Where you’ll find a Silent Valley, the endless Mourne Wall and ‘bouldering’
Ireland’s newest city effortlessly mixes shopping, style and serenity
Cecilia Stephens takes her inspiration from the landscape (mostly that of Co Down).
Perfect for beginners and if you would like to get back into paddling
Situated 8.8km south east of Ballynahinch, on the north east shore of Loughinisland Lake, within ...
Prominent feature of the south Armagh landscape.
A memorable night out with Strangford Sea Safari
Explore the myths and legends of the Quoile
French's Cafe and Bistro is located in the village of Clough and has recently undergone ...
Enjoy a boat trip and high tea picnic on Strangford Lough!
Festive afternoon tea and craft fair to get you in the festive spirit with something for everyone.
Cappella Caeciliana will bring the magic of Christmas to Hillsborough Castle
The Garmin Mourne Skyline Mountain-Trail Race is a 35k race accumulative ascent, set in the Mournes.
This is a must see play for any literary fans.Actress Sharon McArdle portrays Charlotte's life 1849.
Fund raising event in support of Cancer Research UK.
Step back in time in and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago.
The annual autumn craft fair bringing gifts and treasures to the marquee in the park.
Enjoy daily Hallowe'en activities at Mount Stewart with spooky craft and Hallowe'en trail.
From £55pp based on 4 people sharing; £75pp for private double/ twin ensuite.
£40 adults, £36 students
From €1,795 per person
€55 adults, €50 students
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