The Bushtown Hotel

283 Drumcroone Rd, Coleraine, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT51 3QT, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 283 Drumcroone Rd, Coleraine, is near Portstewart Golf Club, Mussenden Temple, Castlerock Golf Club, and Coleraine Tourist Information Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Coleraine

    DERRY /DUNFANAGHY.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... more info from her sister.
    We left Derry around 1.30pm.
    At Strabane before crossing the Liffey into the Republic, we saw these amazing 4mtre high s/s and bronze figures. They were gorgeous! Look at the size of Kevin with them! See pics.
    You know you're in the Republic, the miles become kms, the road signs are in irish and English, and petrol/diesel prices are in Euros.
    Fascinated with the styles of traffic on the road here ...

    MONEYMORE - McGLINCHEY/McGOVERN

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... to be on the road again by 2pm to see a bit of Londonderry but we were absolutely, positively TOLD that were having a cup of tea before we left, we were served, ham, cheese, tomato and soda bread on individual plates! 4pm we said goodbye. Phone, ipad troubles again as we approach the border. Found a 3 shop in Derry (only Protestants call it Londonderry) - sims are 3 network. Finally found someone who explained to us in ...

    Legen...wait for it...dary

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... renamed Derry within the recent past, but people were debating over completely renaming it. One of the contenders was LegenDERRY. Haha, get it? Legendary. This is the oldest Irish city with a wall, as well at the only one that was never breached in it's high times. Therefore, it was also called the maiden city. We walked the top of the wall and heard a bit of the history of the city as well as the civil unrest in the recent past. We also learned of Bloody Sunday where the ...

    Beyond the Wall

    A travel blog entry by kingswardrobe on May 30, 2014

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    ... regretted asking my English coworkers where the midlands end and the north begins as they started a half day argument. It only ended when they agreed that everything is relative, Londoners know nothing about geography, and Scotland is a weird place that may or may not be attached to England. The question popped up again on Wednesday when we left Kendal and headed to the ferry in Scotland. Passing by Carlisle, which is in the very far north ...

    Giant Causeway

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Jul 07, 2013

    14 photos

    ... years ago. The rocks look handmade because of their shape and they make all these steps they way they are shaped. We spent a couple hours there and then went to the info center to figure out where to go next. We decide to go Galway on the west coast, because Sara and Ash only have a couple of days left. We figured out the bus system and we're now headed out to the Republic of ...