Strangford is one of Northern Irelands most beautiful conservation coastal villages within easy reach of Downpatrick, the largest town located in the Lecale area.
The shores of Strangford Lough are home to some of the finest country estates, parklands and walking trails. Most recently Castle Ward has been used as the backdrop to Winterfell in Game of Thrones and Mount Stewart in Dracula Untold. The Lecal Way is the iconic long distance coastal walk in this area.
No.4 Ferry Quarter Lane is postioned on the fringe of Strangford Village within a unique idyllic country estate style setting. This exclusive small development is set over 17 acres of mature tranquil parkland with a path into the local village and a barbeque area for residents overlooking Strangford Lough.
The mature trees enhanced by the landscaping are a real feature of Ferry Quarter. The detached homes in this final phase are all named after trees with the Yew the last remaining house with its feature exposed stone, large windows and large patio doors leading out to the garden.
For the sailing enthuisiasts Strangford Sailing Club hold various regattas throughout the summer. There are also a varied choice of renowned golf clubs.
The popular ferry makes the short crossing throughout the day to the north shore town of Portaferry and the Ards Peninsula.