Trouvez des Cabanes à Belfast sur Airbnb

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Private, bright, one (double bed)room garden apartment looking onto large pretty garden. Own access to accommodation. TV, DVD, hairdryer, bedding, towels, iron included. Tea/Coffee station, mini fridge. Lots of wardrobe space. Large en suite.
Hello and thanks for taking time to have a look round our garden flat. In short, it's an airy, en suite double bedroom and it's detached from, but right beside our family home. There's plenty of room for your clothes, shoes etc inside the flat and there's a good size en suite with electric shower. We're located in leafy South Belfast, beside The King's Hall. We're close to Queen's University and only 3 miles from Belfast City Centre. Bus on doorstep, train station just 5 mins walk away. We're in South Belfast and therefore very near The Royal Victoria Hospital, City Hospital and Musgrave Hospital. A 10 minute stroll will take you to Lisburn Road where there are lots of nice cafés, restaurants and pubs, and some cool boutiques for ardent shoppers.
We live in a friendly, safe neighbourhood. There is a nice village atmosphere and a gym, library, pubs, cafés, take-away restaurants, Balmoral Golf Club (all within a minute's walk). Outdoorsy guests might be interested in checking out nearby parks and walks, including Shaws Bridge Canal walk, a floodlit driving range (5 mins drive away) and Mary Peters' running track.
  • Dave est un hôte sympathique et qui se rend disponible. L'appartement est situé pas très loin du centre de Belfast mais il est nécessaire d'avoir une voiture pour se déplacer plus facilement. L'appartement est agréable bien qu'assez petit. Idéal pour un très court séjour (1 nuit). Le cadre est sympa et le quartier est calme.

    Alex2016-04-27T00:00:00Z
  • Nous avons été hébergés dans une chambre très confortable et agréablement aménagée dans un endroit calme. Un petit bémol cependant : la chambre est petite et il n'était pas facile de prendre son petit déjeuner dans la mesure où il n'y avait ni table, ni chaise, ni couverts. Mais l'épouse de Dave a, malgré l'obstacle de la langue, tout fait pour que l'on se sente à l'aise.

    Pascale2015-10-20T00:00:00Z
  • Dave est l'une de nos plus belles rencontres en Irlande. Super sympa n'hésitant pas a nous accompagner en ville pour nous indiquer un super resto. La chambre est très propre, bien équipée et pour ce prix il ne faut pas hésiter. Un grand merci à Dave pour son accueil :-)

    Rose2016-10-28T00:00:00Z
  • Logement adéquat pour une étape d'une nuit, trop petit pour plus de jours. Équipements moyens

    Severine2018-05-03T00:00:00Z
  • logement propre et agréable si ce n'est le matelas inconfortable.... quartier calme mais un peu loin de tout. Hôtes très discrets.

    Jean Yves2016-10-27T00:00:00Z
  • Bon rapport qualité prix. Instructions données impeccable. Proche Belfast.

    Clotilde2018-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • A clean, no-frills value in an accessible location. The unit is detached from the rest of the house, which is quite nice and located in a quiet residential area. Just know that you'll be 15 minutes from downtown Belfast at a cost of around £4 round-trip. Not an issue, so long as you're planning on going in once during the day and coming back at night to sleep.

    Mark2017-06-01T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you David, the bedroom was clean and comfortable, except the mattress maybe, because we felt springs (but we added a duvet on, and so it was good, we slept well). We liked all your attentions! The place is very nice and it's so easy to go to Belfast Center by bus just in front of the house! Great time in your city! Thanks

