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Owned by the National Trust, it is a picturesque village, composed of whitewashed cottages.
These ruined churches are situated one and a half miles north east of Portaferry.
The graveyard is situated within a former rath, or ringfort, an enclosure of the first millennium.
Guided walking and coach tours on the heritage of the Ards Peninsula. Private tours available.
Nine hole treat, situated in a scenic spot overlooking the Irish Sea.
On the coast, two thirds of a mile south east of Cloughey village.
Short community trail with panoramic views
Rural bed and breakfast ideal for dog owners, walkers, cyclists, golfing or tourist holidays.
The perfect location for a quiet getaway only a stone's throw from the sea.
Welig Heritage Crafts produce traditional willow basketry, bespoke baskets and sculptural pieces.
•A three bedroomed detached cottage offering spacious, comfortable accommodation.
Owned by the National Trust, it is a picturesque 18th century fishing village with scenic coastal walks. There is an abundance of wildlife to be seen. A small visitor centre is open from dawn to dusk, as are the public toilets and car park.
These ruined churches are situated one and a half miles north east of Portaferry on the Tullymally Road, east of the A2 to Cloughey and are signposted from Portaferry.
Within it are the ruins of a medieval church which is believed to be the Church of Ardmacossce or Ardmacaisse, mentioned in the Taxation of Pope Nicholas, 1306, along with an unusual cross-carved boulder.
Ards Peninsula Tours offers you an authentic and memorable experience in this beautiful area. They offer tours covering all aspects of the Ards Peninsula including social and maritime history, culture, geography, geology, the environment and more.
Situated in a scenic spot overlooking the Irish Sea and five minutes from both Portaferry and Kircubbin, this nine hole treat is perfect for starting a day’s touring with a quick round featuring water hazards, challenging holes and other parkland.
On the coast, two thirds of a mile south east of Cloughey village. This house appears to have been built about 1634 by Roland Savage, a cadet of the Ardkeen family.
A short community trail facilitating access to Slans Graveyard with incredible panoramic views overlooking Cloughey.
Set in the Strangford and Lecale area of outstanding natural beauty, this friendly, family run, rural bed and breakfast is ideal for dog owners, walkers, and visitors on cycling, golfing or tourist holidays.
The perfect location for a quiet getaway only a stone's throw from the sea- with stunning scenery and wildlife, and with easy access to an abundance of historic sights, vibrant villages and local restaurants.
Welig Heritage Crafts produce traditional willow basketry, bespoke baskets and sculptural pieces; gardenware, living willow installations and rustic furniture. we also undertake other traditional countryside skills like chair seating and drystone.
•A three bedroomed detached cottage offering spacious, comfortable accommodation. Guests can enjoy all the benefits of a contemporary build, which has accommodation all on one level, whilst retaining a cosy, characterful feel.