Chimney Corner Hotel

Address: 630 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT36 4HR, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 630 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, is near Belfast Zoo, Belfast Castle, Cathedral Quarter, and Fortwilliam Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Newtownabbey

      Across the sea to Ireland ....

      A travel blog entry by clive.atkinson on May 12, 2014

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... to Scotland from the front window of the caravan and watch the busy shipping lane in the Irish Sea.
      A visit to Mt Stewart House today was a real treat. Managed by the National Trust, this house built in late 1700's is undergoing major renovations/restorations, so we were able to see first hand how such a project is conducted. We will visit the beautiful gardens when the sun comes out!
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      For my Mom...

      A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23 on May 11, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      Today is Mother's Day. Normally every year, my sister and I go to a local shop, and get our mom countless potting flowers for her to put throughout her beautiful gardens around the house. This is despite her telling us to not spend any money on her, because she doesn't need anything (a common occurrence for her birthday and christmas as well). Well this year, I can't do that because I am 5000 km away.
      So Mom, you got your way today. But ...

      Beautiful Belfast

      A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... Renaissance style building that looks more like a Medici Palazzo than a City Hall. Clothed elegantly in Italian marble, the city hall was completed in 1906, following Queen Victoria granting Belfast official City Status in 1888. The building can only be explored by tour, which lasts 45 minutes and is well worth it. The inside of the building is quite stunning, and features tons of beautiful stain glassed windows, marble staircases and dazzling chandeliers.

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      I made it to Ireland!!

      A travel blog entry by b.mcintyre23 on Sep 16, 2013

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... all the international students to attend, and get to know one another. It wasn’t long before a trip to the nearest pub was planned for the same night (when in Ireland?). So a few hours later, we all headed out to the Lighthouse Pub down the road. It wasn’t long before I realized I would be getting to know people from all over the world, whose lifestyles ...

      Belfast, Black Cabs and the Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Aug 18, 2013

      3 comments, 20 photos

      ... in the evening back at our hotel, maybe they caught it that day near the rope bridge? After dinner we did a black cab tour to learn about Belfast's political and civil war history. It's hard to summarise the 30 years of war between the Catholics and Protestants known as 'The Troubles' in short. In fact we probably finished our tour with more questions than answers. After a bit of research we read that from the late 1960's to the late 1990's over 3500 people died due to ...