Kingsmills thatched farm cottage has been the residence of the McReynolds family since 1743. The cottage is situated in the heart of rural Mid-Ulster between the villages of Coagh and Stewartstown and has Rosie's house as its neighbour.
In 1798 members of the United Irishmen held meetings in the roofspace of the thatched cottage, in a room called the darkroom, and Eliza McReynolds married Henry Joy McCrackens brother who was also a prominent member of the United Irishmen.
Our cottages are unique in style and are in close proximity to the Sperrin Mountains and Lough Neagh, making Kingsmills Cottages the perfect location for either a quiet relaxed holiday, or a more adventurous one with hillwalking, fishing, golf and many other activities.
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Irelande du Nord