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A perfect base to enjoy North Down’s top visitor attractions, shopping, golf and leisure. Free WiFi.
The Mews are 18th century stable conversions overlooking the Lough.
The Strangford Arms Hotel is ideally located in the lively town of Newtownards,
Junior dinghy sailing courses
Adult sailing courses
Power boat courses
Linking the beautiful Ards and Lecale Peninsulas across the Narrows of Strangford Lough.
The Lookout is a wildlife interpretative centre, showcasing the wildlife around Strangford Lough.
This circular route starts and finishes at the Visitor Information Centre in Newtownards.
Three eighteenth century barns tastefully and imaginatively renovated to three star standard.
Superb luxury coastguards cottage completely rebuilt in 2016 is a perfect place to unwind.
Castle Ward has a 820 acre walled estate overlooking Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea. Potters ...
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.
The Mews are 18th century stable conversions overlooking the Lough. They have been tastefully restored in 2002 with handcrafted pine furniture.
15 minutes drive from Belfast city centre, 10 minutes from George Best Belfast City Airport and Bangor town centre.
The ferry links the beautiful Ards and Lecale Peninsulas and the villages of Strangford and Portaferry across the Narrows of Strangford Lough.
The 10 minute ferry journey allows you to take in the stunning scenery of this Marine Nature Reserve.
The Lookout is a wildlife interpretative centre, showcasing the wildlife around the Strangford Lough area. Telescopes and remotely controlled camers allow close up views of basking seals and breeding seabird colonies.
This is a 82 mile (132km ) circular route in and around Strangford Lough, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
An eighteenth century barn tastefully and imaginatively renovated to three star standard. Overlooking the "Narrows" and Strangford Lough.
Superb luxury coastguards cottage completely rebuilt in 2016 is a perfect place to unwind in this un-spoilt part of the lower peninsula. The ground floor features open plan kitchen/dining/living with bi-fold doors opening to a west facing patio.
Castle Ward has a 820 acre walled estate overlooking Strangford Lough and the Irish Sea. Potters Cottage is a quaint, singlestorey cottage situated in the working farmyard near the lough shore with immediate access to the Castle Ward Estate. ...
If you fancy something a bit different to the hustle and bustle of a city break then head to the south side of Belfast. Quaint seaside villages and towns, unique experiences, fine dining and exquisite accommodation, are all at your fingertips on
Explore the postcard-perfect scenery around Strangford Lough.
Northern Ireland’s rugged coastline, serene waters and thriving wildlife make for unique watersport experiences that cannot be found anywhere else. From fascinating scuba dives to big wave surf, get in on the action on these must-do water sports.
Northern Ireland has some fantastic scenic drives - many of which you can cover in a day or short break - with countless stunning places to take that memorable photograph. Here are just some of our top suggestions:
Stumble upon exciting finds with your little nature detectives on these walks which are alive with wildlife in the spring and summer months. From puffins to dolphins and butterflies to badgers, it’s time to go on a treasure hunt for wildlife.
With over 200km of diverse coastline and a strong maritime history, Northern Ireland is the perfect destination for a relaxing touring holiday.
Home to some truly beautiful harbours and coastal villages, we’ve put together a choice to inspire your next
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.
They say the jewel in County Down’s crown is the Mountains of Mourne sweeping down to the sea. True, yet there are many more hidden gems to explore. Here are a few that are sure to charm.
Get into the action with our A-Z of fun and exciting adventures all over Northern Ireland. From soaring high above your friends to racing past them there is something for your speed of adventure.
With play parks, picnic spots and endless places to play hide and seek, take the kids on that camping trip you’ve always promised. You’ll have everything to keep them entertained on your doorstep, and these forest and country parks are perfect for a budget
With the changing of the season comes a whole new wealth of wildlife.
With over 200km of diverse coastline and a strong maritime history, Northern Ireland is the perfect destination for a relaxing touring holiday. Home to some truly beautiful harbours and coastal villages, we’ve put together a choice to inspire your