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Based in the biggest fishing port in Northern Ireland, offering exceptional high quality cuisine.
Nestled in the Kingdom of Mourne, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Made in Mourne is a social enterprise, set up to support and celebrate local creatives.
Tam O'Shanter is Kilkeels newest restaurant specialising in great tasting local seafood as well ...
This Heritage Centre overlooks the busy and picturesque fishing port of Kilkeel.
Kilkeel harbour was first started in the 1850s and a pier was built in 1868 with further ...
25m Indoor Heated Swimming Pool (with moving floor)
Steam Room, Sauna, Spa Pool ...
Strenuous with steep ascent on the Glenloughan Road
Leaving Kilkeel by the Mill and Aughnahoory Roads you slowly climb past the restored clachan of ...
Cranfield West offers beach and children's play area, with a majestic mountain backdrop.
A Beautiful route towards Cranfield Beach and a visit to historic Greencastle.
This is a spectacular cycle route beneath the High Mournes.
Our modern style restaurant provides a relaxed environment to enjoy the food for which the hotel is justly renowned. The staff offer a friendly and first class service.
Nestled in the Kingdom of Mourne, an area of outstanding natural beauty; The Kilmorey Arms Hotel boasts a prime location for any holiday. With 3 National Trust sites on our doorstep,
Made in Mourne is a not-for-profit social enterprise based in the heart of the Mournes, which aims to provide a fresh and stimulating environment to support and celebrate talented local creatives and showcase their work.
Tam O'Shanter is Kilkeels newest restaurant specialising in great tasting local seafood as well as usual favourites, steak, chicken dishes.
The Nautilus Centre overlooks Kilkeel's busy and picturesque fishing port and houses the Mourne Maritime Visitor Centre, Kilkeel Visitor Information Centre, Tracing Your Mourne Roots Exhibition and the Mourne Seafood Cookery School.
Kilkeel Harbour was developed in the 1800s and is now home to Northern Irelands largest fishing fleet. In the ealy days schooners exported granite, potatoes and grain and imported coal, bricks etc.
It is also home to `Salt n Pepper' the resident seals. Secure parking is available at the Nautilus Centre Car Park. Enjoy a walk along the Harbour to the quayside and watch the fleet landing their catch.
Kilkeel Leisure Centre offer: Swimming pool, health suite (sauna, Jacuzzi, steamroom), sports hall, pulse fitness studio, squash court, viewing area and meeting room, and vending machines.
A beautiful circular cycle route between Kilkeel and Attical, passing through some lovely countryside with dramatic view of the Mourne Mountains.
A 28 mile cycle route exploring the South East corner of the Country. The route passes Carlingford Lough and Silent Valley Reservoir. Some hilly sections but your efforts are certainly rewarded with the views that this route offers.
Cranfield West offers a gently sloping, mainly sandy beach located at the entrance to Carlingford Lough, an area designated as being of Special Scientific Interest.
A gentle cycle mainly on the flat taking in an award winning Cranfield Beach (Blue Flag), an Anglo-Norman Castle, the ruins of a Norman Church, an Old Irish Ferry Pier and other interesting Points of Interest.