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Delamont Country Park, Killyleagh
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Delamont Country Park is located in Killyleagh. To visit Delamont Country Park and get the most from your holiday in Killyleagh, create itinerary details personal to you using our Killyleagh vacation route planner.
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We visited here on a Sunday afternoon for a picnic and to let the kids play in the park. There's a £4 entry fee for the car which is fair enough. After the kids had played and we had our picnic we wen... read more »
Really enjoyed this venue which consists of beautiful walks, grassy picnic areas, play area and even a small miniature train. The park itself is extensive and there are a number of walks you can take.... read more »
after travelling around the coast of Ireland, calling in at many camp sites, we decided to try here, when we arrived I was met by the staff, 4 in total and proceeded to enquire about availability. 2 a... read more »
Another brilliant weekend in Delamont. Betty & Hugh, Site Wardens have the site spick and span as usual. Betty's green fingers are in evidence, with all the spring flowers in bloom. A 'must do' site.
Amazing site....very well maintained. Made to feel very welcome nothing was to much trouble. Showers were fabulous and the views and surrounding areas are very worthwhile
Al Murray once asked "Where would we be without rules", well it certainly wouldn't be at the Delamont Caravan park that is for sure. For those of you used to Caravan Club Sites, you are probably used to the feeling that big brother, in the form of over zealous management, is watching, heck you might even like that kind of thing! Lets face it you know that nobody would dare break the 11pm curfew and wake up the kids and that you certainly won't find that anyones dog has had an accident outside your van. Much like Germany, everything at this site, on paper at least, is immaculate and perfect, the rules are for everyones benefit and are strictly enforced hence the 4 stars, But would I go there again, errrr no, no, all I can see in my head is the list of regulation which should just be replaced with one big sign saying "No fun" and "No Toilets between 11am and 12.30am cos we are ensuring they are very very clean" (lets face it a clean toilet is always nice but if you can't use it then it is useless, give me an available clinker infested hole in the ground when I'm in need after a night on the Guinness as opposed to a single disabled toilet with a line of people outside of it anyday)
Beautiful place. The Lough is magical on a clear summers evening.
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