Drumgooland House

Address: 29 Dunnanew Road, Seaforde, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 8PS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 29 Dunnanew Road, Seaforde, is near Slieve Donard, Seaforde Tropical Butterfly House, Downpatrick Railway Museum, and Ballynoe Stone Circle.
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    Travel Blogs from Seaforde

    Our European Adventure - Chapter 4

    A travel blog entry by brods1 on Aug 23, 2015

    9 photos

    ... So, the plan changed (I am sooooo flexible now) and we decided to drive to the west coast of Ireland and spend the night in Galway. The main tourist attraction on our route was the Cliffs of Moher. A world class attraction and worth the 2 hour drive. A relatively uneventful drive, just the occasional wrong turn, got us to the cliffs around lunch time. As with so much of Ireland, the views were spectacular, but you have to pay for it. 6 Euro each, and a dirty ...

    Dublin to Belfast via Giant's Causeway

    A travel blog entry by a.baker.abroad on May 11, 2015

    With a good weekend in Dublin behind us it was time to hit the road again for some Irish adventures. Day one was taking us north in search a rope bridge and a Giant's Causeway, both highlights along the North East coast of Ireland on the Causeway Coastal Route. After a late start from Dublin we made our way up past Belfast and onto the coast road. Our trip took us through Larne and Ballycastle, where we ...

    Banter in Belfast

    A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 21, 2014

    27 photos

    ... the windiest place in the country. The only disappointment is that tourists have complete access, meaning that truly appreciating the scenery becomes difficult when all angles are spoilt by a multitude of posing dipsticks.

    Carrying on from the Causeway we took a side step to the historic town of Bushmills famous for non-other then Bushmills Whisky. A bite to eat and a cheeky little tasting and we were once again moving on, if only Brendon had room for ...

    A week with the leprechauns, Ireland.

    A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 20, 2014

    ... us and we were now free. Free from relying on public transport and carrying around our packs. We looked at the map, pointed the car in a Northern direction and were out of the city before you could say the word 'Guinness'. The one thing I love about Ireland is it's consistency. Every town comes across the same way, full of Irish culture. Each council uses strict covenants on development to keep the Irish heritage intact. Every town has it's 'Foleys' ...

    Belfast, Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by hfs on Jul 20, 2014

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... It rained, warm and most seem to just ignore it, but the harbour was not visible in the end, and so it was a looking for cover venture, and I ended up sitting on a windowsill ,outside the Post Office with an elderly Dutch lady, who was quite fierce to begin with,not a huge command of English, but we managed, we had a great chat about all manner of things and she was of course lovely ,lived 25 ks from the Amsterdam Port,and on her 29th cruise...so that ...