House Features

THE HOUSE

Hillside is a splendid Georgian house built in early 1800′s. This unique house has a wealth of period features and is full of architectural character. It is located in the heart of Rostrevor village.

  • Sleeps ten people (additional beds and cots available if required)

  • 4 stunning bedrooms with genuine antique stylings

  • Bathroom with shower, and additional shower room and toliet.

  • WiFi throughout

  • Laundrey service available, both washer and dryer.

  • Outside area  and barbecue available for guests

 

Rostrevor

Rostrevor is a village and townland in County DownNorthern Ireland. It is within Newry, Mourne and Down District. It lies at the foot of Slieve Martin on the coast of Carlingford Lough. The Kilbroney River flows through the village.

The village is known for its beautiful character , friendly people and folk music festival, Fiddler’s Green Festival.

That part of Rostrevor that overlooks Carlingford Lough is my idea of Narnia” ~ C.S. Lewis.

Rostrevor is renowned for its wonderful sites

  • Kilbroney park which features the fabulous Narnia Trail, popular with both adult and kids.

  • Coastal and mountain walks with stunning views from on-top beside the famous landmark of Clogmore Stone.

  • Great local music food and people.

  • Legendary mountain bike trails, host to 2013 World Fire and Police games.