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An Radhairc


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About this Property

An Radhairc Holiday’s provides a panoramic view of the adjacent Mourne Mountains with forest clad Sliabh Martin displaying the famed Cloughmore Stone. Gaelic legend claims this ‘big stone’ was thrown from Co Louth, across Carlingford Lough, by the great Irish warrior Fionn McCumhaill, to rest at the top of Sliabh Martin.

An Radhairc, Holiday cottage, lies within a walking distance of Carlingford Lough, Kilbroney Park and its Fairy Glen and amenities. It is also within a short distance of St Bronaghs ancient Church and graveyard, where the ruins of her monastery and holy well are today, and it offers the perfect location to holiday and explore the Mourne region.

An Radhairc (meaning spectacular views) is a 3 star certified 3-bedroom Holiday self-catering cottage providing excellent accommodation, sleeps 5 and is within 8 minutes walk from the tranquil Rostrevor in County Down, with its majestic scenery, heritage trails, coastal walks and mild climate. It includes all modern conveniences and is finished to a very high standard.


Large Garden Area
No Smoking
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