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The Manor House is an historical house in the centre of the picturesque seaside town of Donaghadee.
Established in 1611 Grace Neill's is in the Guiness Book of Records as the oldest pub in Ireland.
Bluedot Antiques is based in the seaside town of Donaghadee, County Down.
Relax on our comfy sofas and look at the panoramic sea view.
Small family run bed and breakfast, a home from home.
3 Sep 2017
Step back through the ages as you are led around the history-rich town of Donaghadee.
The Pub on The Pier Donaghadee.
Pier 36 overlooking Donaghadee harbour stands in a unique, picturesque location.
Lunches and snacks.
The Governor Rocks is situated on the Parade, Donaghadee.
2 Shore Street, Donaghadee is situated in the heart of the historical town of Donaghadee.
The Manor House is an historical house in the centre of the small picturesque seaside town of Donaghadee and is 20 miles (40 minute drive) from the centre of Belfast City.
Offering a safe haven from both the weather and the hustle and bustle of modern life, Grace Neill's is the perfect spot for some award winning food, a welcome drink with friends or some old-world character and charm to feed the imagination.
Bluedot Antiques is based in the seaside town of Donaghadee. The stock in Bluedot Antiques is ever changing and wide ranging from Irish silver; antique and modern jewellery to furniture, Victorian and Edwardian. All stock sourced locally.
Relax on our comfy sofas and look at the panoramic sea view. In fact you can have dinner here or go to bed and still look at the sea. The house has been newly decorated and furnished throughout offering clean, modern accommodation.
Small family run bed and breakfast, a home from home. Three minute walk to Donaghadee town centre, pubs and seafront. 30 minutes from George Best Belfast City Airport and 40 minutes from Belfast. All toiletries provided.
Step back through the ages as you are led around the history-rich town of Donaghadee. Discover the stories behind the buildings and hear how Hugh Montgomery and his followers arrived at the harbour in 1606 and helped shape the town it is today.
The Pub On The Pier at Donaghadee, winners of The Best Ulster Welcome and Seafood Pub Of The Year, serving tasty bar snacks all day with fresh fish, delicious local beef, pork, lamb and game for lunch and dinner.
Pier 36 overlooking Donaghadee harbour stands in a unique, picturesque location and enjoys an outstanding reputation as one of Ireland’s finest pub and restaurant.
Food Available 08:30 to 15:30. Coffee/teas and sweets, breakfast, lunches, snacks, speciality teas, coffee. Home made desserts and sweet things. Childrens menu and special diets catered for.
The Governor Rocks is situated on the Parade, Donaghadee, with panoramic views over the Copeland Islands and Scotland. Serving the best of local produce, seven days a week, from the sea, the fields and sky.
2 Shore Street, Donaghadee is situated in the heart of the historical town of Donaghadee in County Down which is approximately 20 miles from Belfast and 6 miles from Bangor. The house itself is an old character property.
3 Sep 2017