Blackwell House Review

Blackwell House Review
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Blackwell House Review

33 Mullabrack Road Scarva

Banbridge

BT63 6BP

Blackwell House

Hotel Description

Blackwell House Review – A warm welcome awaits you in this luxurious 5 guesthouse nestling in the rolling countryside bordering Co-Down and Co-Armagh. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of our wonderful garden from a quiet spot in the Garden Room or sink into a comfy sofa in front of a blazing fire in the Sitting Room where you can forget about the world outside. Enjoy a good nights sleep in any of the individually decorated bedrooms each with comfy super king beds complimented with luxurious bedding wide screen LCD TV and beautiful modern on suite bathrooms. We love our food & cooking and we provide our guests with a three course seasonal menu using the best of local award winning products and the freshest of eggs from our own hens in the meadow and herbs from our garden. We offer an extensive buffet including home cooked Granola Irish Breads Preserves and Bottled Fruit. Joyce makes hot food to order on the Aga Stove including the traditional Ulster Cooked Breakfast with award winning sausages and bacon and of course our Blackwell House hens provide you with freshly laid eggs. Complimentary Cream Tea On arrival (between 3.00 and 4.00pm) br / br / Tuck into scrumptious hot freshly baked scones with lashings of fresh Irish cream and homemade raspberry or strawberry preserves. br / br / Things to do close by (all around 30 minutes or less) br / br / Shopping at the Banbridge Outlet centre or Belfast city centre Walking Golfing Hiking Cycling Mountain Biking Fishing Sight Seeing Mountain Climbing Go Karting Swimming the list is endless and we can help you plan your itinerary. br / br / On our doorstep our guests have the opportunity to explore the Canal towpath which abounds with interesting stories of yesteryear guaranteed to fascinate any traveller. br / br / Or if you would like to learn to cook your own Pancakes or Irish Soda Bread on Great Aunt Maggie s 100 year old Griddle – just book a lesson with Joyce. Nothing is too much trouble for Steve and Joyce – you just have to ask.

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Hotel Star Rating

5*G

Hotel Accreditor

Irish Tourism board

Cancelation Policy

Facilities

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wake Up Call Available;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

Check-in Time:

15:00

Check-out Time:

10:30

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Directions

Gilford – Road: From Portadown – Gilford: At the round-a-bout at the Banbridge end of Gilford take the turning towards Tandragee and Scarva. In a few hundred metres take the first turning to the left sign posted Tandragee and Scarva travel a few hundred metres and branch to the left onto the Drumiller road (sign posted to Loughbrickland) travel for 1/4 mile and turn right into Mullabrack Road. Travel for approximately 1/2 a mile and you will see Blackwell House on the righthand side of the road. br/ br/ Newry – A1 – Road: Travel on the A1 from Newry to Belfast and after approximately 7 miles take the first turning into Loughbrickland/A51. Travel through Loughbrickland and take a fork to the left onto Legananny Rd/Scarva St. continue along this road for approximately 3 miles until you reach Scarva travel through Scarva and continue on the same road towards Gilford approximately 1 mile out of Scarva turn right onto the Mullabrack Road and continue up the hill travelling about 1/2 a mile where you will find us. br/ br/ Banbridge – Road: Take the road out of Banbridge to Scarva and continue until you come to the junction onto the Gilford Road (approx 4 miles) turn right towards Gilford and travel for approx 1 mile and turn right onto the Mullabrack Road. Travel for approx 1/2 a mile where you will find Blackwell House on your left hand side of the road.

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Pros

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Iron And Board In Each Room;Wake Up Call Available;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

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