    Emelyne2016-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres

    1

    Belfast, Antrim, Royaume-Uni

    Cabane entière1 lit
    Garden Flat
    Prix40€ par nuit
    316 commentaires
    Superhost
    Fantastic position by the sea but within walking distance of the village of Dundrum which has some great restaurants and a cosy pub. The 2 bedroom cabin is simple but has everything you need. It is in it's own garden. Certified by Tourism NI.
    Cosy comfy log cabin with a twin and a double bedroom. It has a small bathroom with a good shower. It has central heating which warms the house very quickly as well as a wood burning stove. There is an electric cooker and a washing machine. Outside is a large secure parking area and a spacious garden. The veranda gets the sun in the evening. Please note: as this is our chill-out zone there is no TV, just a DVD player. There is no broadband but you should be able to get 4G.
    Fantastic location for beautiful walks. We are close to Murlough sand dunes and beach which is managed by the National Trust. We are about 3 miles from the Royal Down golf course for the Irish Open. We are on the outskirts of Dundrum, so within walking distance you have a great pub, wonderful restaurants, food shops, a huge car boot sale at the weekends, and of course the 12th century Norman Castle with its fabulous views. The Log Cabin Welcome to Dundrum! The log cabin is just behind the apartments on your right shortly after you enter Keel Point. Open the wooden gates at the back of the apartments and you are there! Hot water/heating: First turn on the red switch nearest to the kettle and toaster. Then open the tall cupboard and you will see the boiler. Turn the knob on the left once to the left, and then the heating should be on. You will get hot water in the taps and in the shower. If you need heat turn the radiators on individually. The instruction manual for the boiler is in the tall cupboard. Turn it off again when you have finished. The stove: The instructions are on the table. Please take care as the cabin is made of wood!! It can get very hot so is not often necessary in summer. The lawn: A caretaker will mow the lawn and tidy generally once a fortnight. Bins: Bins are collected on a Friday. Black bin – normal waste. Blue bin – paper, card, no glass. Dundrum Very small, just one main street. Has a pharmacy, two small basic shops – Spar and Brennan’s. Brennan’s also contains a post office. There is a major car boot sale every weekend at the far end of the town– everything from house clearance rubbish to antiques! But Dundrum is well known for its food. Eating out: Mourne Seafood Bar – you may be able to buy fresh seafood to cook yourself here also. (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Buck’s Head – very good food, slightly more formal setting. (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Dundrum Inn – (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Pub: Dundrum In (Website hidden by Airbnb) Gilroy’s – very cosy and friendly. Serves food until 8pm.l These restaurants are popular. You may need to book in advance, especially if the weather has been good. Coffee shops / lunch: The Blue Bay cafe is good for homemade soup and sandwiches for lunch. If you like animals, go to Paws for Tea! The National Trust runs a coffee shop at a car park on the sand dunes. It’s excellent – we can recommend it for lunch or a snack after a walk! (only open seasonally) Take away? Fish and chips at Bayside Catch. Any problems: Contact me at (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) or (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Food shopping: Supermarkets – Newcastle – Tesco and Lidl Downpatrick – Asda Best fruit and veg: Hales, Main Street, Newcastle Best butchers: I’m told that the butchers beside Hale’s is quite good although doesn’t take credit cards. But the best butcher’s locally is in Castlewellan, at the bottom of the square. Alcohol: There is a small off-licence attached to the Dundrum Inn. You will find a larger one on the main street in Newcastle. Things to do: Without the car: Murlough Beach, sanddunes: Leave the log cabin, turn right. Over the bridge you can either go left and go through the National Trust gates (free if you are walking) or straight ahead along the track. The beach is about 25 mins walk. You can walk all the way along the beach to Newcastle – about 1 and a half hours from the cabin. You could take the bus back! Dundrum Castle: Climb up the highest tower for great views – unlocked after 10.00am. Railway walk: From the cabin walk into Dundrum. Go to the edge of the water where the signpost says Greenbank . Keep following the coast and eventually after the playing fields you will get to the start of the old railway. Newcastle: Seaweed treatments (including seaweed bath) at the far end of the town. Very refreshing I am told! Maud’s icecream! Pubs – Quinn’s has Irish music on a Sunday evening 6 – 9pm. I’m not sure what the quality is like! Check the Tourist office for other Irish music events. And of course the Mournes – endless walks/climbs from here! For other trips I have left information in the cabin. The Log Cabin Welcome to Dundrum! The log cabin is just behind the apartments on your right shortly after you enter Keel Point. Open the wooden gates at the back of the apartments and you are there! Hot water/heating: First turn on the red switch nearest to the kettle and toaster. Then open the tall cupboard and you will see the boiler. Turn the knob on the left once to the left, and then the heating should be on. You will get hot water in the taps and in the shower. If you need heat turn the radiators on individually. The instruction manual for the boiler is in the tall cupboard. Turn it off again when you have finished. The stove: The instructions are on the table. Please take care as the cabin is made of wood!! It can get very hot so is not often necessary in summer. The lawn: A caretaker will mow the lawn and tidy generally once a fortnight. Bins: Bins are collected on a Friday. Black bin – normal waste. Blue bin – paper, card, no glass. Dundrum Very small, just one main street. Has a pharmacy, two small basic shops – Spar and Brennan’s. Brennan’s also contains a post office. There is a major car boot sale every weekend at the far end of the town– everything from house clearance rubbish to antiques! But Dundrum is well known for its food. Eating out: Mourne Seafood Bar – you may be able to buy fresh seafood to cook yourself here also. (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Buck’s Head – very good food, slightly more formal setting. (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Dundrum Inn – (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Pub: Dundrum In (Website hidden by Airbnb) Gilroy’s – very cosy and friendly. Serves food until 8pm.l These restaurants are popular. You may need to book in advance, especially if the weather has been good. Coffee shops / lunch: The Blue Bay cafe is good for homemade soup and sandwiches for lunch. If you like animals, go to Paws for Tea! The National Trust runs a coffee shop at a car park on the sand dunes. It’s excellent – we can recommend it for lunch or a snack after a walk! (only open seasonally) Take away? Fish and chips at Bayside Catch. Any problems: Contact me at (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) or (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Food shopping: Supermarkets – Newcastle – Tesco and Lidl Downpatrick – Asda Best fruit and veg: Hales, Main Street, Newcastle Best butchers: I’m told that the butchers beside Hale’s is quite good although doesn’t take credit cards. But the best butcher’s locally is in Castlewellan, at the bottom of the square. Alcohol: There is a small off-licence attached to the Dundrum Inn. You will find a larger one on the main street in Newcastle. Things to do: Without the car: Murlough Beach, sanddunes: Leave the log cabin, turn right. Over the bridge you can either go left and go through the National Trust gates (free if you are walking) or straight ahead along the track. The beach is about 25 mins walk. You can walk all the way along the beach to Newcastle – about 1 and a half hours from the cabin. You could take the bus back! Dundrum Castle: Climb up the highest tower for great views – unlocked after 10.00am. Railway walk: From the cabin walk into Dundrum. Go to the edge of the water where the signpost says Greenbank . Keep following the coast and eventually after the playing fields you will get to the start of the old railway. Newcastle: Seaweed treatments (including seaweed bath) at the far end of the town. Very refreshing I am told! Maud’s icecream! Pubs – Quinn’s has Irish music on a Sunday evening 6 – 9pm. I’m not sure what the quality is like! Check the Tourist office for other Irish music events. And of course the Mournes – endless walks/climbs from here! For other trips I have left information in the cabin. The Log Cabin Welcome to Dundrum! The log cabin is just behind the apartments on your right shortly after you enter Keel Point. Open the wooden gates at the back of the apartments and you are there! Hot water/heating: First turn on the red switch nearest to the kettle and toaster. Then open the tall cupboard and you will see the boiler. Turn the knob on the left once to the left, and then the heating should be on. You will get hot water in the taps and in the shower. If you need heat turn the radiators on individually. The instruction manual for the boiler is in the tall cupboard. Turn it off again when you have finished. The stove: The instructions are on the table. Please take care as the cabin is made of wood!! It can get very hot so is not often necessary in summer. The lawn: A caretaker will mow the lawn and tidy generally once a fortnight. Bins: Bins are collected on a Friday. Black bin – normal waste. Blue bin – paper, card, no glass. Dundrum Very small, just one main street. Has a pharmacy, two small basic shops – Spar and Brennan’s. Brennan’s also contains a post office. There is a major car boot sale every weekend at the far end of the town– everything from house clearance rubbish to antiques! But Dundrum is well known for its food. Eating out: Mourne Seafood Bar – you may be able to buy fresh seafood to cook yourself here also. (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Buck’s Head – very good food, slightly more formal setting. (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Dundrum Inn – (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Pub: Dundrum In (Website hidden by Airbnb) Gilroy’s – very cosy and friendly. Serves food until 8pm.l These restaurants are popular. You may need to book in advance, especially if the weather has been good. Coffee shops / lunch: The Blue Bay cafe is good for homemade soup and sandwiches for lunch. If you like animals, go to Paws for Tea! The National Trust runs a coffee shop at a car park on the sand dunes. It’s excellent – we can recommend it for lunch or a snack after a walk! (only open seasonally) Take away? Fish and chips at Bayside Catch. Any problems: Contact me at (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) or (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Food shopping: Supermarkets – Newcastle – Tesco and Lidl Downpatrick – Asda Best fruit and veg: Hales, Main Street, Newcastle Best butchers: I’m told that the butchers beside Hale’s is quite good although doesn’t take credit cards. But the best butcher’s locally is in Castlewellan, at the bottom of the square. Alcohol: There is a small off-licence attached to the Dundrum Inn. You will find a larger one on the main street in Newcastle. Things to do: Without the car: Murlough Beach, sanddunes: Leave the log cabin, turn right. Over the bridge you can either go left and go through the National Trust gates (free if you are walking) or straight ahead along the track. The beach is about 25 mins walk. You can walk all the way along the beach to Newcastle – about 1 and a half hours from the cabin. You could take the bus back! Dundrum Castle: Climb up the highest tower for great views – unlocked after 10.00am. Railway walk: From the cabin walk into Dundrum. Go to the edge of the water where the signpost says Greenbank . Keep following the coast and eventually after the playing fields you will get to the start of the old railway. Newcastle: Seaweed treatments (including seaweed bath) at the far end of the town. Very refreshing I am told! Maud’s icecream! Pubs – Quinn’s has Irish music on a Sunday evening 6 – 9pm. I’m not sure what the quality is like! Check the Tourist office for other Irish music events. And of course the Mournes – endless walks/climbs from here! For other trips I have left information in the cabin.
  • Charmant petit chalet près d'une lagune où l'on peut observer des animaux sauvages (oiseaux, phoques,...). Le chalet est très propre, très confortable et très bien équipé, idéal pour 1 famille avec 2 enfants ou un couple d'amis. Le chalet dispose d'un chauffage central et d'un poêle à bois très efficace, ce que nous avons beaucoup apprécié ! Fionnuala a été aux petits soins avec nous, notamment pour les remises des clés et les explications qu'elle a pu nous fournir sur les balades à faire dans le coin ou les Mourne Montains situées à proximité. Le village de Dundrum situé à 500 m dispose de toutes les commodités et notamment d'un très bon restaurant de poisson. En bref nous avons passé un excellent séjour

