Cunningburn Cottages ...
Situated minutes from the shores of
near Newtownards in County Down, Northern Ireland, the two hundred
year old building now Cunningburn Cottages was once part of the
first Lord Londonderry's estate.
Great effort has been made to ensure that this quality accommodation
retains much of its original rural atmosphere and character, while
ensuring modern levels of comfort. Much of the furniture in the
cottages was especially commissioned and has been hand made by local
consists of both one and two bedroomed cottages, each with open-plan
ground floor comprising kitchen, living and dining area with pine
kitchen units and furniture. Upstairs are bedrooms and bathroom. The
one bedroomed cottage sleeps two to three, while the two bedroomed
cottage can accommodate four.
include colour television and oil-fired central heating in all the
cottages. A floodlit, sheltered barbecue area, a well equipped
laundry room and ample parking are also available within the
in this area of natural beauty are many and include fishing, golf,
horse riding, country sports and walking. The eighteenth-century
is situated within a mile of the accommodation. The renowned Ulster
Folk and Transport Museum at Cultra is a twenty minute drive away,
while Castle Espie Wetlands and Wildfowl Centre, the Exploris
Aquarium and Scrabo Country Park are all within easy access.
A recently opened
attraction in the vicinity is The
It offers a varied programme of contemporary Irish art and will soon
be providing short tutored residential courses for the interested