Iona Farmhouse

161 Newcastle Road, Kilkeel, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 4NN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 161 Newcastle Road, Kilkeel, is near Cranfield Beach, Mourne Mountains, Silent Valley Mountain Park, and Narrow Water Castle.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilkeel

    Learned about St Patrick

    A travel blog entry by amyc94 on Aug 10, 2014

    ... sure because people have been buried there for so long it's hard to know for sure. After that we went to the St Patrick Center and watched a movie about his life and what he did for the country. Kind of interesting. On our way to Dublin now... Will be havin some good craic tonight and takin the **** out of the guide & driver. ...


    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Aug 07, 2014

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    We motored for 10.5 hours against the breeze in a lumpy sea. It was an uncomfortable ride and no one ate much for lunch.

    Carlingford (the town) is a 15 minute walk from the marina, but I was nursing a sore knee so I stayed in board.

    The Mourne Mountains to the North have some great walking, but we are just here for the night.


    Day 15. Kingscourt to Drogheda

    A travel blog entry by laurel.furphy on May 30, 2014

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    Well our last day on tour and we are going to spend only one hour on the bus. It was only 45 minutes from Kingscourt to the small town where the Battle of the Boyne took place in 1690. This battle was fought between the Protestant King William of Orange King of England and his father in law the former Catholic King of England, King James. James was supported by the King of France who had plans to greatly extend ...

    A beautiful afternoon walk

    A travel blog entry by iamspirited on Nov 09, 2013

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    ... with the destination in mind - a great panoramic view of the Irish Sea. I was the last in line on the path - falling further and further behind with every picture or pause to enjoy the scenery. Thankfully, Michael stayed back with me and guided me along the winding narrow path at my leisurely pace. We concluded the walk around the Port Oriel pier where there were a few seals mulling about the water. It was beautiful and ...

    Day 5/ First Day of Ulster Scots

    A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 07, 2011

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    ... Picalo, and drunks). It was mostly families of different generations and neighboors coming toether for one passion. They were soo good. I couldnt wipe the smile off my face. It was undescribable. The center is also great because they have a learning program for the youth that begins with children as early as 6 where they teach them music. Crazy how the USA is cutting all ...