The Ceili House


In rural Irish Culture, The Ceili House was a house designated as a gathering area for members of the community to socialize. Along with music and traditional dancing, party pieces such as story telling, songs, and poetry recitals were common. The Ceili House at Rostrevor Holidays was built with facilitating such gatherings, in mind. The large (20ft x 30ft) living/dining room with a Liscannor stone floor, is ideal as a centre gathering house when groups stay at Rostrevor Holidays. However, with the log fire burning, and relaxing in the sofas, it’s also ideal for a small group of friends and family. There is a small, separate kitchen, ideal for cooking all sorts of feasts. 2 ensuite bedrooms are located downstairs, (one with a bath, the other with a shower-room), whilst the third bedroom is an open-mezzanine above the main living room. A separate shower-room downstairs services this room.