3 Churchfield Heights, Castlewellan, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT31 9HY, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Castlewellan

From a room without a view to one that sort of...

A travel blog entry by pamplonas2

The day started out cloudy like almost all other days here on Ireland. At least the past bit. Also, a little problem had to work out with a credit card , fortunately corrected. Then changed rooms as Saturday it was noisy ,pubsters nearby and another room seemed to have a loud tv. Thes staff obliged kindly to change the room. Looking at a wall not a fav but , ...

Into the storm

A travel blog entry by tizwoz


... now he is full steam ahead while we are protected by the coast of Ireland. Once we are in open sea it will be a different matter but he reckoned the swell would only be 15 feet. Meanwhile the cleaner has moved anything which might fall over onto the floor.

Battening down the hatches!

Our Trivia team which came second again yesterday will not be deterred.

And we have a good excuse for staggering along the corridor later ...

Weekend in Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by doc_1034


... which was ridiculously nice for the cost (only 60 between the two of us). And I didn't realize Scotland is so close to Ireland; you can literally see the highlands from the coastal road on a clear day.

On Sunday we got up early and drove the coastal road (easily the most scenic drive I've ever taken) towards Carrick-a-Rede and walked a rope bridge originally built by fishermen more than 200 years ago. From there we went to the Giant's Causeway, which ...

Black Cab Tour

A travel blog entry by chantalandzach


... of all the Catholic victims, killed by both side's terrorist groups (such as the IRA and the UVF-Ulster Volunteer Force). It's no wonder people can't move past the troubles when pictures of their loved ones are plastered on a wall in their neighbourhood.
The Catholic side has very little graffiti left, as in an effort to move past it they have painted over it, unlike the Protestant side where they still feel that the troubles will return and that they will have to fight ...

2012 Olympics Open In Belfast

A travel blog entry by laylagrace

... was very tasty! :)

The Red Arrows were doing a fly-past in each of the 4 capital cities of the UK to mark the start of the Olympic Games, so Mummy & I got the bus into town and met up with Daddy & Auntie Karen in the grounds of City Hall.

It was my first time seeing the Red Arrows & Mummy was afraid the noise might scare me a bit ...


This hotel, located on 3 Churchfield Heights, Castlewellan, is near Tollymore Forest Park, Slieve Donard, Annalong Corn Mill, and Tollymore Mountain Centre.
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