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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    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... he was all for bringing down the gates and the giant walls but acknowledged it's all a bit of an unknown in how to do it safely, especially since every year they still all hold marches and bonfires and all sorts to commemorate all the **** that's gone on before.

    It's all part of their lives still now even though it's not as violent at the moment. I asked him whether there were any pubs that I couldn't go into and he explained as soon as they heard my accent ...

    Ireland's weather hit us like a monsoon

    A travel blog entry by hannah_louise on Jul 28, 2013

    ... room you need to get out and he's going where is my bed I'm like I don't know but it's not he and pritty much pushed him out the door and locked the door poor bloke don't know where he ended up hahah. Kasey woke up to me shoving this guy out the room and said what is going on I'm like some shirtless man just tried to get in our beds and Kasey said was he good looking? Typical Kasey haha I was just more scared he was going to vomit on us... Only in Belfast crazy crazy Belfast ...

    A Bloodied Lip, a Drunken Aussie, and Olympic Gold

    A travel blog entry by grindebudzisz on Feb 22, 2013

    62 photos

    ... Northern Ireland (the seizure of a rocket launcher, grenades, etc. held by dissident republicans this week in Belfast is a testament to this). There is much that has changed for the better in Belfast, and optimism does exist, but living with the Troubles still goes on. It is important to see such things and try, and one can only try, to understand and appreciate what happened/and is happening here.

    Our tourguide in Belfast, Norman, ...

    Fantastic Scenery and Sunshine!!!

    A travel blog entry by annhobbs on Jul 02, 2012


    ... a small compressor. It was like a coffin lid opening and closing, then having this sudo manikin in it making it spooking like, but not intending for it to be spooky! There was a diorama of a wake. He spoke about the reason for a wake and how you would hold one so that if the person woke up, you would not bury a person alive. A scary thought. Then from there he had everyone go through larger dioramas depicting the potatoe famine, and how people lived, ...

    The Big Belf

    A travel blog entry by silja on Aug 12, 2011

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    ... up).

    One thing that struck me about Belfast was how much more British Northern Ireland feels than the Republic of Ireland. I think little things like paying with pounds, speaking with Scottish-sounding accents, seeing British chain restaurants, and calling soccer "football" made a surprising impact.

    After the tournament, we took a day ...