Primrose Cottage (Mayorbridge)

Address: 24 Ballyvalley Road, Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT34 2RT, United Kingdom | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on 24 Ballyvalley Road, Newry, is near Mount Stewart House, Kilbroney Park, Glens of Antrim, and Newry and Mourne Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Newry

Titanic Museum

A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 03, 2015

On our free whole day in Belfast I decided to visit the Titanic Museum which opened up in 2012 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of her maiden voyage and sinking. While at the pricy end of museum admissions I've paid, it was certainly worthwhile. The museum started with a brief history of Belfast before 1912 and explained how the city became a shipbuilding town along with its huge linen production. Then ...

Belfast

A travel blog entry by marjoleintravel on Aug 22, 2014

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... well, since we didn't see any other people. Steve knows every little corner of Belfast and is friendly and willing to help at all time. He made reservations for our bus tour through Northen-Ireland and ordered tickets to see the Gaelic Football game. As an additional service he told us which bus to take and which neighbourhoods to visit at what times.
The hostel itself was clean and the breakfast was fine. However, the doors of our shared room couldn't be locked. ...

The ship that sank..

A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 14, 2014

... excited over. But the Lego display was amazing. Huuuge models of places like the St Pancras Station in London all of lego. It was pretty bloody cool.
Then it was onto what we were here for….to watch a ship sin…k.
It was such a detailed museum though, not just on the sinking, but on the making of the ship, the times, and stories from survivors. And a huge list of all the books, songs and movies based ...

Wlcm Nthurn Ahlnd

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on May 16, 2014

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You're probably Curious to what the title means or possibly even wondering if I had to many pints of Guinness. In Northern Ireland, it says, "Welcome to Northern Ireland." BUT, that is how the locals pronounce it. I think I had to ask at least 3 times on average for the perso to repeat themselves. The accents are incredibly thick and make the casual conversation near impossible. For instance, we were at a well known pub here and Bryan ...

Giants causeway

A travel blog entry by clairepat on Apr 04, 2014

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We headed off up to the north of Belfast along the causeway coastal drive to see the giants causeway. We drove through some amazing fog and some gorgeous little towns before we finally got to the causeway. Megan is part mountain goat I am sure! A great day :) ...