Burrendale Hotel, Country Club & Spa

Address: 51 Castlewellan Rd, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0JY, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 51 Castlewellan Rd, Newcastle, is near Tollymore Forest Park, Royal County Down Golf Club, Murlough National Nature Reserve, and Dundrum Castle.
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    Ben & Jerry's

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 16, 2014

    Today was another boiler of a day.
    I have begun having showers in the morning rather than night because I am more sweaty when I wake up than after a full day of doing stuff.
    I decided today to go and do a bus tour for 6pound in Newcastle. Why?
    Because if I want to follow my Celtic Connections pattern, I must go to County Down (Star of the County Down).
    I got there in time for the bus tours only to find out that I am an idiot who didn’t ...

    Tales of Giants and "The Troubles"

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 08, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... his baby is this size, what size must Finn McCool be!" Benandonner fled back to Scotland tearing up the causeway and the nearby countryside on the way. After seeing the causeway we stopped for lunch at a nearby pub - the Nook. It began raining just as we got there - and stopped before we finished lunch. On our way back to Belfast, we made brief stops to see Dunluce Castle, built in the 15-17th centuries and the Black Hedges, of Game of Thrones fame. ...

    Belfast Done Fast

    A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 13, 2013

    18 photos

    ... the shipyard as it was built. Think of it as a very slow roller coaster but a fun semi-interactive way to take in the information.

    After the ride we moved through to some more historical displays including layouts of the first class, second class, and third class rooms. It was interesting to see how small the cabins in third class really were and how small beds were in general. Suffice to say Victor Newman (can't remember his real name) ...


    A travel blog entry by johnnym on May 31, 2013

    4 photos

    ... bandmates. Inspired by African music he went to *****ia to explore, ending up playing with their greatest musician, racing in a rally and thereby discovering a lifelong love of Polo. Seriously, rarely has the phrase Rock and Roll seemed so fitting, except he'd argue he's a Jazz drummer. Recommended, and an eye opener. Even better, Surreyites, he's bringing a band to Kingston on 5th June, an excuse to go and support him and the Rose ...

    Journey to Belfast

    A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7 on Sep 12, 2012

    32 photos

    ... The shipyards are amazing, the actual drydock where the Titanic was outfitted and launched was really cool to see. The sight of this massive drydock id awe inspiring. The magnitude of the work it was to create the place is shocking. The place took FIVE HUNDRED MEN more than SEVEN years, working with SHOVELS to dig! The working conditions must have been less than stellar, so it really is quite the site. Enjoy the pics...tomorrow off to Giants ...