Briers Country House

Address: 39 Middle Tollymore Road, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0JJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 39 Middle Tollymore Road, Newcastle, is near Tollymore Forest Park, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, and Tollymore Mountain Centre.
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          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Briers Country House Newcastle

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Newcastle

          Majestic Mourne Mountains

          A travel blog entry by traveled on Sep 02, 2014

          38 photos

          ... more time, I would stay in this area longer next time. We stopped at a pub back in town for a drink to wait for the next bus back to Belfast. They had just run out of the Smithwick's on tap, so I got to try a new flavor - the Smithwick's IPA, which was quite tasty too. We were back in Belfast by about 8pm. We grabbed dinner at a cool hoppin place called the Alleycat for burgers and Irish craft beers, then returned to the hotel for some much needed ...

          Day 13. Donegal. To. Belfast

          A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 29, 2014

          2 comments, 12 photos

          ... about 15 minutes to walk there. It was quite amazing as there were little rooms down one side , each seating about 8 people, with a door that could be closed giving absolute privacy. Many women used these booths when it was unfashionable for ladies to drink in pubs. There was a bell in each so the ladies could ring for service. The glass was covered with beautiful patterns. Some had drinks and we stayed for about an hour before ...

          My second blog

          A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst on Jan 29, 2014

          3 comments, 9 photos

          ... development for school experience lessons are meant to teach us something on the school system of Ireland and also about the plans of promoting integrating education in Northern Ireland. This is a movement in Ireland that is attempting to bring, children, parents and teachers from the Roman Catholics and Protestant traditions together. I really like this topic, so I might be doing a research on it if I get the opportunity to do ...

          Ireland's weather hit us like a monsoon

          A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Jul 28, 2013

          ... room you need to get out and he's going where is my bed I'm like I don't know but it's not he and pritty much pushed him out the door and locked the door poor bloke don't know where he ended up hahah. Kasey woke up to me shoving this guy out the room and said what is going on I'm like some shirtless man just tried to get in our beds and Kasey said was he good looking? Typical Kasey haha I was just more scared he was going to vomit on us... Only in Belfast crazy crazy Belfast ...

          A Bloodied Lip, a Drunken Aussie, and Olympic Gold

          A travel blog entry by grindebudzisz on Feb 22, 2013

          62 photos

          ... amount, per se, but in tone and subject matter), and often the most obvious symbol of political identity, flags, changed. Flags are often points of contention as they are freighted with so much meaning—(the Union Jack a symbol of loyalism and the tri-color a symbol of republicanism). This is especially true in Northern Ireland, and especially now with the recent decision of Belfast city council to limit the flying of the Union Jack over ...