Lying at the start of Carlingford Lough, surrounded by mountains on all sides - the Mournes to the east and Slieve Gullion to the west. The area has been a centre of population since prehistoric times when it became established as 'The Gap of the North', the main route between the south and the north of Ireland. There is much to offer the visitor, whether your tastes are for historic sites rich in tradition and folklore, breathtaking mountain walks and scenery, or outdoor sports on land or water.
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Merchants Quay, Newry, Co. Down
89 Drumintee Rd, Killeavy, Newry, BT35 8SW, Co. Down
Slieve Gullion Courtyard, a quadrangle of buildings of considerable architectural interest built in 1820. Renovated and refurbished to modern levels of comfort the buildings still retain their old style character and charm.
The square, Warrenpoint, Newry, Co. Down
11 Forkhill Rd, Newry, BT35 8LL, Co. Down
Beautifully placed just outside the city of Newry and set near the world famous Slieve Gullion mountain the Golf Inn offers the very best in restaurant, bar, accommodation, banqueting and conferencing facilities, catering for small parties to large b
6 Harbour Drive, Annalong, Newry, BT34 4TT, Co. Down
Set in an idyllic corner of Ireland, beside the most painted working cornmill, with a panoramic view from the restaurant of the Mourne Mountains down to the sea. Hospitality and fine food come like the view... naturally. Situated only 10 minutes from
15 Kinnahalla Road, Hilltown, Newry, BT34 5XJ, Co. Down
Mary Catherine's Cottage is a traditional Irish farm dating to the 1700's. The cottage, stable and outbuilding have been sympathetically restored and can cater for up to 150 visitors. Guests are encouraged to stroll around the grounds where you will
55-56 Merchants Quay, Newry, BT35 9HE, Co. Down
50 Crossan Road, Mayobridge, Newry, BT34 2HY, Co. Down
2, Caddells Lane, Rathfriland, Newry, BT34 5PX, Co. Down
3 Sugar Island Road, Newry, Co. Down