Mourne Drive B&B

Address: Mourne Dr 2 Hollywood Grove, Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 1BN, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on Mourne Dr 2 Hollywood Grove, Newry, is near Mount Stewart House, Newry and Mourne Museum, Burren Heritage Centre, and Plantation of Ulster Visitor Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Newry


        A travel blog entry by adventureingenu on Oct 18, 2015

        23 photos

        ... in the late 60's through the 90's, but it's also famous for being the birthplace of the Titanic.  Before giving you a smidge of history, I should describe the city. It's quite beautiful with the river Lagan running through it. My AirBnb was in the old dock areas, about a 10 minute walk from city center. It was a very nice, clean and modern little flat and I basically had it all to myself as I hardly saw the host. I've been incredibly lucky with ...

        Arrived in Belfast

        A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 11, 2015

        1 comment, 9 photos

        Val and I had a nice Irish oatmeal breakfast this morning at O'Briens, just up the street from our B & B. After returning to the B & B to collect Laura and check out, we walked with our bags to the Connelly rail station in Dublin. We got there early enough for Laura to have something to eat and us to have more coffee. We then got the 11 o'clock train to Belfast. We arrived ...


        A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 22, 2015

        12 photos

        ... streets. Down one side it is extremely English and the other extremely Irish. 'Extremely' in this sense is not an exaggeration at all. After the tour we walked around town. We wandered through the Cathedral Quarter, around City Hall, St Anne's Cathedral and many other churches. Of course, this area is well known for all its bars and clubs as well. Go figure. Typical Ireland. Churches and pubs. Naturally we tried ...

        No Hot Water. No Conditioner. No Problem.

        A travel blog entry by lacie.phibbs on Sep 19, 2014

        5 comments, 35 photos

        ... to figure out which was worse.) Once we had all attempted to shower and headed to bed we were unpleasantly surprised to find the pillows as thin as cardboard and the bed as hard as a rock. Still, despite the downfalls of the hotel we had an amazing time and definitely learned that you get what you pay for! ...

        A taste of Northern Ireland (G writer today)

        A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 16, 2014

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... un rest in certain areas of the past, there are many signs of the internal warfare and subsequent peace, although many fences and borders still exist, they are more testament to the battle, than the feeling today. The guide suggests that these streets are very safe now and that all sides get along well. Anyway it's now beer o'clock, so me and T are off to join in with the local suits and workers to down some local pints. If the next bit doesn't seem to ...