Bannville House Hotel

174 Lurgan Road, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 4NR, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $106.00

Travel Blogs from Banbridge

Irish Jam Session - CHECK

A travel blog entry by watchnickrun


... there were so few of us, my friends told the musicians that I was a singer. Of course, I was pretty apprehensive at first but eventually lightened up and sang "Landslide" (a personal favorite). We jammed for a while, fulfilling my musical soul. The guitar player was enthused with our presence, and the main singer had been touring through the US so she had lots to share. I’m still reeling (pun? anyone?) from the woman who ...

A Ferry and a Bus in the same day !!!

A travel blog entry by janetanne


... There are many murals on walls in both quarters telling the story of the troubles. I prefer Dublin but very glad I visited, you never know who you might meet in these places.

"Be honest, have integrity, have patience, be dependable, always tell the truth, laugh often and out loud, keep your promises, be happy, love one another, use kind words, always be grateful, help others, always do your best, try new things and smile skip and eat your peas"

What a Game.. What a day!!!

A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013


... and creation, as I made my climb, and she was left to experience the natural sounds and sights of the Irish hillside. I finally made my way to the top, and got some breathtaking pictures of the town from a great viewpoint. Many involve clouds that moved in, and the pictures don't do it nearly enough justice. The clouds rolled in with some light rain, and as I stood on the hill, I felt the clouds move in, and it was amazing.
But we couldn't stay on ...

Giant's Causeway!

A travel blog entry by ash.kerry


... where we got our audio guide from had only opened up a year ago and so it was all pretty new. We spent around 2 hour and 15 minutes at the Causeway. It was extremely windy and cold. There were a few times when we were standing on the rocks and were almost blown over by the wind! The story goes that the Causeway was built by a giant called Finn McCool. There was a hill there called 'Runkerry's Head', which ...

From Shipwreck to Quiz Time

A travel blog entry by drbysk8ter


... Funny enough the Hooligans had the winning team. The Hooligans are a group of what we would call cheerleaders for the derby team. They follow the team everywhere and basically cause havoc to cheer the team on. I have included pictures with one of the members of this team...he is sporting the mohawk. On our way out of the pub I was stopped by one of the derby girls who wanted to ask me a question. ...


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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