Description

View one of the finest Georgian country houses in Ireland on this coach tour.

The present Grey Abbey house is the third house to be built on the site.  The current owners will guide you around and join you for tea and scones.  You will also visit the Cistercian Abbey founded by Lady Affreca, the wife of John de Courcy.
Tour leaves by coach from Ards Visitor Information Centre.
Tickets & Pricing
  • Standard £20.00
Sat, 20 Jul 2019
1:00pm to 4:30pm

Ards Visitor Information Centre

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Tea with the Lord

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Embrace this superb opportunity to visit Ballywalter House, the beautiful stately home of the Dunleath family for over 150 years.

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Explore Mount Stewart’s wonderful gardens and Echlinville Distillery on this coach tour.

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Woodland and Whiskey Coach Tour

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Enjoy a guided walk with the Head Ranger in the estate farmland at Mount Stewart before an intriguing visit to Echlinville Distillery.

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