46 Bryansford Gardens, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0EQ, United Kingdom | Hotel

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Touring Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by pippat


... ago and there was no slick visitors centre and gallery sized souvenir store where I bought shamrock lollypops for the kids and was weighing up on a bag of ‘Finn McCool’s flump’ which was not a length of his rolled up intestine but a pink coil of marshmallow.

A suggestion would be to have two different audio guides; one for serious geologists like my Dad and one for literary people like myself who prefer the mythological explanation of the formation ...

Belfast - day two

A travel blog entry by psrive

... wall dividing the protestant Shankill area and the Catholic Fall's road area with its gates which are open a the beginning and end of the day , is a constant reminder of the ongoing nature of tensions. We've had not so bad weather this morning , however it has become very wet as the day has progressed. We had intended going into the Cathedral quarter this evening but have decided instead to stay put, maybe watch some tv and catch up on ...

One Final City

A travel blog entry by jfinn


... opening myself up to new things, and really trying to experience and learn about as many different cultures as possible. So, really, why not go to Northern Ireland?

Unfortunately, by the time we arrived to Belfast at 11pm on Tuesday night, Natalija and I were both mentally and physically exhausted, as well as sick. So in hindsight, we both probably didn't give Belfast a fair shot.

The city itself isn't very beautiful. It has a gorgeous city hall that ...

A long way to go for a rugby game.....

A travel blog entry by laceys.log


... head-height. Above the bar there’s a row of letters and I’m guessing they lit up or had a bell in them to summon the waiters. You can book the booths and there was a steady stream of people coming in, it’s a popular place for the novelty of the service, and just for normal meals and drinks.

Andy and Pete were keen to watch the Leinster/Toulouse rugby so we went to the bar across the road and they found a very ...

The Mourne Mountains

A travel blog entry by steveandkat


... This wall is 22 miles long and reaches the tops of 15 different mountain tops within the Mourne Mountains. Making stone walls to divide land has been a part of the Irish history for many many years. You really can't travel anywhere without seeing large green fields lined with walls of white and gray stone. It used to be tradition for families to divide what land they owned into several piece for their children to start their own families on. Since ...


This hotel, located on 46 Bryansford Gardens, Newcastle, is near Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, Slieve Donard Spa, and Newcastle Tourist Information Centre.
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