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Strangford Lough : les meilleures activités

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Home Goods Store
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“It's Winterfell folks! The very place where young Bran was taught by Jon Snow. ”
16 habitants locaux recommandent
Aquarium
“Northern Ireland's aquarium. Take the Strangford Ferry on car or on foot and cross over to the nearby Portaferry.”
11 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“You can pay to walk around the duck ponds and wetlands, or just grab a coffee with a great view of the wetlands. I also used to park here and go on some great road runs”
10 habitants locaux recommandent
Home Goods Store
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“Neo-classical house and celebrated gardens reflecting the rich tapestry of design and great planting artistry that was the hallmark of Edith, Lady Londonderry. The mild climate of Strangford Lough allows astonishing levels of planting experimentation. The formal areas exude a strong Mediterranean feel and resemble an Italian villa landscape; the wooded areas support a range of plants from all corners of the world, ensuring something to see whatever the season. Engaging tours of the opulent house reveal its fascinating heritage and historic world-famous artefacts and artwork.”
7 habitants locaux recommandent
Natural Feature
“ This is an area of outstanding beauty with amazing wildlife, yet Mesolithic tombs and a cutting edge marine current turbine span over 9000 years of human endeavour. Drumlin hills create a pleasant, rolling land and seascape dotted with islands and full of curved sheltered inlets – hence Strangford Lough’s ancient name “Loch Cuan”. Seals, porpoise, thousands of overwintering birds, nesting terns are just some of the inhabitants. The enormous diversity and abundance of wildlife make this area tremendously important for biodiversity and Strangford Lough and Dundrum Bay are part of a network of European conservation sites. The human history of the area can be traced back 9000 years to wh”
7 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
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“Visit the beautiful house, lake and gardens owned by the National Trust. Perfect for picnics and gentle walks. Also has a gift shop and coffee shop. ”
9 habitants locaux recommandent
Cinéma
“15-20 minutes drive away. Great for a rainy day. High Resolution 4k Screens”
1 habitant local recommande
Bar
“Set on an island in the stunning Strangford Lough, freshly caught seafood, great staff, beautiful walks around the small island and stunning sunsets.”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“Scrabo Tower, built in memory of the 3rd Marquis of Londonderry, sits within an iron-age hill fort atop Scrabo Hill in Scrabo Country Park. The view over Strangford Lough (with its many islands, rich surrounding farmland) and the drumlins of County Down is delightful. When the Tower is open, climb to the top for an even finer view which, on a clear day, also takes in the Belfast Hills, Sperrin and Mourne Mountains, Antrim Hills, Arran, Ailsa Craig, Galloway, Cumbria, the Isle of Man and sometimes even Snowdonia.”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant
“Bar and restaurant 3 miles from my house. A good menu with all sorts of food options including traditional, modern, gluten free and vegetarian. It's best to book a table, especially at weekends.”
6 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
“lovely walks with views across strangford lough. fantastic play park and railway”
4 habitants locaux recommandent
Bar
“Features one of the doors embossed with Games of Thrones details from the series.”
6 habitants locaux recommandent
Lodging
“They have good bar meals and a restaurant as well They serve excellent seafood.”
7 habitants locaux recommandent
Gastropub
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“Cosy front bar, an award winning gastro-pub and an artisan food and wine shop. Worth the drive!”
6 habitants locaux recommandent
Parc
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“Voted as one of the top ten gardens in the world, Mount Stewart reflects a rich tapestry of design and planting artistry bearing the hallmark of its creator. Edith, Lady Londonderry’s passion for bold planting schemes coupled with the mild climate of Strangford Lough allows rare and tender plants from across the globe to thrive in this celebrated garden. Each of the formal gardens exudes a distinct character and appeal. Mount Stewart is a delight for the senses with a series of formal themed garden compartments around the house including The Italian, Spanish, Mairi and Shamrock Garden. Visitors can enjoy the beautifully landscaped and informal grounds surrounding the picturesque lake walk.”
6 habitants locaux recommandent
Restaurant
“Best seafood restaurant in Strangford Village. Enjoy the view that looks over to the Strangford Lough.”
4 habitants locaux recommandent