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, Plantation of Ulster Visitor Centre, and Burren Heritage Centre.
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    Titanic Belfast

    A travel blog entry by yukonholmes on Aug 12, 2015

    15 photos

    ... that the original framework stood. We had a nice lunch there and then we walked over to the site of the SS Nomadic, which was built to ferry passengers to the big ships from the port of Sherbourne in France. This little ship is a miniature version of Titanic and serviced her on her ill fated maiden voyage. It went on to serve in WW1 as a minesweeper and troop carrier, and also carried troops ...


    A travel blog entry by sgillies on Apr 23, 2015

    17 photos

    ... permission to give last rites to s dying person, an incident in Springhill which saw 13 Catholics shot and Bloody Sunday. The next mural are some more Catholic civilians gunned down. Then a mural about British soldiers using gas on prisoners in 'H' block. Known as 'H' block because the letter H was written on each cell roof. There were at least 8 blocks in the 'H' block division. Catholic prisoners were being moved, so the army flew in helicopters and ...

    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 travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

    77 photos

    ... colonized by the English. The Great Famine was the most depressing event during the English colonization. The Irish population was brought down from 8 million to 3,5 million between 1840 and the 20th century due a disease in the potato crops troughout Europe. During this time of hunger many Irish people died or were sent to America by their landlords. This crossing, often with unsuitable ships (coffin ships) caused the death of 10-20% of the Irish emigrants. Most Irish ...

    Day 13. Donegal. To. Belfast

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 29, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... about 15 minutes to walk there. It was quite amazing as there were little rooms down one side , each seating about 8 people, with a door that could be closed giving absolute privacy. Many women used these booths when it was unfashionable for ladies to drink in pubs. There was a bell in each so the ladies could ring for service. The glass was covered with beautiful patterns. Some had drinks and we stayed for about an hour before ...