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Shoreline at Mount Stewart


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88A Newtownards Road, Mount Stewart, Greyabbey, Newtownards, Co Down, BT22 2QJ


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Shoreline at Mount Stewart


Shoreline at Mount Stewart provides luxuriously appointed bed and breakfast accommodation for your stay on the Ards Peninsula. Situated right on the shores of Strangford Lough, with the historic village of Greyabbey nearby and just a short walk from the National Trust’s renowned Mount Stewart house and gardens, Shoreline is ideally placed for that short break or longer stay. Our bedrooms are attractively furnished with superior mattresses, quality bedlinen for a wonderful night’s sleep and a well-stocked hospitality tray. The en suite shower room and bathroom are beautifully appointed, featuring rainfall showers, quality towels and complimentary toiletries. Relax in our fantastic residents’ lounge and take time over breakfast in the sun lounge - our extensive range of breakfast choices will have something to suit all tastes - both rooms have breathtaking, panoramic views of the Lough, the Mourne Mountains and surrounding countryside. On fine days, take the opportunity to relax on the deck – you’ll find yourself right in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Shoreline at Mount Stewart combines a convenient and comfortable stepping-off point for you to explore the numerous local tourist attractions, outdoor activities, shopping experiences and dining opportunities. Whether you are a tourist wanting to explore the Peninsula or farther afield, or a business person wanting a relaxing retreat to return to after a busy day in the city, Shoreline at Mount Stewart is the perfect hidden treasure where you can unwind.


1 Triple with King and Single beds and luxury shower room en suite – sleeps 3
1 Double with sole access to adjacent, luxury bath/shower room – sleeps 2


Ample off road parking
External smoking area

Ground floor guest bedrooms, each with:
• Free Wi-fi
• Digital TV
• Radio alarm
• Hairdryer
• Safe
• Tea/ coffee making facilities and snacks
• Fluffy bath robes
• Complimentary toiletries

Luxuriously appointed en suite shower room and bathroom
Guests’ lounge with digital TV, DVD & Blu-ray players and films, novels and board games
Deck area for breakfast, weather permitting
Spectacular, panoramic views of Strangford Lough
Iron and ironing board available for guest use
Clothes drying facilities available

Credit /debit card or cheque accepted for advance deposit
Credit /debit card or cash accepted for final payment
Euro accepted at rate applying on date of payment

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