4.7★ Excellent Sykes rating Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Pets Yes Show on map Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities 4 Customer Reviews "An excellent property in a beautiful location." Have stayed in lots of places in Northern Ireland and this property is at the top end of my recommendations. Comfortably sleeps 6 and one very lively Irish Setter. Reviewed by CatherineJul 2022 "We’ve just returned from a long weekend at 27 Pinewood Hill." There were 6 of us (ranging in ages from 4 to 78) and we all had a wonderful time. Deirdre, the owner of the property, couldn’t have been more helpful before we arrived and the bungalow was a real home from home, having everything we needed and more, with beautiful views over Carlingford Lough and was spotlessly clean. Thank you! We hope to return again soon. Reviewed by JuliaJul 2022 "Old dirty food in the corners of the fridge door shelfs, Old dirty food on the knifes forks and spoons ." Rust patches in the microwave. Lovely view from front large window but spoilt by dirty marks and finger prints Thank you for your feedback. I'm sorry to hear that you were unhappy with 27 Pinewood Hill during your stay. I'm disappointed that you didn't make me aware of these when I asked how your stay was going as we would have been more than willing to address any problems that you had at the time. I will raise the points you've made with my cleaning team to ensure the property remains at our expected high standard. Property Owner Reviewed by DarrylOct 2021 "Host were very helpful hospitality was excellent everything you need is in ..." Host were very helpful hospitality was excellent everything you need is in the cottage and a brilliant base for different wee towns and stunning scenery to see from cottage loved everything about this place and would be back again Maureen Doherty Reviewed by MaureenJul 2021 Show more Summary All-ground-floor Three bedroom: 1 x king-size with basin, 1 x king-size, 1 x twin with basin Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC Cloakroom with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Utility Dining room Sitting room with electric fire Oil central heating with electric fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, freezer, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Private driveway parking for two cars Enclosed garden to rear with lawn, patio and furniture Front garden with lawn, patio and furniture One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop and pub 0.2 miles The property 27 Pinewood Hill is a detached cottage resting in the port town of Warrenpoint on Carlingford Lough in Northern Ireland. This single-storey cottage sleeps up to six guests and has amazing views of the countryside and mountains, making it an ideal base for your next adventure to County Down, within easy reach of Newry and Rostrevor. You are greeted to the property with a private driveway and a front lawn with furniture so you can enjoy a morning coffee as you watch the world go by, whilst moving into the property there is a porch to leave any coats and shoes. There is a kitchen/diner, which has everything you need to prepare a picnic or cook up a storm for all your guests to enjoy, including a dishwasher to take care of the washing up. Enjoy group dinners together around the dining table in the spacious dining room as you toast to a wonderful holiday; there is also an adjoining utility with extra freezer space and a tumble dryer to compliment the handy washing machine in the kitchen. Moving through the property, there is a welcoming living room with an electric fire, so you can warm up your toes as you settle down in front of the television for a night indoors, and a shower room for guests to freshen up after a long day. To finish the charming property, there are three bedrooms; a king-size with gorgeous views of the countryside, it's own wash basin and built-in wardrobes allowing guests to unpack all their personal belongings, another king-size room with built-in wardrobes and a twin room which allows for flexible sleeping arrangements and has its own basin to freshen up. To the rear there is an enclosed garden, which has a lawn area, and a patio to the side of the house with furniture, where you can enjoy a spot of alfresco dining or a glass of wine as the sun goes down around the mountains. The cottage is just a stone's throw away from all the amenities that the small port town of Warrenpoint has to offer, such as a golf club, brightly coloured houses to admire, and a number of pubs and eateries with views of Carlingford Lough. Warrenpoint rests by the River Newry and Carlingford Lough, surrounded by views of the Mourne Mountain Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is home to Slieve Donard, Northern Ireland's highest mountain. Just a short drive away is the shopping haven of Newry, which has many high street shops and shopping centres, as well as bars, a gorgeous Catholic cathedral, a museum set inside the 16th century Bagenal’s Castle, and some lovely parks and gardens to explore. A few minutes in the opposite direction is the pretty village of Rostrevor, with the Kilbroney river running through; from here you can park at Kilbroney Forest Park and take a zig-zag path up to Slieve Martin, where you can find Cloughmore Stone and embrace views of Warrenpoint and the surrounding lough and countryside. For an even more scenic option, the Mourne Coastal Route is home to the most breathtaking views in the country, leading from Belfast, through the County Down coastline and Mourne Mountains, to the city of Newry, or visit the nearby Tollymore Forest Park which offers great walking and cycling routes, and if you're a Game of Thrones fan, you'll remember it as the Haunted Forest where the White Walkers once marched through. Also within driving distance is the seaside resort of Newcastle which offers both mountain trails and beach days, on either sandy or rocky beaches, as well as a number of ice cream shops, amusements and bars. Further afar, you could venture into the capital city of Belfast, where you can explore the history of the Titanic with the famous museum built on the grounds where the ship was made, the gorgeous hilltop castle, popular Botanic Gardens and another link to Games of Thrones with its stained glass window trail throughout the city. For a memorable trip to discover the beauty of County Down, choose 27 Pinewood Hill. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100. About the location WARRENPOINT, NORTHERN IRELAND Rostrevor 2.7 miles; Newry 6.9 miles; Newcastle 21.5 miles. Warrenpoint is a small port town resting on Carlingford Lough, surrounded by the Mourne Mountain Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and home to Northern Ireland's highest mountain, Slieve Donard. The village has a golf club, colourful houses and a number of pubs and eateries with views of the harbour and surrounding mountains, along with the Narrow Water Forest and Castle, which is now used as an events venue. Newry is a short drive away, where you can take advantage of its shopping facilities, with Buttercrane Shopping Centre and other high street stores, as well as explore the museum inside the 16th century Bagenal’s Castle. Take a scenic drive along the Mourne Coastal Route or park at the nearby Kilbroney Forest Park and take a zig-zag path to almost the top of Slieve Martin, where you can embrace views of Warrenpoint and the surrounding water and countryside. Nearby is Tollymore Forest Park which offers great walking and cycling routes, as well as a popular base for campers, and if you're Game of Thrones fan, you'll remember it as the Haunted Forest where the White Walkers once marched through. The pretty village of Rostrevor is well worth a visit, as is the seaside resort of Newcastle where you can find amusements, sandy and stone beaches, and great links to mountain trails through The Mournes. Further afield is the bustling capital city of Belfast, which boasts a Game of Thrones trail map with stained glass windows, Botanic Gardens, a hilltop castle, ample shops, bars and eateries. Belfast is also home to the Titanic museum which helps guests discover the history of the sunken ship and where it was built, with hands-on displays and interactive galleries.