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The Old Schoolhouse Inn
100 Ballydrain Road
Newtownards

Comber
County Down

BT23 6EA
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THE OLD SCHOOLHOUSE INN has been open for 25 years and since then many a memorable and enjoyable meal has been had in our AWARD WINNING RESTAURANT. Some 22 years ago we opened our hostelry to guests from near and far, greeting them and inviting them to stay in our excellent accommodation. A friendly face, a good meal and a comfortable bed for the night, just the ingredients required for the businessman and weary traveller alike to enjoy their stay with us. A little piece of heaven situated by the shores of"STRANGFORD LOUGH" at CASTLE ESPIE. The Old Schoolhouse Inn is a superb place to stay, relax and enjoy your time in Northern Ireland.

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