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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      The Titanic Experience

      A travel blog entry by dianehess on Aug 07, 2013

      Off at 9 am to Belfast by Train. Mitch and Austin wanted to stay and sleep in. Off we went! 2 hour train to Belfast. More beautiful country. Sorry no posted pics as I never brought iPad. The titanic exhibit is huge and quite detailed. Easy 3 hours to check out....so many people! Ed is in awe! Found a very interesting pub ...

      Belfast

      A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Feb 01, 2013

      168 photos

      ... subsided. We stopped for a photo opportunity at Carrickfergus Castle before beginning a long winding drive along the Antrim Coast. Normally I sleep on bus journeys but the views along the coast were too beautiful to miss.

      We visited the famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge which was perched on a cliff side. I would be lying if I said I wasn’t ******** myself at the prospect of crossing a rickety old bridge. It seems the older I get the more fearful I am, and crossing ...

      "The Troubles" - Belfast Style

      A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 06, 2012

      79 photos

      ... who fought in WWI - identified by the color of their uniforms) inflicted much abuse on the Irish. In 1920, Ireland was divided into the Irish Free State (26 counties consisting of the Catholic majority) and Northern Ireland (6 counties with majorities consisting of Protestants and Unionists). The majority in the six counties in the North wanted to remain part of Britain.

      This compromise lead to the Irish Civil War. ...

      Beers and bands

      A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Jul 03, 2011

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... most beautiful pub in Belfast - for a pint of Guinness. I claimed a snug all to myself, feeling a little guilty about depriving couples and larger groups who were better able to fill it, but doing in all the same. My iPhone and a good internet connection helped keep me company as I enjoyed my pint and the intricacies of the design and grandeur of this magnificent pub.

      As I ...

      The Mourne Mountains

      A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Nov 15, 2010

      53 photos

      ... br>
      We sat on top of Slieve Donard for about an hour eating our food, petting enthusiastic dogs and chatting with a group of Irish men. It always excites me to see how many groups of older men and women there are hiking along with me to the top of the earth. Most of them seem to be in better shape than I am! They may not know it, but they provide something for me to look up to.

      In the distance I was able to see a dim dark haze spreading across ...