    Florence2015-08-08T00:00:00Z
  • Perfect stay in a beautiful setting! Great place to stay! Thank you

    Aline2015-09-10T00:00:00Z
  • Fionnuala is a superb host, and the cabin is wonderful, clean, cosy and welcoming with everything you need for a great holiday. It's a perfect location for walking in the local area with excellent restaurants 10 min walk away. Fantastic!

    Elaine2018-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • This was for my mother and the cabin was wonderful in beautiful secluded location and beside the sea. Nice fish restaurant nearby. Perfect. Highly recommended.

    Anthony2015-12-02T00:00:00Z
  • Fionnuala provided prompt & friendly communications prior to our visit, including answering queries about the area. She made contact 24hrs before we were due to arrive to ensure we knew how to find the cottage & met up with us to make sure we were settled in and knew how everything worked. Cottage was lovely and easy to heat, had a large grass area and parking which could be secured with sturdy gates, not neccessary for security but would be great if you have young children with you. Cottage very handy to Dundrum village with plenty of options for meals within walking distance. Can also recommend a walk to nearby dunes. Would be very happy to stay here again, Recommended.

    Roger2015-06-09T00:00:00Z
  • Had a lovely stay in the cabin. Kids loved the comfy beds and the rocking chair. Very safe a quiet area for walking and cycling. Dundrum village had everything you need.

    Patricia2016-02-20T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing cabin in a stunning location and Fionnuala was an extremely helpful host. Will definitely come again.

