Harbour House Inn

4 South Promenade, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 OEX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by lishinlondon


... and visited and antique/craft market before making my way back to the airport.

After one bus, one plane, one train and one tube I finally made it back home to Golders Green where I could hear my pillow calling my name.

I saw enough of Belfast to experience it properly and while it was nice I feel saw enough of it to not feel the need to go back. I enjoyed my long weekend there but what made the biggest impression on me was not the cities sights but the passion of its ...

To Saint Patrick's County - Downpatrick for Visits

A travel blog entry by annhobbs

... 11:45 and would she be back. Rosanna thought yes. Well, I drove over and no mom. No mom till 12:30. Not sure what she was thinking cause she was funny when I said we were very late. So we started off. Again, I did not think, but mom didn't have her address book with here, not prepared and I didn't check on everything we needed for the visit. So after we got to Downpatrick mom was confused and I drove out the road to Saul. Saul is where Mom's cousins Pat and Lily Ritchie ...

Belfast...in the lead up to the annual riots!

A travel blog entry by lisa-phin


... wall is covered with a mural spouting protestant views. There are memorials for people who died 'fighting for the cause' another of a gunman who no matter where you are standing, is pointing the rifle at you. It is quite bizarre. The streets are lined with union jacks and curbs painted red, white and blue to show their british allegiance. We then drove to their 'berlin wall'. There is a wall that would be 10 metres high which serves as the dividing line between the ...

Day 3/Ulster Scots Introduction Day

A travel blog entry by wolfa


... the rest of the group and Tim. We walked along the "boardwalk" and got to see some beautiful sites.We plan on climbing the mountain one day. Scary but amazing. Then we headed back to the house where we have built a fire and are chatting about the Irish government over tea.

We now plan on taking a walk to the top of a mini mountain and finishing the night off early. Our jetlag and nights of drinking has taken a tool on us. More ...

Portrush to Belfast

A travel blog entry by ronandbarb


... host asked us what are plans were and we mentioned that we had discussed taking the taxi tours that cover “The Troubles” in the Catholic and Protestant Neighborhoods. He knew a guy who gives a good tour and gave him a call. By 11:00 we were on tour in an old Black English Cab. These cabs originated over 40 years ago at the beginning of “The Troubles” when locals would hijack city buses and use them as barricades in the street. ...

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This hotel, located on 4 South Promenade, Newcastle, is near Soak Seaweed Baths, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, and Newcastle Tourist Information Centre.
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