Causeway Coast Independent Hostel

4 Victoria Terrace, Portstewart, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT55 7BA, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 4 Victoria Terrace, Portstewart, is near Barry's Amusements, Portstewart Golf Club, Waterworld - Portrush, and Dunluce Family Entertainment Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Portstewart

    DERRY /DUNFANAGHY.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... and shove "game", we watched then for quite a while. No grass, no greenery, shade or seats, just concrete. Like Omagh, we have not had time to investigate Derry as we would have liked. Had a job to find the car after the walk, knew where it was but didn't know how to get there!!! We committed to going back to Beech Hill as the lady Patsy Donelly, is another relative of Kevin's, the same relationship as Mary and Rose. She was a sheer delight, ...

    MONEYMORE - McGLINCHEY/McGOVERN

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... to be on the road again by 2pm to see a bit of Londonderry but we were absolutely, positively TOLD that were having a cup of tea before we left, we were served, ham, cheese, tomato and soda bread on individual plates! 4pm we said goodbye. Phone, ipad troubles again as we approach the border. Found a 3 shop in Derry (only Protestants call it Londonderry) - sims are 3 network. Finally found someone who explained to us in ...

    Legen...wait for it...dary

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... renamed Derry within the recent past, but people were debating over completely renaming it. One of the contenders was LegenDERRY. Haha, get it? Legendary. This is the oldest Irish city with a wall, as well at the only one that was never breached in it's high times. Therefore, it was also called the maiden city. We walked the top of the wall and heard a bit of the history of the city as well as the civil unrest in the recent past. We also learned of Bloody Sunday where the ...

    The top end of Ireland

    A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... Coastal route to Larne, stopping along the way at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge which is suspended 30metres above a 20metre chasm. The bridge was originally erected by salmon fishermen, who used it for about 350 years to gain access the best place to catch the migrating salmon, so successful were they that salmon stocks are so low, no more fishing is permitted.
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    Glenariff Forest Park, Cushendun, and Portstewart

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 08, 2013

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    ... trees due to a disease infestation. We made the 2km walk down to see Ess-Na-Crub Waterfall, which was a nice waterfall but the smaller of the two. As the trek was all downhill walking back up took a bit longer but it was a beautiful day out. We ate lunch in the park before heading back to the car and getting back onto the coastal route.

    Stopping in at Cushendun we were looking for the cushendun caves but got distracted by a random goat on the side of the road and a pair of ...