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
Turnip House is a craft workshop and tea room situated in the Mournes AONB.
Explore the ancient churchyard at Creggan.
Provides a first class service for visitors to Northern Ireland and for local residents.
Back in the 1920’s and 1930’s Quinn’s Bar was a combination of a pub and a grocer shop.
Follow us through the fog shrouded streets of Old Newry to meet ghosts past and present.
Drumgooland smokehouse is noted for using tried and trusted traditional method in its smoking ...
Newry Coffee House and Sandwich Bar, you will find great coffee and a great welcome.
Slieve Croob or, 'Mountain of the Hoof' rises to a height of 1,755 feet, its chief claim to fame ...
This event will consist of a mini-conference in the morning when various speakers will talk ...
A short walk can have a big impact.
The Mourne International Walking Festival will be taking place over the weekend of the 26th - ...
Set across 50 acres in the beautiful surroundings of Castlewellan Forest Park, Castlewellan ...
2015 will mark our 36th Mourne Mountain Marathon event and we hope to make it every bit as ...
Now entering his 20th year as a stand up comedian, having won every award going and still as ...
PLOD is a gruelling 40 mile midnight hike that will push you to your limits.
From $359 pp
$400 per couple Air Credit
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