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Just a short commute from Belfast and with excellent transport links to Newtownards, Bangor and Holywood, Dundonald is a growing town that retains a village feel.

Nestled between the rolling hills of Castlereagh and Craigantlet, the Dundonald name refers to the 12th century Norman fort that stood historically in the town, the location and remains of which are now commonly known as ‘The Moat’. Dundonald’s 300 year old watermill is another landmark building within the
town located on the Belfast Road. 

The Comber Greenway is a 7 mile long, tranquil, green corridor along the old Belfast to Comber railway line.  This direct, traffic free link into Belfast passes through Dundonald and is enjoyed by thousands of cyclists
and walkers daily.

For those looking for leisure pursuits and entertainment, the village is home to an ice rink, ten pin bowling alley, climbing wall, 8 screen cinema complex and miniature golf course and many family friendly restaurants. There are a range of local schools and all the amenities you would expect.

Dundonald has it all, with the buzz of Belfast City Centre, beautiful beaches and gloriouscountry
side all a short drive away.


25 Talbot St,
T. 028 9024 4000

Ballyhackamore Office
326 Upper Newtownards Road,
Ballyhackamore, Belfast, Co Antrim, BT4 3EX
T. 028 9065 0000

Holywood Office
54 High Street, Holywood, Co Down, BT18 9AJ
T. 028 9065 0000