The Perfect Romantic Getaway
Located in the heart of picturesque County Down, with its necklace of pretty fishing villages, Tyrella is a fine 18th century house surrounded by glorious wooded parkland with its own Polo Ground and Equestrian Cross Country Courses all used for major competitions. After a day visiting the National Trust’s Mount Stewart Garden or walking on its own private beach, come home to Tyrella’s tranquillity, open fires and a delicious dinner cooked by David himself an accomplished cook; a perfect romantic getaway.
Tyrella House in County Down is a fine Regency bow-ended house, with Wyatt windows and a handsome classical porch, that has been home to the Corbett family for many years. The present house was built on at right angles to an earlier Queen Anne gable ended house and on the other Gable is an Arts and Crafts addition.
Gardeners and lovers of architecture can visit the many National Trust houses and gardens nearby at Castleward, Castlewellan, Mount Stewart, Rowallane and Tollymore, all with easy reach.
In addition to the wonderful seabirds on its own beach. migratory birds can be seen at Castle Espie Wildfowl Reserve on Strangford Lough. Trout fishing can be arranged locally and golfers have a wide choice of courses and links while the Royal County Down is just down the road at Newcastle.
Check In: 17:00 (5:00pm) - 21:00 (9:00pm) (arrivals may be allowed outside this window if your travel plans can't be adjusted however this is subject to availability)
Check Out: Before 11:00 (11:00am)