The Belfray Country Inn

171 Glenshane Road, Drumahoe, Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT47 3EN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 171 Glenshane Road, Drumahoe, Derry, is near Brunswick Superbowl, Ness Wood, Craigavon Bridge, and McNamara's Famous Guided Walking Tours.
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    DERRY /DUNFANAGHY.

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 11, 2014

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    Good breakfast, took our time and tidied blog. Went into Derry to walk the wall. There is vehicle bridge across the Liffey, that you can go up top or down under, a double decker bridge. Kick myself as I had forgotten that there were guided tours leaving 2hrly from 10am. But we made our own tour and eavesdropped on others. Heard, rather than saw a school yard, young boys and girls in winter uniforms on a very hot day, seemed to be playing some sort ...

    MONEYMORE - McGLINCHEY/McGOVERN

    A travel blog entry by jukes on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... walk into and say, I could live here, this for me, was one of them. Such a feel about it. Was the restored home of her grandparents, she lived in it from when it had no running water, no electricity, no heating, today it is stunning. Full on morn tea, very nice, then we went around the three graveyards, Desertmartin, where the McGlinchey family is, Kevin's mothers fathers family. See pic.Then to Keenaght old Chapel, where ...

    Legen...wait for it...dary

    A travel blog entry by zarah on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... were killed in a fight between the IRA and the British soldiers.

    We also waled across the Peace Bridge. This bridge was constructed to show a unification of the Catholic and Protestant parts of Ireland, which is a big deal, as most of the conflict revolved around this divide.

    The last tour stop for the day was the Glenveagh National Park and castle. The original owner came in in 1859 and kicked a bunch of Irishmen out to build himself a hunting lodge. Not a ...

    Galway to Derry / Londonderry

    A travel blog entry by ecirpnek on Jul 29, 2014

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    This morning we travelled north through the towns of Tuam and Dunmore before turning east towards Ballinlough. We stopped at stately Clonalis House, ancestral home of the O'Conors, descendants of the last High Kings of Ireland. We were shown through by the wife of the last O'Conor to inherit the property. The house was full of original furniture, ...

    Legenderry

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Feb 13, 2014

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    ... Lee. Barry was pleasant enough, but it was Lee who struck a chord with me. He was an accountant in a previous life who shunning the outrageous salary and permanency of the city life, had within a few weeks began this new career on half as much money and twice as many working hours, most of them away from home.

    On a number of occasions we remarked on the similarities of our careers, having been through something vaguely similar myself, and we got along ...