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On the doorstep of Hillsborough Castle, just 15 minutes from Belfast and 80 minutes from Dublin.
Opened in 1976 the Cheshire Cat is a treasure trove of traditional toys and gifts for all the family
An undulating ride between Hillsborough and Moira.
A ride with little or no flat bits in County Down between Hillsborough and The Temple.
Enjoyable walk through the historic Hillsborough Castle Gardens
Take a step back in history and view this 17th century artillery fort, set in beautiful grounds.
The combination of café, grill and bar makes it the perfect experience.
The Courthouse was originally a Georgian market house built before 1765.
17 Jun 2017
You are invited to an event usually reserved for VIP guests! Join in on Saturday 17 June for ...
A former Market House, the 18th century Georgian style Courthouse is situated amongst a range of ...
This is a famous family owned pub with an outstanding reputation for hospitality and atmosphere.
Set on the doorstep of Hillsborough Castle, just 15 minutes from Belfast and 80 minutes from Dublin, this cosy and charming self catering property is the ideal place for your break in Ireland.
Cheshire Cat is a traditional toyshop selling everything from pocket money items to doll's houses. In the same store is Trio a gift shop selling carefully chosen gifts. New stock arrives all through the year.
This ‘lumpy’ ride linking Hillsborough and Moira is rewarding in places with great views over the Lagan Valley and Belfast Hills whilst following in the footsteps of the Marquis of Downshire.
A challenging but rewarding ride through ‘Drumlin Country’ with lots of short climbs and descents between rivers and small lakes.
The combination of café, grill and bar makes it the perfect experience, with its cool surroundings, great food and drinks that will blow your mind. Retro café offers a wide selection of fabulous food and caters for families and large parties.
The Courthouse was originally a Georgian market house built before 1765. It was used as a courthouse from 1810 with the Grand Jury meeting in the Upper room. The building is now used for exhibitions and functions and has limited wheelchair access.
You are invited to an event usually reserved for VIP guests! Join in on Saturday 17 June for this iconic royal tradition. At precisely 12pm the Royal Irish Brigade will fire a 21 gun salute in honour of HRM Queen Elizabeth II, who in February...
A former Market House, the 18th century Georgian style Courthouse is situated amongst a range of Georgian town houses in the square. The court-room and building is now home to an exhibition on law in Ireland. Admission is free.
This is a famous family owned pub with an outstanding reputation for hospitality, atmosphere and fantastic food.
17 Jun 2017