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Donaghadee Town Trail

This urban walk provides an opportunity to learn more about the buildings, monuments and streetscapes which have given the town its historical character.

Millisle Beach is a nearby attraction.

County

Down

Distance

1.5 miles

OS Map

Sheet 15

Nearest Town

Donaghadee

Route Shape

Circular

Route Type

Urban

Terrain

Town centre footpath.

Grid Reference (Start)

J594799

Grid Reference (End)

J594799

Point of Interest

Monuments and buildings in the town

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Strangford Lough

Route Description

The route meanders around the buildings, monuments and streetscapes which have given shape to the town. The walker can enjoy the history of the town and also enjoy the extended walking trails included in the guide. A full description and historic information is provided in the Donaghadee Walking Guide leaflet.

Getting to the Start

Donaghadee is 8 miles to the west of Newtownards and 6 miles from Bangor. Public transport serves the area - see www.translink.co.uk.

Dogs

Dogs are allowed. Dogs should be kept on leads at all times

Accessibility Grade

Grade 3

Accessible Facilities

The following facilities are available for users with limited mobility:

Café (wheelchair accessible)
Shop (wheelchair accessible)
Visitors Centre
Disabled toilets
Disabled parking

Facilities

Toilet and refreshment facilities are accessible around the town.

Publication

Donaghadee Walking Guide

Publication Availability

The walking guide is available from Newtownards or Portaferry Tourist Information Centre Tel. 028 9182 6846 and can be downloaded from www.ards-council.gov.uk. An accompanying podcast is also available to download from the website.

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Ratings and Comments

★★★☆☆
Tim 27 August, 2014 @ 21:14

We really enjoyed how informative the guide was - we've walked around Donaghadee a number of times but learned new things this time. It was okay with small children but the castle is inaccessible to buggies (well, you have to carry them as we found out the hard way!). Shame Mauds didn't feature on the guide - some fine ice-cream to be had there! But all in all a good walk we wouldn't have done without this guide.

★★★★★
carolann 8 December, 2010 @ 14:13

interesting and enjoyable walk peaceful to would do it all again

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