Ballynahinch Vacation Packages
Many of Down’s most popular attractions can be found near to Ballynahinch, so it is a great place to base yourself while you are in town. Two of the most interesting places to see are the fabulous Legamanny Dolmen and the fantastic Lisburn Cathedral. And don’t miss the Castle Gardens and the Irish Linen Centre and Museum.
To gain a deeper understanding of Down, visit one of its many cultural destinations. Visit some of the noteworthy artistic and historic collections including the Down County Museum in Downpatrick, Hilden Brewery in Lisburn and the St. Patrick Centre.
To surround yourself with nature, plan a trip to the nearby parks and reserves. These are good spots to relax. Immerse yourself in nature and soak up some sunshine in tranquil places such as the Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park in Belfast and the City of Belfast International Rose Garden. Enjoy the nearby wilderness by heading to the Castlewellan Forest Park in Castlewellan.
To get active in nature, grab your golf bag and head to the Malone Golf Club in Belfast, the Dunmurry Golf Club and the Belvoir Park Golf Club.
See much-loved sporting heroes, the Ulster Rugby, battle their opponents in the nearby Ravenhill Stadium, Belfast. To look like a local, don’t forget to pack some red and white, the colors of the Ulster Rugby.
After a day exploring the streets of Ballynahinch, relax for the night in one of the area’s popular bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. If you're looking for great service and a comfortable bed, check out the Ramada Plaza Belfast, the La Mon Hotel And Country Club, Belfast, and the Beechlawn House Hotel, Belfast.
Accommodation in Ballynahinch
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