Boley Hill Farm Cottages

Grey Abbey, Newtownards, County Down

Sleeps 1-5
£350 - £450


Boley Hill Farm Cottages 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 Old Dwelling (Sleeps 4)

This cottage is converted from an early 17th 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 and the Mourne mountains).

There is a living room with an open fire, a dining room opening onto a veranda and private garden. The Old Dwelling boasts a well fitted kitchen which includes dishwasher, cooker, microwave washer, drier, etc. There is a bathroom with WC and also a shower room with WC - these are both sited downstairs.

The Milking Parlour (Sleeps 5)

This has been converted from part of a range of old farm buildings. There are two bedrooms - one with twin beds, one with a double bed and a single bed. The bedrooms both have en suite facilities - one with a bath and the other with a shower, in addition to a bath. The living area is large and has double doors into a small conservatory which then enters onto the patio area for this cottage. There is an extremely well fitted kitchen off the living room including dishwasher, cooker, microwave, etc.

This cottage has the convenience of being built on a single level. It has oil fired central heating and an open fire. The Milking Parlour, like the other cottages, enjoys its own private sitting out and patio area for barbecuing or simply relaxing in the peaceful country surroundings.

The Forge (Sleeps 2 )

This is part of the range of old farm buildings that have been converted. This unit has one bedroom with a king size bed and a bathroom with a bath and shower. The living room is large and there are double doors into a small conservatory which in turn has steps down to a patio area. This has a well fitted kitchen off the living room. This cottage is all on one level. The Forge is fitted with oil fired central heating and an open fire. It has been furnished to a high standard within each of its spacious rooms.

The Forge - like the other cottages enjoys its own private sitting out and patio area for barbecuing or simply relaxing in the peaceful country surroundings.

If required a cot plus bedding is available for use in any of the cottages.

Visiting Grey Abbey & Exploring County Down

The picturesque loughside village of Greyabbey is a pleasant walk of approximately a mile and a half and has good basic local shopping and a Post Office with ATM. Greyabbey is well known for its many antique and craft shops and the ruins of the 12th century Cistercian Abbey with the attached Physic Garden. The National Trust property of Mount Stewart with its world-renowned gardens is approximately three miles from the farm.

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Rates: 350 to 450 per week depending on the season.
Maximum of 5 people. Children are welcome.
Pets welcome at an additional charge of 7.50 per pet.
Disabled facilities.
Off street parking.
Wi-Fi internet access.

Please note that map locations may be approximate.

Some of the Amenities available are:

Disabled Facilities
Pets Accepted
Wireless Broadband Available
Off Street Parking
Open / Log / Gas Fire

More Information

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Boley Hill Farm Cottages Website
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