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Breakfast Pancakes at Margaret's Cottage B&B

Guest Blog - Margaret's Cottage B&B

The fresh daffodils and colourful crocuses are finally flowering, the tiny lambs are frolicking in our fields and it’s beginning to feel a lot more like Spring is finally in the air. With the impending Spring and longer days, my mind turns to the wonderful celebrations that involve bringing people together to enjoy fabulous food, good company and making great memories.

  • Breakfast Pancakes at Margaret's Cottage B&B
    Categories: Accommodationfood and drink

    Guest Blog - Margaret's Cottage B&B

    The fresh daffodils and colourful crocuses are finally flowering, the tiny lambs are frolicking in our fields and it’s beginning to feel a lot more like Spring is finally in the air. With the impending Spring and longer days, my mind turns to the wonderful celebrations that involve bringing people together to enjoy fabulous food, good company and making great memories.

  • We are open for business

    We are open for business

    Following the government announcement restrictions are starting to ease.  The regulations for the easing of restrictions from 23 and 30 April 2021 have now been published and 24 May 2021 was announced for the reopening of other accommodation and the hospitality sector in Northern Ireland. If you're planning your next staycation or thinking of coming to Visit Mourne for a great day out, here are some suggestions on what's open.

  • A couple enjoying tea and cake at Carrick Cottage Cafe in Annalong, County Down.
    Categories: Food & Drink

    Always time for afternoon tea in Visit Mourne

    The Northern Irish are among the biggest tea drinkers in the world and there’s nothing better than a nice cuppa after a day out in Visit Mourne. We are still big fans of the age-old afternoon tea tradition around here and there are plenty of places that do it with style, fanfare and lots and lots of sweet and savoury treats.

  • Woman petting a dog beside her table in Carrick Cottage Cafe in Annalong, County Down.
    Categories: Pet FriendlyFood & Drink

    Dog Friendly Places to Eat

    Nobody wants to leave pooch behind when they go on holiday. Let’s face it, the hound is the cornerstone of many families and without your canine companion a trip away just isn’t the same. Luckily, Visit Mourne has plenty of places where both you and your best friend can sit happily indoors and enjoy a break from the great outdoors.

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