Knockagh Lodge

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

    CCAR Adventure Race

    A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Nov 23, 2013

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    ... Road bikes were out of the question... in fact I found myself even carrying the mountain bike, the mud filled troughs were epic - a proper adventure!

    Reaching the south side of the reservoir we came to special task 5 - a shooting game! Simon took the laser gun and my job was to defend him from the two snipers hiding in the woods while we made our way around the short trail. It turns out I suck at defending because Simon was shot ...

    Prague to Dublin to Carrickfergus to Portrush

    A travel blog entry by galgano47 on Jul 25, 2013

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    ... I spot the B&B high up on my right and not accessible from our street other than by steps. There isn't any parking. 50m past the B&B, I take a right into a one way street one street over from the B&B. It leads down to the boat harbour from where we drive up onto a one way street coming back toward our B&B. Success. The hostess informs us that we did really well as most people do three circuits before locating them. Which raises a ...

    Touring Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by pippat on May 01, 2013

    28 photos

    ... and attached the sides and garnishes to the dishes to get maximum height effect, thankfully not missing out on taste.

    On the Tuesday we headed out to the Giant’s Causeway, the incredible honeycomb geological formation which is another of the National Trust’s treasures. It got me thinking about whether I prefer seeing man-made or nature-made features. I think I slightly lean towards nature. My brother and his wife (feels nice to say that!) visited ...

    Belfast - day two

    A travel blog entry by psrive on Jul 31, 2012

    ... and Botanic garden area, Molly May's, a student hangout. Then a walk in the gardens and through a couple of stunning glass houses, One called the tropical ravine, with a deep trench through the middle, like a ravine. Lots of International students, and quite a cosmopolitan feel, in the gardens. We took a tour around the Ulster Museum , next to the Botanic gardens, an ultra modern museum space with some fascinating displays including a history ...

    One Final City

    A travel blog entry by jfinn on Dec 23, 2011

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    The last stop on my world-wind United Kingdom adventure was the city of Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland. Before living in London, i had never heard of Belfast, and i actually knew very little about the country of Northern Ireland, except that it existed. When i thought of Ireland, naturally Dublin was the first thing that popped into my head, so when Natalija told me she wanted to visit Belfast, i didn't really know what to think. Growing up, the only thing ...