This is a charming country cottage based near the stunning village of Broughshane in Northern Ireland.
It comes in a delightfully secluded location with a warming feel to it, making it perfect for couples or friends to come and enjoy a peaceful break.
Step into Rosslare Cottage and into the spacious farmhouse kitchen diner, boasting a dining table for 4 and all of the appliances that you will need in rustic wooden furnishings.
This leads onto the alluring sitting room which boasts comfortable seating and a fantastic woodburning stove, providing a great spot to sit and put your feet up.
The cottage also offers two bedrooms with comforting beds and plenty of hanging space for clothes.
The interior of the house is complete with a shower room with the original stone wall adding great character to the place.
Outside of Rosslare Cottage is a lovely, well-kept lawn area.
Broughshane is just 3 miles away, an award-winning village known for its beauty around Britain and even Europe.
It offers a historical village pub and a shop, a delightful place to base your stay.
Northern Ireland is home to lots of places worth visiting, the neighbouring town of Ballymena offers a wider range of amenities as well as a good choice of activities.
The stunning capital of Belfast is within driving distance, as is the world famous Giant's Causeway is a characterful property in a wonderful location.
About the location
Ballymena 2 miles; Belfast 26 miles; Coleraine 28 miles
A beautiful village in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Known as the 'Garden Village of Ulster, Broughshane has won the Bloom Awards in Ulster, Britain and even in Europe, it also won the Ireland's Tidy Town award. It is packed with stunning flora and trees to make a delightful place to go. The Braid River splits the village, it has a Grade B+ listed pub, along with a delightful range of shops and cafés to choose from. Northern Ireland is a wonderful place, packed with towns, villages and cities worth visiting. The neighbouring town of Ballymena offers a greater range of amenities as well as a golf course, park and a museum. The capital of Northern Ireland, Belfast is within driving distance, a stunning city with incredible buildings and lots to do. If you're in Northern Ireland then you must visit the Giant's Causeway, it sits a little over 30 miles away and is well worth the drive as a world-famous attraction.