Greenmount Lodge

Address: 58 Greenmount Rd, Gortaclare, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT79 0QU, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 58 Greenmount Rd, Gortaclare.
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    Travel Blogs from Gortaclare

    Visiting a castle in Monaghan County

    A travel blog entry by chinjey_19 on May 23, 2015

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    ... br> she insisted and she spoke with the reception. So we entered in the
    castle but we were very intimidated because all the poeple looked us
    weirdly but we had the opportunity to see the dining room of the king
    and the garden . We took pictures and came back home. It was a
    funny day ...

    Irish PUB

    A travel blog entry by chinjey_19 on May 22, 2015

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    ... girl, who takes Irish dance lessons
    danced for us .We didn't appreciate this dance . It wasn't
    so special or extraordinary for our generation . Then we
    listened to two irish singers . For us the best moment was when
    four students of the other classe sung . Anyway the rest was great

    Day nine

    A travel blog entry by robbie.porter on May 17, 2015

    34 photos

    ... new world might have looked like. When we exited we were in the New World. About this time we were out of time and my phone battery was warning me that it needed a charge. So we were headed for a trail back to the gift shop/gathering place to board the coach for the ride back to the hotel. We missed seeing the buildings from the frontier and Pennsylvania that the Mellon family had shipped to the park. Back at the hotel, it is raining. Dinner was ...


    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 14, 2014

    21 photos

    ... Viscount as he opens his home for weddings, tours and TV filming in a determined bid to keep the castle for the Crichtons. We really enjoyed the tour and the company of others taking part. There were only about a dozen of us on the cruise back as the rest wanted or had to get home (one man was concerned about his dog - he could die!!?). We never got to our car until 7.15pm. Then we wanted to see the route of the midnight walk in daylight. The car recorded 5.7kms We loved our days in ...

    Peace and Quiet and Sleeping till noon....

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 05, 2014

    18 photos

    ... center city. Derry has an interesting history, founded in 546 by St. Colm Cille, by the 12th century the settlement was a monastic beacon and an English royal stronghold. This city has always had some version of 'derry' in its many (over 50) names. It wasn't until 1613 when London was added to acknowledge the support of the City of London companies. The walls around this city were built from 1614 to 1618 and St. Columb's Cathedral was built between 1628 and 1633. The walls are 1.5 ...