Havine Farm

Address: 51 Ballydonnell Road, Downpatrick, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 8EP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 51 Ballydonnell Road, Downpatrick, is near Downpatrick Railway Museum, The Saint Patrick Centre, St. Patrick Heritage Centre/Down County Museum, and Ballynoe Stone Circle.
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Travel Blogs from Downpatrick

The day we went to Bangor - take two

A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 06, 2014

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... know what the way back was like). Still amazes us that you can take your dog with you anywhere in Ireland and Northern Ireland and even England and Wales. They can stay in your hotel room, go sightseeing, go on trains and buses....(Bron, I know what you are thinking!). Back on the road again and we were following the tourist coast road again onto the Carrick-a-ride rope bridge. This was a huge downhill walk including two lots of stairs and all I could think ...


A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Aug 27, 2013

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... they were from Dubbo and were wearing the shirts everyday to promote Dubbo. We then drove onto Killarney and found Ross Castle in the heart of Killarney National Park. The weather was perfect and the landscaped, again, spectacular. We walked and admired the lakes, fields, mountains and wildlife. It's not what we expected of Ireland, yes we knew it would be green and lush but to be like a rain Forrest in parts was not what I was expecting. It was so lovely ...

Chasing the Drink Around Belfast

A travel blog entry by tmm on May 05, 2013

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... a mixture of cheap wine and caffeine, certainly did the trick when you were looking for a good buzz.) A big South African rugby player called Leo stood in the kitchen stirring a large pot and insisted on dishing us up some of his homemade Thai curry after our long journey. And oh my goodness was it ever good! Another guy called Rich who worked at the hostel told us to go freshen up an join them for a night on the town. So, we did as we were told. Way to make us feel ...

Belfast and The Giant's Causeway

A travel blog entry by chalmersfamily on Aug 09, 2012

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... for a drink and snack and then headed into the Visitor’s Centre. This really is most impressive, being built into the hill so that you hardly notice it amongst the glory of the scenery. We had a lovely time walking along the causeway with our headphone guides telling us all about the Irish folklore associated with the area, as well as the actual scientific explanation of the formation. Slowly cooling ...

13 hours of traveling...

A travel blog entry by amy.harrison on Apr 05, 2012

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... atrocious. Once in Belfast, we started to panic a bit because we realized that our couch host we had lined up for Edinburgh never got back to us. We figured out which bus to take from there to get to the airport and then we flew to Edinburgh, Scotland. From the Edinburgh airport we took another bus to the city centre and we arrived around 20:00. It was dark and rainy and we had ...

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