Seagoe Hotel

22 Upper Church Lane, Portadown, County Armagh, Northern Ireland, GT63 5JE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Portadown

Northern Ireland...Nailed It!!!

A travel blog entry by sasmartin

2
13

... and the Botanic Gardens, then had breakfast at a lovely little cafe called Cafe Renoir. We walked up into the city centre and visited the St. George's Market. What a quirky little place that was. We decided to visit the Belfast Welcome Centre to get more information about the city and buy tour tickets. The lady there was so helpful and gave us lots of information (most of which was slightly incorrect, haha). We walked so much, about two kilometres each way into town (we did ...

Bus ride into a war zone

A travel blog entry by pippat

8


The eve of the wedding, after an
eye-wateringly cold jog towards Bangor listening to Billy Bragg's 'The Great
Leap Forward’ my Czech cousins Lala, Jitka and their girls Alice and Hedwiga
and I drove to Belfast to do the open top bus tour and the Titanic museum
before meeting Mart and Lou for dinner at the most bombed hotel in Europe; the
Europa.

This and other interesting facts I learnt
on the bus tour. Not ...

Belfast and beyond

A travel blog entry by claireandnathan

1

In the word of Macaulay Culkin "this is it don't get scared now!!!" This is it alright. Currently sitting at The George Best Airport enjoying the last bit of home food in the form of O'Briens. Nathan as always orders a triple decker which I'm sure they love making the most, not. The months of planning, saving, booking, organising have all have been for this moment and it has arrived. We've done more checking than ya hear in a bingo hall lol. Looks like checking is gonna be a big ...

"The Troubles" - Belfast Style

A travel blog entry by epicurist

79

... III of Orange and his 36,000 men. This pivotal battle ended on July 12, 1690. James II fled back to France and abandoned the Irish who then referred to him as "James da ****".

Following this war, the ruling English adopted the Penal Laws. Catholics were unable to "vote, hold office, buy land, join the army, play the harp, or even own a horse worth more than 5 pounds." (Rick Steves, Ireland). Gaelic was not to be ...

Beers and bands

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee

1
10

... hotel, I was once again pulled off course by the sound of music coming from another exquisitely ornate pub, The Duke of York. Outside, in the alley, a small band played. With nothing else to do and nowhere else to be, I decided to get me another pint of Guinness and pull up a perch and watch the band play.

Once again, my iPhone rescued me from myself, this time by means of a ...

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Location

This hotel, located on 22 Upper Church Lane, Portadown, is near Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens, Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island Tourist Information Centre, and Moneypenny's Lock.
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