The Cottage - Belfast

Address: 377 Comber Rd., Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT16 0XB, United Kingdom | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on 377 Comber Rd., Belfast, is near Stormont Castle, Streamvale Open Dairy Farm, Dundonald International Ice Bowl, and Shandon Park Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Belfast

Conferences in Belfast

A travel blog entry by stuandleah on Jun 10, 2015

17 photos

... of these older universities.  This was a really quick trip, but it was a great one. I love Belfast and I recommend it if you've never been. Its a quirky city to say the least, with a reputation that proceeds it. There are still issues. Divided neighbourhoods of Catholic and Protestants. British vs. Irish identity. But it is an incredibly interesting place filled with great people. Also, if you want to learn more you can buy my book (plug) ...

I'll Never Let go

A travel blog entry by michaelmaloney on May 10, 2015

272 photos

... saw the word 'belfast' we made it a game to say/sing it like elton, ha. The next day we made it to Belfast greatest specimen - the Belfast Museum! Possibly the greatest museum I have ever been to. Starts with some general (boring ahem) info regarding Belfast, and its history of factory work, making materials and what have you, then immigration, and oh there was a morse code game WHICH WE MASTERED OF COURSE, BOOM, and there was a huge room where ground plans for the titantic were ...

Banter in Belfast

A travel blog entry by kteam on Nov 21, 2014

27 photos

... bottle he thought.

Next stop was the tiny little port of Ballintoy, there is not much to do here but it was historically an important port for the local salmon fisherman but is now more famously known from the show as the dock at the Iron Islands.

Not far down the road was one of the attractions that Brendon was most looking forward to, Carrick-a-Rede Bridge. Tis centuries old swing bridge was originally put in by the local salmon fisherman so ...

Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Apr 27, 2014

135 photos

... the centre in our award winning coach (as mentioned by the company's website about 25 times) and set off North out of the city. For the first ten minutes until the first stop we couldn't hear much that the driver was saying as the volume on his mic was too low so we probably missed a good bit of history or who really knows. It was all really good in a quiet coach with no annoying people. Yet.

The first stop was Carrickfergus Castle, which is one of the oldest towns in ...

The Troubles with us all...

A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 13, 2013

2 comments, 90 photos

... but a nice lady who volunteered there kept us busy for about a half an hour. She was very friendly, and was more than willing to tell us about the travels she had taken to the US, and various other countries. She fancied herself as a professional traveler, and especially enjoyed touring places with military memorials and landmarks. She said she had been to the war graves in France, and also to Arlington Cemetary, and said that one day ...