Delamont Country Park

The walled garden here is planted with French style flowerbeds. The park goes up to Strangford Lough. In spring, the woods are dotted with wildflower and the moors with young lamb. There are also foxes, badgers and, near the water, otters and beavers. The bird population is rich and varied: herons, tree creepers, owls, kinglets, finches, waterfowl, guillemots, curlews, oyster catchers and various types of sea swallow.

Useful information

Address : 

A22

Phone:

+44 28 4482 8333

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