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

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

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... during the spring equinox. I wish I could tell you I felt that eerie sense of place I get when I've walked into one of these ancient sacred sites. Unfortunately what I felt was cold. Maybe its not on a leyline, or maybe it was just really cold. After the stone circle I made my way back I to town and decided to check out "The Mound of Down." Guess what...its a really big mound. It is a circular earth wall with a big ditch around it. The experts don't actually know what it is for, it ...

Day 15. Kingscourt to Drogheda

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

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... This place was of particular interest to me because the Furphys have been traced back to a John Furphy who fought with William's army at the Battle of the Boyne. So after the short tour I wandered across the fields where the battle took place. Maybe I walked in the footsteps of John Furphy. I'd like to think so. Back on the bus and a 15 minute drive to Drogheda. We had 2 hours free to have lunch and ...

Pottery and seafood

A travel blog entry by cemewa on Oct 12, 2013

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... or grey or granite.

And small towns don't have hotels or pubs or cute guest houses. In fact they have nowhere to stay at all.

There is little overt sign of the troubles but clearly in some places feelings still run high with Union Jacks flying proudly with Unionist. And in others the Orange and Green is ubiquitous

The usual author has just discovered I'm including notations. I won't repeat the ...

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!