This modernised Georgian guest house offers a choice of ten superb en-suite rooms finished to the highest standards. Additionally, Moira Guesthouse is surrounded by a number of restaurants and village shops. Also, the professional and friendly staff offer hotel standard services. All of this combined makes it the perfect place to stay this June.
A wonderfully restored 18th century barn, located 400 metres from the historical village. A most noteworthy aspect is Berwick Hall, a 17th century listed farmhouse. Also, Berwick cottage has a large double bedroom, bathroom, living room and sun room/dining room. Bike hire for the Broad Water is also available.
The Broad Water is a towpath cycle/walk of some 4 miles between Moira Railway Station and Aghalee. The path takes you along the route of the original Lagan Canal through Soldierstown. Cyclists can avail of this beautiful pathway and walkers can note the variety of wildfowl along the way.
Moira Demesne is a quiet escape from the busy village. The Park is has over 40 acres of parkland and offers areas of grassland. Additionally it has beautiful walkways and picnic sites for everyone to enjoy the great outdoors complete with outdoor gym. Furthermore, the park will be used for the fantastic Moira Calling Festival and Moira Speciality Food Fair this year.
Wine & Brine is an establishment with nearly 20 years' experience in the London Restaurant Scene. It aims to combine fresh local produce with traditional ageing, curing & brining techniques. The concept for the Restaurant is a relaxed, casual dining experience with an open kitchen giving customers a unique insight into the hub of a professional kitchen. Additionally, it has recently won an award naming it one of the top 100 restaurants in the UK.
Midnight Haunt is everything good about Chinese cuisine taking the best of Peking style, cuisine and hospitality to give you a real taste of Asian food that will linger in your mind for days. The restaurant not only provides an extensive carefully chosen wine list to compliment the meals, but also a welcoming smile to offer a standard of service you will always remember.
The Four Trees is set within a listed building and has been extensively renovated. Additionally, the 'Barn', which is an original farm building, is also licensed and can be hired for private parties and functions. Customers can avail of a cosy library area with a fire to relax on those cold days, or sit out in the large beer garden to soak up the sun.
The Quirky Bird specialises in delicious home cooked food, home made scones and tray bakes and a wide variety of teas and coffee. For breakfast / brunch, it serves a wide selection of hot food, ranging from fresh fruit to a full fry-up. Similarly, the lunch menu includes gourmet sandwiches, wraps, paninis and hot food specials. All food and drinks are available for take-away, perfect for those in a hurry!
The Fat Gherkin is a quirky independently owned eatery and deli who pride themselves on attention to detail at every level with as much thought having been given to the surroundings as the locally sourced and freshly cooked food on offer. As a Member of The Guild of Fine Food their shelves also offer an opportunity to take home some of the finest products available from Northern Ireland and further afield.