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Log cabin by the sea private garden

SuperAnfitriónDundrum, Reino Unido
Cabaña entera - Anfitrión: Fionnuala
4 huéspedes2 habitaciones3 camas1 baño
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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.

El alojamiento
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.

Otros aspectos destacables
Due to the corona virus we are taking extra care to disinfect frequently touched surfaces between reservations. We will need extra time to do this, so for now we will keep 24 hours between visits.
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.

El alojamiento
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…

Distribución de las camas

Habitación 1
1 cama queen size
Habitación 2
2 camas individuales

Servicios

Estacionamiento gratuito en las instalaciones
Cocina
Chimenea interior
Zona para trabajar con computadora portátil
Secador de pelo
Ganchos para ropa
Plancha
Elementos básicos
Lavadora
Calefacción

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Dundrum, Reino Unido

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.
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 t…

Anfitrión: Fionnuala

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I'm a retired primary school teacher. I love travelling and meeting new people. David and I have spend many happy weekends at the log cabin. It's a real chill-out zone! We spend hours walking on the beach or the dunes, then a pint in the pub followed by a delicious meal at the Mourne Seaford Bar! We have two children at university.
I'm a retired primary school teacher. I love travelling and meeting new people. David and I have spend many happy weekends at the log cabin. It's a real chill-out zone! We spend ho…
Durante tu estancia
We will be there to meet you on arrival when possible, but as we both work we can't always be there. If we can't meet you I will arrange to leave a key for you and all the instructions for cabin and the area is in a folder in the cabin. We live 1 hour away so will be available throughout your stay if needed and always available by text or phone.
We will be there to meet you on arrival when possible, but as we both work we can't always be there. If we can't meet you I will arrange to leave a key for you and all the instruc…
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