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Traditional Irish Cottage, cosy living room with black slate fireplace.Sleeps 4. Garden BBQ & walks.
Spacious,luxurious Irish Cottage,3 bedrooms sleeping 7. Large garden with Mourne Mountains view. BBQ
Irish Cottage retaining original features. Spacious living areas. Bath with shower. Cottage garden.
This restored 18th-century Gaol makes an ideal day out for tourists, families, groups and schools.
We invite you to explore the Quoile Pondage Nature Reserve situated on the outskirts of Downpatrick.
Quaint rural cottage situated in St. Patrick's Country. Luxury stone cottage dating back to ...
Amazing views, spacious and full of character- perfect base for families or a group of friends.
Set in the heartlands of St. Patrick's country.
Characterful cottage, full of original features, with a wood burning stove for cosy nights in.
A listed building dating from 1642, steeped in history within walking distance of key historic sites
Situated ½ mile from Strangford village, 7 miles from Downpatrick on the road to Strangford
Traditional Irish Cottage built from local field stone c.1700. Cosy living room with black slate fireplace,flag stoned floor. Kitchen/dining. Spacious shower room. Reclaimed wooded floors and ceilings. Tranquil rural location beside Ballydugan Lake.
Spacious, luxurious Irish Cottage sleeping 7 Living room spanned by original rafters featuring open fire place.Wooden floors. Two bedrooms ensuite with third across from bathroom with free standing cast iron bath. Large garden with Mountain view. BBQ
Restored 18th century cottage retaining original features. 1 bedroom, sleeps 2. Spacious living room, wooden ceilings & floors, open fire & optional Irish press bed for 2. Kitchen/dining with original handmade brick fireplace. BBQ at rear. Farm walks
Down County Museum is located in the old county Gaol of Down. It houses fascinating exhibitions on the history of Down as well as restored cells with life-size figures of prisoners and their gaolers.
The Reserve provides a relaxing natural retreat and offers visitors tranquil riverside and woodland walks.
Quaint rural cottage situated in St. Patrick's Country. Luxury stone cottage dating back to 1880's. Ideal base to explore the Mourne region or Strangford Lough. Onsite facilities include disabled access.
This lovely cottage accommodates six people very comfortably. Large open plan living room with cosy wood burning stove and a great view from every window. Walks in the country start from the front door. Close to beautiful Strangford Lough.
Set in the heartlands of St. Patrick the Mill Barn is a distinctive and luxurious four star self catering cottage, part of the old mill village of Tobermoney and adjacent to Mill Cottage.
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.
Denvir's is steeped in history and is the perfect setting for a drink, a bite to eat or an overnight stay in the heart of Downpatrick. The atmosphere is warm and friendly with plenty of craic so don't be afraid to join in.We hope to welcome you soon.
Situated ½ mile from Strangford village, 7 miles from Downpatrick on the road to Strangford. Entrance signposted from Downpatrick.
The Park is situated on an 840 acre National Trust Estate.
Whether you want to celebrate or seek reflection, St. Patrick's Day is one of the best times for getting out and about in Northern Ireland. Events change annually and there is always a huge variety of activities to take part in, so make sure to
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.
From magical narrow gauge trips to full-on steam train excursions, tracking down great railway experiences in Northern Ireland is a definite boiler stoker. All aboard the golden age of travel!
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.
Step into one of Northern Ireland’s many museums and you’ll emerge smarter, happier and more inspired.
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.
Follow the Saint Patrick’s Trail through a host of Christian sites at Bangor, the Ards Peninsula, Downpatrick, Newry and Armagh to uncover just how strong Northern Ireland’s links are with this patron saint. The 92 mile linear driving route links 15
Understanding the past helps make better sense of the present, and learning about it can be great fun. Seek out these collections, exhibitions, knowledge and stories all over Northern Ireland to shine a light on yesteryear.
Northern Ireland is home to some of the most spectacular beaches in Europe. The naturally stunning formations of the coastline provide long stretches of golden sand and impressive sand dunes.
Northern Ireland has a long and rich Christian heritage which is enshrined in our abbeys, monasteries and churches, while the St. Patrick’s Trail will take you on a journey through a host of Christian sites all with strong links to this patron saint