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Newcastle Co. Down Stag Do Guide

Where the mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea your stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland will find the glorious town of Newcastle, Northern Ireland. Newcastle is perched at the foot of the highest mountain in Northern Ireland, Slieve Donard. The County Down town is located by the mountains, the sea and open countryside, so your stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland will be more than happy because Newcastle and its surrounding area provides the necessary ingredients to for that awesome stag weekend. Newcastle is and historically always has been one of the most popular holiday destinations in the North of Ireland, not surprisingly with its miles of sandy beaches and countless attractions and activities.

Newcastle is in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, and surely is one of the most picturesque towns in Ireland. Newcastle is only 40 minutes from Belfast and 90 minutes from Dublin, so easily accessible for all your stag do coming from everywhere.

The Mourne mountains provide the terrain for an abundance of outdoor activities for the stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland that are on the hunt for an adrenaline pumping experience. With Donard Park home to assault courses, abseiling and bouldering, and an activity centre near Annalong who specialise in gorge walking, rock climbing and high ropes.

The sea provides its fair share of stag do activities in Newcastle, Northern Ireland and fun too with fabulous water sports guaranteed to excite any stag party and get the adrenaline pumping. From which stag can stay on a banana boat the longest, to who can jump from the highest point of a cliff into the sea, all supervised of course - See Coasteering NI.

There is a variety of stag do accommodation in Newcastle, Northern Ireland. For the stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland who like a little luxury, the 4 star hotel overlooking Newcastle, its wondrous beach and the mountains is a dream location. There are also a number of tasteful and delightful smaller hotels dotted throughout the town which will be absolutely perfect for a stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland.

 

Stag Night Newcastle, NI

Not surprisingly being beside the sea, and near the fishing village of Kilkeel there are a number of delightful eating houses to tickle the taste buds of a stag party in Newcastle, Northern Ireland. From award winning restaurants serving fine gourmet to public houses and their enormous portions, your stag party will be spoiled for choice in Newcastle. Dundrum is only a short drive up the coast and boasts one of Northern Ireland’s top small restaurants.

The population of Newcastle practically doubles in the summer months with holiday makers and tourists. To accommodate these visitors there are masses of licensed establishments to choose from whether you are looking for action or indulgence, so this makes Newcastle the perfect spot to spend your stag weekend. A stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland who like to party will be delighted to find that there is always a buzz in the evening and throughout the night, and as you can imagine this results in serious partying in the many pubs in the town.

 

Newcastle, NI Stag Do Ideas

There are various Newcastle, Northern Ireland stag do ideas. Newcastle is home to one of the finest links courses to be found on the British Isles. The Royal County Down Golf Course is one of the world’s most famous golf courses, where the likes of Tiger Woods is known to land on his helicopter for a practice round prior to the British Open. So you stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland should fit in a round while you are in Newcastle, and then enjoy countless rounds of drinks afterwards in the club house.

For those who are interested in taking in the sights of what the local area of South Down has to offer then we would recommend visiting the breathtaking beautiful nature reserve of Murlough which is a sand dune system protected and managed by the National Trust, and it is simply out of this world.

Tollymore Forest Park can be found just outside of Newcastle, and it is a beautiful park land with acres of sculptured gardens to enjoy, the ideal place for a stag do in Newcastle, Northern Ireland to camp. Only 3 miles away is Castlewellan Forest Park which also has a beautiful centuries old parkland in its grounds, together with a huge castle on the hill overlooking Castlewellan lake.
 

Newcastle Facts

The Village of Dundrum a couple of miles up the coast from Newcastle is the home of comedian Patrick Kielty, So Newcastle is where he obviously developed his ability to be a master of having the craic.