Rating Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Icon/Rating/Sykes Sleeps 5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1 Pets Yes View on map Features Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking Icon/Feature/Ground floor bedroom Ground floor bedroom Icon/Feature/Open fire Open fire Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile Icon/Feature/Washing machine Washing machine Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi Reviews Group 2 Created with Sketch. 2 Customer Review(s) Mrs Bottle September 2019 “We were met by the owner Gerry , he was a very friendly help full person.” The bungalow was a in a lovely location very close to all local amenities. It was a lovely, clean, warm and cosy home from home. We also had a lovely welcome pack which was much appreciated after a long journey...Downpatrick is a lovely location and it is almost central to all the prime tourist areas ...Belfast , the silent valley at Newcastle and even the giants causeway can be done in a day , with a beautiful coastal journey to enjoy along the way. A bus can even be taken from Downpatrick to ... The bungalow was a in a lovely location very close to all local amenities. It was a lovely, clean, warm and cosy home from home. We also had a lovely welcome pack which was much appreciated after a long journey...Downpatrick is a lovely location and it is almost central to all the prime tourist areas ...Belfast , the silent valley at Newcastle and even the giants causeway can be done in a day , with a beautiful coastal journey to enjoy along the way. A bus can even be taken from Downpatrick to Dublin with lots to enjoy there.. So Collie close is the place to stay in Downpatrick to enjoy a fabulous holiday... - Mrs Bottle, September 2019 Mr Ambasana May 2019 “The bungalow was spacious, comfortable and warm.” We were made very welcome by the owner on arrival who had left us bread, milk, tea, coffee and biscuits which was appreciated as we were not expecting this. Thoroughly enjoyed our week at the bungalow. - Mr Ambasana, May 2019 Show more Show less The property A welcoming, single-storey cottage situated within the town of Downpatrick, in the region of County Down, Northern Ireland. With its stylish interior and quiet surroundings, the property is ideal for a small family to base themselves when looking to explore the historic town and its surrounding area. Located within a residential area, guests will feel right at home at Collie Close, with the bungalow’s sitting area offering a relaxing end to a busy day, with a log fire and also comfortable seating and a TV. The kitchen/diner also features modern interior, with a table for up to six people. Elsewhere on the ground floor, guests will find the property’s three bedrooms, a king-size and a double, while there’s also a single. Off-road parking is available at the front of the property, while guests will also notice a lawn at the front, and a garden at the rear. With the garden offering a view of the local countryside. The town of Downpatrick in Irish means ‘Partick’s stronghold’ and takes its name as it is said that Ireland’s patron saint, St Patrick, lived in and is now buried within the Cathedral. St Patrick’s legacy is still strong today, with the town centre hosting a St Patrick’s Visitor Centre, featuring displays and information about his life. Other locations to visit around Downpatrick include the ruins of Inch Abbey, located just under a mile away from the property, the Downpatrick and County Down railway, Quoile Castle and Ballynoe Stone Circle. The town also has a sporting heritage, with Downpatrick Racecourse having hosted race meetings since 1685. There are regular meetings throughout the year, including the two-day festival in June and Ladies Day in August. Downpatrick also hosts the renowned Downpatrick Parkland Golf Club, while other courses of note include Ardglass Golf Club which is located eight miles away, while Crossgar Golf Club is five miles to the north. If it’s views of the Irish Sea that you after, Downpatrick is in close proximity to the seaside villages of Killough, Ballyhornan and Killough. There is something for everyone in Downpatrick, which makes Collie Close the prime location for you to plan your break in Northern Ireland. Summary All ground floor Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double and 1 x single Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting area with gas fire Central heating with open fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 4 cars Garden One well behaved dog welcome and no smoking Shop and pub 12 mins walk. View on map About the location DOWNPATRICK Saul 2.5 miles; Ballyhornan 7.5 miles The town of Downpatrick, in County Down, Northern Ireland, is situated 21 miles south of the capital city of Belfast. The town is where the country’s patron saint, St Patrick is said to have lived. Indeed it is believed that he is buried within the grounds of the town’s Cathedral. The legacy of St Partick is visible today, with the town hosting the St Patrick Visitor Centre, which features interactive displays and exhibits about his life. The ruins of the nearby Quoile Castle are also worth a visit, while there is also an Arts Centre, Ballynoe Stone Circle and the ruins of Inch Abbey within driving distance of the town centre.