Belmont Hotel

Rathfriland Road, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 3LH, United Kingdom | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Banbridge

Irish Jam Session - CHECK

A travel blog entry by watchnickrun


... like I’ve never heard and fiddle around on a flute better than I ever could. I can finally ACTUALLY check off “Play in an Irish session” from my bucket list! I’ll go skydiving, find a volcano and we’ll call it a day.

I also got to talk to the bar owner, Tom, who was born on the top floor of McDonnell’s. He’s been all over the world, but still loves his hometown of Ballycastle. He ...


A travel blog entry by jedhuggett


Us 3 took the coach to belfast satday ariving mid afternoon.  After checking we took a we took a west belfast taxi was realy good value. No we understood why ireland had pounds i some parts and euro on the other parts. We had no idear that ther had been a war in bellfast for 30 years and only stoped in 1998. We got shown the wall that devides the city in ...

What a Game.. What a day!!!

A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013


... for long. We had to make it down to the bottom, so that we could head to the highlight of the day, and a first for both of us. We were off to see the Northern Ireland National Football (soccer) Team play Russia in a World Cup Qualifying game. We grabbed a quick dinner, and headed down to Windsor Park, the National stadium for the team. It was sprinkling off and on as we made our way down to the stadium and we were concerned for the weather, but the ...

Giant's Causeway!

A travel blog entry by ash.kerry


... was wonderful!

After the Causeway we then went to Carrick-a-rede Ropebridge. This is a bridge which is made from ropes and planks and is about a 50 foot drop into the ocean. It was originally made by salmon fishermen! We walked across it and it was very windy. Kerry found it scary and thought she was going to fall over the edge! Once you got to the other side you HAD to walk back as it was only a ...

From Shipwreck to Quiz Time

A travel blog entry by drbysk8ter


... me to go over the mechanics of a three turn. Her flat mate came up and explained that she had spent 2 1/2 hours in their living room working on the mohawk turn. The girl looked at me and said "I just really want to learn how to do it." I was so excited for her and her effort. This one is going to be a great derby player someday....tenacity is a building block of all great derby players.



This hotel, located on Rathfriland Road, Banbridge, is near Banbridge Gateway Tourist Information Centre.
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