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11 Drumhirk Road Drumhirk, Comber, Newtownards, Co Down,
Ms Mary Boyce
T: (028) 9752 8616

This beautiful detached home is surrounded by green fields, trees and farm animals. It is a ...

This beautiful detached home is surrounded by green fields, trees and farm animals. It is a very peaceful private place with a view of Scrabo Tower from the conservatory. Two double bedrooms, and a twin bedroom upstairs. Master bedroom with king-size bed, ensuite & jaz bath on the ground floor. It's within easy reach of several towns and villages, inc. Balloo village. Comber town centre is an approx. 10 min. drive providing grocery stores, chemist, banks, restaurants. Comber is the birthplace of Thomas Andrews, the famous building and design engineer who built the Titanic. The Titanic exhibition centre is approx 20 minutes drive from the location.

Strangford Lough & Lecale (a designated area of outstanding natural beauty) is a short drive away. Other nearby attractions include Castle Espie (a Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust centre); Delamont Country Park; various recognised training centres, offering courses in sailing, cruising, power boating, windsurfing and kayaking. Also fishing - coarse, game & fly fishing are all available a short drive away. A water taxi service ( is available to meet all individual needs inc. birdwatching, sightseeing etc. National Trust properties - Rowallane, Castle Ward and Mount Stewart House & Gardens are all within easy reach. Flying lessons or excursions can also be arranged at the Ulster Flying Club in nearby town of Newtownards. There are lots of good shopping centres nearby in Newtownards, Belfast, Bangor, or Lisburn. Everything you need for an enjoyable stay - plenty of family activities and an ideal base for young and old.

Weekly price below, all year round. Other length of stays are on request and specific prices available for longer stays.

* Please note that when contacting the owners via telephone they reside in Canada which is 5 hours behind the UK and Ireland, based on London Greenwich Mean Time.