Tyrella House B&B

Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located in Downpatrick, is near Castle Ward, Downpatrick Railway Museum, The Saint Patrick Centre, and Rowallane Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Downpatrick

    Hiding from the storm

    A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Sep 15, 2013

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    ... along the Lagan River ( the main river through Belfast) and then up through woods and fields passing interesting wood sculptures on the way. Eventually it brought us out to the Giant’s Ring. This is a very large earthwork barrow obviously several hundred years old and in the middle is a collection of standing stones. Ok not Stonehenge but a landmark on the route. The walk then continues in a circular route back to the Minnowburn car park. ...

    A Bloodied Lip, a Drunken Aussie, and Olympic Gold

    A travel blog entry by grindebudzisz on Feb 22, 2013

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    ... here in Derry as well

    Columbkille’s pictures.

    Sunday morning was a leisurely one as we lingered at breakfast, tried to guess what language the couple next to us were speaking (my guess was Slovenian), and walked down to the city center to catch the bus back to Belfast and then the train back to Dublin. We did have some time to capture a few pictures.

    Pictures from Sunday morning in Derry…

    This ...

    Fantastic Scenery and Sunshine!!!

    A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jul 02, 2012

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    ... And how if you could not pay your rent they used a battering ram to knock down your house. Many turf houses were built then to keep you out of the weather. I can't imagine how hard it was for those before us. Last we went through the political diorama, which was fairly current. He had a meeting hall set up for the presperterianXXXXXXX since they could not own land at one point. There was a Hall, for the Order of Orange, a Meeting Rock used for Catholic mass, and a ...

    Wild and windy

    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Oct 08, 2011

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    ... br> The team are shaping up well, Myles is the chef on board.
    Tonight (Sunday) we had a lovely beef stew. Ben is a natural with sail setting
    because of his experience with aerodynamics. He was able to obtain optimum
    speeds, with what appeared to me to be totally 'wrong' sails. Jeremy is full of
    enthusiasm, which is catching and inspiring. His pure joy at seeing the seals
    and jelly fish made me smile.

    All in all a good days sail....
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    Belfast, Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by tomodea on Jun 25, 2011

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    ... at the train station we headed out and could not find any signs to the museum. We walked to the main road. Tom looked for signs but Ruth, less optimistic, asked a passenger in the car waiting for the lights and he pointed us in the right direction. The museum was a fascinating place. We first looked at the transport museum – trains, buses and cars, then the Titanic exhibit before catching the ...