Mount Stewart is a National Trust property open all year round that has wonderful gardens and a neo-classical house, but also boasts walking trails and is close to Strangford Lough where you can access the Strangford Lough Canoe Trail.
The famous gardens at Mount Stewart are some of the most inspiring and unusual garden in the National Trust’s ownership. Visitors can enjoy the beautifully landscaped and informal grounds surrounding the picturesque lake walk and walk through magnificent woodlands throughout the entire year.
Visitors are able to enjoy and explore the Londonderry’s family home. The house was refurbished over a number of years and re-opened in April 2015.
Parking close to the house and gardens for disabled drivers
Baby changing facilities available
Partly accessible grounds, loose gravel paths. Map of accessible route. Braille house guide and sensory garden trail available. Ground floor accessible.
Gift Shop, Ice Cream shop, plant centre and used Bookshop are all located close to reception
The one mile path around the lake is accessible to wheelchair users. Level entrance to building, stairs to other floors. Wheelchairs and batricars available, booking essential
March until September
10am to 5pm
October until February
10am to 4pm
To Bangor - 10 miles from station
Newtownards to Portaferry Road (A20), 15 miles south-east of Belfast
Belfast to Portaferry, alight at gates
Near National Cycle Network Route 99
+44 (0)28 4278 8387
|This site is funded