As most of you know, I was in Moira last weekend for my sister’s wedding and I really want to show you all this picturesque and charming place.
Moira is a beautiful little village in Co. Down, Northern Ireland and can be accessed directly from the motorway, making it very easy to access. This was only my second time visiting here, which is surprising as it has always been a close enough place to where I had been living.
The last time I was here was in 2016 and it made a huge impact on me even then. I knew I wanted to return for a visit one day and luckily enough for me, I would be visiting for a wedding. It’s an extremely quirky place with many independently owned shops, quaint cafes and award winning restaurants. There is a very welcoming and homely feel to Moira and it has an abundance of character. I will run through some of the places I managed to see over the weekend and highlight a couple of places that I would love to visit in the future.
1 – Ralph’s Bed and Breakfast
2 – Tutta La Pizza
3 – The StillHouse
4 – Moira Demesne
5 – Places to interest
All in all this is a great little place to check out and spend a day or two. I personally can’t wait to return to explore more and try the coffee shops and restaurants, as I’m sure there are even more that I haven’t even seen yet.
We had the pleasure of watching my youngest sister walk down the aisle at the weekend to be married to her best friend. We had an amazing day with family and friends and enjoyed quality time filled with love and laughter (call me Corny Collins). That is all of the siblings married now in my family and it certainly makes you feel like we’re all getting on in life. Things sure have changed here on Waltons mountain.
I can’t wait to show case the town where my sister had her wedding with a blog post coming very soon. It’s a beautiful, quaint little town in Northern Ireland called Moira. Have you ever heard of it?