Charming and stylish two-bed cottage in Northern Ireland’s heartland
Robeth Cottage is a cosy, beautifully designed, holiday home nestled in a peaceful location set against the breathtaking Co Tyrone rural backdrops.
Sleeping four, the property includes one bathroom and two bedrooms, with a double bed in the main bedroom and two singles in the second bedroom, ideal for a family or small group of friends, or for couples looking for a romantic getaway or weekend break.
Finished to an extremely high spec, the smart kitchen, dining and living areas take in a range of facilities to make for a comfortable, fuss-free stay, including a grill, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. The Smart TV (including satellite channels) and DVD player provide ample entertainment, while an elegant fireplace offers both style and warmth. For those who get really chilly, there’s also central heating that warms the home throughout and makes it extra comfortable.
The outdoor space is plentiful, with a private courtyard at the rear of the property providing the perfect setting for a spot of al fresco dining. The courtyard leads onto a grassed, landscape garden, which can be used for sunbathing, playing games or even a night out camping for the little ones!
Robeth Cottage booking and availability
- Weekend (2 nights) £200 – £295
- Week (7 nights) £350 – £475
- Other Options Available Contact us
- Check-in is from 3 pm
- Departure is by 11 am
There is free WiFi throughout the property, while high quality linens (bedding and towels) are provided. There’s also a parking space for extra convenience.
The historic village of Aughnacloy is just two miles from the cottage while many of the most popular sights of the Northern Irish region are within easy reach of the property including both the capital city of Belfast (under one hour by car) and Dublin, which also makes for a comfortable day trip.
Please refer to our around the area page for a full list of the area’s highlights. Please note that Robeth Cottage is a no-smoking, pet-free property that is unfortunately not accessible by wheelchair.
See inside Robeth Cottage