Braeside Country House

10 Brown's Brae, Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT18 0HL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Holywood

Weekend in Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by doc_1034

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... which was ridiculously nice for the cost (only 60 between the two of us). And I didn't realize Scotland is so close to Ireland; you can literally see the highlands from the coastal road on a clear day.

On Sunday we got up early and drove the coastal road (easily the most scenic drive I've ever taken) towards Carrick-a-Rede and walked a rope bridge originally built by fishermen more than 200 years ago. From there we went to the Giant's Causeway, which ...

Lunch in Belfast

A travel blog entry by jennyandtom

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... where a jumbo-tron had been set up, and everyone was watching the men's finals of Wimbledon. We found several pedestrian streets with shopping and cafes, but many things were not open.


We grabbed lunch at a pub called Muriel's. Tom had Vegetable Gnocchi, and I had a Yankee Southern Fried Chicken Wrap. I had to, the name cracked me up. Interestingly enough, the street we ate on had an alley called Cole's Alley off it. Too bad ...

Black Cab Tour

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach

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... most people want peace now and are embarrassed when one of the extremists take action against others.
I guess the main reason it upset me so much is because when you think of the troubles that happened there it seems like it was so long ago, when in actuality it still happens in certain ways. Like the occasional petrol bomb, or the fact that you can't wear certain colours since it represents one side or another. Based on the way you talk or the way you act you are labeled ...

Our Nordie New Years Eve

A travel blog entry by borntorun

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... grounds to take in the views of the city. We then went to visit the Titanic museum at the Harland and Wolfe shipyard. We were really impressed by the exhibits and how it told the story of the ship's construction. It was also really good to get an understanding of the how industrialised Belfast was at the turn of the 20th century. It also touched on the city's response to the home rule bills in the 19th century and the divide amongst the catholic and Protestant workforces. ...

Belfast

A travel blog entry by jkloewen

This is a top pick!
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... nice gesture!

The next day Jess and I headed across town to see the Belfast Castle. I don't see us getting bored of castles any time soon. Every one is unique. Built on unique terrain, with different styles and stories. This one was built on the side of Cave Hill which is a huge hill that you can see almost anywhere in Belfast, and looks like a man's face. It's crazy how much it looks like a face! One of the peaks that sticks up is called ...

Location

This hotel, located on 10 Brown's Brae, Holywood, is near Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra Manor, Redburn Country Park, and Holywood Maypole.
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