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THE SURROUNDINGS



     


County Down in Northern Ireland is a popular holiday spot for couples, families and sporting enthusiasts. Most famous for it’s links with Ireland’s Patron Saint, St Patrick and home to the majestic Mourne Mountains, the region boasts numerous sights and attractions to keep even the most adventurous visitor busy.



Down Golf Links apartment is just a few minutes drive away from the busy town of Newcastle.




About Newcastle:

Internationally renowned for being home to one of the world’s leading golf courses, Royal County Down Golf Club, Newcastle makes a super golfing holiday location. Golfing legend Nick Faldo described the magnificent par 3 fourth hole on the Royal County Down course as his favourite on this superlative links. Tom Watson describes it as “…a tremendous test of golf. The outward half especially is as fine a nine holes as I have ever played.”



Zigzagging links, world-famous ‘bearded ‘ bunkers and a 486 yard par 4, played from one side of a huge mound down to a fairway some 60 ft below and 260 yards from the tee, make this Royal County Down Golf course an unforgettable challenge for golfers of all abilities.




But it’s not all about the golf. The seaside resort of Newcastle enjoys an enviable position at the foot of the Mourne Mountains while also boasting one of the provinces most impressive seaside promenades. Enjoy a walk along the County Down coast and stop for refreshments in one of the many cafes, bistros or modern restaurants.




Take the children to the play park, visit the famous seaweed baths or take a trek into the mountains.




Shop in the stylish boutiques and unwind with a spot of pampering in the luxury Slieve Donard Spa before rounding off the day with a drink in one of the welcoming bars.




About County Down:

The County Down coast is littered with pretty seaside towns, small bays and harbours and impressive stretches of beach. One of Northern Ireland’s finest Blue Flag beaches, Newcastle and Murlough beach is just a few minutes drive away. This five-mile stretch of golden sands is hugely popular for swimming, sunbathing and other forms of water sports.



Take a driving tour of County Down and you can follow in the footsteps of St. Patrick, explore the grandeur of the Mourne Mountains, breathe the salt air of Strangford Lough, be captivated by the beauty of the Silent Valley or feel the sand between your toes on the beaches of Newcastle. Holidays don’t get much better than this.




Open all year round, the Newcastle Tourist Information Centre on the promenade is a great place to pick up information on the local sights and attractions.
       
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