Pheasants’ Hill was a small Ulster farmstead for over 165 years until it was rebuilt in the mid-’90s - and is now a comfortable country house on a seven-acre organic small-holding within sight of the Mourne Mountains. The property is in an area of outstanding natural beauty and, although very close to the road, it is otherwise an idyllic spot.
The bedrooms differ in character and outlook but are all comfortably furnished with generous beds and modern facilities; rooms at the back are quieter.
Breakfast is a major event and worth factoring in as a main meal in your day, including dry-cured bacon and home-made sausages made with their own free range Tamworth pork; vegetarians are also well catered for.
Farm & Farmshop:
Janis and Alan Bailey grow fruit using natural methods, and breed their rare breed animals. They also have a farm shop, as well as their main one at Comber, and their delicious rare breed meat, old fashioned dry cured hams and bacon, and additive free sausages.
Outside catering is also offered, by Pheasant's Hill Farm Kitchen ('good food - fast'), using only their own and other local artisan foods; hog roasts and barbecues are specialities.
Online shop - rare breed free range pork, bacon, lamb, beef, venison, rabbit & organic poultry sold.
Open Mon-Sat 9-6 & Sun 12-6. Delivery service available. Also farm shop & butchers shop in Comber, Mon-Sat 9-6.