Fir Trees Bed And Breakfast

Address: 16 Killowen Old Road, Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 3AD, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 16 Killowen Old Road, Newry, is near Kilbroney Park, Cranfield Beach, Narrow Water Castle, and Burren Heritage Centre.
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    Like we stepped into the "Wayback" Machine

    A travel blog entry by gehogan3 on May 22, 2015

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    ... for our 3pm appointment for the Book of Kells. We had a little panic when Baylor couldn't find her wallet (with all her travel papers in it), so we had to hoof it back to the hotel to find it. Luckily, it was in the car. We decided to take a little rest before heading out again. Our first evening in Dublin started off at Bōbō's Gourmet Irish Burgers in the Temple Bar area. I must ...

    Strokestown

    A travel blog entry by tkerrone on May 11, 2015

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    ... them told Brian about an area nearby where peat was being cut. They gave him directions to the farm and we set off to find it. After a few wrong turns, we found it. One observation I have made about Ireland is many houses have sunrooms or conservatories. I have attached a few photos. My assumption is homeowners build sunrooms because the weather is so cold people are not able to sit outside. Therefore sunrooms allow people to keep warm while enjoying the ...

    HILLSBOROUGH - Oyster Festival

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 06, 2014

    21 photos

    ... with pews that have doors on them. We saw a Church in the American Folk Park at Omagh, it was either Methodist or Presbyterian. Does anyone know why they were gated/doored, sometimes called closed pews. I have searched the net, this is the best explanation: It is my understanding that at one time the gates served the purpose of keeping out cold drafts. Each family brought its own heated brick, or whatever, and placed it on the floor of their space. That, plus body heat, heated their ...

    Cali and The Phoenix Park Deer

    A travel blog entry by europe2.0 on Jul 24, 2014

    7 comments, 5 photos

    ... Way, a trail from south Dublin to County Carlow. This hike takes 8-10 days if you did the whole thing. We hiked for just about an hour on the part of it that overlooks the Powerscourt Estate waterfall. The hike was fun but our car endured several scratches from the overgrown vegetation on the narrow one way countryside roads and Cali was in need of a seat belt!

    We hope everyone is enjoying summer and we can't wait to see most of you in ...

    My Sunburn in Ireland

    A travel blog entry by no-moinutah on May 27, 2012

    13 photos

    ... passage tombs on this site, with tie-ins to Newgrange and other sites around the area. We discover something special about the OPW guides: not only are they very knowledgeable about their assigned site, but also express a respect, passion and love of the history that you don’t get elsewhere. I’m amazed by the amount work it took to unearth and restore the tombs. This site includes 18 passage tombs ...