Creeghduff Lodge may be a small B&B with only two rooms, but believe me, it’s a perfect find, run by Sarah and John, who transitioned from farming to hospitality with remarkable grace. Their dedication to making guests feel at home is palpable, and their warm hospitality shines through. During my stay, I sensed their genuine care for every guest. What sets Creeghduff Lodge apart is the personal touch. Sarah and John go the extra mile to create a home away from home experience and B&B’s cozy ambiance is welcoming and comforting. Located close to all of County Down’s offerings, you’ve picked the right spot. Finally, the breakfasts, now they are a true culinary delight. Using the finest local ingredients, they craft mouthwatering morning meals that are worth anticipating. Staying at Creeghduff Lodge is an intimate, heartwarming experience, and Sarah and John's passion for their B&B is evident in every detail.
Tollymore National Outdoor Centre, situated on the northern edge of the Mourne Mountains on the fringe of Tollymore Forest Park with direct access to the forest, stands as a state of the art outdoor centre.
The restaurant is a cafe by day and a restaurant by night and located within the village’s old post office. It couldn’t get any more charming if it tried. The Mulberry Tree’s owner George Hanna has owned and ran this restaurant for nigh on two
Award Winning: The Maghera Inn in County Down, has not just a fascinating history beneath its two hundred years old belt; but also offers a wonderful selection of craic, laughter, and fabulous food. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, with top
‘Maginn’s of Castlewellan’ is a highly popular hub of activity, which offers something for everyone and every age. Situated in the heart of Castlewellan in County Down, this fab family run bar, has been owned by the Maginn family since 1919