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For an entertaining night out pop along to D Mulholland On The Square.
Whilst you visit you can enjoy great tea & coffee, milkshakes, smoothies, frappes, with homemade ...
Dromore Mound (also known as Dromore Motte and Bailey).
Situated in the historic market town of Dromore guests will receive a warm welcome.
Start at the Railway Viaduct in Dromore Park.
Delightful Georgian country house very conveniently located close to main Belfast/Dublin road.
Newly refurbished, self-contained, open-plan hideaway in beautiful rural County Down.
For an entertaining night out pop along to D Mulholland On The Square pub where you will find regular quizzes, karaoke and great live music. The laid back and comfortable environment makes it popular with locals and visitors alike.
There’s a good vibe to this coffee shop in Dromore, from the warm welcome as soon as walk in, through the excellent coffee and home-baked scones to knowing that by having a cuppa here you’re helping a good cause in the community.
Dromore Mound or Dromore Motte and Bailey as it is commonly known is the best preserved and most impressive Anglo-Norman motte and bailey structure in Ulster. It was built by Sir John de Courcy after the Norman Conquest in the 13th Century.
Situated in the historic market town of Dromore guests will receive a warm welcome to 23 @ Hillsborough Road B & B. Upon arrival guests will be able to enjoy a welcoming cup of tea/coffee along with home baking.
This is an interesting 5 mile self guided, mainly on road walk, in and around the historic town of Dromore, taking in some very pleasant countryside. The town dates back to the 6th century when St. Colman founded a monastery near the site of the present day Cathedral Church.
Delightful Georgian country house very conveniently located close to main Belfast/Dublin road. Set in large, mature gardens its facilities include a comfortable drawing room and bedrooms with TV and tea and coffee making facilites.
Newly refurbished, self-contained, open-plan hideaway in beautiful rural County Down, conveniently close to A1, 30 mins from Belfast, 80 minutes from Dublin. Perfect base for exploring Ireland, walking in the Mourne Mountains, ‘Game of Thrones’ tours