Ardpatrick Country House

108 Ballydugan Road, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 8HF, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Downpatrick

Ayr to Belfast

A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 03, 2013

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The car needed to be returned to Cairnryan ferry terminal by 10:00 and as it was an hour and a half from Ayr we made an early start to the day. The drive along the coast was very pleasant and we said our fondest goodbyes to Scotland as we drove through each little town which displays the words "haste ye back" as you leave.

Returning the car, booking our cases onto the ferry all went seamlessly and we sat down to await our ...

Game of Thrones Coach Tour

A travel blog entry by ryder.alison on Sep 23, 2012

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... old stone bridge, which they also used in filming, apparently Ned walks over it once, maybe with Robert. There's also evidence that the same bridge is being used in season 3, so keep your eyes out.

Then we went to the castle proper where some local historical re-enacters did some swordfighting for us. It was cool but windy and very cold! Then we had a delicious pig roast and all was right in the world.

Crossing the Irish Sea

A travel blog entry by eliseandmatt on Jul 28, 2012

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... and a nice big window, a lounge, TV, tea and coffee making equipment and our own bathroom.

We relaxed there for a bit and Emma had fun mucking around on the bed. The ferry left the port at 11.30am. Close to 12.00pm, we decided to have a look around so we went back to deck 7. The deck had a shop, bar, lounge area and cinema. I had also gotten us access to the Stenna Plus lounge so we went up to deck 8. There was another restaurant and lounge on that level ...

Wild and windy

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Oct 08, 2011

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Ok here's the update...

Yesterday (Saturday) we set off about 10.15 am and headed out for
Ardglass. 34.6 NM later we arrived..that's it!


Ok there was a bit more...It was pretty wild when we left Bangor, about a 7
gusting 8 (the weather forecast said 56mph). We only put the engine on for
fifteen minutes, then sails up and away, but within a few moments we realized we
were overpowered. So everything ...

Tea w/Lord Mayor, Cooking & Meeting with ex-IRA,

A travel blog entry by mnambassadors on Jun 18, 2011

... the next two nights with a friend who is part of a Catholic group that works with Protestants for Christian unity in Belfast. This group is a sister-group of Saint Paul's Outreach (SPO), a group that I am part of at the U of M. It was through SPO that I learned about Friends of Saint Patrick, so it is incredible how these networks have intertwined and given me so many great opportunities.

I'm really excited because my mom and sister ...