Apparo Restaurant & Hotel

Address: 18 St. Patrick's Street, Draperstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT45 7AL, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 18 St. Patrick's Street, Draperstown, is near River Moyola.
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      Travel Blogs from Draperstown

      The Emerald Isle

      A travel blog entry by rdtodd on Apr 01, 2015

      3 comments, 27 photos

      ... br> Arrived at the Old Parochial House, a collection of rental units, to be met by Alison our host for the week. Our unit was being warmed by a peat fire, a first for us, when we arrived. The redone stables over two floors was very homey and met our needs. The next week was spent exploring the countryside and some of the small towns and villages. By far the two best days were the ones spent on two coastal drives. The first was south and west ...

      You Are Now Entering Free Derry

      A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on Mar 01, 2015

      167 photos

      ... the evaluation, ha, genius. This place rocks! But really!

      Kathy then comes to me saying, “Michael. We need your help in here” … Michael Maloney … man of many hats, now ‘baby whisperer’, as my job was to hold onto and bounce around with 11 week old Max and keep him company while his mom was getting treatment. I’ve never held a baby for that amount of time before, and he only cried once! And by the end he was falling asleep in ...

      Best part of the North

      A travel blog entry by oshaughnessy89 on Sep 04, 2014

      1 comment, 45 photos

      ... best sites including the nun's walk, Kevin's school and the Anchor Hotel where Seamus spent all of his student grant in his younger years. This was also one of the nicest pubs we have visited. Sorry Seamus, they didn't know you. We enjoyed our pints and have done our best to souvenir something for Seamus. He will have to wait.

      After the pints we ambled down the street to find The Toman favourite Ice Cream store (see photos) and had ...

      Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by themoloneys on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      This morning we watched a bit of the D-Day 70th Anniversary coverage. It was neat to see the places that we have been to on television including Arromanches and pegasus bridge. We had a proper irish fry for breakfast. We then started the drive down to Giant's Causeway. Along the way we stopped at Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. It has been there since the 1600's when fishermen realized that salmon passed by this island and got trapped in the ...

      Ireland; into the North

      A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Mar 21, 2014

      15 photos

      ... rule. The English hopelessly outnumbered the Irish Rebel Forces but increased support for republicanism. The war on independence lasted many years, led by the Irish Republic Arms (IRA), fighting for the rights of the people. Michael Collins of the IRA was involved in the signing of the Anglo-Irish treaty signed at Westminster. It was a compromise between and independent republic and a province of the empire. He felt had signed his ...