A little about Nutgrove House
Nutgrove House dates from the 1700’s but the present two storey house is from the 1830’s and may include parts of the original house.
The estate had a large 4 or 5 storey cornmill and the farm supplied dairy products to Downpatrick and the surrounding area. The cornmill ceased to operate in the 1950’s and was demolished in the 1970’s but the millrace remains and it is pleasant to walk by it through the ferns and trees to the lake where you can fish for trout.
The gardens are large and beautiful to walk in, sit in or play croquet and tennis if you wish.
If you are travelling with dogs or horses we can provide kennelling and stables, but please ask about these when making your accommodation booking with us.
We are providing two ensuite bedrooms, one twin and one double, and if necessary a camp bed could be added to the twin room at a small charge.
Everything we supply is top quality from the welcome, rooms and breakfast to the goodbye and we hope you will be so pleased that you will return to us again and again!