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Ewings seafoods is a family run business, specialising in top quality fish and shellfish.
The state of art Mourne Seafood Cookery School offers a range of cookery courses and demonstrations.
Restaurant aiming to provide fresh local seafood at an affordable price.
Situated beside Kelly’s Cellars Irish pub, this well-placed eaterie serves fresh local seafood.
One of the finest seafood and steak houses in County Down. Serving food all day every day.
Burford Lodge offers first rate accommodation with all rooms en suite, tea making facilities.
A cosy guesthouse, bar and restaurant found in the idyllic village of Ballintoy.
Lough Erne Resort is the first AA and Tourism Northern Ireland Five Star Hotel in Northern Ireland.
Good food served daily overlooking Lough Foyle and Donegal.
Seafood lovers paradise where seafood is lifted daily off our own Portavogie fishing fleet.
A weekly market in Conway Square catering for all your needs. Something for all the family.
Tam O'Shanter is Kilkeels newest restaurant specialising in great tasting local seafood as well ...
Ewings seafoods is a family run business. Walter and his sons Crawford and Warren specialise in top quality prime fish and shellfish. Deliveries are made daily in modern refrigerated vans to leading restaurants and hotels in Northern Ireland.
The state of the art Mourne Seafood Cookery School offers a range of cookery courses and demonstrations on local seafood.
Our aim is to provide locally sourced seafood at an affordable price. All our produce is sourced from local ports and delivered daily to ensure freshness and quality.
Beside Kelly’s Cellars the Mourne Seafood Bar serves fresh local seafood at an affordable price. To ensure freshness they purchase direct from the local ports of Annalong and Kilkeel on a daily basis.
In the small sleepy hamlet of Chapeltown , County Down two miles from Ardglass and seven miles from Strangford, you will come upon one of the oldest bars in the area.
Burford Lodge offers first rate accommodation with all rooms en suite, tea making facilities and television. We are situated on the sea front and only minutes away from the local links golf course.
A favourite stop off for tourists and locals alike. You'll find a tasty selection of food and drinks, stunning bedrooms, friendly staff, a relaxed atmosphere and handy tips on exploring the nearby area.
Lough Erne Resort, Enniskillen, Fermanagh, is the first AA and Tourism Northern Ireland Five Star Hotel in Northern Ireland. The Resort is the ultimate expression in old world heritage and new world luxury set on its very own 600 acre peninsula.
Seafood lovers paradise where seafood is lifted daily off our own Portavogie fishing fleet and carried just 50 yards up into the Quay's kitchen to be cooked fresh to order just for you. Extensive main, vegetarian and children's menu also.
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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.
Tam O'Shanter is Kilkeels newest restaurant specialising in great tasting local seafood as well as usual favourites, steak, chicken dishes.
From mountain top to sandy shore, hidden gems proliferate around the highways and byways of the Mourne Mountains.
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.
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
County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs were practically invented for relaxing weekends.
Northern Ireland produces some of the finest food and drink in the world.
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.
Derry~Londonderry has seen a surge in places to eat in and around the Walled City. Below are some of our suggestions- let us know your favourite.
Enjoy the natural beauty and authentic taste of Northern Ireland on these walk trails featuring some of Northern Ireland’s most fabulous restaurants.
Some bright lights in our big city.
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
Knock out food and drink is never far away in Northern Ireland, but it’s not just about high end restaurants, trendy street food, taste events and foodie festivals. It’s time you got out and about to try a mouthful of the great local foodie
From Kilkeel, up to Belfast and on to Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland owes much to its coastline and the sea – and that means there’s a whole world of maritime history and heritage ripe for exploring. Chart a course through these maritime