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Cranfield West Beach

Cranfield, Kilkeel, County Down, BT34 4LN
Cranfield West Beach

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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. Set in an idyllic location at the mouth of Carlingford Lough in County Down, this south facing beach boasts the majestic Mourne Mountains as a backdrop.

Facilities include parking, children's play area, toilets and showers.

Lifeguard supervision July - August daily 11am - 6pm and September weekends only.

Cranfield Beach is an inclusive beach, run in partnership with Mae Murray Foundation, which allows people of all ages and abilities to take part, have fun, and be included. Inclusive beaches offer free beach equipment loan schemes including all-terrain wheelchairs and mobility aids. Membership is free and available via the Mae Murray Foundation.

Click here for the programme of Summer Beach Activities at Cranfield Beach and Tyrella Beach this Summer 

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* Lifeguard supervision July - August daily 11am - 6pm and September weekends only.

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Tyrella Beach, CloughTyrella beach and conservation area is a small, enclosed dune complex within Dundrum Bay. It is a wide, flat, sandy beach two kilometres long and backed by 25 hectares of mature dunes in a conservation area.

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Directions from Town:

The nearest town is Kilkeel, located approximately 4 miles from the beach. Access routes are clearly signposted from the main Rostrevor to Kilkeel road.

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