A truly extraordinary quirky 1960's 2 story timber frame beach house set in 17 acres of private woods and grassland running down to it's own stone quay and floating pontoon (subject to tide). Stunning elevated views of Strangford Lough and its islands will take your breath away.
The house is decorated throughout in Beach House style, with most rooms having amazing views of the Lough.
This delightful home has some of the most stunning sea views we have encountered, even when sitting up in bed! 3 of the 4 double bedded bedrooms have superb sea views, and the fourth has limited sea views. There is a main sitting room combined with a well equipped galley kitchen and dining area for 8, all very much in the sea view, and with an external lounging deck outside with table, chairs, barbeque and 3 sun loungers. There is a TV Room with Broadband & wifi, also bluetooth Bose music system. A separate pantry includes a second small fridge and a drinks fridge.
Downstairs (this is an 'upside down' house) is one bedroom and a large ultility room with its own external door for coats, boots and pets. It includes a small chest deep freeze, washing machine, drier, clothes line and ironing facilities.
Pets areNOT permitted on the furniture or beds.
You are welcome to use our pontoon when the tide permits, and guests may bring their own small boat or canoes. Boating is at your own risk.
All of the house and its grounds are available to our guests except the large green barn on the waterfront to the left which we may continue to use for our own boating activities etc when you are in residence. We also continue to have access to the quay and slipway, as will the National Trust and their agents and employees, so please do not block either slipway or access to quay and pontoon.
Other things to note
The National Trust have an agreement to use one of our slipways for their own barge to load cattle and equipment for the islands, so you may see them when you are here. We may also be on site using the quay and our boat shed while you are there. This will have no material impact on your privacy.