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Traditional Irish Cottage, cosy living room with black slate fireplace.Sleeps 4. Garden BBQ & walks.
Irish Cottage retaining original features. Spacious living areas. Bath with shower. Cottage garden.
Spacious,luxurious Irish Cottage,3 bedrooms sleeping 7. Large garden with Mourne Mountains view. BBQ
This premises has eleven ensuite bedrooms, a fine dining restaurant and bistro.
The recent conversion of the Granary houses additional accommodation.
Hidden away in rolling County Down countryside this 18th century flour mill.
Quaint rural cottage situated in St. Patrick's Country. Luxury stone cottage dating back to ...
Six screens, Sony Digital 4K projection, free cark park, home-made popcorn, loyalty scheme.
Family run home in a quiet cul-de-sac within walking distance of the town.
Dine out with a spectacular view at Downpatrick’s only roof top terrace with a stunning garden.
Travel back to the past with real vintage steam trains through St. Patrick's Country.
1 May 2017 - 29 May 2017
Downpatrick & County Down Railway
Downpatrick and County Down Railway - May Day and May Spring Bank Holiday Steam Trains
Traditional Irish Cottage built from local field stone c.1700. Cosy living room with black slate fireplace,flag stoned floor. Kitchen/dining. Spacious shower room. Reclaimed wooded floors and ceilings. Tranquil rural location beside Ballydugan Lake.
Restored 18th century cottage retaining original features. 1 bedroom, sleeps 2. Spacious living room, wooden ceilings & floors, open fire & optional Irish press bed for 2. Kitchen/dining with original handmade brick fireplace. BBQ at rear. Farm walks
Spacious, luxurious Irish Cottage sleeping 7 Living room spanned by original rafters featuring open fire place.Wooden floors. Two bedrooms ensuite with third across from bathroom with free standing cast iron bath. Large garden with Mountain view. BBQ
This premises has eleven ensuite bedrooms, a fine dining restaurant and bistro. The building is one with a long history having been built in 1792 as a flour mill, it has now been restored to its ancient glory.
The recent conversion of the Granary houses additional accommodation comprising sets of two double bedrooms with an added expansive communal living area, ideal for larger parties or groups.
Hidden away in rolling County Down countryside outside Downpatrick, Noel Killen has achieved his childhood dream to own and restore this 18th century flour mill.
Quaint rural cottage situated in St. Patrick's Country. Luxury stone cottage dating back to 1880's. Ideal base to explore the Mourne region or Strangford Lough. Onsite facilities include disabled access.
Eclipse Cinemas Downpatrick have six screens, over 1,000 capacity and free car parking. All digital screens equipped with Sony 4K technology, surround sound with Luxury American Rocker Seats. Loyalty scheme rewards customers, home-made popcorn.
Formerly Hillside B&B on Scotch Street, host Judy Murray has developed another successful family run bed and breakfast situated in the heart of Downpatrick.
Dine out with a spectacular view at Downpatrick’s only roof top terrace with a stunning garden backdrop.
Enjoy the finest freshly cooked food using the finest local ingredients in Downpatrick’s hidden gem.
Travel back to the past with real vintage steam trains through St. Patrick's Country, over the River Quoile and under the graceful Down Cathedral to peaceful ruins of Inch Abbey.
Downpatrick & County Down Railway - May Bank Holidays, Monday 1st May and 29th May 2017
1 May 2017 - 29 May 2017
Downpatrick, BT30 6LZ, Northern Ireland