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165 South Promenade, Ballaghbeg, Newcastle, Co Down, Northern Ireland
Ms Anne Coyne
T: (07727) 077 181
No. 165 Widow’s Row is a grade two listed property in a terrace of 12 cottages built in 1843.
No. 165 Widow’s Row is a grade two listed property in a terrace of 12 cottages built in 1843 following the Newcastle fishing disaster that occurred the same year.
The cottage is situated in the historic harbour area of Newcastle with spectacular uninterrupted views of Dundrum bay. It is approximately a ten minute leisurely walk to Newcastle town centre. However within a short walking distance (three minutes) there is a restaurant and two traditional pubs for your enjoyment. Access to the Mournes is a two minute walk from rear of property.
Accommodation comprises two double bedrooms (sleeping maximum of four people and a travel cot is available for child up to two years of age). Sitting room with open fire (also oil fired central heating), free satellite TV plus DVD player. Kitchen with gas cooker, microwave, washing machine/tumble dryer, fridge/freezer, etc. Bathroom with bath and electric overhead shower. Hairdryers, all linens and towels (excluding beach towels) are supplied. Front and rear garden provide seating and barbecue faculties.
The cottage is dog friendly and pets are welcome by prior agreement.