Ardglass Harbour, May 2009 Jordan's Castle, 2007
Ardglass is a coastal village, townland and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland and still a relatively important fishing harbour. It is situated on the B1 Ardglass to Downpatrick road, about 6 miles to the south east of Downpatrick, in the Lecale peninsula on the Irish Sea. It had a population of 1,668 people in the 2001 Census, and is located within the Down District Council area. It is called Ardgless in Ulster-Scots.
The village is a commuter centre for workers in Downpatrick and Belfast, a seaside resort and a local service centre providing housing and a variety of shops and services largely concentrated in Castle Place, Quay Street, Kildare Street and Bath Street. A Conservation area was designated in Ardglass in 1996, focused on its early 19th century street pattern. The village has eight archaeological sites within the area and another two nearby. There are a number of listed properties located on Castle Place, Kildare Street and The Crescent. St Nicholasâs Church, Kingâs Castle, Ardglass Castle, Isabella Tower, the disused railway station, the North Pier and the inner Dock are also listed.
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3 Downs Road, Ardglass, BT30 7UB, Co. Down
Set in Ardglass, 43 km from Belfast, Ringfad B&B features free WiFi access and free private parking. Some rooms feature a seating area for your convenience. You will find a kettle in the room.