Stable Court Lodging

Oldstone Hill, Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT41 4SB, United Kingdom | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Oldstone Hill, Antrim, is near Antrim Castle Gardens and Lough Neagh.
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    Travel Blogs from Antrim

    Chasing Family History

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jun 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... 13,000km) and is very comfortable.

    Dinner was again at the Brewers Fayre. I fell in love with the comfy leather couch, it was so relaxing. Two main courses for 10.99 - Ron had Gammon Steak, and I had Smothered Chicken, which was chicken breast topped with bacon and melted cheese. Yum. We had started off with pate and buttered brown toast. It's not often you buy starter and two main courses and only need to use your coins.


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    Giants Causeway and Belfast

    A travel blog entry by tippins_rufio on Mar 15, 2013

    199 photos

    ... built as a library by the Earl. When we had taken in the expansive vista and Kerin had finally spoken with her mother about the engagement, we took off for Giant's Causeway.

    At Giant's Causeway, a natural wonder of approximately 40,000 basalt columns, Rufio and I took the free audio guides to listen to the folklore that surrounds the stones. We climbed the strange rock formations and the adjacent cliff for over an ...

    "The Troubles" - Belfast Style

    A travel blog entry by epicurist on Jul 06, 2012

    79 photos

    ... and so on. There were numerous agreements to cease fire which were then broken. Over 3000 people were killed. In 1998 (with some help from then President Clinton), the Good Friday/Belfast Agreement was reached.

    I assumed all was right with Northern Ireland.

    Not so. A "peace wall" consisting of corrugated metal, chain link fencing, and barbed wire still remains. Public schools are still segregated and religion ...

    Choosing sides

    A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Jun 30, 2011

    3 comments, 15 photos

    ... the movie Hunger). Margaret Thatcher responded by making it illegal for a prisoner to become and MP (more boo, hiss!).

    Feeling all righteous and riled, it was time to cross to the other side! As mentioned, its only about a week until the marching season and preparations are in full swing - the minute I set foot on the Shankhill, there was no mistaking it. The entire street was criss crossed with Union Jack bunting and royal regalia.

    Although ...

    Day 10/The Best Day Yet

    A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 12, 2011

    6 photos

    ... a great experience.

    We then were headed up to the north coast. It was a long drive. Tim's wife and stepson were also with us that made our trip more enjoyable. We arrived at a midpoint spot, and although even cold, we got out of our van and had lunch that Tim's wife Gale prepared for us. We had sandwiches and chips. Of course they had bacon flavored chips which are actually good even though their strange. We then took a walk up to a spot that has ...