Widow's Row

Address: 161 South Promenade, Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT33 0HA, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 161 South Promenade, Newcastle, is near Soak Seaweed Baths, Murlough National Nature Reserve, Dundrum Castle, and Newcastle Tourist Information Centre.
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    Belfast, Hollywood, Bangor, Carrick and Larne

    A travel blog entry by rachbeat on Aug 10, 2013

    ... which is a traditional day for church and family. I woke up early and went for an hour and a half run in the countryside from the Beattie estate and Sam rode Williams bike beside me. The countryside here is absolutely beautiful it is so green and pretty! The scenery is amazing and made for a very scenic run. Sunday dinner (lunch) is always a big event at grannies house. She always cooks a roast dinner and her and Granda, Robert, Sam and his brothers all come ...

    Bus ride into a war zone

    A travel blog entry by pippat on Apr 29, 2013

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    ... During the troubles, and Lu remembers this, whole suburbs were locked down at 6 o'clock and no-one could move in or out. This has not happened for 15 years or so. What surprises me is the closeness of the parts of Belfast that are war zones and those parts that are completely neutral on the conflict. West Belfast has both republicans and unionists living in harmony, yet streets away blood was spilt. Like in Lebanon, such a small scrap of land has ...

    The Belfast "Peace Wall"

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 22, 2012

    63 photos

    ... they don’t want people from the outside to see what it is really like. With the Olympics going on in London, I really think that this might be intentional.

    I started walking up the Shankill Road, not knowing where I was going. Maybe three or four blocks up on the road, I encountered a foreboding side that read “Welcome to the Shankill.” What I was met with was personally the most egregious display of “dick waving” that I have ever ...

    War and Peace in the capital

    A travel blog entry by apoc100 on Feb 22, 2011

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    After receiving a great tip-off from Andy regarding a man who does black cab tours of Belfast we then arranged one the morning of the Tuesday. Needless to say it was probably one of the most fascinating tours I've ever been on.

    We awoke and after breakfast we drove towards Belfast and met our guide outside the Crown Inn which an elegant Victorian-style pub. Its history is interesting as it was originally built by a Catholic-Protestant couple. As ...

    The Mourne Mountains

    A travel blog entry by steveandkat on Nov 15, 2010

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    ... to the top. When we reached the Mourne Wall at the base of Slieve Donard there were tiny trickles of water flowing down to join the river below. We walked through them and amongst them everywhere we went. They made the rocks we stepped on wet and slippery and the grassy earth spongy and moist.

    Both Steve and I needed a break once we reached the Mourne Wall. The Mourne Wall, in case you are wondering, was made in the early 1900's to enclose a ...