St. Ronans Bed & Breakfast

8 Portmuck Road, Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT40 3TW, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 8 Portmuck Road, Larne, is near Dunluce Castle, Carnfunnock Family Fun Zone, and Gleno Waterfall.
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    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... around Larne and grab a few food items. After that we drove North and our first stop was at an historic village called Glenarm who's story can go back as far as the 5th A.D. It is said that it lay within the ancient Gaelic Kingdom of Dal Riada where the first settlement was developed around an old castle at the mouth of the river, it isn't proven but if true, Glenarm would be the oldest village in Ireland. After having good look around we set off again stopping every so often at ...

    99 Ice Cream at the Rhinka

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 12, 2013

    1 photo

    Thursday was one of the first true 'rainy days' in Ireland. We had every intention of going to Belfast this day but with the weather calling for no rain on Friday, we decided to just lounge around the house in Larne and relax. Yes we are lazy travelers on some days but it is vacation after all!

    We did drive into downtown Larne as Kara wanted to visit a Boots Pharmacy as they tend to have high-cosmetics at much cheaper prices but with it ...

    The Worst of Times, The Best of Times

    A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 11, 2013

    1 comment, 60 photos

    The arrival to Belfast was something other than what we expected. We as people in general tend to build things up to be closer to perfect than they really are, and we were about to realize this. We got in even earlier than we thought, and were ready to make our way to the Hotel, and then church. that's where the plans stopped. After a mix up with the car company, who had tried to give me a standard, in stead of an automatic which I thought we had ...

    Ecos parkrun, Cornlough and Larne

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 01, 2013

    4 photos

    ... because in winter 9 is too early, just as in Scotland. I lurked in the visitor centre, eventually approached by a friendly (an unnecessary adjective here, I'll leave it out from now on) BR who let me know that if I had a barcode I could leave it in the barcode organiser. Great, though really aimed at those coming back week after week, who can leave their barcodes with the organisers. Mine may have been the only laminated one-no need to laminate if ...

    A Bloodied Lip, a Drunken Aussie, and Olympic Gold

    A travel blog entry by grindebudzisz on Feb 22, 2013

    62 photos

    ... t until he was looking at the currency that it seemed to make some sense that we were someplace different. Pounds, not euros, the Queen visage and not a symbol like the Irish harp—these were the tangible markers of difference. The population of Northern Ireland is 1.8 million, with the Republic at 4.6 million.

    While Nate remained blissfully unaware, the subtle, and not so subtle markers, changed as well. The graffiti changed ...