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  1. NEWRY

    Address

    Camlough Retail Park, Camlough, NEWRY, County Down, BT35 7GB

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Village

    Camlough is small village five kilometres west of Newry in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. The village is named after a lake, known as Cam Lough which is about 90 acres in extent. South of the village is Camlough Mountain which is part of the Ring…

  2. Entrance to Montalto Estate, Ballynahinch.

    BALLYNAHINCH

    Address

    The Square, BALLYNAHINCH, County Down, BT24 8AE

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Town

    Ballynahinch was traditionally a market town and the market still takes place in the town every Thursday. Ballynahinch lies on the main A24 Belfast to Newcastle Road, 15 miles south of Belfast. Facilities in the town include a community centre.…

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  3. Aerial shot of Narrow Water Keep and Warrenpoint Town

    NEWRY

    Address

    Church Street, Warrenpoint, NEWRY, County Down, BT34 3HN

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Town

    Warrenpoint sits on the shores of Carlingford Lough at the southern approach to the Mourne Mountains and at the point where the Clanrye River and Newry Canal open into Carlingford Lough.

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  4. Downpatrick, English Street looking towards Down Arts Centre

    Downpatrick

    Address

    Market Street, Downpatrick, Down, BT30 6LZ

    Telephone

    +44 (0) 33 0137 4046

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    Town

    Downpatrick (Dún Pádraig) is the County town of Down and is a Cathedral town and Downpatrick is the burial place of Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland. Downpatrick is one of Ireland's most historic towns and the largest town in the Lecale…

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  5. Boats in Kilkeel Harbour at Night

    NEWRY

    Address

    Greencastle Street, Kilkeel, NEWRY, County Down, BT34 4BH

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Town

    Kilkeel is situated in the heart of the Kingdom of Mourne. It is renowned for its thriving fishing industry, which can be experienced through a visit down to the harbour. It is home to one of the largest and best equipped fishing fleets in Ireland,…

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  6. CASTLEWELLAN

    Address

    Castlewellan, CASTLEWELLAN, County Down, BT31 9BU

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Type:

    Town

    Castlewellan (Caislean Uidhiln meaning "Uidhilin's castle") is a town located  in County Down near the shores of Castlewellan Lake at the foot of Slievenaslat mountain.

    Castlewellan has a wide main street which runs through two main squares (Upper…

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  7. Slieve Gullion View

    NEWRY

    Address

    Dundalk Street, Newtownhamilton, NEWRY, County Down, BT35 0PB

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Town

    Newtownhamilton, known in Irish as Baile Úr meaning ‘new town,’ is a small village in the south of County Armagh. The village takes its name from Alexander Hamilton, a descendant of the John Hamilton from Scotland who founded Hamiltonsbawn in 1619.…

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  8. Annalong Cornmill

    NEWRY

    Address

    Annalong, NEWRY, County Down, BT34 4QG

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Type:

    Village

    Annalong is a picturesque seaside village in County Down, situated at the foot of the Mourne Mountains. From the Irish 'Áth na Long' or 'Ford of the ships', it was once home to a fleet of more than 30 schooners which carried Mourne Granite and…

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  9. 12 Arches, Dundrum

    NEWCASTLE

    Address

    Castle Hill, Dundrum, NEWCASTLE, County Down, BT33 0NF

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Village

    Dundrum is a picturesque village on the south east coast of County Down. It is 35 miles south of Belfast and 5 miles north of Newcastle. The village is best known for its ruined Anglo-Norman castle, built by John De Courcey in 1177, and used to…

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  10. Walled Garden at Rowallane, Saintfield

    BALLYNAHINCH

    Address

    Main Street, Saintfield, BALLYNAHINCH, County Down, BT24 7AB

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Village

    Saintfield is a village located about halfway between Belfast and Downpatrick.  Before coming to the name “Saintfield” this village was known as “Tawnaghnym” and then “Taunaghnieve”, (the field of the saint). This English translation did not come to…

