Lough And Quay

Address: 121 Donegall Road,BT12 5JL, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT125FX, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Lisburn Road area of Belfast, is near The Lyric, Titanic Bus Tour, Lagan Weir and Lookout, and Roast Coffee Club & Mezzanine Gallery.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Belfast

Belfast is Ireland's second largest city

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Sep 18, 2014

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... 883 feet long and 104 feet high. Accommodations for first class passengers included palatial state rooms, some with their own promenades, along with a grand staircase, library, smoking room, squash court, sumptuous restaurants and other amenities. Second and Third Class accommodations, while far less posh, were still considered better than ...

Volcanic Cruise Day 13

A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 18, 2014

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... in my head but she continued on, and on. I am so confused now there is little logic in the dispute but it boils down to religion. We versus them, etc. No common sense, just old wounds.

But Belfast does have its beauty. Queen’s University is beautiful as does the \botanical gardens. Probably the most spectacular is Belfast Castle, reminding on of Craigdarich Castle in Victoria. Wealthy land barons are at the heart of this story, ...

The last but not least of Ireland

A travel blog entry by jklezok on Aug 12, 2014

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... before we were both overheated and a little claustrophobic. So back home to cook some dinner and relax for the evening.

Day 2

Today we head back downtown for a tour of the Belfast City Hall. This is a scrumptious building finished in 1906. The building is a show piece of marble stating that "We have made it as a city". In 1888 Queen Victoria gave Belfast it's city title and they made the most of it with the city hall. The marble floor motif under the ...

History of the troubles

A travel blog entry by julieandnick on Jun 23, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

When I suggested we go to Belfast, Julie was concerned because of the conflict between the IRA and the Protestants. All over I said, it's all in the past now, don't be worried.
To get a history lesson we went for a Black Cab ride with the first cab driver we found that conducted the tour. As luck would have it, it was in a red cab driven by a catholic Irishman who implied he was a former member of the ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

135 photos

... like a shrine. Rather creepy. Apparently these people identify super strongly with the royals to show their beliefs and you could see that with the adoring portraits painted everywhere.

The area between Shankill Road and Falls Road is blocked by two sets of massive iron gates that close every night until 6am. It's mental that this sort of thing is still a thing. Normal looking city, then bam, a giant metal fence with barbed wire that looks out of a warzone divides the ...