Downshire Arms Hotel

Address: 95 Newry Street, Banbridge, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT32 3EF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 95 Newry Street, Banbridge, is near Banbridge Gateway Tourist Information Centre and Dromore High Cross.
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    Travel Blogs from Banbridge

    The Trouble with Tourists (part 1 of ?) - Jonathan

    A travel blog entry by theschaades on Jul 30, 2015

    18 photos

    ... tourism or extreme sport, you are allowed to film with a selfie stick to get that really cool shot..... If you are a single guy traveling alone DO NOT TAKE 37 PICTURES OF YOURSELF IN FRONT OF AN OLD CHURCH! (or anywhere else for that matter) I promise I have seen this at, I'm going to confidently say, 90%of the places we have visited. Selfie sticks in the hands of couples or groups traveling together....100% of the places we have visited. ...

    Belfast, Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jrklein3 on Aug 22, 2014

    6 photos

    ... be returning to The Republic of Ireland and spend the night in the city where this great adventure began, Dublin. After a farewell group dinner tonight and a good night's sleep, Betsy and I will be boarding an airplane and heading for home. Thanks to all of you that have shared this experience with me via Travelpod. I have so enjoyed hearing from you while I've been gone. Hope to see you soon, I've missed you all. Happy Trail to you until we meet again! ...

    Belfast en un temps record / in a record time

    A travel blog entry by karine-julie on Jun 30, 2014

    29 photos

    ... we decide to take another guided tour bus. This city seems bigger and more adapted to the needs of a modern life than Dublin. We go through the rough neighborhoods where a lot of clashes took place in the 60s and 70s. There is still some tension once in a while but the city center is quite safe for tourists. We drive by the peace murals, a war barricade now transformed with artistic murals from which we don't get all the meaning, because of the ...

    Belfast to York

    A travel blog entry by bollidarling on Aug 07, 2013

    24 photos

    ... We went thru lots of little villages and overtook hundreds of bloody trucks (or Lorries as the Brits call them). We realised we would be passing very close to Gretna Green so decided to stop there for lunch. Very popular place and there was a wedding going on...had a nice lunch We arrived in York at rush hour to our hotel, which is a nice old hotel on the ...

    Giant's Causeway, Carrickerede, Carrickfergus

    A travel blog entry by alandjo on Aug 03, 2013

    69 photos

    ... and sea are beautiful here as along most of the coast. We parked the bus in the inland parking area and then took probably a half mile winding path downhill to the coast and the rope bridge. The bridge is 20m long and 20 to 30m above the ocean and connects the mainland to Carrickerede Island. There has always been a rope bridge here which may have been built and used by salmon fishermen during the once large spring salmon run. For many years the bridge consisted of a single ...