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Ballyrusley B&B        
5c Ballyrusley Road, Portaferry, Newtownards

Ballyrusley B&B provides a comfortable setting while in Portaferry. It also offers a garden.The bed & breakfast has 2 well-appointed rooms that are accompanied by a range of essential facilities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Oatlands Self Catering Lets Star Rating 4        
44 Kilwarlin Road

Located within the picturesque parkland of Hillsborough, Oatlands Self Catering Lets offers comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as free Wi-Fi.The vacation rental has 2 lodgings that are fitted with all the necessities to ensure an enjoyable stay.Belfast International Airport is a 35-minute drive from Oatlands Self Catering Lets.
Inch School B&B        
78 Belfast Road

Inch School B&B provides a comfortable setting when in Downpatrick.The bed & breakfast has 5 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.Belfast International Airport is a 60-minute drive from Inch School B&B.
La Mon Hotel and Country Club Comber Star Rating 4        
41 Gransha Rd

Set on 10-acre grounds, this modern conference hotel and country club is 2.8 miles from Castlereagh Hills Golf Club and 3.5 miles from the town of Comber.
Cashel House Hotel Connemera Star Rating 4        
Spanish Parade

Cashel House Hotel gracious mid-19th century country house in Connemara. Cashel House Hotel is a luxury 4 star hotel which stands at the head of Cashel Bay, in the heart of Connemara on the West coast of Ireland and is set in a 50 acre award winning garden of flowering shrubs and woodland walks. Luxury and tranquillity, with sprawling lawns and log fires.
Ballynahinch Castle Hotel Connemara Star Rating 4        
Ballinafad, Recess

Among rugged landscape and forest on a scenic 450-acre estate, this luxe castle hotel dating from 1756 overlooks a salmon fishery on the Owenmore River. It's 2.2 km from the N59.
Clandeboye Lodge Hotel Star Rating 4        
10 Estate Road, Clandeboye

Set on landscaped grounds, this stylish hotel is an 11-minute walk from the Blackwood Golf Centre, 3.2 miles from Bangor and 10 miles from Belfast. Sleek, modern rooms feature flat-screen smart TVs, free Wi-Fi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Shelleven Guest House Star Rating 4        
61 Princetown Road

Overlooking Bangor Bay, this family-run, 19th-century guesthouse is a 3-minute walk from Pickie Fun amusement park and a 7-minute walk from Bangor train station. The country-style rooms feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some rooms also offer bay views.
The Old Inn Crawfordsburn Star Rating 4        
15-25 Main Street

Built in 1614, this quaint, thatched hotel is a 12-minute walk from Crawfordsburn Country Park and 1 mile from Helens Bay Golf Course. The refined, country-style rooms and suites feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some suites have 4-poster beds, separate living areas and private balconies, as well as wood-beamed ceilings and gas fireplaces.
Rayanne House Hotel Holywood Star Rating 5        
60 Demesne Road

In a manor dating to 1883, this elegant guesthouse a 7-minute walk from Holywood Golf Club, and 4.7 miles from Belfast city centre and the Titanic Belfast maritime museum, located at the shipyard where the RMS Titanic was built. Plush rooms mix contemporary furnishings with period accents, and provide free WiFi, iPod docks and flat-screen TVs.
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One of Ireland's most fertile counties, Down is notable for its low, beautifully cultivated hills. Its shorelines run from the Flat Ards Peninsula taking in Strangford Lough, to the beautiful Mountains of Mourne. The county boasts many important historic sites and ancient monuments, together with a wealth of attractions for the sporting enthusiast, the walker and especially the sightseer.

The coast of Down is Northern Ireland's secret treasure. An immensely varied area only moments from Belfast where you can quickly reach idyllic isolation in a holiday cottage in the Slieve Croob hills or be at the heart of the busiest nightlife, in bustling Bangor...

The towns of Bangor, Hollywood, Ardglass, Newcastle and Portaferry are typical of the now-modern Victorian seaside resorts. Newry in the south of the County is probably the busiest border crossing to Southern Ireland and is therefore a bustling trading town. The mountains of Mourne, which truly, in Percy French's words, "sweep down to the sea", are a very popular area for tourists.