Address 30 Station Road, Craigavad
Co Down
BT18 0BP
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Tags Historic Building Leisure Centre / Lido

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Lorne is a 21-acre estate in Northern Ireland with a house and grounds that provide excellent facilities for all types of guiding activities.

It's an ideal location whether you want to stay on site, go out to explore local places of interest or enjoy the scenic beauty of Ulster. The seaside resort of Bangor is just five miles away and Belfast is only eight miles away.

Built in Scottish Baronial style in 1875 by Henry Campbell, Lorne takes its name from the hereditary home of the Campbell Clan in Scotland. In 1946 Ulster Guides purchased the house, which was officially opened by Her Grace, The Duchess of Abercorn in 1947.

A warm welcome awaits whether your visit is for a training or just for fun.

By rail: From Belfast Central on the Bangor line. Travel to Holywood. Cross by pedestrian underpass to taxi office in Hibernia Street. 5-minute taxi journey to Lorne. By car: From Belfast follow signs for A2. Bypass Holywood and follow signs for Folk and Transport Museum. Pass under bridge at Folk Museum. At next set of traffic lights (approx 800m), turn left into slip-road and into Station Road. Pass under railway bridge. Pass cottages on left. Lorne is next gateway on the left. By bus: Ulster bus service B1/B2 from Laganside Bus Depot. Alight at bus stop past Folk Museum. Turn right into Station Road at traffic lights. Pass under railway bridge. Pass cottages on left. Lorne is next gateway on the left. By air: International Airport – take airport bus to city centre then take bus or train as above. Belfast City Airport – 15 minute taxi journey. By sea: Ferry docks in city centre – 20 minute taxi journey to Lorne.

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