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  1. Aerial view of Killeavy Castle estate
    Visit Mourne is home to internationally renowned hotels and independent boutiques alike. Whether you're looking for the height of modern creature comforts, or a picturesque stay in one of our heritage buildings, you’ll be well catered for in the land of the Mournes.
  2. The exterior of restored farm cottage 'The Mulberrys B&B', Crossgar
    Experience the famed Northern Ireland hospitality for yourself. Visit Mourne is home to countless B&Bs and guesthouses. There’s nothing quite like a local host to help you make truly unique memories in the heart of the Mournes.
  3. Luxury double bedroom at The Cuan, Strangford
    Combine modern comforts with a touch of home. Visit Mourne is home to countless guesthouses and guest accommodation options. Whether it's a rustic cottage, or a grand country escape, experience the warm Northern Ireland welcome.
  4. Early evening on the patio of The Bakers Cottage, Seaforde with lit firepit
    For a real adventure, you can’t beat the independence of self-catering accommodation. With Visit Mourne’s farmlands and fisheries, you can buy some of the wonderful produce made by local artisans and cook in your self catering accommodation. With rustic cottages and country estates, Visit Mourne has the perfect getaway for everyone.
  5. Caravan pitches at Kilbroney Caravan Park, Rostrevor
    Visit Mourne is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors. There’s no better place to pitch your tent or pull up in a caravan park than on the shores of the Irish Sea.
  6. Brent Geese flying over Strangford Lough as the sun sets
    Visit Mourne is a hub of adventure holidays. We have accommodation options to suit every group excursion. Whether it’s a walking holiday with the extended family, or a group trip, stay in style with Visit Mourne.
  7. Front fascade of Canal Court Hotel and Spa overlooking Newry Canal
    We love to welcome visitors and, with plenty of options and places to stay, Visit Mourne has bargains galore. Let us share them with you and help you find a great offer on your dream visit.
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  1. Family Friendly Places To Stay
    Fun and adventure hides behind every corner in Visit Mourne. Our open waters, towering mountains and mysterious forests are filled with opportunities for visitors of all ages to get out and enjoy nature.
  2. Pet Friendly Places To Stay
    At Visit Mourne, we know that your furry friends are part of the family. When you take a break, it only makes sense that they should come along and enjoy the countryside too. With a range of pet friendly accommodation options, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
  3. Man with golf clubs standing outside Slieve Donard Resort & Spa in Newcastle, County Down.
    Visit Mourne is a favourite stomping ground for some of the world’s finest golfing talent. International greats like Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have teed off at our immaculate courses. World class talent needs world class accommodation, and our range of golf friendly accommodation caters for pros and fair-weather golfers alike.
  4. An image of two children walking along steps outside one of the cottages at Fairy River Glamping while their parents look on.

    For those who take their outdoor living with a pinch of glamour, Visit Mourne is a little slice of heaven on earth. This wee corner of the world is a glamper’s paradise, and you’ll find there’s no shortage of options for people who want to sleep under the stars while still living a little like them.

    16 Jun 2021
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