The Oystercatcher


⏰ 0:00 - 24:00

💵 €80 - €110

🌏 2 Victoria Square, Rostrevor BT34 3EU Northern Ireland (View map)

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Room type

  • Non-smoking rooms

  • Family rooms

Number of rooms


About us

Welcome to The Oystercatcher, your Rostrevor “home away from home.” The Oystercatcher aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV and a seating area, and you can stay connected during your stay as The Oystercatcher offers guests free wifi.

The guest house features outdoor furniture, a sun terrace, and baggage storage. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Travelers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to The Old School House. Otherwise, you may want to check out a cafe such as Synge and Byrne.

Looking to explore? Then look no further than Good Craic Gifts and Souvenirs (0.3 mi), which is a popular Rostrevor attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the guest house.

The Oystercatcher puts the best of Rostrevor at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
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⏳ 07-2021

Absolutely Lovely

This is a fantastic B&B. We loved the location and we were delighted by the elegant and cosy atmosphere of our room. The food is delicious and guests can use a charming raised terrace which has a stunning view of the lough and the Narnia-esque beauty of Rostrevor. Pasqualina and Stefano are wonderful hosts.
Liz P
⏳ 07-2021


What a gem of a place. Pasqualina & Stefano couldn't do enough for us, they are a lovely warm friendly couple. The Oystercatcher is just across from the beach, room was very comfortable with a large en suite bathroom. Only 5mins from pubs & restuarants.
Declan K
⏳ 06-2021

Pure class.

I am just back from a few days mountain biking in the Mourne mountains with my son & we had the privilege of staying @ The Oystercatcher. We were also very fortunate to have had 3 glorious sunny, warm, dry days. This is without doubt the best guesthouse accommodation I have ever stayed in. The hosts simply welcomed us into their home & could not have be nicer, but not alone that, they are extremely professional. The rooms are delightful, immaculately cleaned & comfortable. The home cooked breakfast was delicious, especially the poached eggs. We also dined on 1 of the evenings & again the food was delicious & cooked to perfection. The views from every corner of the Oystercatcher are breathtaking. The location is perfect, for whatever your planning on doing if visiting the area. You can even go for a dip in the Irish sea, literally just across the road. Thanks to Pasqualina and Stefano for helping to make our short trip so memorable & enjoyable. We will be back as soon as possible. …
Graham S
⏳ 02-2020

Superb B&B with a genuine welcome.

Beautiful location on edge of Carlingford Lough. Very welcoming, friendly and helpful owners. Pasqualina and Stefano made me feel at home and definitely went the extra few miles, (Pasqualina very kindly dropped me into Warrenpoint for the evening). My double aspect room had great views over the Lough. Large, comfortable clean and quiet room. Lovely breakfast. Would have loved to stayed longer, and I will definitely stay again and sample Stefano's quisine. Larger hotels just can't come close to this level of service.
⏳ 12-2019

I felt like I was staying with friends

I was visiting the Mournes and booked the Oystercatcher. I received a message from the owner mentioning that they were having a "gourmet evening" if I would like to eat there, but I couldn't as I wasn't free that evening. Normally I avoid breakfasts at hotels but the aromas coming from the kitchen (for the gourmet evening I guess) made me change my mind. When I got back late that evening the guests had already eaten, but the host and hostess asked me if I'd like to join the other guests for desert and a glass of wine. Which I did. The desert was delicious and the live music was wonderful - americana folk music from the southern states. It felt a bit visiting friends or cousins actually. The room was cosy and everything was very neat and tidy and I even got to see that lovely view over Carlingford Lough. The breakfast the next morning was everything the aromas from the evening before had promised it would be. I had a great visit and thoroughly enjoyed talking to the hosts - a lovely couple. I would certainly stay here again. …
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