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The Dundrum Inn

143 - 145 Main Street, Dundrum, Newcastle, Down, BT33 0LX
The Dundrum Inn


The Dundrum Inn is situated in the beautiful village of Dundrum on the shores of Murlough Bay. A coastal hub within the Mourne Area of outstanding natural beauty which stretches across 57,000 hectares around the range of mountains that provide its name. Established in 1820 as a spirit grocer the Dundrum Inn, as the only pub in the village, is a vibrant social hub. Situated on the main street in the centre of the village, it commands a prime position with high passing vehicular traffic. The pub restaurant is 320 m2 (3450 sqft) and sits on a 700Located within an easy 1-hour drive of Belfast and 1.5- hours of Dublin, Dundrum is a picturesque village on the scenic coastal route between our two capital cities. The village is nestled in Murlough Bay which is home to Northern Ireland’s first Nature Reserve and is a registered blue flag beach. Murlough National Nature Reserve is a fragile 6000 year-old sand dune system managed by the National Trust and is an excellent area for walking and bird watching. The village also attracts many visitors to its 12th century ruined Anglo-Norman castle which sits high on the hill behind the village. From the castle grounds, there are beautiful panoramic views of the Mourne Mountains, the secluded bay and Murlough National Nature Reserve. It is ideally placed at just 4 miles from the world class Royal County Down Golf Course and other accessible courses include Ardglass, Downpatrick, Spa and Mayobridge. It is easy to enjoy a day at the races with Downpatrick racecourse just a 10-minute drive away or for the more energetic there are popular walking and mountain bike trails in our local Tollymore and Castlewellan forest parks.



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Monday Saturday 12 -11pm
Sunday 12.30-10pm
May vary from Season to Season

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