Ballyrobin Country Lodge

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 travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

    77 photos

    ... colonized by the English. The Great Famine was the most depressing event during the English colonization. The Irish population was brought down from 8 million to 3,5 million between 1840 and the 20th century due a disease in the potato crops troughout Europe. During this time of hunger many Irish people died or were sent to America by their landlords. This crossing, often with unsuitable ships (coffin ships) caused the death of 10-20% of the Irish emigrants. Most Irish ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

    53 photos

    ... We stopped and had a walk around here after getting as much info as we could from the information centre before we carried onto our final stop in Donegal. We pulled into a wharf car park right next to the River Esk and after a walk round the streets and a delightful old cemetery we called into our first Irish pub " The Reel Inn' and had a pint. the landlord was very pleasant and said they played Irish folk songs every night, so, after we had dinner back in our camper we ...

    The Trouble with Belfast

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 15, 2014

    15 photos

    ... I didn't like Belfast. It was cold and unromantic, it's buildings being either too gloomy like in the troubled areas, or too commercial in the centre. The city hall is of some interest, but it's neither grand or big enough to captivate the imagination like other cities, and it's streets weren't the glorious tangled mess of Galway or Dublin that I had instantly liked. I was glad we were leaving it, and right on cue we were shuffled back on the bus to Dublin.

    Farewell Scotland & Hello Belfast

    A travel blog entry by miura09 on Aug 21, 2013

    5 photos

    ... like free toilets. It's necessary and at least in Auckland it's free. We have discussions like this which could be amusing. I have such a blasé attitude, I don't need to be right or accurate. Nadzha always feels the need to be right and correct that she always corrects me. I just shrug as long as I'm understood then that's all that matters. Our bus arrived and we hopped on. It took us through the countryside to the ferry. It was weird because I ...

    Fishing, Boot Sale, Explore Belfast

    A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 04, 2013

    23 photos

    ... the tour we decided to walk up to the Ginger Bistro for supper, we took a couple of wrong turns before I finally asked for directions. The first 8 people I approached were also just visiting Belfast but finally on the ninth try a helpful Irishman got us sorted. When we finally got to the restaurant it was closed so we tried the Crown Bar, an hour wait and settled on Brennan's pub. Food wasn't great and our server a Canadian was terrible. We left there and the girls decided to do a ...