    Dominic2018-03-16T00:00:00Z
  • The location of the log cabin is private and secure for kids to play outside. The views are stunning and walks very enjoyable

    Geraldine2017-04-13T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres

    2

    Dundrum, Royaume-Uni

    Unplug and unwind in our off-grid horsebox here at Lackan Cottage Farm, in the beautiful County Down countryside with great views of the Mourne Mountains. Tucked away in a private corner of our smallholding, this truck - once our home - has been lovingly refurbished with recycled and local materials. A cosy, comfy hideaway you won't want to leave. This is proper off grid life, so NO mains power, NO wifi and an OUTSIDE composting toilet, so not for everyone, but a real escape.
    The truck has a well equipped kitchen, full size gas cooker and large dining area with plenty of storage, as well as a wood or gas heated shower. The cosy living room has a woodburning stove, and the box bed looks out of a large circular window with views of the fields and mountains beyond. There are LED lights throughout, powered by solar panels - this is true off-grid living. Even the outdoor compost toilet - a few yards from the truck, had a great view. The truck has 12volt sockets for phone charging, but this is a proper off-grid getaway and you won't find wifi or mains electricity. There is also no fridge, but we provide a cool box which can be plugged into the truck, and ice packs can be changed daily.
    We're situated in rural County Down, just a few miles from nearby forest parks, the amazing Mourne Mountains, and of course, the sea. Visitors can enjoy the tranquility of our own birch woods, and walk in the gardens. There are also a number of great local walks, one through the Lackan Bog Area of Special Scientific Interest where you will find the highest number of dragonfly species anywhere in Ireland.
  • A little corner of paradise, a beautiful tranquil location away from the stresses of everyday life. A wonderful opportunity to try eco tourism. I hope to be back.

    Fionna2018-09-01T00:00:00Z
  • My friend Rachel and I stayed in the lovely horse box for a long weekend this July. The location of Lackan Cottage made it a great base for our relaxed trip with great routes to Newcastle and Castlewellan where we had planned to do some activities. The horse truck itself was beautifully finished and was fitted out with all we would need for our stay, the bed was so comfortable and it was brilliant to wake up with a view of the Mournes through the feature window. Claire was very helpful and let us know about the local shops and services, and we were able to explore the beautiful garden and natural woodland at the site. We loved our stay and will definitely back! Thanks to Claire and the family for making us feel welcome and creating a unique space to be enjoyed.

    Catherine2017-07-17T00:00:00Z
  • This was the perfect, chilled out weekend getaway, having had a stressful few weeks beforehand. The location was amazing and there was something very special about waking up to the sound of roosters with a stunning view. We were hugely impressed by the level of sustainability shown and really enjoyed the eco friendly aspects of the weekend. 100% recommend to everyone! :)

    Casey2017-08-28T00:00:00Z
  • Claire is really reactive and willing to make us discover her universe. We'll remind our stay with pleasure, no doubt about it! If one day we come back to this area, we'll definitely book again at Claire's! :)

    Marion2018-07-24T00:00:00Z
  • had an amazing stay for my birthday. Claire was a lovely host. nice walks. lovely views,had a lovely cosy night infront of the fire playing cards and looking out to the clear sky to see some shooting star's. had a good sleep. definitely recommend and look forward to stay again in the near future

    Jessica2018-10-07T00:00:00Z
  • Amazing find, everything we could have wanted. So nice to stay in the peace and quiet, and enjoy the mountains. Great place to stay to unwind, really great hosts.

    Nicole2018-07-05T00:00:00Z
  • Our stay at Claire’s was wonderful. She was very kind and gave us great tips about the local area. She was delightful to chat with and the horses on her property were an added touch. The off the grid trailer was a relaxing place to stay after traveling all day.

    Brittney2018-07-12T00:00:00Z
  • Cool place if you are looking for something different Was lovely and peaceful Thanks for the stay

