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Nendrum Monastic Site, Comber

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  • Have been here a few times. Amazing views almost 365 degrees worth of Strangford Lough. A very spiritual place with quaint visitor centre on monastic site with exhibition and fascinating historic insi...  more »
  • Nendrum is a site drenched in history. It sits on an island in Strangford Lough at the end of a narrow rural road, not suitable for large coaches. There is a visitor centre with one toilet but this is...  more »
  • This is an amazing place. The worlds oldest tide mill from 600AD. The sense of history is moving. The views to the Lough on all sides are breathtaking.  more »
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  • This place is a hidden gem. You get to travel through some beautiful countryside to get there and when you do... Wow. This is one of my favourite places to visit. The place is steeped in history and the location is just so peaceful and beautiful. There is a little museum there, tucked away in the trees and bushes, which is also well worth a visit. Go and see one of the many beautiful places this country has to offer.
  • This is one of those little Lost Treasures you really should visit located in one of the most beautiful locations surrounding Strangford Lough. The grounds contain a little museum to explain the history of the site and it's historical importance to Ireland. This is not to be missed if you're following 'St Patrick's Trail'.
  • Lovely location tucked out of the way. None of my friends from around here have heard of it. Well worth a visit for the beautiful drive and for the site itself.
  • Bit out of the way but a pleasant place to have a walk around. Gorgeous views on the way round though.
  • This site is quite famous for being the place that the hymn "Be thou my vision" was first composed in the Irish language.