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Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Denvir's Coaching Inn offers accommodations in Downpatrick, 21 mi from Belfast. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The breakfast was AMAZING! Very nicely done, tasty, hot and served by a very gracious host. I just loved sitting in that little breakfast room, which was once the kitchen for the building, and thinking about all the history there. Very inspiring. The towels were nice and I appreciated that the hair dryer was hung on the side of the vanity so I could find it easily. Loved the tea making set up. I took full advantage of that. Much better than those horrid Keurig cup things in the States. My friend and I had had a late lunch so we ordered a cheese plate and drinks in the little bar that evening. A splendid way to close the day.
Located in Downpatrick, Ballydugan Country House provides free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a garden, a shared lounge and a terrace. Our hostess was such an exceptional person. She met us with two pots of tea and homemade fruitcake and scones. Every day there was fresh squeezed orange juice and a delicious breakfast with amazing choices. The rooms were like something out of good Victorian novel with real silver brush and comb sets, exquisite linens, and enormous bathrooms. And each room had a selection of well-chosen books that demonstrated the fact that the hostess is an avid reader. I loved the fact that it was a family property with unusual things like foxes on the wall from prior years when the family used to hunt.
Located 27 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall, Creeghduff Lodge has accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. A fridge and electric tea pot are also available. Owners are real nice, went out of their way to please us. Room was spacious, so was the bathroom. Very clean and cosy. Breakfast was great. What raspberries!!
Featuring garden views, Sally Gardens Cottage provides accommodations with a patio and a coffee machine, around 24 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall. Peaceful location and very comfortable cottage with everything we needed for our stay also good communication from Eddie, our host.
Located in Downpatrick in the County Down region, Brookvale Cottage features a patio. The 4-star vacation home is 18 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall. everything it was a pleasure to stay there, we were made very welcome, the amenities were excellent would highly recommend
Located in Downpatrick, Number Nine offers accommodations with free WiFi access throughout and on-site private parking free of charge. Very friendly and welcoming. My little corner of the house was clean, well presented and had everything I needed. Would definitely be my 1st choice again if I was in the area again :)
Lecale Bliss in Downpatrick provides accommodations with free WiFi, 27 miles from The Waterfront Hall, 27 miles from SSE Arena, Belfast and 28 miles from Titanic Belfast. Very peaceful and better than any hotel I have ever stayed in. Exceptional attention to detail in cleanliness. Five minutes drive from Downpatrick
Located in Downpatrick, Number 14 offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a garden and a shared lounge. We had an extremely enjoyable stay at Eamonn's beautiful home and garden which was spotlessly clean. Nothing was too much trouble for him, including a welcome cup of tea on arrival, good advice on local restaurants and a very tasty cooked breakfast. Each room is tastefully decorated with interesting stories attached to many of the mementos. Eamonn is a superb and friendly host.
The Heights & Hollows Farmhouse, Saul, Downpatrick, SLEEPS 14 is located in Downpatrick, 24 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall, 25 miles from The Waterfront Hall, and 25 miles from SSE Arena,... Beautiful location for families or mixed groups. Plenty of facilities in Downpatrick and an easy drive to Belfast. Eamonn really is a superhost who was so thoughtful and had Haloween decorations and sweeties for the kids. One of, of not the, best equipped kitchens and houses we have rented, fabulous spaces and the bar out the back was brilliant!
Such a great town! So many things to do and lots of amenities in close range. The Strangford ferry was a highlight together with the little aquarium in Portaferrry. So much gorgeous scenery and friendly folk with activities within 20 mins for all ages. Road to Belfast quick with public transport from the town frequent and reliable.
Downppatrick adn Co. Down is worth a visit even if youre not a Game of Thrones fan. The Mountains of Mourne sweeping down to the sea in Newcastle is still a joy to see. Strangford Lough has new restaurants and Castleward is alwasy fun.
As I went to Downpatrick for a hospital appointment, not as a tourist, and with everywhere closed down apart from supermarket, where I purchased sandwiches for my dinner. that I ate in my room, bar closed due to lockdown. so a quiet night.
Loved the cathedral, saint Patrick's burial place and the museam. good selection of local shops. We drove up the coast to the Bushmill distillery and to see the giants causeway. The people we met were so friendly we felt really at home.
Hailing from Downpatrick orginally, so disappointed how the town has degraded over the years. The litter round Asda was disgusting especially from McDonalds. The council should hold McDonalds to account and provide more dustbins around the town especially recycle bins. Boarded up shops don't encourage one to shop. Parking is a nightmare. The Down Museum was excellent and delighted it was free.
A comfortable B&B with everything we wanted for our 2 night stay. Lovely to have the choice of different teas and coffee making facilities in our room with a shower room full of toiletries. Breakfast was plentiful and well presented. Angela and Edmund our hosts made us feel especially welcome and very attentive. Our weekend stay was the perfect location was perfect for the Equine Endurance event we were attending at Downpatrick Racecourse.