Cromore Halt Inn

Address: 158 Station Road, Portstewart, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 55 7DA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 158 Station Road, Portstewart, is near Barry's Amusements, Portstewart Golf Club, Waterworld - Portrush, and Dunluce Family Entertainment Centre.
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      The Giants Causeway

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... and looked at Fingal's Cave in 1989.)    Brilliant UNESCO site, with a new visitors' centre that opened summer 2012. We walked the kilometre to the causeway then climbed around on it, watched by Rangers who would blow a whistle at you if you ventured too near the waves!   Returned to the Boomer and drove to Londonderry. We had been lucky to avoid the rain all morning, with just the wind, but now it rained so we headed for a camp site. Londonderry ...

      Titanic Belfast

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 10, 2014

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      Battled the crawling motorway - Northern Ireland only has 2 motorways - to get to the Titanic Quarter of the city. We passed " the Belfast Balls."
      Like so many cities with a harbour, Belfast is undergoing a revolution, turning docks etc into pedestrian precincts, museums and film studios.

      We went to Titanic Belfast. Opened in March 2012, costing 77 million pounds, the building itself rivals the Guggenheim in ...

      Some sun in Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by mnnorske on Oct 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... history of this area and how there are two sides to the story. Lots of "aha" moments.

      We walked the wall in Derry (I refuse to call it Londonderry). It is a huge wall that is still intact after hundreds of years of use. It has survived more than one siege and of course "The ...

      Belfast and Carrickfergus

      A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 26, 2014

      25 photos

      ... of their celebrations on most every holiday.

      At the end of the tour, Ciaran dropped us off at Titanic Belfast as we had prearranged with Paddy. We were there a wee bit early before our designated time. (I purchased timed tickets online before leaving home.) We had time to walk around the Titanic Quarter for a little while and saw Samson and Delilah, the two giant cranes used in shipbuilding, and ...

      Glenariff Forest Park, Cushendun, and Portstewart

      A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 08, 2013

      22 photos

      ... trees due to a disease infestation. We made the 2km walk down to see Ess-Na-Crub Waterfall, which was a nice waterfall but the smaller of the two. As the trek was all downhill walking back up took a bit longer but it was a beautiful day out. We ate lunch in the park before heading back to the car and getting back onto the coastal route.

      Stopping in at Cushendun we were looking for the cushendun caves but got distracted by a random goat on the side of the road and a pair of ...