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This apartment overlooks the 6th green of Helens Bay Golf Club and the beach is ideal for swimming.
A woodland walk on a mix of old lanes and tracks
Grey Point Fort is an unique historic monument directly connected to the First World War.
Beautiful sandy beach with excellent facilities, all within twenty minutes drive of Belfast.
Situated in/ beside the Clandeboye Avenue, and two minutes from Helen’s Bay Station.
The cabin is situated in Helen’s Bay a stones throw away from the station.
Helen’s Bay Golf Club is one of the prettiest golf courses in the North Down Area.
Crawfordsburn Country Park has excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and views across Belfast Lough
Gentle coastal walk
Gently underlating riverside walk through mature beech wood.
Gently undulating walk through wildflower meadow, wood and beach
Luxury apartment over looking the beach golf course and located on the coastal path. 25mins to Belfast, 10mins to Bangor. Train station 5mins walk. Crawfordsburn Country Park 5mins walk. Ideally located for walking, cycling, golf and beach activities
Grey Point Fort is one of the best preserved early 20th century coastal forts anywhere in the British Isles. Situated in Helen's Bay, Grey Point Fort houses a most unusual hands-on military museum.
Situated in/ beside the Clandeboye Avenue, and two minutes from Helen’s Bay Station Bridge House is an ideal base for business and pleasure alike.
The cabin is situated in Helen’s Bay a stones throw away from the station where trains run every 20 minutes between Bangor and Belfast and then beyond, so it is ideally situated for anyone without a car.
Helen’s Bay Golf Club is one of the prettiest golf courses in the North Down/Greater Belfast area. Founded in 1896, it nestles on a gentle hill over Belfast Lough in the middle of a quaint village.
With two excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and views across Belfast Lough. Visitors can experience tranquil walks through peaceful meadows and wooded glens. Crawfordsburn Country Park provides the ultimate and relaxing natural retreat.
This walk ambles through a hay meadow, which is full of wild flowers in the summer months. The route then leads along sandy beaches, including Crawfordsburn Beach and Helen's Bay.
Grey Point Fort is a restored coastal battery.
Gently undulating walk through mature beech wood, closely following the course of the Crawford's Burn.
A gentle walk taking in the Wildflower Meadow, areas of mature woodland, and a coastal stretch. The Wildflower Meadow and 21 acres are a blaze with colour in the summer months when the orchids and wildflowers are in bloom.