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This restored 18th-century Gaol makes an ideal day out for tourists, families, groups and schools.
The oldest county museum in Ireland is set in Armagh’s beautiful Georgian tree-lined mall.
An up and down ride through Drumlin and Lakeland country
Royal County Down was originally laid out in 1889 by ‘Old’ Tom Morris from St. Andrews.
19th century high cross in the grounds of Donaghmore Church of Ireland in County Down.
Travel back to the past with real vintage steam trains through St. Patrick's Country.
Beautiful cycle route follows quiet roads through some of Armagh's best scenery.
Lakeside View is situated close to Lough Aghery lake.
Crawfordsburn Country Park has excellent beaches, spectacular scenery and views across Belfast Lough
A Victorian house with great charm, providing luxurious accommodation in a warm relaxed atmosphere.
Down County Museum is located in the old county Gaol of Down. It houses fascinating exhibitions on the history of Down as well as restored cells with life-size figures of prisoners and their gaolers.
The oldest county museum in Ireland is set in Armagh’s beautiful Georgian tree lined Mall. Its collections capture centuries of stories relating to the people who lived, worked and had connections with this famous city and historic county.
A hilly ride through drumlin country to the SE of Lisburn which passes lakes and loughs with great views of the Mourne Mountains, Belfast Hills and the Lagan Valley.
Royal County Down is located in one of the world's most naturally beautiful links settings in the Murlough Nature Reserve. Against the magnificent backdrop of the Mountains of Mourne.
Travel back to the past with real vintage steam trains through St. Patrick's Country, over the River Quoile and under the graceful Down Cathedral to peaceful ruins of Inch Abbey.
Whilst this route can be ridden at any time of the year, without doubt the best time is during May, when the orchards (famous for their Bramley apples) which line many of the quiet roads are in full bloom.
Lakeside View is situated close to Lough Aghery lake. The quiet park is surrounded with scenic views of both mountains and countryside. All pitches an have excellent view of the lake giving the opportunity to watch the summer water sports.
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.
A Victorian house with great charm, providing luxurious accommodation in a warm relaxed atmosphere. Some rooms with a view of Bangor Bay and the Irish Sea beyond. A ground floor room with wheelchair access.
Treat yourself to a short break to County Down.
Rejuvenate yourself with a trek up the Mournes, a stroll along Murlough Beach and a deep sleep at the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa all in the space of a few days.
Here are all the answers to our Game of Thrones® quiz.
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.
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.
A few high points among the Mournes.
Spots to look up in County Down
Gift experiences are marvellous memory-makers. But never is the gift experience more wonderful than at Christmas. No matter how endearingly eccentric your friends and family, there's something to suit everyone....
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
Making monuments in State Care come alive in a fun and informative way through Living History. Step back in time as you visit some of the fabulous monuments in State Care.
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.
Looking for a unique Christmas gift this year? We've a selection of outdoor experience days across Northern Ireland to make this Christmas a special one.
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.