    Amy2018-07-11T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    2


    Chambres

    1

    Ballyroney, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    Seal Cabin provides the opportunity to unplug from the internet and distractions of television in this secluded spot on the outskirts of Strangford village. The cabin would be described as a bijou seaside bedsit retreat which can sleep upto 4 people
    The cabin would be described as a bijou seaside bedsit retreat which can sleep up to 4 people. Its open plan living gives views from every room of Strangford Lough and out to the Irish Sea. The cabin has 1 double bed, living space with comfortable sofa bed and cast iron gas stove, compact dining table and chairs, kitchenette and shower room. The kitchenette is small but functional with a refrigerator, counter top oven, portable ceramic hob, sink, toaster, kettle and appropriate kitchenware. For guests who don’t want to miss their favourite television shows we have a television with built in dvd player. There is also a retro radio with docking station for iphones. Although the space is bijou it has all the home comforts our guests will need for a relaxing stay. We also have bicycles which our guests can avail of but they do so at their own risk and will be asked to sign a disclaimer if they wish to use them.
    Walk to the bottom of the lane, approximately 100 yards to a cobble stoned beach were you can see the common and grey seals on Seal Island or partake in some bird watching at Cloghy Rocks Natural Nature Reserve. What you can see during June to August •Nesting terns, gulls, cormorants and waders •Common seals pupping •Nesting little egret •Common spotted orchid at Gibbs Island •Nesting Manx shearwater and Arctic terns on Lighthouse Island •Common blue butterfly at Kearney •Yellow-horned poppy flowering at Kearney Birds •The mild winter climate, sheltered shores and rich feeding all combine to make Strangford Lough the perfect over wintering location for more than 70,000 seabirds that migrate here from northern latitudes. These include over 75% of the entire population of Light Bellied Brent Geese that make the journey from Arctic Canada. Marine life •There are over 2000 different types of marine creatures living within Strangford Lough. If you venture down to the shore at low tide, you will be amazed at the diversity of life you can discover lurking within the rock pools. Some of the best shorelines to explore include Ballyhenry Island and Kearney Village. Marine mammals •Both Common and Grey Seals can be seen here all year round. The best places to spot them are at Cloghy Rocks and Granagh Bay; on either side of the entrance to the lough. Other marine mammals to keep an eye out for are porpoises and otters. Earlier in the year, a humpback whale swam through the Narrows. Strangford Sea Safari www.outdoorni.com/events/34158/strangford-sea-safari Cloghy Rocks Nature Reserve www.doeni.gov.uk/niea/protected areas home/nature resintro/nature reserves cloghy.htm Kilclief Castle www.discovernorthernireland.com/Kilclief-Castle-Strangford-Downpatrick-P3071 Nature walks www.walkni.com/walks/0/lecale-way Castle Ward, National Trust House Castle Ward is approximately 1.4 miles (3 minutes) by car from Strangford village and is a unique 18th-century mansion set on 820 acres, famed for its mixture of architectural styles with the gothic and classical collide, the mansion rests on a rolling hillside and looks out over the tranquil waters of Strangford Lough in County Down. You can walk or cycle along the Lough trail or through woodlands, spot butterflies, rabbits, ducks and swans. You can canoe on the Lough from Castle Ward, climb and abseil the cliffs and build a raft with Clearsky Adventure www.clearsky-adventure.com Alternatively step into a fantasy world of castles and dragons as you explore the Georgian farmyard and the Lough shore, film locations for the smash hit television series Game of Thrones. Finish the day off with a treat from the tearoom or browse the gift shop and second hand bookshop at www.nationaltrust.org.uk/castle-ward/visitor-information Castle Ward is also famous as a film location for Winterfell in the hit television series Game of Thrones www.discovernorthernireland.com/gameofthrones . This is where King Robert Baratheon and his men arrive met by the Starks in Season 1. Lots of drama also unfolds in Audley’s Field and Castle by Strangford Lough, visit to explore Robb’s trail – self guided cycling tours provided by Clearsky Adventure Centre in the Castle Ward Estate. The Quoile River is also a historic site, used as the location of the Twins in the Riverlands www.discovernorthernireland.com/Quoile-Countryside-Centre-Downpatrick-P2892 Points of Interest Alternatively take a drive 1 mile (3 minutes), walk (20 minutes) or cycle (10 minutes) up the shore road to Kilclief beach/cove and Kilclief Castle. You can travel a further 2.9 miles by car (9 minutes), walk (45 minutes) or cycle (30 minutes) to Ballyhornan beach, a beautiful stretch of beach for long lazy afternoon walks. Ballyhornan beach also gives views across to Gun Island which measures approximately 60 acres. Drive 7.1 miles further up the coast road to Arglass (14 minutes). Coneyisland is only 8.5 miles (18 minutes) from Seal Cabin, which is well known from Van Morrison’s song “Coneyisland” and was the location for the 2011 Oscar winning film “The Shore” www.discovernorthernireland.com/Ardglass-Ardglass-Downpatrick-P14134 Killough is another example of a lazy village 9.9 miles (22 minutes) by car with local shops, amenities including Castillo restaurant serving daily specials in an eclectic atmosphere www.castillocafe.co.uk/killough Driving inland you can also visit Downpatrick home to St Patricks grave and St Patricks Cathedral is 10.1 miles away (19 minutes) by car. Downpatrick is the main local shopping town with shops, cafes/restaurants and bars. It has a St Patrick’s tourist centre, Downpatrick Steam Railway, Down Museum, Gallows Hill, Struell Wells and St Patrick’s Monument but to name a few www.discovernorthernireland.com/stpatrick/Saint-Patrick-Trail-Key-Sites-A2502 and www.discovernorthernireland.com/Downpatrick-Visitor-Information-Centre-Downpatrick-P6894 Newcastle is a local seaside town only 22.5 miles (43 minutes) by car with a lovely promenade looking out towards the Mourne Moutains www.touristnetuk.com/northern-ireland/down Newcastle is also home to Tollymore Forest Park www.discovernorthernireland.com/Tollymore-Forest-Park-Newcastle-P2888
  • joli petit bengalo tout près de la mer avec tout le nécessaire dont on a besoin. lieu très propre. nos hôtes ont été charmants.

    sandrine2016-08-02T00:00:00Z
  • Very sympathetic host and great welcome. Location close to ‚Winterfell‘ and very quite. Everthing was clean. Only negative thing : The facility is very tiny, so is the bed and the bathroom. For one night it was ok for us.

    Reto2018-07-26T00:00:00Z
  • Great cabin!! Loved the small attentions and the honesty box. The view is breathtaking and the decoration is extremely cute :)

    Carla2018-06-06T00:00:00Z
  • Me and my 7 year old son had a perfect short break at The Seal Cabin. I never dreamt I could have a relaxing time with my son! The wonderful location, friendliness and welcome we received, the well decorated designed and lovely cabin, the facilities in the cabin and the wee extra touches all made it a fantastic place to stay. Thank you and well done for creating such a wonderful holiday home, you can tell you put your heart into what you do :-) We loved the views, nature, thousands of stars at night and a lovely sunrise! We cant wait to come back, my son asked on the way home "how much for 7 nights?" It was great to see the well placed signs to welcome you, the binoculars to view the seals and the dvds as well as the breakfast honesty box all great extras.

    Caroline2018-04-10T00:00:00Z
  • Private, peaceful and everything you could want for an escape from the day to day life.

    Monica2017-02-19T00:00:00Z
  • A fantastic accommodation, family friendly and exactly as described.

    Rodney2017-08-03T00:00:00Z
  • The host canceled this reservation 29 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    Carol2018-07-22T00:00:00Z
  • We had a lovely stay in Seal Cottage, it was immaculate and everything was as described. We had a very warm welcome and enjoyed our stay. I would definitely recommend.

