St Patrick's Stream

17 Kilkeel Road, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0LB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 17 Kilkeel Road, Newcastle, is near Tollymore Forest Park, Royal County Down Golf Club, Murlough National Nature Reserve, and Dundrum Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Ireland yes, but still in the UK

A travel blog entry by nicoleanderson on May 17, 2013

... writing blog entries, and enjoyng some time to just relax. Later in the afternoon I met a friend of a friend for coffee, and got some tips on things to do in the city while having good conversation. Afterwards, I decided I would head back, relax and go to sleep early. I denied a few invites to go out, and used my better judgement to get a good night of rest and feel refreshed the next day.

I slept in a bit, got up and had breakfast, ...

Cliffs of Moher, Galway Bay

A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7 on Sep 11, 2012

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... problems, you write them down and tie the note to the tree...the fairies will take it and you no longer have a problem.I asked Dara (an Irish name meaning tall, strong oak) if he believed in fairies...his answer .." well the short answer is no....buuut) and he told a story. There was a new highway being built between Ennis and Galway, being paid for by the European Union. Nice, 4 lane road coming ...

BELFAST Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jul 29, 2011

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Running out of days I preempted my departure back to England with another Viator tour of yet another major city in Ireland - Belfast. Thinking that it would be an excellent way to see the city from a 'locals' perspective and without the hassle of having to conduct a lot of research into the best places to visit I booked the tour for the following day. I went to the designated meeting point at 8am sharp where a young Italian guy struck up a conversation with me about the ...

A day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by hscoggin on May 10, 2011

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... 8211; at the gates to frisk everyone going into the center of the city.

Bill was telling me that, twenty years ago, he wouldn’t have been able to drive his cab through the gates to the other side of the wall. He would have stopped at the gate, let his fare out, and there would have been a Catholic cab (or was it Protestant – I can’t remember which he was) on the other side in the same situation. They would swap fares, and continue on their ...

The Peace Maze

A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Nov 15, 2010

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... hedges. He jumped out and grabbed me and I shrieked at the top of my lungs.

About 45 minutes had passed and we were both baffled at how difficult it has become. I even resorted to following a white tailed hare that I saw hopping along. I figured it was close enough to the story Alice in Wonderland that I aught to give it a shot. In the end the hare had lead me in the right direction, but it was too fast and I lost sight of him.

Another ...