Whitehorn Cottages

70 Tullynagardy Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT23 4TB, United Kingdom | Ranch

Travel Blogs from Belfast

Day 3: Let the Sun Shine

A travel blog entry by basketmakeramy


... House and across the street from the Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast's oldest pub. The pub is ornately decorated with stained glass, beautiful wood, and the coziest snugs. We went upstairs to the dining room and I had fish and chips with green peas (not green mushy peas) and John had steak and pepper sausages with champ. Both meals were very satisfying. On our way out, we walked through the bar to admire all the details and found a snug ...

Belfast Built the Titanic!

A travel blog entry by rebecca.taylor

... been restored but unfortunately you had to take a tour to look inside and we were running out of time.

After a coffee and muffin snack, we picked up our bags and caught a taxi to the airport. Bought some treats for my work team and then caught the flight back to London. A long tube ride from Heathrow to Vauxhall, Maccas for dinner and then real life started to kick in again.

What's the Craic!

A travel blog entry by elisabeth.kerst


... the school offers a wide range of languages. The language department is constantly trying to improve and motivate in order to give pupils the best opportunities for success. Pupils are taught a varied and interesting range of topics and teaching and learning is experienced through the four skill areas of: listening, speaking, reading and writing. In Year 8 all pupils are given the opportunity to study two languages, ...

The Trouble with Belfast

A travel blog entry by benstevens


... I was surprised to find it still in use. Every night, the gates are closed at about 6 to prevent the Catholics and Protestants from mixing. It's a horribly long shrine to the worst of human nature but it looks oddly suited to the area around it. It's a mish-mash of corrugated iron, chicken wire, razor wire, gates and bars. The housing nearby is as sombre and depressing as the wall; rows and rows of subdivided flats with a grotesque variety of colours on the ...

Northern Ireland - Belfast

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


... repair in Scotland. There are all sorts of shapes made out of the stones that aid the old folk law, such as a camel, a boot, onions and a organ. It's hard to describe how amazing it was walking over the stepping stones that just look like honeycomb. We took the trail back that takes you to the top of the cliff looking down which had sensational views! Well worth the visit, so amazing. On the drive home we stopped off at Dunluce Castle for a photo stop, the castle is ...

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This ranch, located in the City Centre area of Belfast, is near Linen Hall Library, Belfast Welcome Centre, Belfast City Centre and Laganside Walk, and Spires Mall and Conference Centre.
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