Ardtrabane House

Address: 66 Causeway Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT57 8SX, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 66 Causeway Road, Bushmills, is near Giant's Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Causeway Coast, and Bushmills Distillery.
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      Portstewart to Bally Castle & everywhere Inbetween

      A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Nov 20, 2014

      Up early this morning to a full spread of breakfast organised by Mabel of course. Then in the car as they are taking us along the northern coast of Ireland. We started in port stewart, along to port rush and onto the giants causeway which was really cool. They say the giants causeway was caused by the plates in the earth pushing lava up to the surface however there is also an Rubin legend that a giant lived there. Quite a fascinating ...

      Titanic Belfast

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 10, 2014

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      We had coffee, then joined a brilliant guided tour, mainly outside, explaining all about the Harland and Wolff shipyard where Titanic was built, the current cranes Samson and Goliath, the memorial lawn, the magnificent building itself and much more. Outside is a great statue of "Titanica" by Rowan Gillespie.

      Was "that" movie really 1997??????

      Then, after lunch, we did the exhibition itself. ...

      The Craic with Craig

      A travel blog entry by augem1 on Oct 15, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... setting to be in – absolutely fantastic.

      On our way back to Maynooth, we had stopped in a city called Armagh, which is the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland. It is where St. Patrick had preached Christianity to Irish people in the 5th century. Dad and I had visited two cathedrals within Armagh named after St. Patrick – the Roman Catholic cathedral, and the older Church ...

      Antrim Coast

      A travel blog entry by traveled on Sep 03, 2014

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      The next morning, we walked to the central train station. We bought some iLink cards, which allow unlimited bus and train travel within northern ireland, and some breakfast. We first took a train from Belfast to Larne. From Larne, we caught the 252 goldine bus, which takes the coastal route north toward the giant's causeway. Almost everyone sits on the right side of that bus because that is where you can see the coast the whole 2 hour ride up. ...

      Ulster Scots, Bushmills, Peace Rocks

      A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 16, 2011

      ... a small diner to eat. I found it so wonderful that nothing is really corporate in Northern Ireland like it is in American. Gary walked in and they knew exactly what he wanted. I ordered a delicious Irish Stew, as I watched the other eat away at their Ulster Breakfast that looked delicious. I secretly was jealous that I did not think to order it!
      Our time was coming close, as we had to take a train and bus back to Downpatrick. We dashed for the car and ...