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Enjoy warming treats in the tea-room, look out for winter wildlife by the shores of Strangford Lough and spot signs of life returning to the estate.
Discover our new dog exercise area and dog-friendly cafe
Wrap up warm and take a walk around the stunning landscape at Castle Ward this winter.
Castle Ward is particularly spectacular in autumn when the colours change and there is still plenty to discover on the estate.
Take a trip to Castle Ward, and explore the 21-mile network of trails. There's something here for cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Follow our short trail at Castle Ward, County Down and take in the beautiful surroundings and scenery of Strangford Lough and architecture of the castle.
Visit the Barn at Castle Ward for new activities weekly throughout the summer from songs and stories to geocaching or even get involved in a theatre production
Immerse yourself in the world of HBO's Game of Thrones as you explore the farmyard. Book in with Winterfell Tours and explore on-screen locations on a cycling tour or have a go at archery just like the Stark brothers.
We might be biased but we think we've got some of the best bluebell woods around...
The full programme of Winterfell Festival
Explore the waterside, a ruined castle, woodland, an ornamental lake and follies of one of Northern Ireland's finest demesnes, or country estates.
Discover secret trails, lush woodland, panoramic views and a variety of wildlife on this varied walk in the country at Castle Ward.
Our Farm Trail is excellent for spotting wildlife and taking in the stunning scenery of Strangford Lough, Audley's Castle and Farmyard at Castle Ward.
We've sat down and picked out some of our favourite walks to do during spring. Is one of them for you?
An excellent trail for spotting wildlife and taking in the stunning scenery of Strangford Lough, Audley's Castle and Farmyard at Castle Ward.
An eight-mile trail that takes in some stunning sights around Castle Ward.
Our Hoof Trail is a 7.5-mile route that takes in lots of sights, including Strangford Lough, Audley's Castle and Old Castle Ward.