The Old Inn Crawfordsburn
Travel Blogs from Crawfordsburn
... We stopped and had a walk around here after getting as much info as we could from the information centre before we carried onto our final stop in Donegal. We pulled into a wharf car park right next to the River Esk and after a walk round the streets and a delightful old cemetery we called into our first Irish pub " The Reel Inn' and had a pint. the landlord was very pleasant and said they played Irish folk songs every night, so, after we had dinner back in our camper we ...
... cross word and chats to people and before we know it we are back on the coach and driving off! We are now almost 3 hours behind schedule but Michelle is still keen for us to see the things we were booked in to see. We do the coastal scenic road from the mouth of the famous 'nine glens of Antrim', alongside sandy beaches beneath towering cliffs. It is amazing drive and it is our day to have the front seat of the coach! Ireland looks as beautiful ...
... to Titanic! The cost was £14 for admission - it was very interactive and the information was amazing! The Ho-Ho Bus stopped here, so I hopped off but later rejoined the tour. Lots of stuff I never ever knew. There was even a 'ride' that took you thru what would have been the shipping yard where they built the ship. Did you know that over 3 million rivets were used in the making of Titanic?? Me neither! And a first class suite ...
... in Europe for the foreseeable future. We made the most of the hotels breakfast until 10am policy and ran to Belfast castle. This was a really pretty area and had lots of winding paths everywhere through the forest nearby the castle to jog along. We had previously agreed upon not discussing the 'troubles' in Belfast's history in public for fear of the wrong person overhearing, however this went out the window on our run as Tom and Erin got in a big debate about whether ...
... holidays, and this is one of them. I was warned not to talk about William or ask questions...the long memory.
After the tour I went back to collect Angus and see if I could get a room for the night. The friendly man behind the counter called a few places for me and found a room at the Botanical Rest B&B within my price range. I took a taxi, from Mark and Spencer's, getting advice to avoid the black taxis, very expensive! The visitor's center guy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility