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16 Highfields Drive

16 Highfields Drive, Dublin Road, Newry, Co Down, BT35 8UQ
16 Highfields Drive


Highfields is an excellent base for those visiting family, attending weddings, functions or conferences and is an ideal base for the business traveller. Leisure visitors wishing to enjoy the spectacular scenery and tourism in the area will not be disappointed as there are many designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AOONB) right on the doorstep. The spectacular scenery of the Mourne Mountains, the Ring of Gullion and the Cooley Peninsula are all within 30 minutes drive of Highfields. Here you will find stunning panoramas in a compact space that live up to their AOONB status providing visitors with the perfect destination to relax and enjoy. For those looking for a more energetic pastime you will find designated walks, cycling paths, golf courses, horse-riding, sailing, fishing and much more, all accessible and within a short 10 minute drive.

Highfields is 10-15 minutes' walk or a 2-3 minutes' drive to Newry City Centre where you will find entertainment, shopping and restaurants in abundance.

•Free High Speed Wifi
•Tea/Coffee making facilities
•Central Heating
•Toiletries Supplied
•Tourist Information
•Compliant with Fire and Safety Regulations
•Luggage Storage
•Car Parking
•Shopping Malls (10 minute walk/3 minute drive)
•Shop and Petrol Station closer
•Nearby Golfing
•Numerous Restaurants and Bars
•Scenic drives to Mourne Mountains, Ring of Gullion, Cooley Mountains and Carlingford all within 30 minutes.
•Convenient to Rail and Bus Networks

Check In 16:00 - late
Check Out Up to 11:00

Standard Price £69 (Twin/Double)


Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Room / Unit Features

  • Ground floor bedrooms available
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • TV In Bedrooms

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