Marlagh Lodge has three spacious bedrooms.
Although guests may prefer to relax with a good book (each room has its own bookcase)
the little "essentials" of 21st Century life are still there - discreet TVs and Wi-Fi internet access.
Our bathrooms are full of luxurious little goodies from fluffy towels and bathrobes
to indulgent lotions and potions, guaranteed to make you feel truly pampered!
The Blue Room with its king-sized Victorian cast iron four-poster is especially popular.
The ensuite bathroom has a rolltop bath and an interesting mahogany-framed blue sink dating from the 1920s.
The Chintz Room
with its restful aquamarine and cream colour scheme...
has traditional furnishings
with a contemporary twist,
a king-sized bed
and a spacious ensuite shower room.
The Print Room
has cream and brass beds - a double and a single so it makes an excellent Family Room-
and is populated by cherubs!
Its private bathroom (with more cherubs!)
is just across the private landing
and has both a bath and a shower.
The Drawing Room
is full of books, interesting objets and photographs.
We’re particularly interested in Ireland’s country houses,
including those that are now in a state of ruin,
so there's plenty to browse through on that subject.
Marlagh Lodge is very much a musician's home and those of a similar bent are welcome to play the piano!
There are also some interesting old photos, including our ‘before, during and after’ collection
which charts Marlagh Lodge’s journey from decaying wreck to elegant home!
Breakfast at Marlagh Lodge
will certainly set you up for the day!
There’s fruit, fresh bread, cereals and muesli to start off with,
and goodies such as ‘Marlagh Lodge Tummy Warmer’ -
creamy porridge with Bushmills whiskey, brown sugar and cream.
Of course, we only use the best ingredients in our Ulster Fry - local sausages and bacon,
traditional soda bread and potato bread and local free range eggs
- sometimes from our own resident hens.
The Courtyard and Gardens
When we bought Marlagh back in 2003 the courtyard was just a gravel yard and the house was surrounded by unkempt lawns.
The gardens are a work in progress but they are really maturing nicely.
The courtyard is a real suntrap on sunny days - yes, we get lots of those in Northern Ireland -
and in the front gardens there are lots of places to sit and relax with a cup of coffee or a cold drink and a good book!
You may be joined on your steamer chair
by Elsie or Korma (our hens)
or Septimus, Lily or Miss Toot (our trio of cats).
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