Iona Farmhouse

Address: 161 Newcastle Road, Kilkeel, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 4NN, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

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

    Another country - almost. Another ferry!

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 09, 2014

    ... to form the Mulberry Harbour. So interesting to complete the chain of information via panels in the waiting hall.

    We had a very smooth 2 hour crossing to Belfast. Decided not to try to "see" Belfast so drove through the city, past City Hall and out the east side to a camp on a farm at Craigavon, not far from Lough Neagh, largest lake in Europe after Lake ...

    Downpatrick - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 21, 2014

    8 photos

    ... that could fit one or two cars but no more. Clearly the good folks of Down are not keen to glorify their pagan ancestors. From the laneway I walked down a long pathway which had stone walls on either side and tree/viney things growing out of them. The tree/viney things form a sort of arch over the pathway, very creepy. Oh and there were thorns to snag my clothes as well, you cant have a creepy pathway without thorns. At least it offered some shelter from the wind and rain. Finally ...

    Day 15. Kingscourt to Drogheda

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

    11 photos

    ... Therefore most of the rest of Europe were behind William. The King of France told James to go to Ireland and enter Britain by the back door and reclaim his throne. So William also went to Ireland to stop this happening. Both sides had soldiers from many nations. They also recruited the local Irish, James, Catholics from the south and William, Protestants from the north. They met at the Boyne River and William ...

    Shocked back to reality

    A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 20, 2013

    20 photos

    ... through muddy pools without really knowing in which direction to go!! But the trip was well worth it and if I had to choose I will go there again!.

    At Crookhaven we found a little shop selling the most delicious scones and then we have to move on to get to Killarney.

    I have made a big mistake in our planning, but you never know what places would be like when you sit in ...

    Adventure into the Past

    A travel blog entry by sraffel on Feb 23, 2012

    18 photos

    ... a cross configuration with stone basins where human remains and offerings were found, but no one really knows what the tombs were used for. There are carvings on the stone, but they are all abstract and geometric (mostly spirals and lozenges).

    I'm really glad I had a chance to see it, and we even got a little bonus tour of the sites of the Battle of the Boyne. We asked our cab driver to take us past the site, and he was so knowledgeable, he ...