Number 25 is a charming, Three-Star*** 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. Two minutes walk from the Award WinningCuan restaurant, the Spinnaker restaurant and two welcoming pubs. Further a field and within 15 minutes drive there are a number of excellent restaurants such as Currans (Chapeltown), Balloo House (Food & Wine Ulster Restaurant of the Year 2011 - Killinchy) and Daft Eddies (Sketrick Island Whiterock, Killinchy).
A minute from the quayside or the lovely wooded walk of the ‘Squeeze’, a key stafe on the Lecale Way, with stunning views over Strangford Lough.
Number 25 has a sittingroom with warm, open fireplace, original terracotta tiles and many other original victorian terrace features. The property is also centrally heated throughout.
A modern kitchen (oven/hob/microwave) is well stocked and comes with a ‘Welcome Pack’ to get you started.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms (2 doubles, sleeping 3 or two couples) and bathroom (electric shower), all in keeping with the character of the house.
Bed linen, towels and utilities are all included in our charge.
25 CastleStreet is a TV free, no smoking environment - time for a good book, a warm fire and delightful music!
Outside there is a private, furnished courtyard garden, perfect for that summer's evening barbeque!
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Recently, Miranda Krestovnikoff from the BBC’s COAST team discovered how seals cope with the struggle to find food as they bring up their pups in the beautiful inland sea of Strangford Lough. Watch the episode at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mvlc
Strangford is only 45 minutes from Belfast City, which offers the tourist/visitor many cultural attractions, dining delights and super shopping. Visit the birthplace of the Titantic - Titantic Belfast: www.titanicbelfast.com. For all the latest culture news and events in Belfast and Northern Ireland, visitwww.culturenorthernireland.org