Pheasants Hill Country

Address: 37 Killyleagh Road, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 9BL, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 37 Killyleagh Road, Downpatrick, is near Castle Ward, Rowallane Garden, Inch Abbey, and Quoile Pondage Nature Reserve.
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      The day we went to Bangor - take two

      A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 06, 2014

      19 photos

      ... then continued on our way through Larne and Belfast. Belfast was peak hour traffic so we didn't stop. Went through the Northern Ireland town of Bangor which is the town the song was probably written about. It is a party town but we kept going looking for a quiet seaside town with a local pub. None to be found! We crossed to south of the peninsular on a ferry and continued till I found a B&B sign in the country down a lane way. Lovely older couple who ...

      Belfast Done Fast

      A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 13, 2013

      18 photos

      ... made to this old Gaol. This tour was far less about political prisoners and more of a general overview of the Gaol in general. It was about twenty minutes longer than the Kilmainham Gaol tour. The one thing I enjoyed more about this tour is they show you the execution chamber and still it has the hangman's rope and drop floor.

      Squeezing in another major city into one day was again a challenge but next up it was the Ulster Museum. We had ...

      We are not Irish, we are not British.

      A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Aug 09, 2013

      12 photos

      ... This town is very unique in the way that it has two names, legally the city and county is called Londonderry, however Catholics and nationalists will call it and want the name changed to Derry. A visible sign of the dispute to the visitor is in the road signs; those pointing to the city from the Republic refer to it as Derry, whilst signs in Northern Ireland use Londonderry. It is not uncommon to see vandalised road signs with the "London" part of the name spray painted over ...


      A travel blog entry by jkloewen on Aug 23, 2012

      4 comments, 18 photos

      ... Nose for obvious reasons. A lot of weddings are held at the Belfast Castle now. The latest additions to the castle include nine cats hidden throughout the garden for kids (and adults) to be amused during some of the more drawn out weddings. Then, in typical Jess and Ryan style, we decided to go for a walk up the hill to see the view. The walk turned into a small 7km hike. Very cool hike. At the top of Cave Hill, is a medieval stone structure called ...

      BELFAST Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jul 29, 2011

      10 photos

      ... I could appreciate that historically the argument between the two factions began due to perceived issues of inequality of work opportunities available between the predominantly protestant and catholic (north and south)communities, however I have only ever seen reported or experienced the violent outcomes from this period and when those outbursts became worse with more civilian lives lost as a result the Queen of England intervened and a distinct border between north ...