    Gregory2016-07-16T00:00:00Z
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    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres

    0

    Strangford, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    This beautifully presented log cabin situated on an elevated area of outstanding beauty with amazing views of Castlewellan forest park and Dundrum bay. Fitted to a high standard the cabin is cosy and warm and contains everything you will need for your stay. Wonderfully quiet and peaceful.
    The cabin has a private enclosed garden with plenty of seating areas to take in the amazing views. Or relax in the jacuzzi hot tub with and Wi-fi your music to the speakers. Perfect for bird watchers with regular sights of buzzards and red kites. So peaceful and quiet
    Situated on the boundary of Castlewellan forest park with walking and cycling trails on your doorstep. Beautiful arboretum and castle within walking distance also beside mount pleasant horse riding centre where you can experience the forest park on horseback. The lodge is fitted out to a high standard with everything you will need. Cosy and warm all year round.
  • This is a beautiful place in a lovely location. There were lovely touches like local buns bread and there was everything you could possibly need. It was immaculate and really cosy - especially considering it was so cold and wet. Just sorry not have had the chance to use the hot tub with the amazing view. But we'll do that next time. Highly recommend.

    Diane2018-04-06T00:00:00Z
  • The accommodation exceeded expectations, the family loved it. Warm, modern and very clean. Great to have direct access to Castlewellan Forest Park. We hope to return soon.

    Chris2017-11-05T00:00:00Z
  • Brilliant place to visit, lovely views from the cabin

    Sara2017-07-01T00:00:00Z
  • Excellent week away place was great and it had everything plus more in it will book again for a break and I've recommended it to others too thanks again :)

    Robert2017-08-27T00:00:00Z
  • Beautifully presented cabin, really private with great hot tub overlooking Newcaatle and the Mournes. Absolutely loved our time there and would definitely go back.

    Pauline2018-08-06T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic host and lovely touches for our welcome. Easy to communicate with and comfortable beds. Lovely view and amazing hot tub! A great forest walk a few minutes away. Highly recommend! Will definateky be coming back to stay.

    Becky2018-06-02T00:00:00Z
  • The lodge was perfect for our wee stay. It was warm, comfortable and felt like a home from home. Geraldine had provided all of the essentials usually needed on a self catering holiday. The WiFi worked perfectly and there was also a selection of games for the kids to play with. The lodge is positioned in a great scenic location, within easy reach of County Down's tourist attractions. We'll hopefully be back again!

    Paul2017-02-15T00:00:00Z
  • Such an amazing place, so clean and modern, beautiful views, and Geraldine left a lovely welcome pack, cabin has everything you would need. It was so relaxing and lots to do around county down. Kids loved the DVD player and board games and we didn't want to leave would definitely return.

    Ciara2018-07-09T00:00:00Z
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    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    4


    Chambres

    2

    County Down, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    Braeside Cottage Holywood Holiday accommodation - long and short term lets. Cottage sleeps up to 6 people in 2 ensuite rooms with a double bed and single bed in each room - ideal for families, singles sharing or couples. There is the option of an additional room which can be let separately to increase bed spaces to 8. For full details please visit our website.
    Private cottage in scenic location 10-15 minute walk from Holywood town centre.
    Scenic peaceful location within walking distance of busy vibrant town centre of Holywood, with lots of restaurants, bars and boutiques. Lots of tourist attractions locally - comprehensive list of recommended places to visit displayed in the cottage.
  • Très bon accueil dans un grand logement confortable, calme et facile d'accès en train depuis Belfast ! Que demander de plus ? Absolument rien du tout ! Tout était parfait ! Merci Fiona !

    Cedric2017-07-06T00:00:00Z
  • Fantastic location to explore surrounding area and Belfast itself, House was spotless, Ed and Fiona made us feel very welcome, Highly Recommended.

    Eamon2018-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • Braeside is a lovely, private, calm place. We stayed for 2 nights with our 2 kids while at a sporting event and it was a great retreat from the competition. The house is really spacious with a great living room to read, relax and doze off in!! Fiona could not have been more helpful or welcoming and also went to quite a bit of trouble to return a teddy bear we left behind!!

    Billy2017-06-11T00:00:00Z
  • Thank you so much for having us!

    Minka2017-07-18T00:00:00Z
  • Great place and location Good facilities , very clean and comfortable Homely touches All Bedrooms had ensuites which I was wasn’t expecting Will definitely stay again

    Sue2018-07-09T00:00:00Z
  • Braeside is a great place to stay. Situated slightly out of Holywood town centre but not too far from the the shops and restaurants. We arrived by public transport, train from Belfast to Holywood and then taxi to Braeside (no buses on this route). It is walkable to and from the town centre but not great with suitcases. A 15-20 minute walk into town and 20-25 minutes back up the long hill to Braeside. After a couple of days on foot we collected our hire car - a relief to our teenage boys!! The cottage was well equipped and a very comfortable home away from home. The hosts were away during our stay but their housekeeper, Deirdre, was lovely - very welcoming and helpful to any needs we had. The hosts have a gorgeous dog, called Jill, who we all became extremely fond of. We would definitely recommend staying at Braeside.

    Fiona2017-08-11T00:00:00Z
  • Great Place for Families and very comfortable

    Ravi2017-08-23T00:00:00Z
  • Comfortable and spacious. A lovely cottage with a rural feel, but very close to Holywood town.

    Sarah2017-03-05T00:00:00Z
  • Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


    Chambres

    2

    Holywood, Co. Down, Royaume-Uni

    We have a unique hand built high-end glamping chalet available for short term rent on our lakeside park. The chalet is a rustic shepherds hut which sleeps 8 people. It is a self contained unit with its own bathroom,kitchen,dining area,log burning stove & upstairs kids area. This unit is ideal for small and larger families to enjoy. The unit sits on the periphery of a five acre picturesque stocked fly fishing lake. Outdoor bbq area & picnic area is part of the property.
  • Great hosts, amazing cabin and thoughtful extras were greatly appreciated. We all absolutely loved it especially the kids. Thank you.

