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Robertson's Cottage

(Ref. 1037122)

Caledon near Killylea, County Tyrone Show on map

5.0

Sykes rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

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21 Customer Reviews

  • "This was our fifth stay in Robertson's Cottage - a two week break encompassing Christmas - and we had, as previously, a wonderful time."

    Perfect cottage and location for an "away from it all" holiday.

    Reviewed by Ian Barry5.0Dec 2023

  • "This accommodation was really great: very comfortable and very warm."

    The kitchen was really well supplied with utensils etc and there is a separate washroom with washing machine tumble drier and overhead rack.The bathroom is equally impressive. A really lovely modernised attractive cottage.

    Reviewed by Susan5.0Sep 2023

  • "Hello Peter and I really enjoyed our week, the cottage had all we needed very well equipped, great shower plenty hot water."

    We did alot of sight seeing and walking around the area. The cost was very reasonable, We loved hearing ba ba every morning. I would highly recommend it. Thanks again Ita & Peter

    Reviewed by Ita4.4Aug 2023

  • "This is the place for peace and quiet in the middle of nowhere the cottage is wonderful it has everything you want large kichen large bathroom with rain shower and bath you will not be disappointed."

    Reviewed by Chris5.0Jun 2023

  • "Beautiful Old world cottage set in the rural countryside."

    Great for the outdoors enthusiast. The staff are excellent.

    Reviewed by Eileen5.0May 2023

  • "A lovely cottage and great value."

    No reservations at all!

    Reviewed by Andrew5.0Apr 2023

  • "A beautiful cottage with a warm welcome and fantastic staff if you need anything."

    A great place to get away from everything and recharge. We’ll definitely be back!

    Reviewed by Anne5.0Mar 2023

  • "The cottage was very good, no complaints."

    The only complaint is about the booking system. The only way to discover the cancellation policy is to book the cottage at which time you are informed there is a policy of no refunds. This is obviously an illogical procedure that needs reviewing.

    Reviewed by John5.0Mar 2023

  • "This was our fourth stay at Robertson's Cottage and we've already booked a fifth - I think that says all that is required!"

    Brilliant!

    Reviewed by Ian Barry5.0Dec 2022

  • "The property was central to places, very clean and tidy."

    We fully enjoyed our stay, beds are amazing….. 2 frying pans require updating

    Reviewed by Bridgitte5.0Sep 2022

  • "Exceptionally well maintained and equipped cottage, lovely welcome gifts (eggs, milk, juice, cake and a personalised card) including treats for my dog, which he loved."

    Lots of towels and toilets rolls included (recently returned from a holiday in the Cotswolds where one small bath towel, one hand towel and about 2/3 of a loo roll per person, in a 5* rated cottage for one week). Beautiful setting on a very quiet road. Weather was amazing so I didn’t use the wood burner or heating but constant supply of hot water.

    Reviewed by Maureen5.0Aug 2022

  • "This was our third stay at the cottage in the last 12 months - and we've booked it again for next December."

    I think that pretty much says it all! A big "thank you" to Chris and Henny for their help.

    Reviewed by Ian Barry5.0Dec 2021

  • "It was an amazing stay up in an amazing house."

    Patricia and Robert

    Reviewed by Patricia5.0Dec 2021

  • "Everything possible was exceptionally good at Robertson's Cottage."

    The spaces were large and very clean with excellent facilities. Excellent upkeep and communication with owners. Location great for visiting and walking.

    Reviewed by Guy5.0Oct 2021

  • "Really appreciated the goodies on arrival."

    Beautiful cottage, everything was very well arranged and easy to book.

    Reviewed by Harriet4.7Aug 2021

  • "Lovely cottage with a great location."

    Quiet road with little traffic. Good coffee shop in village and a good base for going further afield. Enniskillen was an easy journey and good access to the motorway at Dungannon.

    Reviewed by Stuart5.0Jul 2021

  • "The setting of the cottage was ideally placed, in country side surrounding and added peace and relaxation."

    With amenities such as shops restaurants and other premises, all within a short distance away. The cottage itself was very homely, and we'll presented and the waiting welcome of goodies was a nice thought. Would definitely consider booking another visit. Thank you.. XX

    Reviewed by Frederick5.0Jun 2021

  • "The cottage is beautiful and has everything you need for a comfortable and lovely stay!"

    The property owners are great and extremely helpful.

    Reviewed by Charlie5.0Nov 2020

  • "Lovely peaceful time"

    Reviewed by Brendan5.0Oct 2020

  • "This cottage was exceptionally comfortable and well thought out, with lots of extras, such as shelves full of spare towels, a second loo and utility room, a seven foot bed, a really excellent log fire, outdoor table and chairs, and a home-made tea bread waiting for us on arrival."

    There was a feeling of light and space and good taste in the furnishings. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We are veterans of cottage stays and this ranks very highly. Some small suggestions: The directions provided by Sykes state that the cottage can be found on the left after turning into Annaghroe Road. The cottage is in fact on the right - we drove to and fro several times before locating it! The directions given by the owner are correct. We oiled the fridge door as it was dreadfully squeaky! The upstairs bathroom door is very difficult to close/lock, which might bother some people. The back door knob and the doorknob in the utility room loo are almost impossible to grip, especially with wet or sanitised hands. My other half got stuck in the utility room loo as he simply could not open the door! Clearly others have tried equally hard as the back door knob is coming away and needs screwing back in place. We were surprised that there was no reference to Covid in the cottage - no bags for used sheets and towels, no instructions for bagging them up, home-made baking provided, (we thought this was not allowed) cushions and throws supplied, no sanitiser etc. We actually found it very refreshing, (some places go over the top) but it was still a bit surprising. We did not want to leave!

