Dunadry Hotel

Address: 2 Islandreagh Drive, Dunadry, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT41 2HA, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2 Islandreagh Drive, Dunadry, is near Patterson's Spade Mill and Lough Neagh.
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    Blown away … by wind & history

    A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Aug 03, 2015

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    ... and recovering. Then we decided to go for a bit of a drive, heading into Belfast to make sure that we knew exactly where to go to catch our ferry in the morning and how long it would take. How organised are we?? Yes, I’m impressed too.

    While in the city we went for a bit of a drive through West Belfast, more specifically the area that is well known for highlighting 'The Troubles’ of Northern Ireland and where you can see a ...

    Castles, Cliffs and Coastline

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Aug 01, 2015

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    ... 2 kilometres to the causeway and back without getting wet. The "causeway" itself is an example of tessellated rocks formed by volcanic activity, where the rocks cool to form column-like structures that in places look like a paved road or causeway. Ancient tales suggest the causeway was built by giants; linking Ireland and Scotland because giants don't like getting their feet wet. Our next stop for the day was only a short drive away in a town called Bushmills, famous for ...

    The "Troubles"

    A travel blog entry by penmather on Nov 26, 2014

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    ... to the time of kings & queens on pretty horses, Empires and more power & pride than common sense. Within Belfast itself, a battle between the Catholics and the Protestants waged for many years dating back to the 1960's but strong undertones throughout the city and the faces of its people show the conflict continues today and is very real despite attempts to appear peaceful. Mum and I ...

    Volcanic Cruise Day 13

    A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 18, 2014

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    ... largest transoceanic liner of its time at the former Harland & Wolff shipyards. Strange indeed as Belfast has no natural resources, shallow rivers and harbours until some forefathers decided to dredge both and build shipyards. The joke is nobody told them they could not do it! And nobody ever heard of Belfast, nor cared about it, prior to the sinking of the Titanic. They also built a larger ship called the Oceana (I think) which stayed in ...


    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 13, 2014

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    ... note, Lydia (friend who is from Tassie who crashed on my floor when she arrived in London) came to visit for two days to Belfast. If I remember correctly, it was a cider infused decision, but a wise one none the less…from when I was in London in April.
    Her midday arrival meant I had time to bug the information centre about all sorts before she came, which was very useful.
    We did a tour of the City Hall basically as soon as she ...