    Julie2018-08-10T00:00:00Z
  • Such a beautiful accomodation and location and Gelynne went above and beyond for us. Will stay again xxx

    Rebecca2018-08-19T00:00:00Z
  • An extremely well presented property with every detail carefully thought out to enable a very welcoming and enjoyable stay. The host even provided us with essentials including bread, milk, wine and treats for the children. A beautifully designed cabin which includes everything a guest would need for a short family break. An Amazing experience with great hosts

    Carly2018-07-25T00:00:00Z
  • Really great place

    Jemma2018-08-31T00:00:00Z
  • Gelynne was a great host. I booked for my partners birthday for us and two friends. The chalet was very modern, clean and very stylish. We were greeted with a happy birthday banner and Gelynne even filled the fridge with some drinks and snacks. Overall a great stay - lovely and peaceful, away from the busyness of life.

    Melissa2018-07-27T00:00:00Z
  • The finishing touches of the place were amazing. The kids loved the train. Kept them busy on a rainy afternoon. Amazing spot, we will be back

    Barry2018-08-27T00:00:00Z
  • Gelynne's cabin is a grogeous space, clean, quirky, lovely. She left us eggs, water, a full fridge, shampoo etc...everything we needed was there.. locely private property..gorgeous views..excellent facilities. Just loved out stay there ...definetely recommend!!

    Hanna2018-08-14T00:00:00Z
  • A lovely place to stay for a weekend with thoughtful hosts, access to the lake for fishing and everything you need for a great weekend

    Abdul2018-08-05T00:00:00Z
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    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    8


    Chambres

    4

    Dungannon and South Tyrone, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    This charming 250 year old cottage comes with an ivy clad walled garden. Refurbished in 2012 with all modcons while maintaining the original and unique fabric of the dwelling. Full privacy while nestled in the heart of the village. The house is located steps from the sea with views to the hills and sea. The four bedrooms have a king, double which converts to 2 singles and 2 sets of bunk-beds. Ideal for family's or groups of friends. (Website hidden by Airbnb)
    (Website hidden by Airbnb)
    Carnlough is picturesque harbour village in the glens of Antrim. The setting has been used in movies and TV series, Game of Thrones and Sons of Anarchy. It has a sandy beach,a number of shops and food and drink outlets, all just a short walk away. It is located on the scenic Antrim coast road between the Giants causeway and Belfast Titanic museum. Carnlough village has a number of beauty spots, scenic walks, historic buildings, boat trips or boat hire. It is also right next to Glenarm Castle and its famous gardens which are open to the public.
  • Grande maison en bord de mer fonctionnelle et joliment décorée, idéalement située pour visiter la côte d'Irlande du Nord. Cependant , à notre arrivée , notre groupe de 8 personnes s'est accordés pour signaler que la cuisine était dans un état sale et poisseux, ( crottes de souris dans les placards, tiroirs sales , poils et traces douteux, toiles d'araignées, vitres sales, poubelles très sales) Dans les armoires des chambres grand désordre dans les serviettes et draps, matelas et moquettes tâchés ,lave-linge , sèche-linge et étendoir encore pleins de linges. Cette maison s'est avérée non adaptée pour 8 adultes ( les 2 chambres où se trouvent les lits supperposés, trop petites) En conclusion, nous avons perdu du temps pour remettre la maison en état. Large, functional and beautifully decorated beachfront home, ideally located for visiting the Northern Ireland coast. However, when we arrived, our group of 8 people agreed that the kitchen was in a dirty and sticky state, (mouse droppings in cupboards, dirty drawers, hairs and bad marks, cobwebs, windows dirty, very dirty trash cans) In the wardrobes large rooms mess in towels and sheets, stained mattresses and carpets, washing machine, dryer and clothes rack still full of linens; This house has proved unsuitable for 8 adults (the 2 rooms where the bunk beds are, too small) In conclusion, we lost time to restore the house.

    Nicole2018-07-07T00:00:00Z
  • Superbes maison, totalement refaite à neuf en 2012, et cela se sent. Très bien équipée, spacieuse, calme, très bien décorée, confortable et très bien située. Nous reviendrons avec grand plaisir !

    Séverine2017-08-18T00:00:00Z
  • Une maison très spacieuse et tout confort, à 50 m du bord de mer et d'un petit port de pêche typique.

    Thierry2017-08-29T00:00:00Z
  • A great stay in a lovely house on the famous Antrim coast. Even with maximum occupancy the house is spacious and very comfortable. My grandsons were delighted to find toys. The WiFi excellent, house amenities good. Parking on street. Carnlough is a small village but has a well known hotel and the mini supermarkets are excellent.

    Colette2017-10-09T00:00:00Z
  • We had a great stay at Henry's place! Everything was exactly as it is in the photos. I didn't meet Henry personally, but the woman looking after the place, Margaret, was very friendly and accommodating. The cottage has quite a modern finish but retains it's character and style. Great place to stay for groups and families. There's so much space and everything was very clean. The cottage is right in the heart of Carnlough and everything is very close by. Perfect for a little weekend getaway!

    Marc2017-11-26T00:00:00Z
  • I have no hesitation in recommending this beautiful house for a short or longer stay. It has absolutely everything needed for a family or smaller group. Spacious and quirky with a fully equipped kitchen. It is right in the heart of the village, so just a stones throw from pubs and places to eat. ideally situated on the North Antrim coast, so great access to all the places one might want to visit. Margaret met us there to give us the keys and showed us around, she also brought milk, butter and buns! she could not have been more welcoming and assured us if we needed anything she was happy to help. Another plus was the open fire in the kitchen diner, it was simply divine to have a real fire on the chilly evenings, and the smell of the turf briquettes was lovely. We were a family of six adults and one 11 month old baby, there was absolutely everything we cold have needed and more! the baby really enjoyed playing with the toys from the toy box I would have no hesitation in staying again, it was a great experience.