    Reviewed by Jane5.0Aug 2020

  • "Pleasant, well designed and comfortable accommodation."

    Lovely location. Helpful staff.

    Reviewed by Fiona5.0Aug 2020

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Summary

  • One super-king-size bedroom (zip/link, can be twin upon request) with en-suite roll top bath, handheld shower, separate walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Shared utility
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove
  • Oil central heating and woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, TV and Wifi
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking for one car
  • Lawned front garden
  • One well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 1.2 miles, pub 3.1 miles Please note that this property has a 3 night stay as a minimum requirement.

The property

A stone-front, semi-detached cottage sitting within a rural location in Northern Ireland, Robertson's Cottage makes a wonderful base for a couple seeking a relaxing, romantic escape.

Stepping inside this traditionally-styled dwelling you can find the sitting room, boasting a warming woodburning stove for the winter months, there's no better spot to settle down for some quality time with your loved one.

The kitchen/diner is an equally as wonderful room, however holding more of a contemporary interior; here you can find all the essential appliances including an electric oven and hob, microwave and a fridge/freezer, so you can easily rustle up a romantic meal before sitting together at the table and toasting to your wonderful retreat.

On the first floor you will find your snug sleeping spot in the form of a super-king-size bed, also benefiting from doubling up as a twin room by request, perfect for a variety of holiday needs.

Attached to the bedroom is a gleaming en-suite bathroom, home to a roll top bath, a handheld shower and a separate walk-in shower, you can choose how best to prepare for your day of adventure.

Step out onto the lawn at the front of the property with your morning coffee in hand, before embarking on a journey to discover more of Northern Ireland.

Robertson's Cottage is a delightful dwelling from which to create everlasting memories with your loved one.

Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1037127 and 1037129, together sleeping 12 people.

Caledon Cottages

Positioned on the outskirts of the village itself, the Caledon Cottages make a beautiful base from which to discover the countryside wonders of Northern Ireland with your loved ones. With each of the three cottages boasting a stunning stone-front exterior and an equally exquisite interior in the form of traditional decor and a homely setting, these cottages are sure to be the perfect home-from-home for your countryside escape. Goose Cottage is a combination of two worker's houses, and can be found positioned on the edge and part of Caledon Estate, whereas Beattie's Cottage and Robertson's Cottage are semi-detached and are positioned further up the road, in close proximity by foot, perfect for families looking to be close together. Gather together in the larger property, Goose Cottage and warm yourselves up in front of one of the open fires in the winter months, or gather together in the garden to enjoy alfresco dining with the barbecue roaring, before heading out to explore the beauty of the local area with well known birdwatching available at the Annaghroe Meadows. Caledon is a quaint village of great architectural and historical significance, with a plethora of walking routes, making it a great base for those seeking an outdoor adventure as well as a number of coffee shops and gift shops to enjoy. Within easy reach you can find the bustling village of Killylea, offering you all the local amenities you could need including a local shop and Post Office, alongside a pleasant pub for a rewarding beverage after a ramble. Just nearby is the delightful village of Glaslough which is located just outside Castle Leslie Estate in County Monaghan. You’ll find a host of spectacular attractions that will cater for your every wish including shopping, dining, pampering and relaxing or action packed activities for the more adventurous. Head towards Armagh, stopping to observe the Navan Centre & Fort first, one of Ireland's most famous and important archaeological sites, it's well-worth the stop. When you reach the city of Armagh you will be greeted by a wide range of amenities and attractions, from the simplicities of shops and eateries, to the enticing Royal Irish Fusiliers Museum and Armagh County Museum, the delight of The Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre, golfing opportunities and much more to suit a variety of tastes. Perfect for a countryside escape, the Caledon Cottages are the ultimate escape for your family holiday in Ireland.

About the location

KILLYLEA

Armagh 6 miles, Newry 24.4 miles

Killylea is a charming Northern Ireland village set within the Armagh District. Within a short distance to the bustling town of Armagh and the delightful city of Newry, Killylea is home to a number of wonderful amenities including a local convenience store, Post Office and restaurant. The streets of the neighbouring town of Armagh are filled with vibrant pubs and bars, as well as an array of delicious restaurants where you can spend an evening wining and dining. Here, you will also find the Franciscan ruins of Armagh Friary and the archaeological site of Navan Centre and Fort. With green parks and a tranquil canal, Newry City makes for a wonderful day out with its breath-taking cathedral and a small yet historic castle that now acts as a local museum. Lying at the centre of the Ring of Gullion, the stunning green mountainside and ancient burial site of Slieve Gullion is a pleasant drive away and not only provides enthralling walking routes with outstanding landscapes, but also features an adventure play park, meaning for fun for all the family.

Please note that this property has a 3 night stay as a minimum requirement.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas