SEE & DO
See & Do
"Off the beaten track, yet close to everywhere"
Red Kite Tours NI
The Mourne area is home to the Red Kite population in Northern Ireland. Our resident wildlife expert, Shelagh, can put together a personalised tour for you to include bird and wildlife watching. She knows all the best spots with the best views and her home made lemon drizzle cake is divine .
Tollymore Forest Park
Visit this magical forest park which was also the location for many scenes from Game of Thrones. It offers walks for all abilities from gentle riverside rambles to more challenging forest hikes as well as mountain bike trails.
The Mourne Mountains
Kiltariff is a great place to stay while visiting the beautiful Mourne Mountains. We can provide maps of the various walks and also help you with directions to the best beauty spots and scenic views.
Game Of Thrones Studio Tour
The world’s only official Game of Thrones Studio Tour is now open in Banbridge, Northern Ireland. Located at the authentic filming location of Linen Mill Studios, this brand new immersive experience will give visitors the chance to step inside the Seven Kingdoms and explore the world of Game of Thrones like never before. Walk through iconic sets from Winterfell to King’s Landing, discover the secrets of filmmaking and explore the craftmanship and artistry responsible for bringing the global hit TV series to life on screen. From the Great Hall of Winterfell where Jon Snow was declared ‘King in the North’ to the iconic costumes worn by the cast, Game of Thrones Studio Tour has it all. www.gameofthronesstudiotour.com
Castlewellan Forest Park
One of Northern Ireland's most famous lakes, a stunning Victorian Castle, incredible panoramic views, scenic walking trails, 27km of Mountain Bike Trails, and hedge maze Castlewellan Forest Park boasts all of this and more making it a must-visit for all ages.
Spend a day exploring 100 acres of stunning gardens where live performance brings history to life. Book a tour of the Georgian house built by Wills Hill, which is still in use as a Royal residence in Northern Ireland.
Hope to be back to Kiltariff sooner rather than later as two nights really is not enough to see and do all you want