Marlagh Lodge

Address: 71 Moorfields Road, Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT42 3BU, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B is located on 71 Moorfields Road, Ballymena.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballymena

    Stones and Thrones

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 17, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... and didn't say a thing!! Hahah We loaded up on our new little orange bus (quite a change from the giant green Paddywagon). There were a couple stops to collect more fellow travelers and then we transferred to a very similar bus. This is when we got the first surprise of the day! As it turns out, not only did we sign up for the coastal day tour, we also signed up for the Game of Thrones tour. On our bus we had a very blue haired fellow and his red headed companion that ...

    Weekend in Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by doc_1034 on Aug 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... that would take about 8 hours, but apparently they value driving safety in the UK, so for the first time in 2 months I drove on a three-lane highway! I'm serious-- it really is a huge deal.

    By the way, I can now say I've been to every realm of the United Kingdom-- England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.

    Belfast is actually an amazing city. It's almost like a combination of Dublin and Liverpool, as it turns out. Unfortunately Nathan and ...

    Fishing, Boot Sale, Explore Belfast

    A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 04, 2013

    23 photos

    ... a hop on hop off bus tour. The tour was very interesting, explaining the Queen Victoria influences to the city including the clock dedicated to Prince Albert. It went by the shipyards where the Titanic was built and launched, Crumlin Gaol, Queens University, the Belfast Castle and impressive wooded grounds leading up to it. More sobering and sad were the walls built to separate loyalists and nationalists in the city and the political murals, flags and colors flying to advertise ...

    Irish Road Trip - Belfast and Tara

    A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Apr 09, 2013

    10 photos

    ... lunch to take us to the end of our trip plus in our snack bag was our jar of Vegemite which had provided delicious lunches for our entire trip. Then when we stopped to buy more snacks there were no rice cakes... In two stores!! This was truly a "**** situation". Sadly our day of doom was still going strong...

    We arrived in Newgrange and popped over to the Newgrange monument, jumped on a tour for an hours time and cruised back to check in to our hotel. Arrived at ...

    Discovering Belfast and a little Derby

    A travel blog entry by drbysk8ter on Jul 19, 2012

    24 photos

    ... looking and trying on clothes. There are some familiar shops such as Gap, but many of the shops are not the same, and the clothing brands are not ones that I recognize. Down in the center of all the shops there was a side street that was covered with grafitti and we took some time to walk down there. There were also 4 armored police cars sitting on this street. Karen took the time to tell me why the cars were built the ...