Things to see and do - Strangford
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Dating from the Middle Ages, this charming little port nestles on the west bank of the narrows linking the lough to the sea. The tower house was begun in the 15C, but is mainly 16C in style. An internal wooden staircase climbs the three floors to a narrow roof walk which provides a fine view of the port, narrows, Portaferry and the southern end of the Ards Peninsula.
Tourist attractions Strangford : Things to see and do
Grounds dominating Strangford Lough provide the superb setting for this residence, built from 1760 to 1775. It is a unique architectural compromise between the tastes of Bernard Ward and his wife Anne. He had a penchant for the rigour of classical st..
Audley's Castle, a medieval tower house now in ruins, was designed in the "gatehouse" style. It stands on a spit of land projecting into Strangford Lough, a huge landlocked sea inlet that resembles a lake. A walk across the fields to the we..