Eglantine Guesthouse

Address: 21 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT9 6DW, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Queen's Quarter area of Belfast, is near Ulster Museum, Clarke & Dawe, Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery, and Balmoral Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by mattccaddy on Jul 03, 2015

38 photos

... grim, the locals seemed friendly and open. Robert hated it, though! On Thursday we did a day Game of Thrones tour around Northern Ireland which included several hikes. The country was amazing and the tour was great for GoT nerds such as myself. I got chosen to play Robb Stark at one point and was crowned the "King in the North!" Friday we drove around through more interesting landscape, including severe fog. We went to ...

"The Troubles"

A travel blog entry by tdv95 on May 07, 2015

3 comments, 74 photos

... Along with a couple of sister ships, the unsinkable Titanic was built in the bustling (at the time) shipyards of Belfast only to sink on her maiden voyage after hitting an iceberg. The Titanic Quarter gave us great insight into the building of this colossal ship even floating the idea that the ship was sunk because one of the onboard owners had a wager on the speed of the crossing and had insisted on a direct line through a known iceberg alley at a ...

A Wee Jaunt to Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jhdicicco on May 02, 2015

9 photos

... columns, most of which are hexagonal. The columns form huge stepping stones, some as high as 39 feet, which slope down to the sea... not the Giant Finn McCool' s bridge to Scotland as told to us). We also had a photo stop at Dunluce Castle, which was home to the McDonnell Clan for many years. Not to mention that the Dunluce Castle has been referred to as the primary ...

An Irish tale

A travel blog entry by quinns_travels on Feb 20, 2015

... in the middle of the pub. The scarred wooden floor clean and free of obstacles, scuff marks cover the entire area but they add a charm to the place. The floor has been well used and will continue to do so. Stuffed in the corner the Ceili band. A fiddler sits front and centre, their hands slim and quick as they pick out their notes. The Bodhrans pulled tight, the stick twirled around in nimble fingers as they practice the tantalising beats. Other players ready their ...

Old Wounds, New Walls

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

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... the sinking of the Titanic did not completely tank the luxury cruise business. Harland and Wolff remained a profitable company, and the Olympic would do the Atlantic run until WWI, when it was commandeered to transport American troops to the front. All in all the Titanic Belfast was a engaging and interactive experience, that taught me quite a bit about one of the worlds most iconic human disasters.

In the afternoon I met up with Jen and Mark, a ...