Drumgooland Mill Cottages

Address: Seaforde, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT30 8PJ, United Kingdom | 4 star ranch
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This 4 star ranch, located in Seaforde, is near Wellbrook Beetling Mill and Cookstown Tourist Information Centre.
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        Travel Blogs from Seaforde

        Westport to the airport

        A travel blog entry by traveldons on Oct 13, 2015

        5 comments, 20 photos

        ... showing the cutting of turf (peat). Turf is cut twice a year which allows drying time. The spade must be extremely sharp as the cutter has an amazing rythm of cut, scoop, lift, throw; landing the turf block neatly on the growing pile. Stacked piles are left in the bog to dry before being either bagged or trailered for sale. The fields are dotted with trenches from many years of this industry with stock mindlessly grazing amongst it all.

        We stopped at Sligo ...


        A travel blog entry by stephen.murray on Oct 12, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... witnessed the surrender of over 60 German U-boats that were eventually scuttled in the open Atlantic. Twelve murals, including one of 14 year old Annette McGavigan who was the 100th fatality of the Troubles, mark the site of Bloody Sunday, an internal conflict mentioned in a previous posting. Photos of the murals may bring back old memories of what were distant events for most of ...

        Derry or Londonderry

        A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 16, 2015

        11 photos

        Most of Irish history seems to be dedicated to their centuries long struggle with their neighboring island of Britain. In Northern Ireland, this seems to be even more so. After a cozy morning in our palace of a farm stay, we set off for the town of Derry / Londonderry. The city was originally called Derrie - old Irish for Oak Woods. In 1604 King James granted the city a charter and a settlement was built. Within 2 years, the settlement was burned by a chieftain ...


        A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Sep 13, 2014

        14 photos

        It's time to go home and I make an early start to allow time for a decent look at Londonderry on the way back to Belfast Airport. Although still quite warm, it's a rather dull morning, but who's complaining? I've had a whole week in Ireland without any rain at all, and much of it has been sunny too. I'm beginning to think that all this talk of lots of rain is a load of rubbish - although the amount of soaking wet, boggy land I've seen in Donegal ...

        Productive Lazy Day

        A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 22, 2014

        I had what I call a productive lazy day today.
        A day where I got my book, I got my lunch and I went and sat down at the festival and did not much for a long time.
        It was nice to relax for a while, because I am moving on tomorrow and who knows what that will hold!
        Very short entry today, because I need to pack up my bag and we all know how long that is going to take!
        Lisa xo ...