    Mary2016-07-15T00:00:00Z
  • We really enjoyed our trip to Henry's place. We were a family of four adults and two young children. The place was perfect for us, with roomy sleeping and living arrangements, and stair gates to protect the little ones. There is a large living room which is useful as a playroom, equipped with loads of toys, which kept our older boy (3) well occupied while we were at home. Don't bother bringing any toys with you! Then there is another living/dining room where the grown ups could relax, adjoined to the lovely kitchen. The outdoor area was nice too, and the BBQ came in useful. The location is also great, on the coast within easy reach of Belfast airport and the Giant's Causeway. The village has everything you need, lots of takeaways, several small but well stocked supermarkets, and some pubs. The off-license within the Glencloy Inn is good. Overall this was a great place!

    Jim2017-07-19T00:00:00Z
  • Henry's place is good base for exploring Coastal Route and is in between city Belfast and bucket list places as Giant's causeway, Game of Thrones locations (had fans of show on my group). It is, great for group with space for shared area. There is slide for kids in an enclosed garden and and toys for kids/teens. Mini pool table. Carnlough itself has connection to Churchill and the Harbor is actually one of GOT shooting location.

    Maria2017-06-02T00:00:00Z
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    Capacité d'accueil

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    4

    Carnlough, Royaume-Uni

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    This unique wooden cabin is set at the bottom of the Mourne Mountains along the coastal road between Newcastle and Annalong over looking the sea. Fully fitted with 4 single beds and a sofa bed sleeping 6 people, flatscreen TVs, fully fitted kitchen and BBQ to enjoy. Two separate rooms each with twin beds and a sofa bed in the living room Secure fenced garden area for kids to play Outdoor decking area with tables & chairs and a BBQ to enjoy with a glass of wine
  • The host canceled this reservation 9 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    Colette 2017-07-04T00:00:00Z
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    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    6


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    2

    Newry and Mourne, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    A rural retreat where you can enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside, yet be only 3 miles from the beach. Belfast, for those that are looking 20 miles from Belfast. Stabling is available - extra
    Type de logement

    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    8


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    3

    Greyabbey, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    Bright and airy cottage in the heart of Carlingford village.
    Type de logement

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    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    10


    Chambres

    2

    Carlingford, County Louth, Irlande

    The Cabin at Ballymorran is a luxury private accommodation with hot tub only minutes walk to the edge of Strangford Lough
    Type de logement

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    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    3


    Chambres

    2

    Killinchy, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

    This lovely 4 star holiday cottage surpasses you as soon as you walk in. Completed to the highest of standards and no detail left to the imagination, this semi-detached property sits in an accessible and idyllic location with fabulous views.
  • Very comfortable cottage. Close to town center. Friendly helpful staff.

    Marco2016-10-23T00:00:00Z
  • The host canceled this reservation 175 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.

    Matthew2018-02-17T00:00:00Z
  • We stayed at Annie's Cottage for a relaxing hen weekend away. The cottage is simply stunning and in a gorgeous picturesque location. Maureen was so accommodating and made our entire weekend so stress free and relaxing. Being a hiker myself, I will definitely be back down with my family to stay at Annie's Cottage. An simple stunning cottage in a gorgeous part of the country. Thank you Maureen for everything

    Sharon2017-03-26T00:00:00Z
  • This is a beautiful little property in a lovely part of the world. Attached to a bed and breakfast, this listing is separate from the main building has been recently renovated. Spacious, comfortable it can comfortably accommodate a good group / families. Ample space and finished to a high standard, with all the necessities this is well worth booking for a visit to Newcastle and the beautiful Slieve Donard park/mountain.

    Klara2016-05-23T00:00:00Z
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    Logement entier


    Type de propriété

    Cabane


    Capacité d'accueil

    7


    Chambres

    3

    County Down, Northern Ireland, Royaume-Uni

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    Gabriel
    Gabriel
    2018-08-01
    Beau logement dans l'un des plus beaux quartiers de Belfast. Très agréable !
    Annie-Rose
    Annie-Rose
    2018-06-19
    Nous avons passer un très agréable séjour jour à Belfast Nous avons discuter avec Tobias qui est très sympathique et qui a su nous conseiller pour des visites ou des endroits où manger L'accès à l'app…
    Sarah
    Sarah
    2018-02-25
    Chambre et salle de bain très mignonnes et propres. La maison est à 25min à pied du centre (faisable facilement) et un bus y amène directement. Tout était conforme à la description :)
    Magali
    Magali
    2016-08-15
    Superbe appartement, parfait pour visiter Belfast. En plus juste à côté il y a le muséum du Titanic, et le W5 pour les enfants. Vous ne serez pas déçu!
    Pierre
    Pierre
    2015-07-09
    Nous avons été très bien accueillis, la pièce est agréable, propre et le frigidaire était plein! Nous avons passé un très bon weekend à Belfast et ses alentours.
    Nathanael
    Nathanael
    2018-09-30
    Appartement très moderne, agréable, tout équipé. Rien à redire, on le conseille +++
    Tali
    Tali
    2017-02-13
    Stayed for one night. Great value, Mehdi was helpful and available for any questions. He responded quickly on the app. Room was small but clean with fresh bedding. There were travel brochures describi…
    Richard
    Richard
    2017-11-06
    Ciaran's penthouse apartment is an ideal spot for exploring the Titanic story and the rest of the city. The apartment itself is well presented and equipped with great views across Queen's Island towar…

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