Royal Hotel

Address: 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 sgillies on Apr 22, 2015

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    ... We went into one pub, called the Crown Bar. It is the oldest Pub in Belfast. It still has gas lamps inside. Very ornately decorated as well. When we visited the Titanic Experience, Rory, the guy who took our money, recommended a couple of restaurants and tours to do. Tonight we went to one of the restaurants he recommended - Molly's Yard. For the last ten years they've made the Michelin Recommended list. Delicious ...

    Belfast is Ireland's second largest city

    A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 18, 2014

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    I totally believe in fairies

    A travel blog entry by akhuff8 on Aug 26, 2014

    ... the others' well-being. Sheep with spots of green and blue and red painted on them, so the farmers don't get them confused with their neighbors'. We then went on a little hike up to Dundrum Castle. As I stand in the middle of the ruins, I can't help but let my mind get whisked away in thoughts of who lived there. What if my ancestors were Celtic lords and ladies? I let my mind wander and produce an incredible story of war, love, and prosperity. Such ...

    The ship that sank..

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 14, 2014

    ... sinking.
    Titanic has always fascinated me. Ever since I woke up during the floating dead bodies scene when I was 8. Scarred me for a while.
    It was so good to see and get to know the beautiful ship properly. Well as much as I am ever going to. Going down to see her is banned now, and even if it wasn’t I wouldn’t manage that without a LOT of money that I don’t have.
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    Beautiful Belfast

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... Armada that the roots of today's conflict were sewn in earnest. Queen Elizabeth (the original) appreciated how narrowly England had escaped the Spanish threat, and was eager to tie up any Catholic loose ends close to home. She therefore began the process of attempted to Anglicize the island, and convert it to the Protestant faith. King James, the next king, first allowed the settlement of Ireland by British settlers in 1603. These settlers, from England and Scotland, set ...