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  11. Welcome sign Rademon Estate Distillery

    DOWNPATRICK

    Address

    The Square, Crossgar, DOWNPATRICK, County Down, BT30 9EE

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Type:

    Village

    Crossgar (An Chrois Ghearr meaning "the short cross")  is a village about 15 miles south of Belfast – between Saintfield and Downpatrick. Crossgar is the home of Shortcross Gin in Rademon Distillery.  There is a holy well known as St. Mary’s Well…

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  12. View of Clough Castle

    DOWNPATRICK

    Address

    Clough, DOWNPATRICK, County Down, BT30 8RD

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Village

    Clough is the crossroads village (six roads meet here).  Clough has superb views out over the valleys and it is obvious why its strategic site led to the building of an early castle, ruins of which still stand today. 

    Motorists will be greeted by…

  13. Street in Forkhill

    NEWRY

    Address

    Main Street, Forkhill, NEWRY, County Down, BT35 9SH

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

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    Type:

    Village

    Forkhill (An Foirceal meaning a trough or a hollow) nestles among the unique outlines of the hills of the Ring of Gullion in the south of County Armagh. The Welcome Inn has regular traditional music session. Nearby you can go pony trekking through…

  14. View from Kilcoo to Mourne Mountains

    NEWRY

    Address

    Dublin Road, Kilcoo, NEWRY, County Down, BT34 5HP

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Village

    Kilcoo is a small village and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies between Rathfriland and Castlewellan.  Near Kilcoo is Lough Island Reavy, a small man-made lough. East of the lough is Drumena Cashel, a stone ringfort that was…

  15. Aerial view of Ardglass Golf Course

    Ardglass

    Address

    Ardglass, Ardglass, County Down, BT30 7SA

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Village

    Ardglass is a beautiful fishing village which overlooks the Irish Sea. Ardglass has been a fishing port for over two thousand years. Today it is the home port of thirty fishing vessels and it is a major fish marketing and processing centre…

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  16. Killyleagh Castle through the trees

    DOWNPATRICK

    Address

    High Street, Killyleagh, DOWNPATRICK, County Down, BT30 9QF

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Town

    Killyleagh is a large village in County Down located on the shores of Strangford Lough and dominated by Killyleagh Castle, a Loire-style chateau which claims to be the oldest inhabited castle in Ireland. The Castle has been the home of the Hamilton…

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  17. Seaforde Gardens, Maze

    DOWNPATRICK

    Address

    Seaforde Demesne, Seaforde, DOWNPATRICK, County Down, BT30 8PG

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Village

    Seaforde is a small village situated on the main Ballynahinch to Newcastle road in County Down. The village is named after the Forde family who still reside in the village, and is also home of the Seaforde Tropical Butterfly House which features…

  18. View through trees

    NEWRY

    Address

    Drumintee Road, Killeavy, NEWRY, County Down, BT35 8JT

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Village

    Meigh from the Irish an Mhaigh meaning ‘the plain’ is a small village and townland near Slieve Gullion. Meigh is relatively compact, it originated as a cluster of buildings and over the years has expanded with the addition of several different parks…

  19. Newry Town Hall overlooking river

    Address

    Bank Parade, Newry,, Down and Armagh, BT34 1DQ

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    City

    The city of Newry (An tIúr 'the yew tree' ) is divided by the Clanrye River located in the south east of Northern Ireland on the border of Counties Down and Armagh.  Newry was once a bustling trading port. Newry Canal, which opened in 1742, is the…

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  20. Kilnasaggart stone

    NEWRY

    Address

    Kilnasaggart Road, Jonesborough, NEWRY, County Down, BT35 8JA

    Telephone

    033 0137 4046

    Type

    Type:

    Village

    Jonesborough sits close to the border with County Louth in the Republic of Ireland and has one of Ulster’s most lively open markets, attracting large crowds to their Sunday Fair. Not far from the village lies the ruins of Moyry Castle built in the…

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