Excavations carried out in Davy's revealed a drainage channel (or 'group' in Ulster-Scots), indicating that it may have been a 'byre cottage' in years gone by.
Accommodation: This is based around the traditional Irish cottage kitchen where, in days gone by, all the family activities went on with the big turf-burning hearth as the focal point. Off the kitchen is the kitchenette with electric cooker, microwave oven, fridge-freezer and even dishwasher.
Double bedroom with traditional iron bed; twin bedroom styled on the recessed box beds commonly found in the cottages of Ireland. Full-size upper bunks can be fitted to allow this bedroom to accommodate up to four little people ; bathroom includes bath with shower.