Kilmorey Arms Hotel

Address: 41 Greencastle St., Kilkeel, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 4BH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 41 Greencastle St., Kilkeel, is near Cranfield Beach, Silent Valley Mountain Park, Narrow Water Castle, and Nautilus Centre.
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      Travel Blogs from Kilkeel

      Downpatrick - Day 1

      A travel blog entry by t.bird on Oct 20, 2014

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      ... nieces and nephews will get a kick out of that symmetry. The museum boasts exhibits representing the last 9000 years of history. Although to be honest the first one was about geology (snooze) it was interesting but it didn't really grab me. They had timelines running through the centuries showing major events in Ireland's (mainly northern Ireland) history. Maybe that was the problem. Brief mentions of events without ...

      Stop by the Sea

      A travel blog entry by nlegere on May 31, 2014

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      Day 7; Stop 1; Carlingford, Ireland In between Belfast and Dublin, this little town by the sea was a gorgeous place to stop and move around after sitting all morning. Hills leading directly down to the light blue water, little cottages lining the roads, and the remains of a castle on top of a hill made Carlingford a very unique Irish village destined to ...

      Day 15. Kingscourt to Drogheda

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

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      ... before our last walking tour. Drogheda is a very old place, as relics have been found from 7000 years ago. The city walls were built in the 1200's, but only a small section and a gateway remains. We only saw a couple of other things before finishing at St Peters Cathedral a very nice church. By now it was about 3.00 so we did some window shopping. Heading back to the hotel we noticed that the traffic had stopped ...

      Shocked back to reality

      A travel blog entry by karliengossross on Mar 20, 2013

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      ... northern tip of the Mizen Peninsula and overlooks the Atlantic Ocean to the one side and a lake to the other.

      Build in the beginning of the 1200 it has tree towers in the Norman style. The towers are connected and it is built by the dry stone method (thus without using any mortar!). To get to this castle we had to stop at the gate of a private farm and walk over hills where ...

      Adventure into the Past

      A travel blog entry by sraffel on Feb 23, 2012

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      ... whole time about Drogheda and showed us where each army was positioned in the valley. He was quite proud of Drogheda and, in the tradition of Irish cab drivers, very friendly. Apparently there's an Irish pub in NYC on 13th and 3rd, and if we tell his son we were in Drogheda he will "take care" of us.

      We headed back to Connelly Station in Dublin and walked a bit around City Centre, then headed home to celebrate Costanza's birthday!


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