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Newry Stag Do Guide

Newry has upmarket bars, cool nightclubs and highly popular stag do activities, so it is perfect for a stag do in Newry. Bordering the counties of Down and Armagh it lies in the south east of Northern Ireland. In real terms, Newry is located only 34 miles from the city centre of Belfast and 67 miles from Dublin’s fair city. A stag do in Newry can expect plenty of beer, exciting nightlife, great outdoor stag party activities and even the odd bit of sightseeing across Newry’s rugged landscape.

What a Stag Do in Newry will find:

  • Casino
  • Horse and dog racing
  • Nightclubs and disco bars
  • Ice Skating
  • Hill walking
  • Golfing
  • Water sports
  • Activity centres
  • Museums
  • Shopping centres
  • Horse riding

It may not be the most original stag do idea but Newry’s Formula Go Karting will be a good shout for a stag do in Newry. The track is built over two levels and the stags can race each other to determine ultimate the winner. Looking something more intense, a chance to act like a predator? If so, head for the battlefields of Newry’s premier outdoor paintball site and lead your team to a winning victory! This certainly isn’t for the faint hearted but you sure will love it! For the extreme enthusiasts how about visiting one of Newry’s activity centres which is located in Bryansford and dedicated to offering purely alternative outdoor activities, not to be found anywhere else in Ireland. From mountain boarding on the mountain slopes to a guided Segway Safari you sure will have some random memories about the stag do in Newry.

For any group that enjoys life on the water, head for Newry’s water activity centre. Jump on board their power boat and make your way around Carlingford Lough before trying your hand at banana boating on Warrenpoint. One thing’s for sure you will be hanging on for your life trying to avoid making a splash! Other great water based stag do activities in Newry range from wet boldering to canoe rafting, jet skiing to kayaking and not forgetting the action packed fun of co-steering, sure to get the adrenaline flowing! Back to land and the choice of land based activities is immense. Climb the glorious Mourne Mountains aiming to reach Slieve Donard which is the highest peak rising to a height of 848 meters. Tee off at one of Ireland’s oldest golf club, namely Royal County Down Golf Club which overlooks Dundrum Bay.

A stag do in Newry that are up for a spot of shopping during the stag weekend can take advantage of the menswear stores located within two of Northern Ireland’s largest shopping centres, namely Buttercrane and The Quays. Hill Street also offers a variety of male stores while every Thursday and Saturday there is a weekly mart offering everything from work boots to DVD’s.

Whilst partying in Newry it goes without saying that you are likely to need stag do accommodation in Newry. The planner can opt for a luxury city centre hotel overlooking Newry Canal, a nearby guesthouse, a friendly B&B or value camping and caravan park.

Stag Night Newry

The nightlife in Newry is top class and should appeal to a stag do in Newry. There is a range of trendy nightclubs and buzzing bars which are normally full to the brim with party goers. Many lads may not frequent in cocktail bars but when visiting Newry you shouldn’t dismiss the idea for quality cocktails and lethal shots to get the stag night in Newry in full swing! A stag night in Newry can also indulgence in a VIP area in one of the nightclubs, sipping on champagne while hostesses attend to your every alcohol desire.

A stag do in Newry can also visit the greyhound racing track in the nearby town of Dundalk, County Louth.

Newry Stag Do Ideas

Surrounding the bustling city of Newry is the stunning Mourne Mountains and legendary Ring of Gullion, and they contribute to the number of Newry stag do Ideas. As well as a glorious variety of scenery, there are many attractions from breathtaking beaches, forest parks to medieval old world castles that the culture seeking stag do in Newry can explore. Notable attractions in Newry include the Cathedral’s of St Patrick and St Colman, Newry and Mourne Museum, Newry Canal, Newry Market, Bagenal’s Castle and Newry Heritage Trial.

Newry Facts

Euro is accepted just about everywhere in Newry.

Northern Ireland Railways station offers cross border services to Newry on the Dublin - 
Belfast line.

Actor Michael Legge from Channel 4 series Shameless and television presenter Christine Bleakley were both born in Newry.