Explore The Area

Our accommodation is situated in an ideal location, offering easy access to some of the area's most captivating attractions for you to explore. Discover some of the greatest things to see and do in Dundrum and Newcastle.

Dundrum in Newcastle

Dundrum offers a charming blend of natural beauty and historical charm. The village is famous for its picturesque setting, with views of the Irish Sea and the nearby Mourne Mountains.

Dundrum is found in Newcastle, a coastal town renowned for its stunning natural attractions and cultural heritage

Dundrum Castle

The remnants of a medieval castle, built in the 12th century, situated on a hill overlooking the village of Dundrum and the surrounding countryside.

Murlough National Nature Reserve

Stunning coastal reserve. It encompasses a diverse range of habitats as well as a variety of plant and animal species.

Tollymore Forest Park

A captivating natural haven nestled in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, near the village of Dundrum. Its picturesque beauty creates a magical atmosphere.

Seaforde Tropical Butterfly House

This enchanting butterfly house is housed within a restored 18th-century greenhouse and is home to a dazzling array of exotic butterflies from around the world.

Castlewellan Forest Park

A captivating natural oasis. The park is renowned for its stunning landscape, including vast forests, picturesque lakes, and sweeping mountain views. The park is also home to the ancient mansion Castlewellan Castle.

Orourke Playscapes

An innovative and dynamic playground design company that showcases its imaginative and inclusive approach to playground design. From whimsical themed playgrounds to nature-inspired adventure spaces, O'Rourke Playscapes strives to foster creativity, exploration, and social interaction through play.

Local Restaurants

Mourne Seafood Bar

Renowned culinary gem located in the heart of Dundrum. Specializing in fresh and locally sourced seafood, this charming eatery offers a delightful dining experience for seafood lovers. - 02843 751 377

Dundrum Inn

Come for the views, stay for the Craic, serving the community since 1834, cold beers and a warm welcome, traditional pub grub, garden bar, step outside and you'll be swept away with the coastal views of Murlough Bay and the scenic stature of the Mourne Mountains. - 02843 751 211

The Bucks Head 

Under new management, Bronagh McCormick and Alex Greene are thrilled to unveil an exciting transformation at The Bucks Head! The Bucks Head will welcome you with a fresh new look, promising an inviting atmosphere and unforgettable moments. Join them as they embark on this exciting journey, redefining the essence of the Bucks Head for a new era! Menus for both the Front Bar and the Main Restaurant. - 02843 751 868

The Maghera Inn

For almost two hundred years, the walls of The Maghera Inn have resounded to the sound of laughter, craic, gossip and scandal… plus the occasional profanity and the odd bit of murder… but more of that later. Everyone is welcome at this family-run pub - imbibers and diners, families and foreigners, millionaires and paupers, mobsters and golfers. We’ve served them all and we’re still doing so, making sure guests from near and far enjoy a very special experience. 02843 722 236


Newcastle Beach

Picturesque stretch of golden sand located in Newcastle. Set against the backdrop of the majestic Mourne Mountains, this Blue Flag beach offers stunning views and a tranquil atmosphere

Tyrella Beach

A pristine coastal gem nestled along the County Down coastline. Framed by dunes and backed by rolling green fields, Tyrella Beach offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Rossglass Beach

With its soft sandy shores and crystal-clear waters, Rossglass Beach offers a serene and peaceful escape for visitors seeking a quiet retreat by the sea.

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