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The Coastguard Cottage


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33B Manse Road, Cloughey, Down, BT22 1HS
The Coastguard Cottage


Superb luxury coastguards cottage completely rebuilt in 2016 is a perfect place to unwind in this un-spoilt part of the lower peninsula. The ground floor features open plan kitchen/dining/living with bi-fold doors opening to a west facing patio for catching the afternoon/evening sun. The upper floor has 3 well appointed bedrooms (king-size, double and single) and bathroom (walk in shower and tub). Under-floor heating, wood burner and natural stone and reclaimed timber floors make this a cosy winter or summer retreat. The property is exceptionally well appointed with sky, wi-fi, built in audio (which guests can connect to via Bluetooth), high spec kitchen, feature lighting etc and positioned opposite the slipway for immediate access to the expansive Cloughey beach! Simply relax in what is a unique blend of a 'get away from it all' location with the best of modern conveniences, which will make your stay a truly wonderful experience.

Price is from £550/week, £135/day (min 2 nights). To book please click:

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