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Daft Eddy's restaurant

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015   updated: Wed 08 Feb 2017


It's renowned for serving great food. Situated in its own grounds on the shores of Strangford Lough, guests can eat al fresco on the terrace or inside if the weather isn't so accommodating. A family run restaurant and bar, people come from afar, by car, by boat; even by helicopter.

Pure Day Spa

Added: Wed 02 Dec 2015   updated: Thu 11 Feb 2016


Just under a mile away from Florida Manor, take time out for yourself and the family with a variety of treatments from the Pure Day Spa that will leave you all feeling lighter in mind, body and spirit. Full Days, Half Days and Taster Rituals are available. Each ritual includes resting in a Hydrotherapy Massage Pool, with Colour Therapy to de-stress you, relaxing in an Aromatherapy Steam Room to revitalize you, floating away in our relaxation areas and enjoying a selection of luxury treatments.

Blackwood Golf Centre

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015   updated: Thu 11 Feb 2016


This is a pay-and-play complex with 36 holes. It's a parkland championship course (par 71) and an enjoyable par 3 course. Driving range most user friendly no need to book ahead. Any day is good for visitors. The Pro shop is now open.

Gransha Equestrian Centre

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015   updated: Thu 11 Feb 2016


Established in 1985, Gransha is set in 42 beautiful acres. Our facilities include two all weather arenas with a superb water complex, and two indoor arenas with kitched and viewing gallery. Our specially selected horses and ponies are available for lessons taught by friendly, qualified staff, for riders of all levels. We are open: Tuesdays to Sundays 9am-9pm. Please ring to book in advance on +44 79 5650 0660 or email: granshariding@btconnect.com.

Birr House Riding Centre

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015   updated: Thu 11 Feb 2016


Specialises in basic instruction in riding and jumping for those who want to add a learning element to their stay in North Down, amid the green pastures of the Holywood Hills. Contact Caroline McVeigh by phone on +44 28 9042 5858, +44 77 4644 0914 or by email at: carolinemcveigh@btinternet.com.


Added: Fri 04 Dec 2015


Saintfield is a village and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. Its name translates from Irish (Tamhnach Naomh) as Field of the Saints. It's a market town and was originally an early 17th century settlement and the present town form dates back to the early 18th century. The village had a number of corn, flour and fax mills, the remains of which are visible today and it has retained a tradition of textile manufacture through Saintfield Yarns. The architectural and historic significance of its town centre is reflected in its designation as a Conservation Area in 1997.

Mv Ocean Crest, Bangor Harbour

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015


Fishing and pleasure cruises departing from Bangor Harbour. Bird watching and seal spotting for all the family. Also available for charter to groups. Open Spring, summer and autumn. Fishing/Pleasure trips for all the family aboard boat “Bangorboat”. Fishing from the harbour twice daily at 9.30am & 6.30pm. Also some weekends in autumn. Contact Brian Meharg on +44 75 1000 6000 or via email at: brianmeharg@aol.com.

Balloo House

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015


Walking into Balloo House, you'll immediately be struck by its atmosphere of ease, comfort and conviviality, due in part to good company, sturdy stone walls and time–worn flagstones.

The Old Post Office

Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015


In the village of Lisbane, close to the shores of Strangford Lough, you are offered a unique dining and hospitality experience. The Grade II listed building dates back to the 1840's and having lain derelict for many years, it has been lovingly restored.


Added: Tue 24 Nov 2015


Killinchy is a townland and small village in County Down. It is two miles inland from the western shores of Strangford Lough in the Borough of Ards. It is situated in the townland of the same name, the civil parish of Killinchy and the historic barony of Dufferin. The village sits on a hill overlooking Strangford Lough. The nearby settlement of Balloo is treated as part of Killinchy. Sketrick Castle is located near Killinchy and is estimated to date back to the 15th century. The Annals of the Four Masters record the capture of the castle in 1470. It was intact until the end of the 19th century when a storm demolished much of it. In 1957 a stone subterranean passage was discovered.