Location:  Marine Park


                  County Down

                  Northern Ireland


Phone:       (+) 44 (0) 284 376 8269

Cornmill Quay enjoys an idyllic setting

overlooking both the stone harbor of Annalong and the beautifully restored working Cornmill.  It is set on the edge of the Annalong River as it flows down the mountainside into the Irish Sea.  Annalong is a small fishing village situated on the south-east side of the Mourne Mountains.

Website:  www.cornmillquay.com

Email:       info@cornmillquay.com


-six bedroom family hostel

-four rooms sleeping four persons

-two rooms sleeping three persons, one

   designed for disabled guests


By Car:

From Dublin, follow directions for ‘the North’/Belfast. After crossing into Northern Ireland, follow signs into Newry and then take the A2, through Warrenpoint, Kilkeel and onto Annalong. After passing the sign for the Harbour, you will see a large anchor at the next junction on your right. Take this road (Glassdrumman Rd) and Cornmill Quay is on the right.

From Belfast, follow directions to Newcastle. After travelling through Newcastle, continue southward, taking the A2 towards Annalong / Kilkeel. In Annalong, go left at the large anchor into Glassdrumman Road, and Cornmill Quay is on the right.

By Bus:

From Dublin, take bus northwards (Route 200) and at Newry station change bus to either - Kilkeel (route 39) and then take bus towards Newcastle (route 37) disembarking in Annalong

- or take bus from Newry to Newcastle(route 240) and then from Newcastle take bus to Annalong (route 37).

From Belfast, take bus to Kilkeel (Route 237/20/37) and disembark in Annalong

Fly to:

Belfast International Airport

Belfast City Airport

Dublin International Airport

Sail into:

Larne from Cairnryan or Fleetwood- P&O

Belfast from Liverpool-Norse Merchant ferries, from Stranraer-Stenaline, from Troon-Seacat, or from

Heysham- SeaCat

Dublin from Holyhead-Irish Ferries & StenaLine, or from Liverpool-Norse Merchant ferries

Rosslare from France, Pembroke and Fishguard- Brittany ferries, Irish ferries, P&O, StenaLine

Cork from France - Irish Ferries and Brittany Ferries


-all bedrooms are ensuite

-centrally-heated building

-spacious lounge with wood-burning stove,

color television

-kitchen area

-scenic views over Annalong Harbor and out         to the Irish sea

-communal kitchen and dining area

-laundry room

-drying room

-Conference room is available, with catering facilities accommodated (on request) in the spacious dining room, with its scenic views over Annalong’s historic old harbor to the Irish Sea and even the Isle of Man on a clear day!

Things To Do:

- Down County Museum

- St. Patrick’s Heritage Centre

- Downpatrick Railway Museum ,

- Downpatrick Cathedral and St.Patrick’s Grave

- Butterfly House Seaforde

- Exploris – Aquarium Portaferry

- Quoile Countryside Centre

- Dundrum Castle

- National Trust Property-Castleward

- Golf

- Kilkeel - Warrenpoint - Royal County Down -

- Newcastle - Downpatrick

-Sandy Beaches at Cranfield, Newcastle

- Murlough Nature Reserve and Tyrella

- Mapped Walks- Ulster Way,  Lecale Way

- Forests Parks - Castlewellan, Tollymore and Kilbroney

- Silent Valley Reservoir

- Horse riding

- Fishing- sea and fresh water

- Rock climbing

- (Indoor wall and outdoor activities)

- Outdoor Water Activity Centres-

- canoeing, sailing, bouldering

- Cocos Children’s Adventure

- Tropicana Newcastle- Outdoor fun pool

- Downpatrick Leisure Centre

- Kilkeel Leisure Centre

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