Newcastle, County Down, is in the south-east of Northern Ireland, 30 miles South of Belfast on the A24 and 90 miles North of Dublin. Slieve Donard four star hotel in Northern Ireland is situated on the Irish Sea coast within 6 acres of private grounds, on the shores of Dundrum Bay and faces south to the Mountains of Mourne, with glorious views across Royal County Down Golf Course to the north – just on the edge of Newcastle town itself. The nearest railway station is in Newry (23 miles away), which operates services to both Belfast and Dublin. Belfast International Airport – 48 miles, George Best Belfast City Airport – 33 miles, Port of Belfast Ferry terminal – 34 miles. Visitor attractions for Co Down, Silent Valley reservoir in the Mourne Mountails, Tollymore Forest, Castlewellan Country Park and Murlough Bay Nature Reserve and St Patrick;s Visitor Centre and Grave a World Christian Heritage Site.
Enniskeen House Hotel is a friendly country house style hotel is located in surroundings of outstanding natural beauty - just minutes from town centre. Enniskeen House Hotel, Newcastle, Co Down offers all ensuite bedrooms and a popular restaurant that is renowned for the quality of its traditional home cooking.
Bannville House Hotel set on 13 Acres of mature woodland with a flowing drive/way to the hotel entrance with beautiful flowered beds with an abundance of colour all year round. Just on the outskirts of the town of Banbridge and on a modern road system with easy excess to the International Airport (Thirty Minutes) and forty minutes from the Capital City "Belfast" and on the main (M1) line to the heart of Dublin. Bannville House Hotel was originally a manor house, built in 1916 and converted to an hotel in 1975 under the watchful eye of the Hamilton family. In 2002 the present owners Desmond Graham and Irene Mason have made it what it is today. With 20 well appointed over/sized bedrooms all with modern facilities, as you would expect from of an hotel of this stature and wedding and conference facilities second to none.