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Why Little Wing pizza?…
…Because our passion for pizza shines through!
Over 16 years ago the Brontë Steak House was transformed from a bar into a restaurant and ...
Tam O'Shanter is Kilkeels newest restaurant specialising in great tasting local seafood as well ...
Set in an idyllic corner of Ireland, beside the most painted working cornmill.
Welcome to Sinton’s at the Bridge.
Situated in the Mourne Mountains this location has it all.
Situated in the historic town of Tandragee, only a stone’s throw from Tandragee Castle.
Gastro pub serving food Mon-Fri.
Bar famous for it's specialty cocktails.
French's Cafe and Bistro is located in the village of Clough and has recently undergone ...
Formally Shepherds Bar, the Albert and Snugg is now one of Banbridge's most popular spots.
Picturesque setting with bar, restaurant and off licence.
…Because our passion for pizza shines through! Just taste one of our yummy, traditionally made Naples style pizzas and you’ll know what we’re talking about.
The Bronte Steakhouse is the perfect venue for those seeking to combine quality dining in an informal setting, with that extra stimulation for the mind. Set in the Bronte Homeland in County Down, lovers of food & literature alike will adore our dining experience.
Tam O'Shanter is Kilkeels newest restaurant specialising in great tasting local seafood as well as usual favourites, steak, chicken dishes.
Set in an idyllic corner of Ireland, beside the most painted working cornmill, with a panoramic view from the restaurant of the Mourne Mountains down to the sea. Hospitality and fine food come like the view… naturally.
Welcome to Sinton’s at the Bridge. Located in the idyllic award winning village of Scarva on the borders of County Armagh and County Down, owners Graeme and Julianne Morton have brought their considerable experience within the hospitality industry to this newly purpose built restaurant
Greenans Bar & Steakhouse is a family run restaurant located in the beautiful countryside outside the village of Kilcoo. It caters for all occassions, private parties, christenings, weddings and serve a wide selection of food and drinks.
Situated in the historic town of Tandragee, only a stone’s throw from Tandragee Castle, the Montagu Arms offers the perfect setting for a well run guest inn boasting top class bar, restaurant, lounge and bedroom facilities
French's Cafe and Bistro is located in the village of Clough and has recently undergone extensive renovations to provide bistro facilities with menu's to suit all tastes.
Formally Shepherds Bar, the Albert and Snugg is now one of Banbridge's most popular spots. This Bar and Restaurant has been completely re-energised under the new ownership and offers top quality food and entertainment.
Restaurants in Northern Ireland offer a wide range of child friendly facilities, from children’s menus to the provision of high chairs, changing facilties, activities and play areas. Here are some of the best.
County Down has it all – majestic mountains, a tranquil lough, pretty coastal villages and Michelin-rated restaurants. If you can only linger a while, here’s what you must see and do.
A few high points among the Mournes.
Book a table at a Michelin-rated restaurant and you’re in for a gastronomic experience to remember; whether it’s fine dining for a special occasion or delicious feasts that don’t break the bank. Here’s a handy guide to all the Michelin star and
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Mournes is home to Northern Ireland’s highest mountain peak, Slieve Donard, and is said to have inspired C.S. Lewis’s magical world of Narnia. Ideal for outdoor pursuits, from walking and cycling to more extreme
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.
Patrick was born in northern Roman Britain around 387, yet more than 1,600 years later, a multitude of historical associations, myths, legends and stories about him still exist in the land that he converted and loved.
Discover more inspiring escapades.
There's plenty to do over New Year's in Northern Ireland – whether its family days out, pure indulgence or getting active. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
There’s something quite magical about Northern Irish seaside towns, especially when we are fortunate enough to enjoy a great spell of weather. Childhood memories of ice cream, pony rides, face painting and the smell of fish and chips all come roaring
From mountain top to sandy shore, hidden gems proliferate around the highways and byways of the Mourne Mountains.