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Our favourite things to do near Ballyhalbert Holiday Park

Our favourite things to do near Ballyhalbert Holiday Park

When it comes to holiday homes in Northern Ireland, Ballyhalbert Holiday Park is the place to be. This holiday park has its own mini golf course, multipurpose clubhouse and ice cream parlour, making it an excellent choice for families looking for a seaside holiday. However, we know that your perfect holiday often involves venturing further than the holiday park itself. So we’ve put together a list of our favourite things to do near Ballyhalbert Holiday Park!

Mount Stewart

 

mount stewart

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Mount Stewart is an awe-inspiring and unusual garden belonging to the National Trust. It’s one of the best-preserved Irish country demesnes and the house has recently reopened after a three-year-long restoration project. You can now experience the elegance and charm of the house when it was home to the 7th Marchioness Edith, Lady Londonderry and her family in the early 20th century. You can enjoy six kilometres of walking trails that wind through a landscape that boasts a range of plants from all corners of the world, ensuring there’s something to see whatever the season.

Donaghadee Harbour

 

donaghadee harbour

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What better way to spend a relaxing afternoon than taking a stroll along the cobbled sea walk and out to the lighthouse at Donaghadee Harbour? The walk gives you a good view of the small but picturesque and friendly coastal town. If you fancy some peace and quiet in the fresh air, Donaghadee Harbour is the ideal spot and there’s plenty to look at with the old remnants of a once-vibrant fishing industry. It’s a lovely day out whatever the weather and the mood can range from tranquil to stormy depending on what time of year you go.

Grey Abbey

 

grey abbey

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Grey Abbey is the remains of a Cistercian monastery that dates back to 1193 and is one of Ireland’s most impressive examples of early gothic architecture. The remains of the Abbey are situated in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of the local village and the grounds offer a fantastic place to walk, play and learn.

The Ark Open Farm

 

ark open farm

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The Ark Open Farm is a fantastic family day out. It’s home to a huge selection of farm animals and some that are a little more exotic – all set within 40 acres of beautiful countryside. It’s one of the very first open farms in Northern Ireland specialising in rare breeds of farm animals. There are numerous facilities to enjoy, such as indoor & outdoor play areas, quad & tractor rides and a cool fairy-tale forest.

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