St Patrick's Stream

Address: 17 Kilkeel Road, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0LB, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 17 Kilkeel Road, Newcastle, is near Tollymore Forest Park, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Royal County Down Golf Club, and Dundrum Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Lunch in Belfast

A travel blog entry by jennyandtom on Jul 07, 2013

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... taking the train in Europe, it makes for such a peaceful day.

The train dropped us off downtown, where we went on the hunt for dinner. We ducked into an Italian joint that had a couples special. Tom started with calamari and a salad, I had fresh feta stuffed portobello mushroom with rocket. We both ordered duck confit with mash for our entree. We headed back to hotel after dinner, since we had to be up early the next day.

Christmas trip to Belfast

A travel blog entry by aprih.york on Dec 17, 2012

1 comment, 59 photos

... packed ourselves a lunch of peanut butter and jelly, and checked out of the Paddy's Palace Hostel, we headed out for our last gander of Belfast. There was a strip called the "Golden Trail" that began just passed City Hall where you can run into the Botanical gardens and Museum district. This dampened trail, newly paved by raindrops, brought us first through Queens College with it's ivy league facade. It was about a fraction ...

A Long Day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jun 30, 2012

1 comment

... had begun, the giant awoke and the story - the history of Belfast, by interpretation was presented! And what a show, people lifted in the air by the cranes, doing acrobatics, fireworks - emphasizing significance, bands, with pipers and traditional instruments also, dancers, singers, animation on the screen and at the end a fireworks display. All in all the story was from a nearly 6th generation girl, whose family worked in the former linen industry (you see the stacks ...


A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jun 14, 2011

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... places and arriving at the Giants Causeway 12:45. It is very impressive. I do remember being here 31 years ago on my honeymoon.
Then we continued our bus journey to Bushmills and had a tour of the distillery.

After that we carried on our bus journey to Coleraine, from where we got the train back to Belfast.

An interesting day!

In ...

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 ...