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Nelly's Cottage

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20 Carrivekeeney Road, Newry, Down, BT35 7LU

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  • Visit BritainWe're Good to Go We're Good to Go 2021
Nelly's Cottage

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Nelly’s Cottage is located at the foot of Camlough Mountain. Nelly was the Lady that owned the cottage she was known as the Maid of the Mountain. It is a homely cottage just recently renovated, beautiful and carefully furnished with so much love and thought. The cottage over looks Craigmore Viaduct more commonly known as the 18 Arches. The location is a walkers paradise, so much to explore and see either by foot and by car. It is very close to Newry City about 7 minutes, yet the location keeps you in the country, surrounded by silence, and some nice farm animals, perfect place to stay to relax and unwind, or for any other occasion. “Welcome pack” awaits your arrival lovely home made wheaten bread, some jam and butter. We are 40mins from Belfast , 60 mins from Dublin, quite central for any travelling or day trips.

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