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As from the 19th of November 2018 Ballydugan Cottages will no longer be available for tourism. We wish to thank all our guests, many of whom have returned again, for your custom.
With best wishes,
Jeannie and Jim
Jim and Jeanie Morrison, well known in the dairy farming fraternity, have restored a row of 18th century traditional, well constructed, Irish cottages, preserving their heritage and providing ideal holiday cottages.
Ballydugan self catering cottages are situated in Ballydugan, two miles from Downpatrick, County Down, the reputed burial place of St. Patrick and close to the village of Saul, where the patron saint of Ireland first landed in his coracle in 432 AD.
Enjoy self catering accommodation in traditional Irish cottages at Ballydugan Cottages, Downpatrick County Down.
Jeannie Morrison, had to make a decision on the future of the cottages, at Ballydugan near Downpatrick, entrusted to her by the family. The unusual quality of the cottages at Ballydugan is the way they form a “clachan” or cluster of dwellings on either side of a narrow road.