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Suitable for: Couples, young families, romantic getaway, walkers and cyclists.
The ruins of a Cistercian abbey founded in 1193 by Affreca, wife of John de Courcy.
In medieval Ireland, abbeys had their own gardens, orchards, kitchen gardens and medicinal plants.
A short history walk through the village with audio app
Situated close to Mount Stewart House and Gardens, Pubs, Restaurant's, Beach in quiet rural village
Antiques and Art in Greyabbey, Co Down. One of Ireland's largest collections of Antique Shops.
A former coaching house with a cosy traditional atmosphere and log fire.
This antique shop owned by Jan Hollinger is situated in Greyabbey Antiques Centre.
This antiques shop is situated in Hoops Courtyard, in the centre of historic Greyabbey village.
18 Mar 2017 - 17 Jun 2017
A new monthly antiques, arts and craft fair on the 3rd Saturday of the month in historic Greyabbey.
Ballynester House enjoys a superb location with views across Strangford Lough.
Abbey Lodge is situated in a rural location with views over the countryside to Strangford Lough.
Suitable for: Couples, young families, romantic getaway, walkers and cyclists. 'Rose Cottage' is a pretty, traditional Irish cottage which dates back to 1860.
Grey Abbey, a Cistercian Abbey church and its living quarters were founded in 1193 by Affreca wife of John de Courcy, the Anglo-Norman invader of East Ulster.
In medieval Ireland, abbeys had their own gardens such as orchards, kitchen gardens and sometimes a physic garden. Filled with plants which were useful in one way or another in the treatment of illness, the physic garden was a valuable asset.
Family-run fully renovated and modernised mid-terrace house, originally built in the early 1800s and is typical of an Irish '2up 2down' of the period. Situated in a historic village in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the property has been ...
Established 25 years. Period Furniture, silver, linen, pictures, jewellery, 18th/19th century porcelain and glass. House clearances and items bought.
A former coaching house with a cosy traditional atmosphere and log fire in picturesque Greyabbey, just three miles from famous Mount Stewart house and gardens. Fine food catering for all tastes. Families especially welcome.
This antique shop owned by Jan Hollinger is situated in Greyabbey Antiques Centre, in the centre of historic Greyabbey village. It offers a wide range of items including home furnishings, china, crafts, Kenneth Turner collections, linens and art.
This antiques shop is situated in Hoops Courtyard, in the centre of historic Greyabbey village. It is owned by Derek Hayes and a wide range of antiques and other items area available including antique porcelain, silver, postcards and Irish art.
The historic village of Greyabbey is set for a new monthly antiques, arts and craft fair which will take place on March 18 and every third Saturday throughout April, May and June. Browse the antiques and handcrafted good and add to your collection.
Ballynester House enjoys a superb location with views across Strangford Lough. Rooms have robes, hairdryer, TV, clock radio and tea and coffee making facilities. Beside Mount Stewart (National Trust), it is ideally located for local tourism.
Abbey Lodge is situated in a rural location with views over the countryside to Strangford Lough. A perfect setting for a quiet break or conveniently situated to explore the many attractions in this area.
18 Mar 2017 - 17 Jun 2017