Killinchy Cottages, County Down

Killinchy sits on a hill overlooking Strangford Lough. The nearby settlement of Balloo is often treated as part of Killinchy. In Balloo, the main shop is McCanns (formerly called Killinchy General Stores). It includes a coffee shop, 'Muffler's', and a hardware store and post office.


Opposite McCanns is a petrol station including a Mace convenience store. Balloo also has a branch of the Northern Bank and a butcher's shop. Killinchy has a community hall and a new children's playground.


A firework display is held annually. The main pub in the district is Balloo House. 'Daft Eddy's' is a well-known pub and restaurant and though often described as being in Killinchy is actually in nearby Whiterock.

Rocklyn Cottage

Prices: £350 - 450


Rocklyn is in an outstanding location with Strangford Lough almost lapping your front door. Fancy a change of view? A gentle wander down the back garden opens up further panoramic views of Strangford Lough with the waters edge just feet away. Truely outstanding picturesque views in a tranquil and peaceful environment.


The cottage’s front door is to the side of the property enabling the main bedroom, second bedroom and living room to enjoy the panoramic views over the Lough. The large windows frame these views and add a light and airy feel to the cottage.


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