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Property Reviews for Banbridge, Oxford Island Nature Reserve Lough Neagh, County Down (5372)

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Property 5372
Banbridge, Oxford Island Nature Reserve Lough Neagh, County Down
Banbridge, Oxford Island Nature Reserve Lough Neagh, County Down

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Jordantown University Belfast, May 2017
A University Group enjoyed staying at the 2 Golfkeel cottages near Banbridge for the weekend while playing at a hockey tournament. Both cottages were very tidy both internally and externally with beautiful stonework and sit in a pleasant rural location.. The rooms were spacious and John the owner was very helpful but also allowed guests their own privacy. The Wifi was a bit hit and a miss and a couple of towels were missing but quickly replaced. As it was off season and we were only there for the weekend probably 4.75 would have been the most accurate score. The owner posted back a bit of IT that one of the University brains had left by mistake. Thank you John. Would we go back? Yes.

P Short Isle Of Man, May 2017
This is a great wee cottage going by the photos but did we get a shock the cottage was so large some of the bed rooms must have been 20 feet by 20 feet plus the bathroom ensuite. The house was so clean and fresh you knew the owners took great pride in meeting and showing you round this wee gem and they were also willing to give some advise on both the local restaurants and sight seeing tours across Northern Ireland. Every one in our group was very pleased with our cottage and the visitor book confirmed this also. 1St Class

Stephen Armstrong Smith, April 2017
A memorable family experience staying in a magnificent stone cottage, with the most friendly owner, with loads of information on what to do, where to go and where to see, also the local restaurants and this personal service is hard to find in 2017.

Lee Family, September 2009
The buildings and old stonework, the atmosphere and so well furnished also extremely comfortable with lovely local walks and magnificent views of the Mourne Mountains. If one wants to escape - this seems to be the in place to go

Mc Cormac Family, August 2009
I like it here because its so nice the cottages are so beautiful and our hosts were wonderful and everything is so tidy and clean. The welcome pack was a very nice personal touch and the children played outside all day in the sunshine.

Peter, July 2009
This must be the most central spot for touring Northern Ireland with peace, serenity and good crack' in the local bars. We have enjoyed it here and will be back again. Great hosts and the property was so clean and property in immaculate clean condition for 248 year old building.

Mrs Bristow, June 2007
I cannot think of anything that would improve this property we had all we needed and more!! Great base for exploring the local scenery.