently improved promenade
  • Outdoor swimming pool (Sea water)
  • Harbour
  • Outdoor swimming pool for children (Tropicana)
  • Browse the high street shops
  • Eat in the cafés and restaurants







Hollybush House is 15 minutes walk to the Tollymore Forest nature reserve where there is horse riding, mountain biking, fishing and walking


Closer still to access points to the Mourne footpaths to climb Slieve Donard Northern Ireland’s highest mountain


It is a short drive  or a long walk to the beautiful Castlewellan Country Park and the Silent Valley Reservoir, areas of outstanding beauty.

Things to do:

Walking routes








Tollymore Forest Park






Donard Park





Murlough Nature reserve

Murlough was declared Ireland’s first nature reserve in 1967 and has been cared for by the National Trust ever since, providing a haven for wildlife and rare habitats. It is a great place for seal watching



Cycling routes





Royal County Down Golf Club



The Mournes Golf Club



Downpatrick and County Down Railway

Northern Ireland’s only heritage railway




Belfast Tourism



Tullymore Kayaking


What is coming up?:



Mourne Mountain Marathon

16th September to 17th September 2023





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