Greyabbey Antiques combines an antique shop ranging from Georgian to Edwardian pieces including furniture, china, silver and jewellery and an art gallery. We have a wide range of affordable Irish art both traditional and contemporary with both established and upcoming artists.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Opening times:Summer - Tuesday - Saturday 11.30am - 5pm
Winter - Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 11.30am - 5pm
Location / Directions
East of Greyabbey village, the Abbey is the first example of Gothic architecture in Ireland, founded in 1193 by Affreca, daughter of Godfred, King of the Isle of Man and wife of John De Courcy, as a thanksgiving for surviving a rough sea crossing to Ireland. Sir Bryan O’Neill burned the Abbey in 1570 to stop the English using it as a defence. The Montgomery family acquired the ruin in the mid-17th century and still resides in the abbey grounds (see Greyabbey House). The Abbey is set in beautiful park land with car parking facilities adjacent. The Physic Garden is an added attraction in the summer. There is also a small visitor centre.Head east on Newtownards Rd/?A20 toward Abbey Close
Continue to follow A20
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Main St/?A20
Destination will be on the left
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