Ballynahinch Cottages, County Down

Ballynahinch lies 15 miles south of Belfast and with Newcastle and Downpatrick, is one of the three largest towns of the Down District Council area.

 

Ballynahinch was founded by Sir George Rawdon in the 1600's and remained in the family's hands until the time of the rebellion of 1798. The Battle of Ballynahinch in 1798 ended the United Irishmen movement which was formed in 1791 with the aim of Irish independence from Great Britain.

 

The town’s market house was built in 1795 by Lord Moira and is currently used as a community centre. An old flax mill and corn mill stand on the outskirts of the town. Facilities in the town include a leisure centre.

Hemp Cottage

Prices: £375 - 475

 

Architect designed eco house built from innovative locally sourced timber frame and natural insulation materials, this cottage has featured in several magazines.

 

Provides a healthy and relaxing get away from the stress or urban life. The river can be heard from the house and the setting is peaceful.

 

Discount offered to anyone arriving on foot or by bicycle. Will arrange pick ups from Crossgar bus service.

 

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Sunnyside Cottage

Prices on request

 

Set in the heart of County Down a short ten minute drive from Crossgar, Ballynahinch or Downpatrick.

 

The Cottage provides the holiday seeker with accommodation that is modern, comfortable and relaxing.

 

Perfect home from home, all bedrooms ensuite, games room with pool/snooker table.

 

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Brookvale Cottage

Prices:  £375 - 450

 

Brookvale Cottage is a beautiful converted barn with natural slate flooring and exposed oak beams providing a luxurious feel.

 

Brookvale Cottage provides the perfect base to explore some of the best tourist attractions Northern Ireland has to offer.

 

Views from the cottage are of a rural idyll where visitors can enjoy the beauty of Down's rolling Drumlins and an ancient hill fort with the sound of a nearby stream.

 

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