Boleyhill Farm is situated at the top of a private lane between Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea. The three cottages retain their original character and charm and have been renovated to the highest standard. The cottages are surrounded by 30 acres of farmland.
The Forge (Sleeps 2 ) is part of the range of old farm buildings which have been converted. This unit has:
One bedroom with a king-size bed.
Bathroom with bath and shower.
The living room is large and there are double doors into a small conservatory which in turn has steps down to a patio area.
This has a well fitted kitchen off the living room.
This cottage is all on one level.
The Forge is fitted with oil fired central heating and an open fire for which wood and turf are provided.
Television, DVD player and radio/CD player.
WiFi internet access.
Furnished to a high standard within each of its spacious rooms.
The Forge like the other cottages enjoys its own private sitting out and patio area for barbecuing or simply relaxing in the peaceful country surroundings.
If required a cot plus bedding is available for use.
A complimentary starter pack of basic groceries is provided on arrival.
The cottages are all non-smoking.
Location The picturesque loughside village of Greyabbey is a pleasant walk of approximately a mile and has good basic local shopping and a Post Office. Greyabbey is well known for its many antique and craft shops and the ruins of the 12th century Cistercian Abbey with attached Physic Garden. The National Trust property of Mount Stewart with its world renowned gardens is approximately three miles from the farm.