We are currently closed Opening Dates this year: 04/07/2020 to 30/09/2020 Opening Dates next year: 01/03/2021 to 30/09/2021
The Newry & Mourne area is blessed with a rich and diverse natural environment. Significant short break and outdoor activity opportunities exist within the area.
Spectacular scenery is within easy reach of any of the population centres, with the mountain and valleys being the primary physical attraction for open-air tourists. Contrasted with Carlingford Lough and its coastal fringes, the area offers superb and unique terrain.
Rostrevor Village - local shops,restaurants,bars and heritage trail Ross's monument The Fairy Glen Kilbroney Graveyard Cranfield Beach The Mourne Mountains Silent Valley Giant Murphy's Grave Kilfeaghan Dolmen Warrenpoint seaside town, shops, restaurant, seafront promenade
HOW TO GET THERE: By Bus: Take service number 39 between Newry and Kilkeel. Alight at Rostrevor and walk down Bridge Street to Fairy Glen entrance. By Car: The park is located in the village of Rostrevor and can be accessed from the A2 Rostrevor/Kilkeel Road. The village of Rostrevor is approximately 1 hour from Belfast and 1 1/2 hours from Dublin.
Where is the nearest shop to Kilbroney Caravan Park? There is a shop within 1 mile
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