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The Stables at Ballygraffan - Maurice's Stable and Harry's Stable

104A Killinchy Road, Ballygraffan, Comber, Newtownards, Co Down, BT23 5NE
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Set in 50 acres of breathtaking scenery in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the banks of Strangford Lough, our converted stables are the perfect place to relax and re-charge.

We are only 20 minutes from Belfast and once here, Ballygraffan is like a sanctuary where you can get back in touch with nature and de-stress.

There is plenty to do whether it be discovering more about yourself through an Equine Experience (personal development with horses), visiting the on-site neolithic burial mound, visiting the nearby tourist attractions and excellent eating establishments or simple relaxing and soaking up the unique ambiance.

Each stable is beautifully presented and remarkably spacious. We guarantee that you will wake up feeling totally refreshed. They really were working stables until recently and are named after the horse who's stable it used to be.

You can open the patio doors, and look out over the beautiful view from your bed. The balcony gets sun in the morning and evening so it's the perfect spot for a leisurely breakfast or a G&T in the evening.

You can do as little or as much as you want on your stay and you will always receive a warm welcome.

You may find that you never want to leave.


Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Room / Unit Features

  • Ground floor bedrooms available
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • TV In Bedrooms

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