Mourne Drive B&B
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Mourne Drive B&B Newry
Travel Blogs from Newry
... up at the most Northern tip of Ireland we were able to see Giant's Causeway, a beautiful (rather touristy) attraction that is a must see in Northern Ireland. The strange shape of the stones gave way to legends describing how it was formed, hence the name Giant's Causeway. And of course I had to buy a ...
... but not least: Bring an umbrella or poncho. You have to remember at all times that you are in Ireland. Don't let the sun fool you.
24 Augustus 2013 Belfast Castle, Napoleon's nose and Gaelic Football
Belfast Castle is amazing to visit. Bring your own food and drinks with you, because we didn't find any restaurant. Just an expensive, small souvenir shop. The lovely thing about the castle is the garden that lies around it and the few on Belfast Harbour. ...
... people talk about the rolling green hills of Ireland, this road is what they are referring to. Our tour guide explained the history behind the glens (the valleys of the mountains) and it made the ride even more picturesque. The mountains are covered in green and almost look like they came out of a fairy tale. You can imagine the Irish legends and myths as you view the landscape. But, the rolling hills also mean the roads create an Irish roller coaster ride. The ...
... wanted to read it;)
So far my updates for now. I will be heading back home for good at the end of April.
At the moment back home for a few days, finishing assignments for St. Mary's and caching up with my family and friends, as we have a couple of weeks off here.
I will be posting my final updates soon;)
This week’s song:
... of a medieval town with its various stalls and the poor hygienic conditions in which people lived. As a result, life expectancy was very short. The average lifespan was 30-40, the infant mortality rate in those times was considerably high. Also, people did live beyond 30-40 in those days, however, this was only if they managed to survive the diseases of the day: the plague, infections, etc. Bellow a website.