Self-catering holiday homes

Boleyhill Farm Cottages - The Old Dwelling

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10 Cardy Road, Greyabbey, Co. Down,
Ms Judy Watt
T: (028) 4278 8737

Boleyhill Farm is situated at the top of a private lane between Strangford Lough and the Irish sea.

Boleyhill Farm is situated at the top of a private lane between Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea. The three cottages retain their original character and charm and have been renovated to the highest standard. The cottages are surrounded by 30 acres of farmland. The picturesque lough side village of Greyabbey is a pleasant walk of approximately one mile and is well known for its many antique shops and the ruins of the twelfth century Cistercian Abbey with attached Physic Garden. The National Trust property of Mount Stewart with its world renowned gardens is approximately three miles from the farm.

The Boleyhill Farm Cottages are all provided with towels and bedding. A high chair and cot with bedding are also available. All units are centrally heated and have open fires for which wood and turf are provided. Each cottage has a television, radio/CD player and DVD Player. The patio areas for each cottage are supplied with furniture. The gardens, orchard and farmland surrounding the property are mostly available for use by visitors. While all cottages are self catering, a complimentary starter pack of basic groceries is provided on arrival. The cottages are all non smoking. The Old Dwelling (sleeps four) was converted from an early seventeenth century cottage which was the principal dwelling at the farm until about 1890. It has two bedrooms on the first floor – one with twin beds and one with a king size bed (this room has fabulous views towards Strangford Lough to the Mourne Mountains). The dining room opens onto a veranda and private garden. The kitchen includes dishwasher, washing machine, cooker, microwave etc. Downstairs there is a bathroom with WC and a separate shower room with WC. There is wireless internet access at the farm.