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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      Belfast

      A travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

      77 photos

      ... lies 120m above sea level.
      The garden is a cat's garden (no dogs allowed). The lady of the castle loved her cats. That's why 9 of them are hidden around the castle. An ideal activity for children while you sit back and enjoy your few. I found the ninth cat with a little help of a nice young girl.

      Belfast Castle lies in Cavehill Park where you can also find the famous Napoleon's Nose. You can see this 300m high cliff from almost every street in ...

      Giant's Causeway, Donegal and Derry

      A travel blog entry by caroline_cook27 on May 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... waiter was a bit forgotful which wasn't too handy!

      Day 3 - We drove out West from Belfast and stopped off at Oxford Island to get a view of Lough Neagh before continuing on to Enniskillen. All the shops, attractions and most of the cafés there were closed due to it being a Sunday which was annoying!

      We stopped off at a small castle for a wander round before going on to Donegal. Once there we went to a cafe overlooking the water for our lunch ...

      Belfast take 2

      A travel blog entry by katetahls on Apr 17, 2014

      47 photos

      ... and the Protestant community in Northern Ireland. The British governments forces were neutral in the conflict, to uphold the law and order in Northern Ireland. Paddy took us first to the Peace line which was built in 1969 after the outbreak of the 1969 Northern Ireland riots to separate the Catholics and Protestants, it is still there today. Even the factories had separate Catholic and Protestant doors for entry and exit, which ...

      Let's talk about Nick..

      A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23 on Feb 20, 2014

      6 photos

      ... shake. No problem - to the kitchen I went. Wait! Problem! Turns out the party was pretty big in my kitchen! But it was too late for me. When I opened the door, my kitchen was packed full of international students. I couldn't just turn around and head back to my room now. Plus, I was hungry! So I made my way to the sink, trying to squeeze by people without anyone noticing who I was (not that many people knew me at this point). All I had ...

      A Ferry and a Bus in the same day !!!

      A travel blog entry by janetanne on Sep 12, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... the tour guides tell you it's all good now I still get the feeling it wouldn't take much for things to erupt. It was the centre for the Irish linen industry, tobacco production, rope-making and shipbuilding: the city's main shipbuilders, Harland and Wolff which built the well-known Titanic propelled Belfast on to the global stage in the early 20th century as the biggest and most productive shipyard in the world. Everything here seems to be built in red ...