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If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before then it’s time you came up to speed.
The Mitre Restaurant remains one of the finest restaurants in Northern Ireland.
Hidden away in rolling County Down countryside this 18th century flour mill.
A lot of time, care and passion is put into every dish so from pan to plate.
Justines has established itself as an excellent restaurant set in historic Downpatrick.
Open 12:00 -01:00 Monday to Sunday, Restaurant open Wednesday to Sunday.
Family run Restaurant,specialising in outside catering. Open 08:00 daily for Breakfast, Lunches etc.
The Bank Bar & Restaurant is located in the heart of Newry, directly across from the Town Hall.
Bar and Restaurant recently refurbished. Specialise in Fresh Foods.
The Pub on The Pier Donaghadee.
Centrally located in Banbridge Town and just off the main Newry to Belfast dual carriageway.
Maginns is a family run business now in its third generation dating back from 1919.
If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before then it’s time you came up to speed. Drumbo Park offers two action packed race nights every week and every one’s a winner.
The Mitre Restaurant remains one of the finest restaurants in Northern Ireland where guests enjoy food prepared by Paul McKnight, one of the country's leading chefs. It has received many coveted accolades, including an AA Rosette.
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.
Here at Vanilla we pride ourselves on using the freshest local ingredients to hand, a small percentage is even home grown.
Set in historic Downpatrick and adjacent to the Courthouse and within a few minutes stroll of Down Cathedral and the St. Patrick Centre.
Appropriately described as a 'fixture' in Bangor, County Down, Wolseys Bar & Restaurant has been a favourite meeting place for over 30 years. Wolsey's of Bangor is owned and operated by the Wolsey family.
Family run Restaurant,specialising in outside catering. Open 08:00 daily for breakfast, lunches, snacks etc. Tables may be reserved and many of our working patrons pre order their lunch to make the most of their lunch hour.
The Bank Bar is located in the heart of Newry, directly across from the Town Hall. When you visit you will find our bistro set in luxurious and comfortable surroundings. Relax and unwind while our warm and friendly staff take care of you.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Primrose. We guarantee our seasonal menus offer something for everybody.
The relaxed environment of the bistro provides the perfect opportunity to unwind and enjoy the hospitality and cuisine.
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.
Centrally located in Banbridge Town and just off the main Newry to Belfast dual carriageway. Built in 1816 the Old Georgian Coaching Inn retains the old world charm.
Situated at the lower end of the town, 'Maginn’s of Castlewellan' is definitely the hot spot in Castlewellan with local and new customers, coming far and wide to enjoy everything this refreshing bar complex has to offer.
Restaurants in Northern Ireland offer a wide range of child friendly facilities, from children’s menus to the provision of high chairs, changing facilties, activities and play areas. Here are some of the best.
County Down has it all – majestic mountains, a tranquil lough, pretty coastal villages and Michelin-rated restaurants. If you can only linger a while, here’s what you must see and do.
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.
Book a table at a Michelin-rated restaurant and you’re in for a gastronomic experience to remember; whether it’s fine dining for a special occasion or delicious feasts that don’t break the bank. Here’s a handy guide to all the Michelin star and
They say the jewel in County Down’s crown is the Mountains of Mourne sweeping down to the sea. True, yet there are many more hidden gems to explore. Here are a few that are sure to charm.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Mournes is home to Northern Ireland’s highest mountain peak, Slieve Donard, and is said to have inspired C.S. Lewis’s magical world of Narnia. Ideal for outdoor pursuits, from walking and cycling to more extreme
Patrick was born in northern Roman Britain around 387, yet more than 1,600 years later, a multitude of historical associations, myths, legends and stories about him still exist in the land that he converted and loved.
Discover more passions ignited.
Northern Ireland has some wonderful dog-friendly restaurants, pubs and bars. We know pets are part of the family, so we've got a list of the bars and eateries that will welcome your furry friend just as warmly as you.
There’s something quite magical about Northern Irish seaside towns, especially when we are fortunate enough to enjoy a great spell of weather. Childhood memories of ice cream, pony rides, face painting and the smell of fish and chips all come roaring
From mountain top to sandy shore, hidden gems proliferate around the highways and byways of the Mourne Mountains.
Looking for somewhere different to whisk your other half away? Northern Ireland is famed for its lakes and perhaps the most romantic of all is Lough Erne; a lake that weaves its way through the spectacular County Fermanagh.
Here, it will just be you,