Dunsilly Hotel

20 Dunsilly Road, Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT41 2JH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 20 Dunsilly Road, Antrim, is near Antrim Castle Gardens and Lough Neagh.
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    Travel Blogs from Antrim

    Chasing Family History

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jun 04, 2014

    9 photos

    Staying at a Holiday Inn Express - according to my friend, Mr Google, it's like a Holiday Inn, but without all the extra services - no gym or swimming pool, but an acceptable "Irish Breakfast". We had decided to head to Ballymena, the birthplace of my grandfather. I was surprised by the size of the place. I had been expecting a quaint little village, but instead discovered it has a population of nearly $30,000. The streets are narrow, and there ...

    Stress City

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jun 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... away, but it just seemed time to stop. I fear we missed some good photographs, so the navigator will have photography to add to his job description in future.

    We asked a policewoman (on a pushbike) about accommodation in Antrim, and she suggested the Holiday Inn Express - opposite a big shopping centre. I had been thinking a B&B, but guess there's plenty of time for that. After checking ...

    Belfast

    A travel blog entry by ash.kerry on Mar 16, 2013

    9 photos

    ... before we celebrated that. It just wasn't the same, it wasn't what we were expecting. We then went to an Irish pub that we had been told was amazing! It was pretty packed and they played some very traditional Irish music, which was lovely to hear! Again, no one was dressed up (we didn't see any green anywhere!) On our way home we walked past one last bar and it was a lot bigger than the first one. Inside we counted 5 people wearing ...

    "The Troubles" - Belfast Style

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 06, 2012

    79 photos

    ... The British responded and in a week, 300 were killed; many more were arrested and taken to Kilmanhaim Gaol. The 16 ringleaders were executed summarily at the Gaol. These executions, without trial, became the rallying point for the Irish. The war of independence began in 1918 and over the next two years, at least a 1000 people were killed by way of street fighting, in the jails, by terrorist bombs and so on. The Black and Tans ...

    Choosing sides

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Jun 30, 2011

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... a peace agreement was signed in 1998, new murals continue to appear, a new ‘peace wall’ has been erected and riots still occur around the Orange Marching season. In fact, I have arrived amid the rioting though have witnessed none first hand, only the aftermath.

    Of course what is largely advertised as a religious divide is nothing of the sort - churches on both sides shy away from the conflict and encourage the peace process. It is entirely ...