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Portmore Equestrian Centre

Glendona House is close to Nutt's Corner mortorsports centre, Ulster Grand Prix RaceWay , Portmore Equestrian centre.
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10 Minutes From Antrim

Castle Gardens and Lough Neagh.

 

 

10 Minutes From Lisburn

Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum.

 

 

 

15 Minutes From Belfast

Titanic Exhibition, Odyssey Arena, Grand Opera House, Water Front Hall and Ulster Museum.

 

 

40 Minutes From Glendona House

Giant's Causeway

 

Lagan Towpath

Glendona House is situated along the bands of the Canal towpath which stretches from Belfast to Lough Neagh. It allows for easy walking or cycling in scenic surroundings. Users can take also pleasure in a spot of birdwatching or fishing at the Broadwater Lake.
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Brownlow House

Brownlow House was built in 1836 to the design by Scottish architect William Henry Playfair, replacing the earlier house which was built in the early 1600s.
It is reputed to have 365 rooms and was built for Charles Brownlow.
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Lurgan Park and Lake

Lurgan Park is the second largest public park in Ireland (259 acres) and is enjoyed by as many as 2000 people every day.
This 59-acres man-made lake was dug during the Famine as a means of creating jobs for the local people At the time of its construction the lake was one of the largest hand dug lakes in Ireland.
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Lough Neagh

Lough Neagh is the largest lake in the UK and Ireland and offers a range of watersports and birdwatching activities. The discovery centre is one of Northern Ireland's most innovative visitor attractions. A range of retail and boating facilities are also available.
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Welcome to the B&B

Enjoy a friendly, informal stay at our friendly home...

About Us

Our accomodation is set in charming and mature gardens.

Where are we?

Excellent location for pleasure or business. Close to the M1 motorway at Junction 9. Regular bus services from Glenavy to Belfast.

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