Bannville House Hotel

Address: 174 Lurgan Road, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 4NR, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 174 Lurgan Road, Banbridge, is near Scarva Visitor Centre, Banbridge Gateway Tourist Information Centre, and Dromore High Cross.
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    Travel Blogs from Banbridge

    BELFAST/Antrim Coast Road to Giants Causeway.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 30, 2014

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    ... since 1694, described the rocks: "We found none square, but almost all pentagonal, or hexagonal; only a few had seven sides; and many more pentagons than hexagons; but they are all irregular… They always lie as close as possible for one stone to lie on another, so that on the outside of the pillars you can only discern the crack that joins the two stones." In later years, the Causeway became a must-see attraction for wealthy Victorians ...

    I totally believe in fairies

    A travel blog entry by akhuff8 on Aug 26, 2014

    ... of an appetite. Also, mixing vitamin C packs with nexium, multivitamin, and zyrtec. There are several things I refuse to experience on this trip. 1. Heartburn 2. Cold/Flu/Sinus Infection 3. Anaphylaxis. 4. Leg cramps. My nurse friends will know exactly where I'm coming from with this. The first thing we are introduced to is the republican vs loyalist sides. Northern Ireland was very dangerous for a long time. Only within the last few years has ...

    Stones and Thrones

    A travel blog entry by focksy on May 17, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... was amazing. There is a long story about how the Irish Giant Fin McCool made the causeway, but in reality it was a volcano. The rock formations are unbelievable. I think it's proof that God passed geometry. Each of the rocks are a perfect hexagon. Leaving the causeway we grabbed lunch then went to a little seaside area which was the set of another part of the show, Pyke Harbour where Greyjoy lived. I had a make out session with a handsome furry local here, a direwolf. ...

    Old Wounds, New Walls

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

    9 photos

    ... br> The museum exhibit was really interactive! It featured a giant indoor fake shipyard, that gives you a bit of scale as to just how large the operation was. It even included a ride, which whisks you through the shipyard to look at the different processes involved in constructing the Titanic. For example, just to construct the hull of the ship, 3 million rivets were used. The rudder of the ship was 78 feet high, and weighed 100 tonnes! When the Titanic was ...

    Belfast, Black Cabs and the Giant's Causeway

    A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 18, 2013

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... faces disappearing into the ocean. People used to climb across a single rope bridge (and back again with their fishing catch of the day). Luckily for us they have upgraded the old rope bridge to a more permanent and sturdy construction but it was still daunting with a 30m drop under your feet into the rocks and ocean below and the cross winds blowing a gale. It was such a pretty area though we were all glad we were brave enough to do the crossing. Fittingly we had fish for ...

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