Grange Lodge

Address: 7 Grange Rd., Dungannon, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT71 7EJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 7 Grange Rd., Dungannon, is near Peatlands Park, Moygashel Linen Green, Killymaddy Tourist Amenity Centre, and Servite Priory.
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      Travel Blogs from Dungannon

      Father's Day special.

      A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... appeared very tame send quite young. Back roads, scenery change, quite coastal Taranaki, waiteika road, wiremu road, te Kiriish. Investigated Sixmilecross on the way. 3pm arrived An Creagan where we have a delightful wee cottage for 3 nights. Compact kitchen, dining lounge, and upstairs a bedroom ensuite. Perfect. Returned to Sixmilecross down Tulleyneill road past Pat and Maryanne Owens, who is Kevin's fathers 1st cousin, for Guinness and cider in the Whistler! Kevin thought ...

      Glad to leave Belfast

      A travel blog entry by dmyn on Sep 18, 2013

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      ... grassy mounds around one 85 yard grand tomb. The big one covers 1.5 acres and a lot of the big stones had carvings in them of various circles and squiggly lines. We then drove to Trim castle where the movie Braveheart with Mel Gibson was filmed. It's the biggest Norman castle in Ireland. Then it was on to Dublin about 45 min. away. We drove by Croke stadium for pics and to our hotel Bram Stroker to drop off our luggage because it was time to say good by to our wheels ...

      Trim to Belfast

      A travel blog entry by lyndatutty on Sep 05, 2013

      Trim Castle - started in 1100s by the Normans, much is in ruins but the keep (3 level tower in the centre to house The Lord and family is mostly still standing, some restoration but just enough to allow tours. Good guided tour by Sean. Nice walk around the castle and town before the castle opened. After touring the castle this ...

      "Everyone speaks like Emma..."

      A travel blog entry by apoc100 on Feb 20, 2011

      ... Union Jacks lining the streets with the flag depicting the St. George's Cross with the Hand of Ulster in the middle. Furthermore, some of the paving stones were painted red, white and blue to demonstrate a highly Unionist (thus, Protestant) territory.
      We finally found our way to Portstewart and after some strange navigational errors we actually ended up on the street with the two houses on it, arriving in the dark ...

      Ok so I'm back in Ireland but so what!

      A travel blog entry by travelhungryboy on Jul 04, 2010

      ... doesn't get what he orders and for that matter neither do I as I ordered cooked food and instead receive a raw cow! Eventually I decide it's best to eject the half eaten burger from my insides and being so late I go hungry. Moi Ne sucks - stay in Nha Trang! I'm beginning to feel a little less stressed now because next stop is Saigon - final destination for the bike! The ride turns out to be a bit of an adventure itself. As usual ...