Glenn Eireann House B&B

Address: 121 Tromra Rd, Cushendall, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT440ST, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B is located on 121 Tromra Rd, Cushendall.
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      On a Budget?

      A travel blog entry by jessmackay on Sep 06, 2013

      3 photos

      ... Camden market is located in the slightly alternative and colourful centre of Camden Town, whose main street is already filled with shops, pubs and an unlimited number tattoo and piercing parlours not to mention from Monday to Sunday, from 9:30am-6pm, the large area of individual open air market stalls. A tip to a newcomer, aim to avoid the impassable teen crowds on the weekend and visit the markets on a weekday and as ...

      UK Weather has Arrived

      A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on May 11, 2013

      7 photos

      ... with Kyle and Mel for the 2hr 45m trip. Mel gets travel sick too and has been taking more pills than I have! I felt pretty sick start-half way through, but it subsided, thank the Lord. I was starting to get worried...

      We get on so well with Mel and Kyle. Chatting with them made the trip go pretty quick. Dean was so excited when Mel brought up the seat rotation on the bus and how annoyed she was! They missed out on their seats today because of the few people who shall remain ...

      Belfast and The Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily on Aug 09, 2012

      59 photos

      ... half an hour, which indeed it did, but it was an uncomfortable half hour for all. Icecreams soothed the situation further as we walked to the bridge.

      The rope bridge crosses the 50 foot chasm, which in fact is the mouth of an ancient volcano which erupted over 60 million years ago, and swings 100 feet above the swirling sea, so it’s quite fun to cross. The little island with its steep sides had ...

      BELFAST Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jul 29, 2011

      10 photos

      ... to ask where we were and why we left the family behind. This was some two hours after the arranged meeting time and they were promptly told to catch a train or bus back to Dublin for their tardiness.

      Whilst I, on the other hand was personally delivered to the Dublin airport via a charming Irish Pub for a quick group ‘drink’ for afternoon tea and as I made my way to the departure lounge vowed then that this was NOT going to be the last time (in my lifetime) that I visited Ireland ...

      Cushendall, Co. Antrim

      A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 22, 2011

      16 photos

      ... later, had a problem with a couple of sheep that were frightened by our car and wanted to race us down the road. We finally managed to pass them without hitting them. Having escaped us they then turned around and walked back up the road.

      As it was raining Tom was very diligent in taking photos while Ruth enjoyed the views from the car.

      However by the time we reached Glenarm and the walled garden of Glenarm Castle the weather was fine and we ...