A unique property with stunning unrivalled & uninterrupted views over Strangford Lough and the adjacent seal reserve at Cloughy Rocks. One mile from beautiful Strangford village, National Trust property-Castle Ward and from ferry terminal to Portaferry. Perfect for sea
Seal cottage is a well equipped, cosy cottage, set in a peaceful location with beautiful views. A very relaxing break.… More
“Perfect home from home.”
Reviewed 22 May 2015
Only stayed a few days but wish it was longer. We are a family party of eight & the cottage was big enough to give us plenty of space & comfort. We all felt so relaxed during our stay, & everything we… More
Thank you for your positive review we appreciate it. We hope to see you at Seal Cottage again sometime!
“Lovely location, great sized accommodation.”
Reviewed 7 Sep 2015
Booking process and communication all straight forward.
House ready on-time on the day, warm, friendly greeting by owners parents (including milk for tea and cakes)
Property gardens, lo… More
Number 25 is a charming, Three-Star*** NITB approved, Victorian terraced house on a flowered bedecked street that is part of the Lecale Way and at the heart of the pretty seaside village, Strangford. A 100 yards walk from the Award Winning Cuan restaurant, the Artisan C
Strangford has been a local favourite with family and friends for many years. Seal Cabin provides the opportunity to unplug from the internet and distractions of television in this secluded spot on the outskirts of Strangford village. The cabin would be described as a
Beautifully located amazing views especially on a sunny clear day. Hosts were extremely welcoming and informed us of everything that was going on in the village. Cabin is spotless clean something diff… More
Hi Evelyn, we're glad you enjoyed your stay at Seal Cabin and appreciate your Review. We will consider your comments about privacy from the main house, although it might be difficult to erect another fence as the current one divides off as much of the drive way as possible to still allow access to/from the cabin for our guests. But many thanks and hopefully this won't deter you from visiting us again. Sonya & Mark
Located in the idyllic village of Strangford on the shores of Strangford Lough, Number 42 is a listed self catering property and accommodates up to 5 people. The accommodation has been extensively renovated in 2009. The rate for your holiday is fully inclusive and inclu
We have stayed at No 42 for many years now and it really is home from home.
The house is beautiful, location is fantastic for us as it is close to our family, shop, pubs and places to eat all in walk… More
“Great week at Number 42”
Reviewed 19 Jul 2015
The owner, Paul, met us at the property and showed us around, also gave us some good tips for eating out. The house is very clean and comfortable and has all the amenities you require. We stayed for… More
“Great holiday cottage in a beautiful setting”
Reviewed 27 Nov 2016
Well equipped and cosy cottage in a fantastic location. A few minutes walk to the amenities in the village.
It was n't the weather for using the garden but looks like it will be great in the warmer… More
Mike, thank you and hope to see you again soon Paul
Strangford lough, an area of outstanding beauty.
This property with woodburning fire garden & patio and private parking to rear is situated in a picturesque fishing village. It has shops, beaches walks and local attractions at Castleward, ferry to outdoor aquarium at
One bedroom guest accommodation situated on Castle Street, the main street, in the picturesque village of Strangford. The apartment is encompassed within an historic listed Georgian building with it's own private access and decked area to the rear within a walled court
Beautiful modern house designed by Architect owner and completely rebuilt in 2012. Traditional exterior, comfortable, spacious and extremely well finished interior.
TV in kitchen and living room, Wifi, bluetooth speakers, LAN port in all rooms. Washing machine / tumbl
Our first stay at the Red Door but unlikely to be our last. An excellent house with good facilities.Well placed to explore Strangford and the County Down coast. Lots to do in the immediate area, inclu… More
“The Red Door - Beautiful Holiday Home”
Reviewed 10 Aug 2016
Stayed here from 6 August 2016 for 3 days with family including 3 young grandchildren. The house is exceptional - very modern and comfortable with everything you could possibly need. Plenty of places… More
Many thanks for taking the time to post a review. Glad to hear you had a great stay. We do make an effort to cater for the little ones so especially great that they were happy. Look forward to seeing you next time. Ps. The Portaferry Aquarium re-opens next week.
“Great location, dream let”
Reviewed 1 Aug 2016
Located in the heart of the village, The Red Door, is a comfortable, cosy and modern let. For such good value for money, I would be happy to stay again!!!… More
Many thanks for your review. We will also be very happy to welcome you back next time!
This accommodation is a 200 year old Alms House found right at the gate of the National Trust property Castleward and within walking distance to were a lot of the filming of Game of Thrones took place and where the Winterfell tour takes place daily. Our home is 2 miles
Clean, bright and spacious, this modern 2 bedroom second floor self catering apartment comes with very comfortable and relaxing living area and bedrooms and a kitchen well stocked with a wide range of utensils. Close to the water's edge, the panoramic dawn to dusk south
Modern townhouse situated in the beautiful village of Strangford on the shores of Strangford Lough. Its bright and airy and designed to suit all age groups. We hope you will love it as much as we do!
We have 3 bedrooms over 2 floors. The top floor has a king size bed
Strangford, positioned at the narrow opening to Strangford Lough, is one of Northern Irelands most picturesque villages. It is a historic village which is a designated conservation area offering an idyllic location for a relaxing stay. The Old Rectory is located
A lovely place to stay. Some properties aren't really big enough for the number of people they can accommodate. This has seven bedrooms on the upstairs floor, meaning that the reception and kitchen ar… More
Originating in Norman Times "Harbour View" was once a Tower House where merchants watched for sailing boats arriving with their goods at Strangford quay. The property has a vaulted passage way leading from the shore to a long forgotten Inn on Castle Street.
Harbour View was a great base. Plenty of space and lovely period features. Fabulous views from the breakfast / window bar across Strangford Lough- proved a favourite spot with the whole family to watc… More
Thank you for such a lovely review we really appreciate it.
A 19th century farm outbuilding Dunsey Beag has been fully insulated and refurbished with central heating and tiled flooring throughout, whilst retaining it's original external features.
It is 3 miles from Strangford and 2 minutes walk from a beautiful beach. Killard Na
The house overlooks the lough and across to portaferry. The house has been modernised recently . The large living room has a wood burning stove and views over the lough. The extremely spacious kitchen , dining room is housed in a converted barn. The kitchen leads out to
Carraig Dunsey House sits on an elevated location overlooking the entrance to Strangford Lough. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
It is located in 5 acres of mature gardens and trees in what was once a farm.
Breakfast is served upstairs in our dining room wit