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In the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, just outside Rostrevor, County Down, you will find Rostrevor Holidays. A family-run self-catering rostrevor accommodation group, located on a peaceful 24-acre farm.
12 cottages of varying sizes are built in a traditional style with magnificent views over the Mourne Mountains and down Kilbroney Valley to Carlingford Lough. Our one bedroom cottages are ideal for a couple looking for a relaxing break, whilst are our larger 3 and 4 bedroom houses will suit family holidays and friends’ reunions.
At Your Doorstep
At Rostrevor Holidays, we are more than just a place to stay; we really feel that you can make a holiday here. First of all, at your doorstep, you can enjoy a game of tennis, let your children explore the playground, or take a walk along the 3km farmyard trail. Or maybe make Rostrevor Holidays a base for your friends and family. Make the most of the local mountain bike trails in Rostrevor and Castlewellan, or the hill walking in the Mourne Mountains.
Throughout our 23 years of business, we have enjoyed meeting new visitors; especially welcoming back return guests and friends. As a result, our commitment to a friendly welcome and the provision of a quality service, has led to a huge number of guests recommending their relatives and friends. Have a look through our website and see for yourself the holiday you can have in Rostrevor.
The top places to visit in Ireland
Rostrevor village is a perfect place to take your holiday. The Mourne Mountains are popular for hill walking. Most noteworthy is the highest peak, Slieve Donard at 850 metres. Kilbroney Park the location of Rostrevor Mountain Bike Trail Centre; it also offers a children’s playground and café. In fact it was Rostrevor that inspire C.S. Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia.
Furthermore, we are located on the East Coast of Ireland, between Belfast and Dublin. Thinking about visiting Titanic Belfast? We are only one hour by car. In addition you could stop by Crumlin Road Gaol. Around 15 minutes drive from Belfast city-centre, brings you to the “living” museum The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum designed to show Ulster life more than 100 years ago. For Game of Thrones fans, immerse yourself in Winterfell. The Giant’s Causeway can be reached in 2 hours, and Dublin City is only 90 minutes.