About Us

Amble In B&B, Newcastle, Co Down

Amble In is a family run bed and breakfast B&B, recently renovated luxury accommodation located In Bryansford Gardens.  This is a quiet area just off the main street in Newcastle at the foot of the Mourne Mountains which is an area of outstanding natural beauty. Situated on the shores of Dundrum Bay (Mourlough Bay) our establishment enjoys a panoramic view of the Mourne Mountains.

This 90 year old house has been tastefully redesigned and fully renovated to be eco friendly by the present owners to preserve it’s timeless character, atmosphere and charm and yet lends itself to modern day comforts.

All of our spacious bedrooms are en-suite with plasma TV’s, WiFi and tea and coffee making facilities.  We have a level access room with a wet room shower for the less able as well as off street parking, secure parking for bicycles/Motorcycles.

We cater for the sport and business person alike on long or short stays, couples, and families looking for a relaxing break or an activity weekend. Our central location ensures that you are close to all shops,  restaurants and within walking distance of the Slieve Donard Hotel and the Royal County Down golf course.

Our years of experience within the hospitality industry enables us to provide you with a quality service along with a warm and friendly welcome. We are proud of our 130 excellent reviews and our  5 star Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor.

 

Newcastle is one of the biggest jewels in Northern Ireland’s tourism crown. Nestled at the feet of the Mourne Mountains – immortalized in the famous ballad by Percy French “Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea” – is steeped in history and folklore. It was voted the best kept small town in Northern Ireland in 2010 and best kept town in Ireland 2011 it is a vibrant and popular seaside resort for young and old

The town proudly boasts an All-Ireland award winning promenade that epitomises Newcastle and its environs. It is also home to Royal County Down golf Course, one of the best known courses in the world, several hotels and Bed and Breakfast and numerous eating establishments.

Newcastle is also used as the gateway to the Mournes, one of the most popular & scenic areas in Ireland. The mountain range attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists every year and is packed with numerous natural phenomenon the Mourne Wall, Brandy Pad, The Silent Valley and other breath taking views.

The mountains are home to ravens, red grouse, peregrine falcons and are also an area of proposed special area of conservation and special scientific interests. Fulmars and black guillemots are another attraction from twitters as are the Manx Sheerwater and gannets that can be observed fishing out at sea.

The common lizard, the only reptile native to Ireland, has also been observed in the mountain range however Newcastle is best known for the world acclaimed Royal County Down golf course. The course regularly voted one of the top 5 courses in the world has hosted the British Senior Open, The Walker Cup, Irish Open and several other top competitions, it is also a popular haunt for the worlds top golfers who regularly play practice rounds there in preparation for bigger things.