|Minimum Stay||1 - 2 nights|
New Holiday Let. Quaint 100 year old fishing cottage on the bank of the river Strule down a quiet lane in the village of Newtownstewart with a panorama view of the Sperrin Mountains. It retains the original layout and features whilst being updated to modern day standards which includes oil heating and a wood buring stove. Full working kitchen and large bathroom with bath and powershower. Open plan living room and dining room. Two upstairs bedrooms. The larger room contains double bed and single bed and the other bedroom contains two single beds. Both rooms are old time attic rooms with sloping ceilings. Additional fold away bed available if required. Enclosed stoned picnic area to side of cottage. Decking area to back of cottage in a tranquil setting overlooking the river with steps leading down to salmon pool. Fishing not suitable for children as it is a rocky steep bank. Day tickets available on local club waters for adults and children. Private parking to side of cottage. 2/3 hours central heating is included in price (depends on season) additional heating is available for £1 per hour. Stables for horses available 7 miles and enjoy trekking in nearby Gortin Glens. Two minutes walk to village leading onto a riverside walk. . Close to local hotel & restaurants and ideally situated for exploring the Sperrins
the property is well located by the river and is very relaxing. The location is within reach to few shops, but at the same time gives the feel of being on your own and enjoy nature.
Will suit anyone looking to have a break away from busy city schedule.
My son and I recently planned a trip to Ireland with the intent of meeting/visiting with family as well as enjoying the beauty of the country. My son made all the arrangements to include our stay at the Hallow Cottage. I had seen pictures of the cottage prior to our arrival so I was very excited. While the pictures were great, they only told half of the story. The cottage was absolutely perfect. It was very clean and very cozy. It felt like we were “at home”. It had all the amenities you could possibly need. The view from the back was spectacular. The little town down the street was warm and welcoming. Our stay at the cottage was one of the many highlights of our trip. I highly recommend staying at the Hallow Cottage if you have the opportunity.
This cottage is perfect for a short relaxing stay, my partner ,her sister, her baby and I had a great stay here. Una the owner was very welcoming and the cottage had a fantastic atmosphere surrounded by stunning views in a beautiful garden, couldn't have asked for more, Thanks
We booked the cottage just before Debbie T from Colorado told her review and I worried about the house. But for us (me, my husband and 2 friends of us), it was almost perfect. The heating was not a problem in june (we had much sun all the week !°), even if it's noisy when you are outside, you have to stop it., by night, we made fire in the fireplace, but we didn't need 3 hours of heating per day. Everybody knows, you need heating in North Ireland in February... and even a little in june !
I don't know if there were more cars in february, but for us it wasn't noisy at all : the main road is far from the house. The river is really just below the house : the vision is magical from the terrace ! What i could say it's that I thought the house was in the countryside and in fact it is in the village. But, after all, it was better for shopping and pint of Guinness in Conway's bar, where everybody is so nice.
We enjoyed our stay. The house is well located to go to giant causeway, Donegal, Londonderry, Belfast....
Please excuse my bad english
We booked this cottage while in Republic of Ireland, about 3 weeks prior to arrival. The description said the cottage was on a "quiet lane". It was actually in an alley, which was just below a major street into the town, so there was plenty of road noise. We were there in February, so it was winter and fairly cold. The listing said nothing about paying extra for heat. But when I asked the owner, after booking and paying for the property, I was told that it did have a coal burning stove, and included would be 3 hours of heat per day. After that, we could pay 1 GBP per HOUR for heat! The cottage, although updated, was "stone cold" while we were there. Three hours of heat did essentially nothing to help the conditions. The extra charge for heat (which was not told to us until we had already committed/paid in full) was a ridiculous amount, and should have been told upfront. Out of six cottages we stayed at on our trip, this was the most expensive and the least enjoyed.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Some pets allowed please email
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.