La Mon Hotel & Country Club

Address: 41 Gransha Road, Castlereagh, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT23 5RF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Gaeltacht Quarter area of Castlereagh, is near Stormont Castle, Streamvale Open Dairy Farm, Dundonald International Ice Bowl, and Shandon Park Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Castlereagh

      The northern coast

      A travel blog entry by beachfnatic on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... was off to see Giant's Causeway. It was still pouring ran, so we tightened up our rain jackets and walked the 1 mile road down to the ocean. Once, we got there, we were not disappointed! It was amazing to see!! Once we left, we stopped by a couple game of thrones filming locations. It was so cool to see! Tomorrow the boys are golfing and the gals are doing a high tea and some touring in Belfast City. Should be tons of ...

      Belfast, Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by anita-and-shaun on May 16, 2014

      45 photos

      ... and catholic call themselves Irish so the conflict wasn't because of the religion it was because of the nationality. There is a peace wall dividing the 2 community sides and this is longer, thicker and taller then the Berlin Wall. The wall was first built in 1969 (the concrete section), the second section was built on top in 1994 and the last was built in 2004. It's only a temporary wall until both sides decide that they want the wall down but at 15 metres high and up to 1 metre ...

      Old Wounds, New Walls

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 29, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the dry dock to the water, it became the largest object ever moved by man.

      Once it was put to water it took 3,000 men 10 months to set up the inside - filling in the bedrooms, dinning rooms and entertainment, including the iconic wooden staircase that anyone who has seen the Titanic movie will instantly recognize. The museum had replicas of what many of the rooms would have looked like - from the sumptuous luxury of first class to the austerity endured ...

      The Little Car that could.

      A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 20, 2014

      Awoke around 7, outside getting light earlier. Last night only second time since Dec. saw stars out. Spent time using internet then packed and back to Belfast. Used the M1 dual carriage way, four lane highway.Allowed 120 kmp until Northern Ireland then 100 kmp . The Vauxhaul even though a small economy car handled the road well maintaining speed easily without too much noise. Road clear of traffic , even entering Belfast so made good time and ...

      Northern Ireland!

      A travel blog entry by burkerika on Jul 22, 2013

      65 photos

      ... The H&W lifts are from the company that built the Titanic in that dock. Belfast was an important ship-building site back in the day. Also -- there is a picture of the Titanic Studios. This is where a good portion of Game of Thrones is filmed. They also use the outdoor area near the water as an outdoor location.

      Later that night we had a special guest reading with novelist Glenn Patterson. He was awesome. He spent half of his time telling stories about his ...