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A weekly artisan market every Friday in the Mall of Ards Shopping Centre.
Modern, One bedroom, single storey, groundfloor apartment, beside shopping centre in Newtownards
LeWinters has a reputation for freshly prepared local, traditional & modern cuisine. 5* FSA rating.
A perfect base to enjoy North Down’s top visitor attractions, shopping, golf and leisure. Free WiFi.
The Strangford Arms Hotel is ideally located in the lively town of Newtownards,
A year-round venue for the arts and the performing arts.
The historic harbour town of Donaghadee is situated on the Irish Sea coast of the Ards Peninsula.
Explore Comber, the home of Thomas Andrews, with a self guided walking tour.
Located on the East coast of the Ards Peninsula is the village of Ballywalter.
This circular route starts and finishes at the Visitor Information Centre in Newtownards.
A weekly market in Conway Square catering for all your needs. Something for all the family.
Whitespots was established as a Country Park in 1995 and is still being developed.
Featuring the work of local Makers and Bakers, organic veg, presses and preserves, local honey, sourdough breads, freshly baked goods, fresh flowers and plants, recycled and upcycled goods, fine crafts, textiles, jewellery and ceramics.
This modern single storey apartment in a private garden has local amenities close by. Belfast City Centre just 10 miles away and the new Titanic Visitor Centre are easily explored via private car or public transport. Views from Scrabo Tower a must.
Located at the tip of Strangford Lough and the heart of Co.Down, LeWinters has an established reputation throughout Northern Ireland as a popular eatery with an extensive menu of freshly prepared local, traditional and modern cuisine. 5* FSA rating.
Located on the same terrace as the Strangford Arms Hotel, this serviced self-catering 2 bedroom house features all modern conveniences, including free WiFi, fully fitted kitchen, living/ dining/ reception area with 32" digital TV, DVD and telephone.
15 minutes drive from Belfast city centre, 10 minutes from George Best Belfast City Airport and Bangor town centre.
The former Georgian House, now home of the Arts Centre, was designed in 1765. The ground floor was originally housed the market. On the east side of the central arch was a gaol which still exists.
Donaghadee lies on the Irish Sea coast and as such is popular with water enthusiasts, anglers and those who simply like to be beside the seaside.
Explore Comber, the birthplace of Titanic’s chief designer, Thomas Andrews, with a self guided walking tour. The tour lasts 1 hour and covers a walking distance of approximately 1 ½ miles.
Ballywalter was a busy port in the early 17th century with a harbour, which still dominates the village giving it character and vitality.
This is a 82 mile (132km ) circular route in and around Strangford Lough, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A weekly market catering for all your needs. A diverse range of stalls including local fruit and vegetables, seafood and meat; there are also tools, clothing and accessories, toys, flowers and plants, to name just a few.
Whitespots was established as a Country Park in 1995 and is still being developed. In the years 1849 - 1864 the area was extensively mined for lead, and continued to be so until 1910. Reminders of this era can still be seen today.