The Old Inn Crawfordsburn

15 Main Street, Crawfordsburn, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT19 1JH, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 15 Main Street, Crawfordsburn, is near Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Crawfordsburn Country Park, Marine Gardens Coastal Walk, and Bangor Abbey.
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    Travel Blogs from Crawfordsburn

    Dinner in comber

    A travel blog entry by beachfnatic on Jul 15, 2014

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    Had a wonderful dinner tonight with Peters parents. Had beef, carrots, potatoes, and bread. It was a delicious Irish dinner. Peter then took us all down to his local pub, McBrides, for a pint of Guinness. Since it was my first time trying it, I opted for a 1/2 pint. I was actually surprised that I actually liked it. When it was finally time to head home at 10:30pm it was still actually light outside which was amazing!! to the Titanic Museum!! ...

    Across the sea to Ireland ....

    A travel blog entry by clive.atkinson on May 12, 2014

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... was "rebuilt" apparently in 1420.

    Over the sea to Ireland
    Last Saturday, we flew from Gatwick airport to Belfast and we are currently staying at my cousin Linda's on site caravan which is literally a stone throw to the water (Irish Sea) at Ballywalter. Weather has not been that good, but they have promised some sunshine later in the week, between 2 and 2:15pm I think!
    We can ...

    The art of walking

    A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 09, 2014

    Stayed near the Queens University of Belfast. While waiting for an apartment to be available , walked to the Ulster Museum. Went right past it, no sign. Just two flags, finally turned around and figured that was the building. Just like the roads , very few street signs so navigation is less than ideal.
    The museum provides a well layed out summary of the natural, historical and artistic development of the country. Especially, enjoyed the ...

    36 Hours in Belfast

    A travel blog entry by helenlilley on Sep 09, 2013

    8 photos

    ... than the one that dominated the nightly news throughout my childhood. We heard about an alternative arts community that flourished despite serious restrictions, and continues to flourish. We learned about The Entries, which are narrow little alleyways dotted throughout Belfast, which used to be the entries into Belfast Castle. The castle is long gone, but these little corridors remain in the town, handy little unseen side streets to house pubs and other ...

    What a Game.. What a day!!!

    A travel blog entry by rayandlizuk2013 on Aug 14, 2013

    82 photos

    ... although we weren't really in any sort of hiking gear, and followed a path through a well wooded area. It was a bit of a challenge, because it had been raining off and on this week, and the trails were muddy. We finally pushed through to a clearing, and we were rewarded with a breathtaking view of the north cost of Belfast. We went just a bit farther and came across a Cave opening in the side of the cliff, a popular site on the trail. After the cave, ...