Kings Lodge Guest Accommodation

Address: 33 Upper Lisburn Rd, Finaghy, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT10 0GX, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 33 Upper Lisburn Rd, Finaghy, Belfast, is near Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park, Public Records Office, Malone Golf Club, and Royal Belfast Academical Institution.
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      Banter in Belfast

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 21, 2014

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      ... our way to one of the popular local haunts that had live music and the new Guinness porter on draught, get in!!!

      A couple of rounds and we moved on again to what turned out to be a GOT crew party where we spoke to some of the top people putting together the show.

      More beers, ciders and plenty of rain later and it was time to head home for some amazing chicken and cheese toasties that could just be the alcohol talking though.

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      I totally believe in fairies

      A travel blog entry by akhuff8 on Aug 26, 2014

      ... more peaceful. We take a stop in front of several political murals. All I see is people wanting their original identity so badly. Wanting that for all people. We stop at a rather 'dodgy' area to take a gander at the republican museum. You can still feel the uncertainty of the people running it. Quick to give you and info sheet. I saw many artifacts and wall pieces from the prison where these IRA captives were held. All because they wanted what they felt ...

      A week with the leprechauns, Ireland.

      A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 20, 2014

      ... contrary it would seem. An hour or so in and I realised this was going to be a long night. There was no refuge from the sickening rocking back and forth in our tiny broom closet cabin, so I braced myself and struck out for a gentle stroll on the deck, where I imagined I'd be able to take in the fresh sea air. Another pipe dream, it would seem. Everyone in Europe smokes. Everyone! Men, women, even small children happily puffing away. The decks were ...

      The last part of the UK

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... was so nice! Quiet and empty, and all shiny and new. We pulled away from the gate on time, but then sat in the Heathrow Friday evening plane jam, waiting for a slot onto the runway, which took ages. So ended up leaving about half an hour late. It took an hour to hop over the Irish Sea. 2014 country number 12 - Northern Ireland (does this really count as a country....well I'm going to count it). Lonely planet had ...

      An educational day of Hope in Northern Ireland!

      A travel blog entry by vacationista on Aug 11, 2013

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      ... and eye-opening history, Belfast and Londonderry truly were remarkable cities that all travellers need to experience.

      We crossed the border this morning from the Republic of Ireland and were greeted by a lovely local guide who lived through the traumatic wars. the cities are still riddled with conflict and divisions based on loyalist or Catholic sides, and there is no way a visitor could mistake one from the other. Union Jack flags and Irish flags flying from house to house, ...