- Hugh McCanns is situated between the majestic Mountains of Mourne in Co Down and the Irish Sea. The property boasts beauty in its design and panoramic views from every window. The building is 200 years old and has been sympathetically restored to preserve the old world charm, yet with all modern comforts and a fabulous design to take advantage of a stunning location. We are proud that this successful business has been family run for over 40 years and continues to evolve with the town of Newcastle in which we are situated. We have an award winning team of Chef’s that cater for any and all tastes. Daily fresh Fish specials, a fantastic bar snack menu, sumptious evening menu and an unbeatable Sunday Carvery make us a very popular destination for friends catching up or large groups for celebrations.
- Whether you’re looking for a high quality takeaway, or a sit down meal in a warm and comfortable restaurant, you can expect a friendly and welcoming environment. Based in the heart of Newcastle, all food is freshly cooked by our award winning Indian chef. So if you’re looking for a delicious curry, or a selection of juicy Indian dishes, we guarantee you’ll be more than satisfied. As well as mouthwatering food, you can also make the most of our superb cocktails from our in-house mixologist. So if you’re looking for an Indian restaurant with a lively atmosphere and lovely views of the sea, please don’t hesitate to drop by.
- 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.
- This magnificent 115 year old building, formerly a railway hotel, is the perfect spot for some well-earned pamper and play. There’s a world-leading ESPA Spa on site, offering every therapy you can think of. The globally renowned Royal County Down golf course is right on the doorstep. And the hotel overlooks a long and winding beach – perfect for your little bucket and spade brigade – in the heart of seaside town Newcastle, all framed by the Mourne mountains sweeping down to the sea. Not bad, eh?
- For that more informal style of meal or drink why not visit The Percy French restaurant resting at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, in the grounds of the Slieve Donard hotel. At The Percy French you are greeted with a smile and the log burning fires ensure a relaxing atmosphere
- Located in Newcastle at the foot of the beautiful Mourne Mountains the Donard Hotel is ideally situated for a great family holiday, a relaxing weekend break, business or private event. An established family run hotel, the Donard Hotel provides its guests with the highest standards of comfort and hospitality in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
- Darren Ireland is Chef and proprietor of Vanilla Restaurant. Born in Newcastle, he has been in the restaurant business for 9 years. Vanilla opened in October 2009, and Darren raised the bar on what he wanted to provide his clientele. Vanilla has also teamed up with local wine merchants and producers to bring some unique flavours to the table and provide a dining experience second to none. Enthusiasm and dedication to deliver food of a high standard is what keeps the customers coming back again and again.
- “The Harbour House Inn is a family run business, owned by Frank & Brenda Connolly who have been serving customers for nearly 30 years. Not only do we offer a bistro menu in the bar, but we also have a 70 seater restaurant next door (Stone Boat Restaurant) which trades predominantly in fresh fish and shell fish The Connolly family extend a warm Irish welcome to you at the Harbour House Inn, Newcastle, Co. Down “Where the Mountains o’ Mourne sweep down to the sea” This eclectic establishment is comprised of Bed & Breakfast accommodation, The Stone Boat Restaurant, relaxing lounge, bar and pool room and the best beer garden views for miles around. We are built on the sea wall overlooking the Harbour. The harbour is the most historic area of Newcastle. Home to many longstanding families, the harbour is still used for small scale commercial fishing. “