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Saintfield

Saintfield Full review
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Beautiful Place : If you are in Saintfield, then you must visit Titanic Belfast, Ulster Museum, Ulster Aviation Society, Botanic Gardens, Carryduff Library, Streamvale Open Farm, Drumbo Park Greyhound Stadium, Rowallane Garden, Down County Museum, National Football Stadium, Kingspan Stadium, and WWT Castle Espie Wetland Centre.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
National Trust - Rowallane Garden Full review
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Lovely Spot : Lovely gardens, very well kept. The walk is not vast but a decent length with lots of options for loops /shortcuts. Unfortunately, the cafe is always slow to serve and frequently runs out of food. Staff is always very friendly though despite being so evidently busy!
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
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Slieve Donard Full review
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Breathtaking Views : No better place to view Newcastle. It's a definite must if you're in and around Newcastle, even Belfast seeing it's just a short trip away and the walk isn't all that long nor intense. Still a breathtaking mountaintop and great views.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Down Cathedral Full review
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A Must Visit : Down Cathedral is an excellent church built adjacent to the supposed burial site of St. Patrick. For this reason, it’s obviously one of the more important pilgrimage sites in all of Ireland. The town is really nice and quaint, and the cathedral preserves Patrick’s legacy well.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
The Saint Patrick Centre Full review
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A Must Visit : On the high pass through the Mournes between Kilkeel and Hilltown lies the Deers' Meadow, filled with Spelga Reservoir. There is a car park hidden down the drowned road The walk to the edge of the water is wild and beautiful.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Killough Full review
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Wonderful Experience : On the high pass through the Mournes between Kilkeel and Hilltown lies the Deers' Meadow, filled with Spelga Reservoir. There is a car park hidden down the drowned road The walk to the edge of the water is wild and beautiful. Highly recommended!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Killyleagh Full review
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Stunning Views : I enjoy the various walks,with stunning views of Strangford Lough,Mourne Mountains and the surrounding Co.Down drumlins.The play Park is widely used by my grandchildren,it has been upgraded this year.We have enjoyed numerous picnics this summer ,plus the new Steamers Cafe,which offers a wide range of hot/cold food.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Castlewellan Full review
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Wonderful Place : Called in here recently having completed a lovely walk around the arboretum. Coffee was good, the fruit scone was awful, about two sultanas in it. Absolutely terrible. Change ur supplier. However a lovely atmosphere and a nice log fire. Highly recommended!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Dundrum Bay Full review
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Picturesque site: It is always fascinating walking barefooted on the sand and enjoy the intense winds blowing ashore. It is a beautiful sandy bay offering spectacular vistas of the imposing mountains around. A nice place to spend quiet moments and enjoy good food in nearby restaurants.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
National Trust - Castle Ward Full review
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Beautiful Place : Great National Trust property less than an hour from Belfast. You could easily spend a day here exploring the huge grounds and walks around the Lough and through the countryside. Better known as Winterfell in Game of Thrones, the old castle is fun to visit and to climb the tower.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Down County Museum Full review
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Exceptional Place : A gem of a place. Full of information and history. Every staff member we spoke to was very helpful and polite, you can tell they all enjoy working here. Food and service in the tea rooms was spot on. Just brilliant!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Clough Full review
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Pretty Cool : Situated on the main road between Ballynahinch and Newcastle in the town of Clough. An excellent example of an Anglo-Norman castle with an added stone tower. You get great views of the surrounding area, especially the Mourne Mountains. Highly recommended!
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Tollymore Forest Park Full review
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A captivating walk into the woods!: From an impressive entrance to the fascinating tracks, the Forest Park offers so much to do and explore. There are four tracks of different lengths and one each offers a remarkable experience with the surrounding trees and craggy trails. The winding streams and waterfalls add to the joy of the breathtaking walks. It is one of the places to fall in love with.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Kilclief Castle Full review
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We really enjoyed it: Great place to visit. Huge grounds and enough locations on-site to spend the whole day looking at the different areas. We really enjoyed the house tour. The cafe has great coffee and food and the gift shop has really unique items. During the summer there are concerts on the lawn.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Tyrella Beach Full review
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Clean Beach : Beautiful views. Nice sand and dunes. On busy days (summer / weekends?) there's a small charge for parking, and lifeguards are on duty. Very gentle slope on the beach, so it's a bit of a walk to reach the water when the tide is out. Toilet facilities on site.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Downpatrick Full review
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Wonderful Place : Nicest baguette I have had in ages. Staff friendly, the baguette was reasonably priced and it was full of fresh ingredients. Its always packed at lunchtimes but the queue moves fast. Can't wait to go back. A must visit indeed.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Murlough National Nature Reserve Car Park Full review
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A Magnificent Dune Landscape: Miles-long walking trails through woodland and heath, the unspoiled natural beach, the captivating sight of wild ponies roaming the place, and the enticing spectacle of imposing Mourne mountains makes this 6000-years-old sand dune system an enthralling site for esthetes. With home to more than 720 species of butterflies, the site is internationally renowned for wintering wildfowl and waders.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Inch Abbey Full review
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Soothing Place : Amazing place. Not big and you could visit it in ten minutes. But historically amazing. When you are a lone it's incredibly quiet and serine. Just the wind through the trees. You do get the occasional coach with game of thrones fans. But they're all nice. Just a little busier. Worth a visit. Oh and it's free so even better.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Castlewellan Forest Park Full review
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Lovely Place : Beautiful place the lake the scenery the castle are all stunning,you can hire canoes paddle boards bikes,lots of things they have a great camping field ,walks are great,nature at its best,whichever season you choose but really the place must be visited to see for yourself how beautiful it is
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Down Arts Centre
Rate 3 stars
Saul
Travel picture of Saul Saul is the name of a townland and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ir...
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Dundrum Castle
Travel picture of Dundrum Castle Dundrum Castle is a castle, situated above the town of Dundrum, County Down, ...
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Quoile Countryside Centre
Rate 3 stars
Struell Wells
Travel picture of Struell Wells Struell Wells are a set of four holy wells in the townland of Struell, 1.5 m...
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