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Sights to See

To do or not to do come Rain or Shine when you visit The Mourne Lodge!

In the Sun (well, no rain!)…

  • Climb any of the Mourne Mountains; Slieve Donard at 850m is the highest peak in Northern Ireland
  • Go for a walk up to the Cnocnafeola Wood
  • Visit Annalong Harbour and do the Mourne coastal walk – one of Ireland’s most picturesque
  • Visit the Mourne Wall which start and finish near Silent Valley
  • Visit Silent Valley with its beautiful parkland and pond – also walk up to the reservoirs
  • Go for a round of golf at the Mourne Park Golf Club
  • The Head Road Cycling Route – 16 miles of great scenery starting and finishing in Kilkeel
  • Go Horse Riding nearby and track through the mountains to Lough Shannagh
  • Walk to Lough Shannagh – enjoy a picnic by the lake and catch a fish if you feel inclined!
  • Visit Cranfield beach and Greencastle and enjoy both the mountains and the sea
  • Play a game of pitch and putt at Cranfield
  • Mountain biking at the new track in Rostrevor (a world class one!)

In a misty Mourne Mountains…

  • Choose one of our travel books or travel magazines and curl up in front of the wood burning stove
  • Watch a movie – we have DVD players and DVDs available at reception
  • Take a mountain drive starting and finishing right here at Atticall
  • Visit the local supermarket and treat yourself to some fresh scones and coffee
  • Relax in the local leisure centre, the sauna and the steam and enjoy the warm Jacuzzi
  • Develop your cooking skills at the Mourne Cookery School in Kilkeel
  • Visit Mourne Grange coffee and craft shop
  • Visit Greencastle – A Norman Castle
  • Take the local Rambler bus to Kilkeel or Newcastle
  • Join the local Set dancing class on Tuesday night and learn the Antrim square
  • Join in a Community activity and ask Mairead about these – lots happening!
  • Join us for a local football match or camogie match and other community activities
  • Take a Seaweed Bath in Newcastle or Warrenpoint
  • Check out our local festivals