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Comfortable accommodation for groups in a unique barn conversion near beautiful Strangford Lough.
Built as a School house in 1804, this is a delightful white walled cottage.
Dunsey Beag, a 19th century farm outbuilding, has been sympathetically converted into a two ...
Carraig Dunsey is situated in 5 acres of mature gardens and fields overlooking Strangford Lough.
The Beach House is spacious 4* self-catering accommodation with stunning sea views, private ...
Kilclief Castle was built between 1413 and 1441, reputedly by John Sely, bishop of Down.
A unique property with stunning unrivalled & uninterrupted views over Strangford Lough.
Cloghy Rocks is a wonderful location as a number of seals are often spotted here.
Guest accommodation situated on Shore Road.
Characterful cottage, full of original features, with a wood burning stove for cosy nights in.
Comfy bunks, hot showers, a well- equipped kitchen, a large dining/ sitting room with squishy sofas and a wood- burning stove - lit for your arrival. Self-cater or arrange outside catering - the choice is yours. Stay for one night or longer.
Built in 1804, this delightful white walled cottage, with private south facing garden is the perfect retreat for two people. Full of character with cosy wood burning stove it is within easy access of historic Strangford Village and Castle Ward.
Dunsey Beag, a 19th century farm outbuilding, has been sympathetically converted into a two bedroom dwelling (accommodating a maximum 6 people) overlooking Strangford Lough. Situated in 5 acres of mature gardens adjacent to Carraig Dunsey House ...
Carraig Dunsey is situated in 5 acres of mature gardens and fields overlooking Strangford Lough with views of the Mourne Mountains.
A peaceful, quiet and unspoilt location ideal for stargazing and recharging your batteries!
The Beach House is spacious 4* self-catering accommodation with stunning sea views, private off-road parking and a large garden with access to a sandy beach. Sleeps 8: 2 double bedrooms, 2 twin. Two bathrooms. (One bathroom and one bedroom ...
Kilclief Castle was built between 1413 and 1441, reputedly by John Sely, bishop of Down. This makes it the earliest datable tower-house in County Down and is often used to date other tower-houses in the County.
A unique property with stunning unrivalled & uninterrupted views over Strangford Lough. One mile from beautiful Strangford Village, National Trust property (Castleward) and ferry to Portaferry. Perfect for sea, wildlife, country and fishing.
Cloghy Rocks is a wonderful location as a number of seals are often spotted here. There are a lot of different habitats which makes this area home to a variety of small shellfish and worms.
Guest accommodation situated on Shore Road, 1.5 miles outside the picturesque village of Strangford described as a bijou seaside bedsit retreat giving views from every room of Strangford Lough and out to the Irish Sea.
Converted from an eighteenth century stable and cart house into a very comfortable, well equipped and environmentally friendly holiday cottage. It will sleep five people in two bedrooms with some flexibility between double and single.