Ballyrobin Country Lodge

Address: 144-146 Ballyrobin Road, Aldergrove, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT29 4EG, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 144-146 Ballyrobin Road, Aldergrove, is near Antrim Castle Gardens and Lough Neagh.
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      A Belfast Identity

      A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Sep 29, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... of their way to help you, very chatty. But you have some underlying sense that if you got on the wrong side of them they might be quick to get angry. Melbournians are the same I think. Everyone does sound like my granny and granda. Friends of mine that have visited Northern Ireland said they had amazing trouble understanding what people were saying. I've had to click my ears in to the accent a little if young boys are talking, but it's not ...

      The Causeway Coastal Route

      A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Aug 08, 2014

      3 comments, 130 photos

      ... of the surrounding coastline and out to Rathlin Island. Sunday was a predictably wet day. We stayed where we were for the morning before going into Ballycastle and doing a bit more shopping. We stayed in a little layby in the countryside for an hour or two and then stopped at Carrick-a-Rede, a rope bridge crossing a 20m chasm 30m above the sea. It was originally built by salmon fishermen. We debated whether to wait until the next day to see if the weather would improve but decided ...

      Tales of Giants and "The Troubles"

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... to see the Giant's Causeway, a unique geological feature of volcanic origin and UNESCO World Heritage Site, sometimes considered the 8th Wonder of the World. Luckily there was a shuttle bus from the visitor's center to the causeway - as tired as our legs were from our hile to the rope bridge and back, the bus was definitely worth twice the price we paid for it! The legend of the causeway is that it was built by Finn McCool, a giant of a man ...

      Stones and Thrones

      A travel blog entry by focksy on May 17, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... were hugs and shrieks of excitement. We crossed over very slowly I may add (it's Fockin high) and then decided we should just cross back and call it a day. On the way back over, funny guy Trevor starts bouncing up and down behind me. I nearly soiled myself as the bridge started rocking up and down. With a sort of possessed demon esque voice, my head spun backwards (Trevor maintains that my shoulders didn't move one bit) and I said STOP in the lowest voice you've ever ...

      Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

      135 photos

      ... my page. You've never seen a computer with so many freakin' pop ups and tool bars and viruses and all kinds of ****. It was mental, but I managed to get what I needed and headed back with some breakfast.

      Laura had strongly recommended doing a black cab tour which is a specialised tour in the back of one of the black cabs - cool! The tour is driven by taxi drivers who have lived through the troubles of the partisan history of Ireland and Belfast. It runs for around 90 ...