The Mourne Lodge

Address: Bog Road, Kilkeel, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 4HT, United Kingdom | 2 star hostel
 
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This 2 star hostel, located on Bog Road, Kilkeel, is near Mourne Mountains, Silent Valley Mountain Park, and Nautilus Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Kilkeel

      HILLSBOROUGH - Oyster Festival

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 06, 2014

      21 photos

      Skyped with the kids, they all staying at ours for the rugby on the big screen - enjoy! Good cooked breakfast, then walked 1.7km into town for the International Hillsboroughs Oyster festival, all proceeds to Northern Ireland Autism. Brilliant sunny day once again. There were long fat slugs everywhere on the footpath, one nearly got me, my heel skidded on it! They looked revolting. Houses on the left of us and country side the other. We did our usual and arrived early - we love seeing ...

      Cali and The Phoenix Park Deer

      A travel blog entry by europe2.0 on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... this show it only drizzled during the opening song. I really enjoyed this show more than others because the setting was very intimate like they were playing a private concert. Plus we were able to get up close to the stage. Besides seeing concerts we have been attending some Irish activities as well. Last month we went to Taste of Dublin, a food/drink event. Several of the finest restaurants showed off their best dishes. Another highlight of ...

      Stop by the Sea

      A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 31, 2014

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      Pottery and seafood

      A travel blog entry by cemewa on Oct 12, 2013

      16 photos

      ... or grey or granite.

      And small towns don't have hotels or pubs or cute guest houses. In fact they have nowhere to stay at all.

      There is little overt sign of the troubles but clearly in some places feelings still run high with Union Jacks flying proudly with Unionist. And in others the Orange and Green is ubiquitous

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      A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on Oct 13, 2011

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      ... is almost at ground level) but it is most famous for its 10th century high crosses.

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