- Savoy Café is a family run business in the heart of Newcastle County Down. Using the best locally sourced ingredients prepared by Paddy & Eileen Mallon (former head chef & have both been in the hospitality business for many years) the new Savoy Café brings quality homemade food to Newcastle’s main street. Coffee We offer a wide selection of top quality coffee served by our trained baristas. Cakes/Bakes We bake our own homemade scones every day and provide a selection of home made tray bakes and cakes. Food Our daily homemade soups have become very popular with our customers. We also provide breakfast and evening menus. Special Selections Wanting to provide the best quality locally sourced produce we have chosen to sell D.P. Connelly & Sons award winning 100% natural juices & hand made crisps.
- The Restaurant offers special dishes each day as well as an established repertoire of fish dishes, grills and salads. On Sundays and special occasions such as Mothers’ Day and Valentines Day, special Celebration Menus are created. Parties and group bookings are always welcome at the Strand Restaurant with seating up to 76 people.
Popular Things to do
- Come and join us every Saturday morning from 10.30am until 12pm We have something different every week from fun with foam, felt & fabric, ceramic painting,little painters sessions,creations with candles & clay.£5 per child for an arts & crafts session. Parental assistance is required for under 5’s. I am also available for private hire for birthday parties, festivals and events
- The Tropicana is an open air warm swimming pool loacted in the town centre. The deepest it goes is 1.2 metres and it is a childrens swimming pool consisting of two pools, both with their own slide. The smaller pool is very small and is mostly used for babies and toddlers with an elephant slide that goes into the water. The bigger pool is deeper than the small one and has a large yellow water slide that twists and turns, and is quite high up. The tropicana has been in Newcaslte since the eighties and is well liked by both locals and tourists. It is only open during the summer months of July and August. Tropicanarama (disco and pool games), is on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. There is also swimming lessons Mon-Fri 9am-11:30am. Play sessions in the pool are Mon-Fri 2pm-4pm with floats and play equipment. Prices: Single Swim (under eight) £3.05 Single Swim (over eight to adult) £3.55 Adult Non Swimmer (accompanied by a full paying child) £1 Senior Citizens Swim £1.75 10 Swim Ticket- Under eight £22.50 10 Swim Ticket- Eight years to Adult £30.50 Rainy Day Ticket £1.85 Family Ticket (5 people) £15.15 Tropicanarama £3.55
- It is not known where exacly the name ‘Bloody Bridge’ comes from, although it is thought that it may derive from a massacre that occured in the area in 1641. It is said that bodies where thrown over the bridge and into the river, tainting it red with blood. The area surrounding the Bloody Bridge is eerily beautiful and extreamly popular with walkers and backpackers as a gateway into the mournes. There is a carpark at the location of the Bloody Bridge that has both toilet and showering facilities, although during the height of the summer season this can be very busy.