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Rostrevor Youth Centre

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8-10 Warrenpoint Road, Rosstrevor, Newry, Co Down, BT34 3EB
Rostrevor Youth Centre

About

The Centre at Rostrevor is situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, on the lough shores in County Down. The Mountains of Mourne really do sweep down to the sea along the shores of Carlingford Lough. The Centre has bunk-style accommodation for groups of up to 26 people and provides self-catering facilities, spacious grounds and secure on-site parking. The beautiful Kilbroney Park is only a step away providing unequalled opportunities to enjoy the amenities in the area to the full. The Centre is a perfect location for Youth Weekends and Residential retreats. Group bookings only.

Rooms available:
5 bedrooms:
No.1 sleeps ten,
No.2 sleeps four,
No.3 sleeps eight
No.4 sleeps two (has wash hand basin).
No.5 sleeps two (has wash hand basin).

All rooms are furnished with bunk beds.

Facilities also include:
Central Heating
Lounge
Dining Room/Sitting area with TV with Blu-ray DVD
Games room equipped with table tennis and pool tables.
Fully equipped Kitchen
Two Shower Rooms
Laundry facilities
Keyboard
BBQ
Secure gated on site car parking.
Two good sized lawns.

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