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Discover a place of enchantment

Mount Stewart, the Irish family home of the Marquesses of Londonderry. Filled with the spirit and character of Edith, Lady Londonderry, the house, gardens and demesne reveal the history, grandeur and enchantment of Mount Stewart, bringing it to life in a glorious celebration of people, power and plants.


With imagination, colour and passion, Edith created a sanctuary for world renowned guests, a playground for children and a place alive with her spirit of adventure and fun.

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  • Portaferry Road
  • Newtownards
  • Down
  • BT22 2AD

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Voted as one of the Top 10 Gardens to visit in the world
  • Picturesque lake surrounded by beautiful swathes of woodland
  • Miles of walks around the unique historic demesne
  • The Mount Stewart tearoom and local gift shop
  • Don't Miss

    • Explore garden rooms recreated using diaries of Edith, Lady Londonderry
    • Discover the fascinating history of Mount Stewart mansion
    • Magnificent views of Strangford Lough from Temple of the Winds
    • Picturesque lake surrounded by beautiful swathes of woodland
    • Miles of walks around the unique, historic demesne.
  • Facilities

    • Shop with the best of local craft products
    • Try homemade delights in the tearoom
    • Garden shop with plants propagated at Mount Stewart
    • Free parking 
  • Family and Children

    • Baby-changing facilities
    • Family activity packs and seasonal activities
    • Natural play area
  • Access

    • Mobility parking only 100 yards away
    • Drop-off point
    • Adapted toilet at reception area
    • Level entrance to building
    • Wheelchairs available, booking essential. Stairs to other floors.
    • Partly accessible grounds, loose gravel paths
    • Map of accessible route. PMVs available, booking essential.

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