How the Mourne Mountains inspired author CS Lewis and his land of Narnia
Explore a county buzzing with great golf, stunning lakes and the city of Newry
We are a century old bar situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.
The Dundrum Inn is renowned for our excellent range of prime steaks which are sourced from high ...
Customised Tours all over Ireland and Saturday service to and from Belfast via Newry.
For that more Informal Style of Meal or Drink why not visit The Percy French Restaurant.
Morelli's Cafe serve tea, coffee and freshly made ice cream
This 18 hole par 67 course is located in idyllic scenery with spectacular panoramic views.
Built in about 1830 and powered by a waterwheel, the mill overlooks the harbour.
Riverside walks, arboretum. Two-mile forest drive to panoramic views over Carlingford Lough.
All the ingredients for a super St Patrick’s Day with a variety of Live Music, Cocktails and ...
Enjoy a cup of tea and a scone while being surrounded by several generations enjoying a relaxed ...
As part of the Skyrunning UK weekend, we will also hold an atmosphere building night event on ...
The Mourne Skyline Mountain-Trail Race is a 35k race, incorporating 3,370m (11,057ft) of ...
Join with us at this fun filled concert at The Lodge Cultural Centre, Castlewellan.
The competition format is singles stableford, with scores from all three days counting towards ...
Newry's vibrant venue for art exhibitions, workshops, theatre, and dance.
Newcastle Glees Musical Society perform a Northern Ireland premier of The Addams Family.
From AUD $8,950 Per person, twin share
From €119.00 per room per night
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