Knockagh Lodge

236 Upper Road, Carrickfergus, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT38 8RP, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Carrickfergus

Pete and Ren's Wedding

A travel blog entry by kathleenfrost

30/7/30
Spent the day shopping for Pete and Ren's Wedding as the planned outfit had to be axed due to space constrictions. Great lunch at McCracken's pub (no, his first name was not Phil), followed by aa mass reunion with Daly and Ed, Brashley and many others at Knockagh.
31/07/10
Pete and Ren's Wedding.
Great day - thanks Pete and …

CCAR Adventure Race

A travel blog entry by spartanbaz

8

... B32 and I told Simon to tuck in behind for a superfast descent into Carrick. We arrived with minutes to spare to congratulatory high 5's and smiles all round. It was time for some of Joan's soup and sandwiches and a well deserved rest! In the end we finished in 31st position - pretty much exactly our "halfway" aim beforehand so we were happy!

Looking forward to the next race and a top 30 position this time!! I wonder where it will be...
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Ah, Belfast

A travel blog entry by teachervagabond

10

... the super slow ferry takes...there is an island out here that is for sale for 1.5 million pounds. Any takers? The ferry is fabulous, there is a lounge where you can watch the news, there is a theater, a computer center, cafes, pubs, a sauna and massage center, a play room for the kids, and a Stena Plus lounge for the Super Snobs.

I sat at the front of the lounge where I had a bird's eye view of the trip. It was really exciting for about the first ...

A Long Day in Belfast

A travel blog entry by annhobbs

1

... to Rachel Johnston Watterson. Pat wanted to visit and learn about where her mother was born. Her. Other never came back to Ireland after she left. When she left, she had already had a son, out of marriage, named Leo Johnston. Leo eventually left Ireland, went to Canada, where he met his wife Heather. they. Over to San Francisco, and there raised their son Kevin. Leo was prone to drink and wasn't a good person. He passed away a few years ago. Mom is friends still with ...

Castle of the Orangeman

A travel blog entry by joshnadeau

9

Our first stop on our tour of Northern Ireland was Carrickfergus, home of Carrickfergus Castle.

Built by the Normans in the 1100's, it's in pretty good shape today. It passed into English hands in 1210 and was furnished with additional walls and crossbows over the coming centuries.

One figure associated with Carrickfergus castle is William of Orange, one of two claimants of the English throne (he was Protestant while his opponent, James, was Catholic) ...

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This hotel, located on 236 Upper Road, Carrickfergus, is near Carrickfergus Castle, Carrickfergus Marina, St. Nicholas Church, and Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent