Local Info


Wild Atlantic Camp

The Wild Atlantic Camp, located in Creeslough, is a popular and award-winning campsite. It’s an ideal choice for both first-time and experienced glampers Families particularly love it because it also offers a tennis court, astroturf football pitch, and a fun children’s playground right on site.

Rose's Bar

Rose’s Bar is on the main street of Creeslough and is a popular pub for locals and tourists alike. There is live music most weekends and it has a big screen which is perfect for watching sport.

McNulty's Bar

Mc Nulty’s Bar is situated on the main street in Creeslough and a popular venue with locals. It often hosts traditional Irish music at the weekend and the perfect spot if you want to show off your dancing skills.

Huckleberry Coffee Shop

Huckleberry Coffee shop can be found on the Main Street of Creeslough. It’s home to freshly baked goods and great quality homemade food. Perfect for breakfast or lunch, it’s worth a visit.

Brennan's Pharmacy

Whether it’s passport photos, toiletries, painkillers or picking up your prescription- Brennan’s Pharmacy has it all. Brennan’s has friendly staff who will answer any queries.

The Cutting Corner Hairdressers

The Cutting Corner is the only hairdressers in Creeslough and caters for both men and women.

Gusto's Takeaway & Pizzeria

Situated on the site of the Wild Atlantic Camp, Gustos Takeaway is one of the busiest takeaways around. Make sure you ring ahead in advance as it’s a popular place!

The Coffee Pod

A coffee shop on the site of the Wild Atlantic Camp, The Coffee Pod offers breakfast and lunch options. We are fans of the bagels!

The Happy Camper

The Happy Camper is home to its infamous pancakes with a huge range of toppings available. Pancakes are the only thing on the menu alongside great coffee and tea. A popular place for children and adults alike with an affordable menu, the Happy Camper is definitely worth a visit to satisfy all your pancake cravings.

Ards Forest Park

A visit to Ards Forest Park will reward everyone at any time of the year. It covers approximately 1200 acres and includes a variety of habitats including stunning beach views. It is possible to spend many hours exploring with walking nine trails to choose from. It also has café and playground facilities. There is an admission fee at the gate.

Ards Friary Retreat & Conference Centre

A haven for all who visit this beautiful, historic sanctuary.

Nestled along the shores of Sheephaven Bay, the extensive grounds offer a range of woodland walks and scenic beach views. The centre offers religious services, retreats and regular events.


The Corner Brew

Fulfill your early morning caffeine needs by stopping off at the Corner Brew for your takeaway tea or coffee. Opens seasonally.

Doe Castle

The medieval stronghold of the Clan MacSweeney, Doe Castle stands proud on its scenic outcrop, overlooking the beauty of Sheephaven Bay.

An area steeped in ancient history this fortress, built I the early 1400’s, still captivates all who walk the grounds and explore its colourful history.

Entrance is free.


Scrumptious Ice Cream Shop

Get your ice cream fix with the amazing creations by Scrumptious Ice Cream shop. Choose your own toppings or select a creation from the menu. Also sells slushies, scooped Carte D’or Ice cream and a range of drinks and sweets.