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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      History of the troubles

      A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Jun 23, 2014

      2 comments, 15 photos

      ... to keep out. Flags identifying the Protestant areas, there is still tension on the streets with violence still occurring. Gates are shut between 7pm and 7am to keep vehicles out of the area. In one area the gates are closed Friday evening until Monday morning. So the troubles are still there. Thanks to my darling husband for taking me to this very safe place (I say sarcastically). Happy to get out of this ...

      Race day 2 !!

      A travel blog entry by robinstride on May 10, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and impression, especially Belfast. A modern very clean (and to the visitors point of view) very welcoming and safe. I am eager to re-visit, hire a car and travel around the northern coast via the giants causeway and coastal road.... The Irish welcome is amazing, everyone eager just to talk and say hello... Not experienced that for a long time anywhere... I shall be back (with Donna next time ...

      Beautiful Belfast

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... see, the roots of the conflict are entirely political, with religion acting as a convenient label for observers.

      In 1921, following a bunch of politics that I'm sure I will become well-acquainted with when I visit the south later this week, Ireland was partitioned, with the South become the Independent Republic of Ireland and the North remaining within the UK. The modern Troubles in Northern Ireland would begin much later, in 1968, and claim the lives of ...


      A travel blog entry by rnb2013 on Aug 27, 2013

      26 photos

      ... victims. They took us down Bombay St where a church used to hold peace talks. The UVW tried to burn it and kill the priest but the community stopped it so in return the UVW burned down there houses. When we went to the Protestant side their were very few memorials instead they had a shrine of a young man wearing thick jewellery and a hat. He had killed over 90 innocent men, women and children yet their was a whole wall painting off him with flowers beneath. ...

      Where the Mitchells came from

      A travel blog entry by judy59 on May 18, 2013

      2 photos

      ... though it was pouring cats and dogs once we got up into northern Ireland. We had a toll road to pass through and the girl taking our money just as she did the computer she uses jammed and she had to reset with the main office. While chatting she said "God made time and there is plenty of it" and that has been the start of the quirky way the Irish say things. Meet with Alwyn and we followed him the rest of the way ...