Wellington Park Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Wellington Park Hotel Belfast
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... they were not actually making any whiskey there and we couldn't get into some sections because of maintenance. Also, there were no pictures allowed anywhere inside the plant, but it was still interesting. The bottling operation, where they ...
... the passengers and about the communication system. We were able to see how the boat
looked like through some reconstitutions of the cabins of the different classes and virtual visits.
Irish Night : After the free time at Belfast, we came back to Monaghan to do an Irish night. A man showed us the steps of typical irish dances. It was a little difficult because it was reallyfast but we had a good and funny time.
... There is a Leaning Tower of Belfast called the Albert Memorial Clock Tower. It's leaning 3 ft off the center base but the engineers have said its stable. Then we made it to the Titanic exhibit. The building is as high as the Titanic sat and has the same capacity as the Titanic had. There are wooden benches out side that is made like the Morris code the ship ...
... terminal. Somehow we had miscalculated the travel time and had booked for the 4.30 ferry. We got to Cairnryan around 12 noon and decided to see if they would change our booking to an earlier ferry. Thankfully they were obliging and we sailed at 1.30. When we made the booking we had booked for a seat not knowing the correct procedure. However it seems this gave us similar rights as Business Class when flying. We were the ...
... the Puffin Bus for a wee tour around the island. Rathlin was the site of the first Viking raid on Ireland. Robert the Bruce sought refuge on Rathlin which has also been the site of a number of infamous massacres. In 1575 the English killed hundreds of the women and children of Clan McDonnell who had taken refuge there. In 1642 Campbell soldiers killed local Catholic MacDonalds, near relatives of their arch Clan enemy in the Scottish Highlands Clan ...