Enniskeen Country House Hotel

Address: 98, Bryansford Road, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0LF, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 98, Bryansford Road, Newcastle, is near Tollymore Forest Park, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, and Slieve Donard Spa.
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      Preparation & Perspiration

      A travel blog entry by two_in_a_tent on Sep 25, 2013

      8 comments, 1 photo

      Planning for our New Zealand trip has, unsurprisingly, become all-consuming. There is so much to read about, I could finish work now and make a full-time job out of planning our adventure for the next five weeks. Just over a month, that's all it is until we board a plane to the southern hemisphere! A few weeks ago my anxiety levels were through the roof but finally excitement has won out and the apprehension is at a manageable level. Steve ...

      Highlands, Lowlands & the Land of the Leprechauns

      A travel blog entry by binky89 on Apr 24, 2013

      ... to appreciate the size of the Titanic until you stand in this dock. To highlight the size, our enthusiastic guide Helen, showed us the famous photo of the ship (the one on the front cover of the movie) and where it was taken from, absolutely incredible. The most awe inspiring thing was that the whole thing was built by hand...no machines...just elbow grease. As our guide wanted us to tell the world..."There was nothing wrong with her when she left ...

      The Belfast "Peace Wall"

      A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 22, 2012

      63 photos

      ... things. It seems easy to judge things and look at them from afar, but it is so much different and real when you actually see it first-hand. A Belfast visit is essential for anyone coming to Ireland if they’ve got the time. It really gives you an appreciation for what we have in America and puts a lot into perspective. When people ***** and complain about their living situations, tell them to realize that it could be a lot worse, and they should appreciate that which they ...

      B is for Belfast

      A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Sep 19, 2011

      ... checked out a very lame rope bridge that fisherman use to bring in fish from some small island.

      We eventually got back to the hostel and Bart and I cooked a BBQ for all the people staying there which was a massive hit. Then spent the rest of the night playing drinking games like fingers and flip cup with some cool canadian girls. Fun times.

      then it was sleep, get up, pack, breakfast and a rush to the bus station to get the bus to Dublin.

      Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by davidmuise on Dec 05, 2010

      6 photos

      ... We got to the causeway in time for lunch where we enjoyed Steak and Guiness Pie.
      The last stop was in Londonderry or Derry, depending on your religion, where we heard a brief history of "The Troubles" and Bloody Sunday. I didn't get any pictures because busses are not permitted to stop ...