This project involved the conversion of a 200 year old stone farm building into a high-quality, self-catering cottage, preserving many of the qualities of the existing building.
Greer Lowe of Slievemoyle Cottages already co-owned four self-catering cottages, but was so popular that he was having to turn away considerable numbers of hopeful guests. As part of this project he has since converted a nearly farm building, which is in close proximity to local attractions, in a historically sympathetic way. The cottage now offers high-quality, self-catering accommodation.
The funding awarded was used for: