The Old Schoolhouse Inn

Address: Comber, Newtownards, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT23BEA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Comber, Newtownards, Belfast, is near Streamvale Open Dairy Farm, Dundonald International Ice Bowl, Castle Espie, and Ards Peninsula.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

I'll Never Let go

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on May 10, 2015

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... mentioned it before, like a 50s dinner, and we went back to their place and watched silly youtube videos and waited for danielle's dublin roommates to come home, and today it was mighty raining out! we went to a pub called The Celt, which had a middle aged man singing irish tunes, and the ones that I knew I just sang out with all my heart and he saw me and kept looking over at me smiling, and I kept teaching Jose about Ireland's history, regarding 1916, and bloody sunday and how I ...

Banter in Belfast

A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 21, 2014

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... being able to walk through some of the current ones and also getting a glimpse at some for season 5 that left us feeling really excited, unfortunately due to privacy issues we can't say anymore until the show ends.

From the docks we headed into the rougher parts of Belfast and a personalised tour of some of the murals of the Unionists and the IRA, from some of the looks and what we were told the battle still rages on.

After the tour it was ...


A travel blog entry by joannesuter on Sep 09, 2014

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Belfast was the beginning of something amazing - I could feel it immediately. It made me realise that this is possibly the best decision I've ever made, choosing to go it alone. Obviously it's scary doing anything on your own and, certainly as a female, I had all the anxieties and worries you'd expect - will I make friends, what if I get lost, what if I end up alone after dark etc. Belfast made me realise I had nothing at all to be worried about and spurred me into making ...

A week with the leprechauns, Ireland.

A travel blog entry by miss_melissa on Aug 20, 2014

... anything like it. One day I pulled into a driveway and a few seconds later Cal burst out 'Quick, back out before someone comes rushing towards you with cups of tea and biscuits, calling you to come inside!'. It's fair to say he wasn't exaggerating, it could happen in this country. Cal was also shocked to find a group of people who can talk more than I do. Sometimes even I literally couldn't get a word in. Nonetheless I absolutely love this country and ...

A taste of Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by cassiandria on Oct 23, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... much. Next was what I was looking forward to - The Titanic Experience. The building was actually the size of the titanic and it was massive. You went inside, got a White Star Lines ticket and boarded the experience. It went through bite and pieces about Belfast in regard to its building process and then went onto the shipping yard. You then got an elevator to the top an worked your way through. They had ...