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Bluebell Lane

49 Tullymacreeve Road, Tullymacreeve, Mullaghbawn, Newry, Co Down, BT35 9RE
Kitchen area with stove and fireside seating

About

Did you ever want to just escape from it all and immerse yourself in nature? Do you need to disconnect from the outside world? Do you dream of waking to stunning views of idyllic countryside? Then Bluebell Lane is the place for you. Nestled at the foot of majestic Slieve Gullion mountain, within the Ring of Gullion Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bluebell Lane is a haven of rest and relaxation.

Come stay with us in one of our handcrafted glamping pods or shepard’s hut. How about sleeping under canvas in our safari tent? Or how about our chocolate box cottage? We have a wide variety of accommodation to suit your needs.

Meander along Johnny’s Trail, planted with more than 23,000 native trees, listen to the singing birds and discover the pond, roundhouse and bushcraft area on your way. Let the kids busy themselves in our purpose-built playground or enjoy a spin in our tractor barrel ride.

This is a land steeped in myths and legends. Where the Cailleach Béara peers out from the Cairn overlooking the Ring of Gullion, where Fíonn fell into the lake on top of the mountain and gained his grey hair, where Sétanta slew the hound and was named Cúchulainn thereafter, the Hound of Ulster.

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Cot & Highchair Available

Establishment Features

  • Linen available for hire

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • Euros accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Bed Linen Not Provided

Room / Unit Features

  • Ground floor bedrooms available
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Microwave
  • Tumble Dryer
  • TV
  • Washing Machine

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