Ryan B&B

Address: 19 Milltown Street, Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 3PS, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 19 Milltown Street, Newry, is near Mount Stewart House, Kilbroney Park, Newry and Mourne Museum, and Burren Heritage Centre.
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        From A to A, tomorrow from A to B.

        A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Sep 15, 2015

        11 photos

        Breakfast of muesli and then smoked salmon and cheese. We certainly aren't in Kansas (well home) anymore. Last night we had delightful confit of duck presented as rillets, some really good pork and pistachio terrine and some really, really good prosciutto. So the food scene here is pretty strong. We were joined by a couple from the States who were good company for us. They were actually staying at the ...

        The Fourth Day

        A travel blog entry by sarahp1508 on Aug 07, 2015

        1 photo

        ... acres of farmland overlooking County Westmeath. From the summit, one can see the Hill of Slane, which I will detail tomorrow. On our way home for the night, we found an abandoned abbey by accident; Bective Abbey. This beautiful structure was totally open to the public, and absolutely beautiful at sunset. These 9pm sunsets, though, continue to amaze, amuse, and confuse ...

        Bru na Boinne - Newgrange & Knowth Stone Age Sites

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Aug 05, 2015

        42 photos

        ... Neolithic means New Stone Age and the constructions in the Boyne River Valley are believed to date from around 3,000 B.C., making them older than the Great Pyramids of Egypt. I’m calling them "constructions" even though they are often referred to as tombs. The guides at the sites and the information presented at the visitor center emphasize that their purposes and uses are still not fully known and they could well have been primarily ceremonial chambers rather than ...

        A day with relatives

        A travel blog entry by tkerrone on May 08, 2015

        3 photos

        ... cemetery, the view of the countryside was lovely. We then drove down some narrow country roads and eventually saw the the small cottage where Don's relatives lived. It is now used as a storage shed and the thatched roof has been replaced by a tin roof. It is incredible to think that an entire family lived in such a small building. We also visited some cemeteries and saw tombstones of Don's relatives. I enjoyed the day, despite the ...

        Ancient Sights & Old Cities

        A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 05, 2014

        1 comment, 16 photos

        ... would make a perfect table top. Above the flat kerbstones is a neatly packed wall of white quartz scattered with round stones shaped like a small ball and extends around the front half of the tomb. The rounded top of the tomb is covered in neatly manicured grass.

        The guide allows us to enter the passage tomb. The entrance is small, and a large gray kerbstone ...