For the constituency, see Killyleagh . For the village in County Armagh, see Killylea. Killyleagh Castle seen from Church Hill Killyleagh harbour and St John's church Killyleagh Castle
Killyleagh is a village and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is on the A22 road from Downpatrick, on the western side of Strangford Lough. It had a population of 2,483 people in the 2001 Census. It is best known for its 12th century Killyleagh Castle. Killyleagh lies within the Down District Council area and the Strangford Constituency area.
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35 High Street, Killyleagh, Downpatrick, BT30 9QF, Co. Down
The Dufferin Arms stands at the top of the High Street which is bordered at one end by Killyleagh's fairytale castle and at the other by Strangford Lough.
181 Killinchy Road, Killyleagh, Co. Down
Situated beside Strangford Lough. Lisbarnett House is historic, from coaching days of old to classic roadside inn of today. It is a family run business which prides itself on its excellent food and friendly, welcoming staff.