Moorbrook Lodge Country House

46 Glebe Road, Castlerock, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT51 4SW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 46 Glebe Road, Castlerock, is near Portstewart Golf Club, Mussenden Temple, Castlerock Golf Club, and Hezlett House.
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Travel Blogs from Castlerock


A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 11, 2014

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... her niece Brenda who is the receptionist. She wanted us to stay on other night - on her! She wanted us to stay for soup etc, but they were soooo busy, a wedding, then meal booking coming in all the time, she never turned a single one down -"ask them if they'd like a private room with a round table - a booking for 13! amd we have bookings made. Her grandfather Jamie McGovern (married to Sussan) died 29yrs. We think he is a brother to Nanny. She ...


A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 10, 2014

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Kev cooked breakfast while I showered, then he tidied kitchen while I repacked bags. 9am on the road to Cookstown. We had a 10 am appointment with Mary McGovern and her sister Rose McCabe, they actually live in the country at Moneymore. (Kevin's mothers 1st cousins). We struggled to find Mary's home (the GPS lacks service at theirs) and called in on some folk we saw, who believe it or not was Maree and her husband Paul ...

Legen...wait for it...dary

A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 09, 2014

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... renamed Derry within the recent past, but people were debating over completely renaming it. One of the contenders was LegenDERRY. Haha, get it? Legendary. This is the oldest Irish city with a wall, as well at the only one that was never breached in it's high times. Therefore, it was also called the maiden city. We walked the top of the wall and heard a bit of the history of the city as well as the civil unrest in the recent past. We also learned of Bloody Sunday where the ...

The Nine Glens of Antrim

A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 30, 2014

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... photo stop at the Castle, which suited me quite fine as it was not a particularly exciting one. What was cool, was the way that the castle was decorated. While there was not much to see inside, the outer wall was decorated with a few banners and wooden musketeers, pointing their muskets down at unsuspecting tourists. This gave the seaside fortification a bit more realism, but more could definitely be done to make the most of this potential tourist attraction.


A travel blog entry by deldrid68 on May 16, 2013

... and I must respect them for that. The Bloody Sunday Museum was very interesting as it held many artifacts that were from Bloody Sunday. The most memorable artifact from the museum to me though, was the Civil Rights Protest banner. It was in great shape for what it had been through, it to me is an artifact that dates back to a time in which Catholics and Protestants ...