Copyright © 2014 the engine house. All Rights Reserved. Designed By iTech Solutions NI   Come to this luxury holiday home to relax and unwind. Located just 45 minutes from Belfast, situated in the coastal village of Dundrum "the engine house" which was converted from an original railway building is ideally placed to meet all your holiday needs.There is a spectacular view across the inner Dundrum Bay, the garden leads directly to the water and is accessible for swimming and perfect for viewing the outstanding, abundant wildlife. Dundrum village boasts a fine selection of restaurants and pubs and is close to Newcastle, Murlough Nature Reserve and the famous Mourne Mountains.  Tollymore and Castlewellan Forest Parks, the Spelga Dam and the Silent Valley Reservoir are all within easy reach. Local activities include hill walking, water sports, horse riding and fishing whilst Newcastle is home to the world famous Royal County Down Golf Club, recently voted the best links in the world. About Dundrum Dundrum translates from the Irish Dun Droma as fort of the ridge.  It is located 5 miles north of Newcastle.  Dundrum’s medieval castle, with its circular keep and massive walls, is set high on a hill overlooking the sea.  It was built shortly before 1210 on an earlier fortified earthwork.  The building was begun by John de Courcy and used to guard the land routes from Drogheda via Greencastle to Downpatrick.  Murlough nature reserve is situated between Dundrum and Newcastle and is owned by the National Trust.