Mark's Alehouse
Recommended Pubs and Restaurants in County Down

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

There are a total of 34 premises in this area.

The Lobster Pot
The Lobster Pot 9-11 The Square
BT30 7ND
01407 730241 (T)

Across the village green, opposite the ferry landing is the Lobster Pot, serving since 1946. Great seafood (or steaks) in a relaxing atmosphere whether in the bar, restaurant or the beer garden at the back.


The Auld House
The Auld House 21 Church Road
BT23 6BB
(028) 9044 8446 (T)

Consisting of a public bar with a tiled floor and pool table/darts, an off license and a large restaurant where the food is good and the staff friendly. The restaurant has small bay windows, interesting pictures and bric-a-brac. Mirrored pillars, and leaded glass panels brighten the room. A childrens menu is available.


Lisbarnett House
Lisbarnett House 181 Killinchy Road
BT23 5NE
(028) 9754 1589 (T)

A small traditional public bar, an old coaching house from the 1800s, with tiled floor, panelled walls and a large collection of water jugs, glasses and local memorabilia. A pleasant and relaxed atmosphere. To one side is a small intimate restaurant with small fire and old fashioned ceiling rose. At the other side is a long comfortable lounge with fire, panelled walls and pictures of motor racing and local themes. It leads past the off license to the rear conservatory restaurant. Walled garden. This has a low wooden ceiling with half height wooden panelled walls, tiled floor and lots of sailing themed pictures. It overlooks the walled patio. The staff are attentive and friendly and use customer feedback forms. Entertainment is Irish music and quiz nights.


The Saltwater Brig
The Saltwater Brig 43 Rowreagh Road
BT22 1AR
(028) 4273 8435 (T)

About 2 miles south of Kircubbin. The front lounge is comfortable, old fashioned with tiled floor, stone walls and a fireplace. There is a large fish tank which can be seen in the back lounge/bar as well. This lounge has a high angled ceiling. Now with a games room, live music and other events.

website The electric dormer windows make it well lit. It has a nautical theme, water colours, carpeted floor and comfortable seating. It leads onto a large beer garden at the back. The food is good and the staff pleasant.

The Slip Inn
The Slip Inn 1 The Strand
BT22 1PE
(028) 4272 9907 (T)

An old fashioned street corner pub overlooking the harbour. Split level bar/lounge. Tiled floor & wooden ceiling. The bar is brick with a wooden knee guard. Local pictures and bar humour plaques adorn the walls. High bar stools, low comfortable seating & tables. Real fire in a brick fireplace at back.

Long narrow side lounge with plastered walls and ceiling. Games room upstairs (gets noisy). Live music.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Search for recommended pubs, restaurants and places to visit:
Select type of attraction:
Select County: