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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      First Day in Ireland

      A travel blog entry by ian.case on Jan 16, 2015

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      ... was a bit of a delay in departing and almost 30 minutes delay in arrival to Dublin port as the berth was not available. We took advantage of the free wifi on board to book a hotel in Castleblayney, southwest of Belfast. On arrival in Dublin Jo-Ann, Ian and Keely left the older children to wait for the luggage while they caught a taxi across town to pick up the hire car. The new car is a Renault and dubbed "little Heston" as it is not quite ...

      Driving through Ireland

      A travel blog entry by caldwell5 on Jul 10, 2014

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      ... handed. Next stop was Dundalk for the night. This meant we needed to head back the way we came and then past Dublin. Hit Dublin right on rush hour. Managed to get through it, even during a downpour! Three toll roads on our route back up the country. Stayed at a lovely BB in Dundalk. Our host drove us to the local restaurant as we "might be washed away in the rain". Also there is a zero limit for drink-driving! Had a very nice meal and then tried to walk it off on the way ...

      Little Bit of Country

      A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 31, 2014

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      Day 7; Stop 2; Newgrange Farm, Ireland Our next stop brought us to the famous Newgrange Farm, with cute farmland and pasture views along the way. Cows and sheep were abundant, and we even saw some goats with horns prancing up and down the mountains. The Irish Sea was visible for most of the drive, contrasted by the mountain sides and small villages along the way. We arrived at the farm and were immediately put on safari-like open vehicles that would give ...

      Stop by the Sea

      A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 31, 2014

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      ... path to the other side, finding an amazing photo spot overlooking the mountains, the castle, and the village behind it. It was such a beautiful, cool day and it made all the difference in enjoying this cute setting. I wouldn't have minded stopping a little longer for lunch so I could really explore the small town, but there was more on the agenda for day ...

      Touristy Day - Wednesday, November 13

      A travel blog entry by iamspirited on Nov 14, 2013

      ... a bit windy and cold, nut the view of the surrounding valley and the interesting talk was distraction enough. We (about 20 or so people) then walked through the very narrow and low entrance in single file until we reach the center open space (I use that term very loosely) to hear the rest of the story. In a nutshell, there are many theories as to the purpose and use of Newgrange, but the only ...