Cullentra House

Address: 16 Cloghs Road, Cushendall, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT44 0SP, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 16 Cloghs Road, Cushendall, is near Glenarm Castle, Antrim Coast Road, and Clandeboye Golf Club.
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      Portstewart to Bally Castle & everywhere Inbetween

      A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Nov 20, 2014

      ... which Sydney paid for to pay us back for paying for him to get into the cause way- we felt so bad!) From here we drive to a place called Bally castle which was a gorgeous little coastal town where Sydney's friend billy lives. Billy went to australia with Sydney and Mabel a few years ago and met all the cartwrights as well. We went to a pub for lunch- jason had the fish and I had a chicken, bacon and mushroom pie and they were both ...

      Titanic Belfast

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 10, 2014

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      ... exhibition with interactive displays, a lift up the Arrol Gantry, a "ride" in a car through the bowels of the ship, and lots of historical titbits. What a great place! Museums are not what they used to be anymore.

      Set off at last out of Belfast and headed to the north coast. Camped for the night on a farm overlooking the distant sea, not far from the Giant's Causeway, for tomorrow. Wind buffeting the truck and ...

      Road Trip!

      A travel blog entry by sraffel on Mar 08, 2012

      29 photos

      Thursday morning we woke up early and drove northward. In a few hours, we were in Northern Ireland, and in about three hours we were all the way up on the northern coat at the Giant's Causeway. The Giant's Causeway is a natural rock formation that extends into the Atlantic Ocean. Depending on which story you want to believe, it was either formed by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago followed by lava cooling slowly and evenly to ...

      A hard days sailing

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 10, 2011

      ... Ghia or a safe anchorage on Kintyre became options. We proceeded to motor sail making about 5 knots close hauled while keeping the engine revs down. Had the sea state shown more than slight to moderate we might have diverted to the nearest distillery to drown our sorrows in a tot or two.

      ================= - midnight - anchored

      As we proceeded in a general southerly direction the engine was making it clear that she wasn't happy. ...

      Troubles and Beauty North of the Border

      A travel blog entry by egsolove on Oct 26, 2009

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      ... side, drawing a comparison between the Nazis and the Israelis (and by extension, Jewish people) as if they are one in the same. It's offensive, it's hard to look at, and I would go as far as to say it's unacceptable. I also was able to bear witness to an orange march, which is put on by a pro-Britain unionist group where they march down the street in full regalia (roughly 900 times a year), just to assert their presence and "superiority" and I guess to make the Irish ...