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Mountain View

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21 Mullaghans Rd, Mullaghbawn, Newry, Co Down, BT35 9UX
Mountain View

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Mountain View is situated in county Armagh within the Ring of Gullion, it just over one hour’s drive from Dublin and the Belfast airports and within an half an hour’s drive from the spectacular scenic locations of Slieve Gullion and the Mourne Mountains.

The luxury 4 star accommodation has a cottage feel while offering the conveniences of a modern home. The family friendly accommodation has 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one with wheelchair access). The south facing kitchen diner is bathed in natural light and has a seated outdoor area for barbeques in the summer months, and the cosy living room has a wood burning stove for the cold evenings. There is central heating throughout and free wifi. The accommodation offers the privacy and beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

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