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“Simply beautiful!”

Nendrum Monastic Site
Ranked #2 of 6 things to do in Comber
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Reviewed 5 April 2014

This is a beautiful place. I live nearby but often go there anyway. I took a friend of mine who was over France last weekend and she loved it. The views over Strangford Lough from Nendrum are stunning and peaceful! This is a little gem found at the end of a windy road, with water on both sides, lots and lots of wee islands, its is absolutely gorgeous!

Thank sardine2005
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Reviewed 2 March 2014

The location of this monastic site is simply stunning. Beautiful place
Views out over Strangford Lough. Very peaceful and a lovely place to see some of the beautiful scenery that Northern Ireland has to offer

Thank Mick L
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Reviewed 5 February 2014

Nendrum is found at the end of a narrow winding road which hugs the lough shore . Water to one side, lush farmland on the other. The site gas a small car lark, and access is through a gate and up the hill. As you climb the earth works and reach the top. The stone remains lie before you. Nothing but the sound of wind, bird call and your own heart beat will disturb the silence. Sitting on the wall which encircles the site, looking over the lough, imagination can take you to what it may have been like in its hey day. Other than that, sitting and letting the sights and sounds of nature delight your senses is enough to restore your energy and calm the mind.

1  Thank 901les
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Reviewed 11 November 2013

Silence, the traces of the old port only just recognisable, swans beyond the reeds. A view across the Quoile to the cathedral on the hill. Peace.

Thank IrishSeaCountyDown
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Reviewed 12 October 2013

We were recommended this visit and, although tricky to find, it is well worth the effort. It was quite a grey day when we set off, but the low cloud on the journey over the narrow causeways and around the waters edge truly added an air of mystery and atmosphere. The ruins on the site and information boards are very interesting; it's packed with history and science (how did we forget to use tidal energy?) and I found it easy to imagine how the people lived and functioned in this remote location. The small, unobtrusive information centre is educational, both for adults and children.

Thank MrsDajaView
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