Explore what Mourne has to offer for all the family
Visit this fascinating corner of Northern Ireland steeped in history, hike the old smuggling route across the Mourne mountains, cycle the country roads, rock climb near the Pigeon Rock, play golf at Mourne Park, go mountain biking in Rostrevor or Castlewellan, go fishing in the Whitewater River, sail at Killowen Yaght Club, mountain board the Mournes and visit scenic coastal villages!
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To do or not to do come Rain or Shine when you visit The Mourne Lodge!
- 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!)
- Visit Made in Mourne and view all our local crafts
- Visit Kilkeel Tourist Centre and get local information
- Take a trip on the new Carlingford Lough Ferry in both sunshine and rain.
- Join us for a pint in the attical gac and meet the locals
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 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
The Mourne Lodge is a purpose built centre located in the heart of the Mourne Mountains, between Spelga Dam and The Silent Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We offer quality, budget accommodation for individuals.