Containing a fine cathedral built 1661 in whinstone by Bishop Jeremy Taylor (1613-67), author of Holy Living; Holy Dying. He and Bishop Percy, 18th-century prelate and poet, are buried in the cathedral. The town has a Celtic cross and a splendid Norman motte on the banks of the Lagan river Old stocks in the market square are occasionally used - for imprisoning local brides and grooms before the wedding.
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23 Hillsborough Road, Dromore, BT25 1DE, Co. Down
Located in Dromore, 24 km from Belfast, 23 Hillsborough Road B&B features free WiFi access and free private parking. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room.
6 Listullycurran Road Dromore, Lisburn, BT25 1RB, Co. Down
With a peaceful location in mature grounds, Lisnacurran B&B is located between Belfast and Dublin, just off the A1 dual carriageway, close to a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs. There is an outdoor hot tub for year round use.
8 Castle Street, Dromore, BT25 1AF, Co. Down
Adding to the already long tradition of hospitality, dating back over 220 years, the new Boyles Restaurant, in Dromore (Co.Down), takes over from all its predecessors.