Royal Hotel

64-72 Coagh Street, Cookstown, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland, BT80 8NG, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 64-72 Coagh Street, Cookstown, is near Aughnanure Castle, Wellbrook Beetling Mill, and Cookstown Tourist Information Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Cookstown

    Belfast

    A travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

    77 photos

    ... Trip to Belfast is almost a year ago. I remember what an old man said in one of the pubs we've visit. "You must know love, Belfast gives you a lot to think about."

    Phill Collins sang about Belfast: "That's just the way it is, there's nothing I can do." I think it's partly true. You can't forget the old wounds, but hopefully one day they will only become scars and eventually just stories in history books like the Beeldenstorm of my own Dutch history.

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    Wlcm Nthurn Ahlnd

    A travel blog entry by abryan124 on May 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... first world country. Safe to say, we were a little scared after the tour. For dinner, we went to a trendy restaurant called Bourbon's on the Queen where I am shrimp linguine. It sounds fancy but it was the cheapest thing on the menu. The exchange rate is dollars to pounds and we are getting murdered right now so I will have to be cheap till France unfortunately. We had a huge revelation today on the current welfare state in the UK. ...

    Black Taxi in Belfast!

    A travel blog entry by melissaclark on Apr 01, 2014

    9 photos

    ... What a small, small world!! We woke up Sunday morning and ate breakfast, and then joined up with a few other people and took the infamous Black Taxi tour of Belfast! Our chauffeur, Bobby Walsh was quite a character and kept us well entertained as he shared with us the history of Northern Ireland. It's all pretty political and kind of a touchy subject I find, but basically the Catholics consider themselves to be Irish, and the Protestants consider themselves ...

    This is my home for the next nine months..

    A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23 on Sep 20, 2013

    7 photos

    ... now..
    Lesson of the day: When moving to a new city, don't just follow your friends around as they navigate their way through the foreign streets and windy roads. Make sure you figure out how to get around as well. This may seem straight forward to most people, but not to me! I came from the small town of Midland where the streets are numbered as First, Second, Third, Fourth Street, etc going one way, ...

    An educational day of Hope in Northern Ireland!

    A travel blog entry by vacationista on Aug 11, 2013

    1 photo

    ... venue like Jack and Rose- romantic, but also creepy at the same time!

    After a lunch of exciting Chicken McNuggets, I ventured to the City Hall and took photos of the intersting sculptures. I bumped into a firefighter athlete from Hong Kong who recently competed in the world games and posed with me for a photo wearing his medal.

    After lunch, We went to the Giants Causeway - a wonder of the world and truly incredible landscape. The hills were a challenge and very ...