• The Villagers

    The Villagers Greyabbey   Run by a local couple Ron and Nanda, the fantastic food here has a traditional Dutch influence inspired by Nanda (Originally from Holland) Using only the best of fresh local produce the food is prepared on site and always sure to please, treat your self to one of the house specialities, or simply pop in for the the most delicious freshly brewed tea or ground coffee with freshly made danish pastry scones and cakes. Highly recommended and not to be missed.

  • Grey Abbey

    Grey Abbey This historic building dating from 1193 is one of Ireland’s most impressive examples of early gothic architecture. The remains of the Abbey are situated in beautiful parkland on the outskirts of our village.   In 1193 at the instigation of Affreca, the wife of John de Courcy, work was commenced on the building of a Cistercian Abbey at what is now known as Greyabbey in County Down. Tradition tells us that Affreca founded the abbey to give thanks for a safe landing after a perilous journey at sea. When founded the Abbey was known as Iugem Dei or Read more [...]

  • Orange Tree House

    Award Winning Wedding Venue Welcome to Orange Tree House where we specialise in making your wedding day one to truly remember. We fell in love with Orange Tree House, situated in the pretty historical village of Greyabbey on the shores of Strangford Lough, over 8 years ago. Since then we have restored the beautiful 1820’s stone barn style church and transformed it into a unique conference and wedding venue. When we opened in October 2014, for the first time in over 110 years, a bride and groom celebrated their wedding here. We believe in “Your day, your way”. Whether you Read more [...]

  • The Old Courthouse

      The Old Courthouse A recent addition to the village which is renowned for its selection of antique and vintage emporiums. The Old Courthouse is one of Greyabbey’s oldest and most historic buildings. It was here that countless poor souls were dealt with by the harshest of laws for even minor wrongdoings during the local Assizes, presided over by the local magistrate. Cold and austere, a visit to the building in the 1800’s would have struck fear into both law-abiding and less desirable locals alike By contrast today within the historic walls of the Courthouse you can wander amongst treasures and Read more [...]