Killycolp House

Address: 21 Killycolp Road, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT80 9AD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21 Killycolp Road, Cookstown, is near Aughnanure Castle, Dungannon Park, Wellbrook Beetling Mill, and Cookstown Tourist Information Centre.
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    A travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

    77 photos

    ... lost their land to the English nobility.

    Throughout the whole year marches are being held in Northen-Ireland. And especially the Orange march on the twelfth of July causes the tension between the two groups to increase. The Protestants remember the battle of Boyne on this day. At this battle in 1690 the protestant king and governor Willem III conquered his Catholic father in law James II. The protestants see the twelfth as a celibration of their beliefs ...

    The ship that sank..

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 14, 2014

    ... sinking.
    Titanic has always fascinated me. Ever since I woke up during the floating dead bodies scene when I was 8. Scarred me for a while.
    It was so good to see and get to know the beautiful ship properly. Well as much as I am ever going to. Going down to see her is banned now, and even if it wasn’t I wouldn’t manage that without a LOT of money that I don’t have.
    (P.s – just ...

    A taste of Northern Ireland (G writer today)

    A travel blog entry by tanyaboyer on May 16, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... a Cruise Liner in a few weeks. Did you know Belfast has it's own leaning Tower, it's a clock tower that leans some four foot after it's footings dropped many years ago. It's since been secured and still stands proudly as the Albert Memorial clock tower. Bittles Bar as seen in the photo is one of the more unique bars because of its triangular shape, although I'm sure many an Irish man has left in many a different shape from here. As we travel we learn much ...

    Hello again!

    A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst on Feb 15, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... great Famine in Ireland were put in this prison. The government of Ireland used the prison as a solution for the large amount of beggars wandering on the streets of Ireland (mid-19th century) due to the Great Famine. Beggars had to be cleared off the streets. Although, a beggar got some food in the cell, so they saw it as a means of survival. Moreover, A small hanging cell was also built in the prison and a ...

    What a Game.. What a day!!!

    A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 14, 2013

    82 photos

    ... exchanged a hug or two and said our goodbyes. We found out they are currently doing a VBS at the church this week, and we are hoping to stop by Thursday night before we leave. It is good to know that God takes care of all of us, and we are thankful we got to be apart of their walk and they will forever be a part of ours and in our hearts and prayers.
    After we left the shop, we again had little to do, and decided to look for a park we passed the other ...