The small town of Comber, on the West Coast Northern Ireland, can be found near to the beautiful loch of Strangford Lough.
The town was once a hub of industrial activity and this history can still be found within much of the modern architecture. It has become an increasingly popular place for holidaymakers, with the local farmers market always proving to be a big hit. There are a number of cafés and restaurants found in the town centre and dog owners are free to bring along their pets. Cyclists can enjoy the Comber Greenway, a 7 mile traffic free section of the National Cycle Network, and there is plenty of car park space in-town too.