Newcastle Youth Hostel

Address: 30 Downs Rd, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0AG, United Kingdom | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 30 Downs Rd, Newcastle, is near Royal County Down Golf Club, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, and Slieve Donard Spa.
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Travel Blogs from Newcastle

Belfast, Hollywood, Bangor, Carrick and Larne

A travel blog entry by rachbeat on Aug 10, 2013

... lunch Sam, William, Andrew, his girlfriend and I all went into Belfast to the Titanic museum. The museum sits beside the Harland and Woolf dock where the Titanic was built. The museum was amazing it told the historical story of the Titanic, where and how it was constructed and the horrific story about how it sunk. Harland and Woolf built the biggest ships in Europe and the huge H & W cranes still sit on the dock today. After the museum we all went to ...

Sligo to Belfast

A travel blog entry by maccaj8 on Apr 27, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

Left Sligo, had a beautiful drive along the coast, although cold, 9 degrees, was a beautiful sunny day. stopped to see w b Yeats grave at a beautiful cemetery, photo attached. Saw a fantastic ninth century Celtic cross, was about 8 foot high. We then stopped at the Beleek Pottery, show rooms, fantastic, I succumbed to a couple of pieces. Our tour director Peter accidentally smashed a candelabra, he was so embarrassed, we had a good laugh, he felt terrible and ...

A city of heart & soul

A travel blog entry by pilgrimdeb on Jul 25, 2012

4 photos

... see.

More than anything, as I grapple with first impressions, I am confused. The peace process seems (from my distant perspective) lurching but effective in the years since the Good Friday Agreement (1998). but I am confused by a city and a nation that seem to have 2 identities. And as for Belfast itself? I will hold my reflections until the end of my day tomorrow, ...

A long way to go for a rugby game.....

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Apr 30, 2011

23 photos

... so it didn’t stand out like a beacon for the bombers going overhead. It’s clean, but slightly yellowish. We saw the CS Lewis statue of him opening a wardrobe door (Chronicles of Narnia). And there were a few murals when we got back to the tougher area.

Central Belfast is much like any other large city, it has all the usual High Street stores, churches, municipal buildings etc. The clock built in memory of ...

The Mourne Mountains

A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Nov 15, 2010

53 photos

... opening in grass anymore, instead it was loosely placed boulders which formed a treacherous set of stairs. In certian spots, the wind was so fierce that it would catch you off guard and almost push you over. It was nearing noon and there were many more people on the mountains. Most of these people seemed to be serious hikers and had various pieces of helpful equipment to aid them during their trek. The most helpful tool seemed to be a pair of walking ...