Tullyglass House Hotel

Address: 178 Galgorm Road, Ballymena, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT42 1HJ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 178 Galgorm Road, Ballymena.
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      Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jan 08, 2014

      ... depending on who you talk to) phenomenon of the Giants Causeway, also took in the Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, the Carrickfergus and Dunluce Castles, and the famous Old Bushmills Distillery, distilling whiskey since 1608! A great day out, aided by a break in what has been some pretty atrocious weather! ...and back to the Guinness, just as good as I remembered it...if not a little better! My three days in Belfast included visits to seven different ...


      A travel blog entry by rachbeat on Aug 08, 2013

      ... to see them again. Peter is his usual comedian self he has just returned from Australia and is planning on heading off to America later this year to live with his brother David. Sam and Peter are very close I would say that Peter would have to be one of Sams best friends as well as his closest cousin. The two of them sat and chatted for hours and drunk french bordeaux wine while I showed Margaret and John the wedding photos. I've never tasted French Bordeaux wine but ...

      Bus ride into a war zone

      A travel blog entry by pippat on Apr 29, 2013

      8 photos

      ... with the usual Irish twisted take
      on urban planning; Belfast’s answer to the tower of Pisa; the town clock
      leaning a good four foot to the right with every clock face telling a different
      (wrong ) time. The salmon of knowledge by the river, telling the history of
      Belfast and a symbol of the salmon that have returned to the river Lagan after
      the ship building industry has gone. The more you kiss the fish, the smarter you become. ...

      6th Travel Post – Belfast, Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by lorenzo1 on Jul 24, 2012

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... photos show some of the special features of the church. One of the photos shows the domed ceiling of the Baptistery. The dome is a mosaic that is composed of 150,000 pieces of glass representing creation and symbolizes earth, air, fire and water; the mosaic was created by two nuns in the 1930’s.


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      A long way to go for a rugby game.....

      A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Apr 30, 2011

      23 photos

      ... so sat themselves down in splendour on a sofa with some beers and they were happy as sandboys. A bunch of guys on a stag outing arrived just after the start, and another couple came in a bit later so there was a reasonable amount of discussion going on amongst them all, rugby is a great leveller. I had the makings of a headache so bought a newspaper and magazine, got a cuppa from the nice barman, and settled down to read all about the ...