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  1. Group of women enjoying a drink and some traditional music at Denvir's Inn in Downpatrick, County Down
    Denvir's is steeped in history and is the perfect setting for a drink, a bite to eat or an overnight stay in the heart of Downpatrick. The atmosphere is warm and friendly with plenty of craic so don't be afraid to join in.We hope to welcome you soon.
  2. A couple warming their hands at a fire whilst enjoying a bushcraft experience at Finnebrogue Woods School of Bushcraft.
    Get Wild in the Woods while reconnecting with nature and one another as you learn from Finnebrogue Woods Bushman Rob, on one of our exciting bushcraft experiences.
    1. Luxury double bedroom at The Cuan, Strangford
      The Cuan is situated on the shores of Strangford Lough, on the Village Green in the beautiful tranquil village of Strangford. The Cuan is the perfect setting for a mid-week break, weekend getaway or an activity led holiday with the family.
      1. Houses set overlooking Strangford Lough at The Slip, Strangford
        The ferry links the beautiful Ards and Lecale Peninsulas and the villages of Strangford and Portaferry across the Narrows of Strangford Lough. The 10 minute ferry journey allows you to take in the stunning scenery of this Marine Nature Reserve.

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        1. Houses set overlooking Strangford Lough at The Slip, Strangford

          It’s all about the sea around Strangford and Lecale. An area of outstanding natural beauty, stunning views and of special scientific interest, this part of the world is a real winner for those who like their life outdoors. Whether you want to take a boat across the lough, put on your boots and trek around its shores or immerse yourself in the world of Game of Thrones® you’ll find it all in this beautiful part of Visit Mourne.

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