EAST COAST ADVENTURE
East Coast Adventure Mountain Lodge
Stay in comfort on your next adventure
Disability access to all public areas is in place from both the front and rear entrances of the building, we are delighted to offer separate private disabled toilet & showers on the ground floor. We are also delighted to offer a large ensuite bedroom on the ground floor also with disabled facilities if you are staying with us.
East Coast Adventure Outdoor Centre is located on the Lower Knockbarragh Road, Rostrevor, Northern Ireland, BT34 3DP. Set in the beautiful Knockbarragh Valley 3.5 miles from Rostrevor Village with surrounding mountain views. It is the perfect location for a fun-packed or relaxing outdoor experience. Sleeping up to 33 people in 10 spacious bedrooms. We welcome singles, couples, groups, and families and offer a relaxing, cool venue for your apre-activity chill-out. Alternatively, you may like to take sole occupancy of the entire outdoor centre for your group.
Our location is perfect as a base for all our outdoor experiences whether visiting the Mourne Mountains or Mourne coastal area you’ll find plenty to do including, hiking, walking, outdoor activities, mountain biking and much more. We’re always delighted to help our visitors explore and give you suggestions of what to do and where to go.
Bike Hire is available onsite so you can explore the landscape around you or drop down into the local villages and towns.
Here are all the changes and measures we are putting into place to keep everything as safe as possible for everyone.
Arrival available from: 3.00pm
Check Out: 12.00pm
TRACK & TRACE
As part of the NHS Track & Trace we will be following the guidelines and to manage this risk, we will be collecting details and maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors on site.
We will collect the customer details through our online booking system Checkfront and asking all staff to sign in and out of work on arrival & departure.
We will hold records for 21 days. This reflects the incubation period for COVID-19 (which can be up to 14 days) and an additional 7 days to allow time for testing and tracing. After 21 days, this information should be securely disposed of or deleted. When deleting or disposing of data, you must do so in a way that does not risk unintended access (e.g. shredding paper documents and ensuring permanent deletion of electronic files).
Records which are made and kept for other business purposes do not need to be disposed of after 21 days. The requirement to dispose of the data relates to a record that is created solely for the purpose of NHS Test and Trace. All collected data, however, must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation and should not be kept for longer than is necessary.