The Old Schoolhouse Inn

Address: Comber, Newtownards, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT23BEA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Belfast - our last stop

A travel blog entry by jmjeans on Sep 25, 2014

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... day we took a hop on hop off tour of the city to get the overview.. We have found these to be a great way to get a quick orientation to a city, learn about the history and hear some interesting stories.

Like Glasgow Belfast is an interesting and vibrant city rich in history of boat building , linen and rope making. There are lots of great pubs and restaurants to explore. ...

LONDON /GLASGOW/BELFAST and it's Nina's birthday

A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 28, 2014

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... the station is located in the Railway Hotel, built in 1885 and she would have been an extremely grand place, beautiful brick build with elaborate windows and wrought iron trims. Looks like the doors have just been shut and everyone left never to return. Just looks so tacky now. The town of Ayr which we passed thru in the coach to Cairnryan looked very clean and tidy. Maybole town beautiful manicured and Prestwick - how many golf courses does that place have!!! Have ...

Belfast is on the Walls All Around You

A travel blog entry by mike.schwartz on Jul 26, 2014

... the way it was when functional and it was eye-opening to see. My tour guide Sarah was very knowledgeable and there is a surprise twist near the execution chamber that made the tour go from good to great.

My favorite part of the trip was West Belfast. I went back there Saturday to get some pictures of the political murals that divided the city for decades. From the 60's to the late 90's that was one of the most violent places to go ...

I think I did this entry 2 times over. Oh well.

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 11, 2014

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... I am going.I hopped on the bus at 8:30 (joy of an early wake up) and
straight away met a guy from Dublin. We talked a little bit, said we would swap
emails but instead crashed out.We were both going to Belfast so there was plenty of time.We got to the ship, and I got through security first. I went
off to the bathroom.I had this thought like ‘what if everyone ...

The Giant's Causeway & Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Jun 08, 2014

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... and the mountains and Glens of Antrim to the west. We also saw a memorial to a local hero - Paddy. Paddy was a pigeon who carried coded messages between the Allied forces during World War II. After about 15 minutes, we got back on the bus and continued heading north along the coast. Near the town of Cushendall, the road departed from the coast and headed into a more forested area, where Matthew told us a bit about forestry in the region. ...