Keef Halla Country House

20 Tully Road, Nutts Corner, Crumlin, Belfast, BT29 4SW, United Kingdom
Keef Halla Country House
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Entry stamp

by naaz5

We would like to visit donegal via Belfast International Airport. We already have a valid UK & Irish Visa. Now how do we get the entry stamp from Ireland embassy on our passport if we enter from Belfast.



Re: Entry stamp

by leics

As far as I am aware there is no passport control between N. Ireland and the Republic. So you won't get your passport stamped.

Re: Entry stamp

by mels1962

There is no border control. You will only know you have crossed the border because the road signs change to KM. Also some wag may have painted 1692 on the tarmac facing the republic.

Re: Entry stamp

by chipper99

Actually, that would be 1690. No, there is no border control at all any more. No chance as far as I know of getting a stamp.

Re: Entry stamp

by northernireland6779

1stly Northern Ireland is Part of the United Kingdom (ENGLAND,SCOTLAND,WALES,NORTHERN IRELAND =UK) NOT Ireland so you will be going to the wrong embassy if you try and get a visa for Northern Ireland at the Irish embassy you will need to go to a British Embassy near you ( and will tell you where your nearest UK Embassy/Consul .

Travel Tips for Belfast

Lets Go Giants!

by Traveldi

Ice Hockey - With Belfast team - The Belfast Giants (mainly made up of Canadian Players) Just bring a loud cheering voice, and if you want to join in with the cheerleaders "The G Crew" why not bring your own Pom Poms.
You can buy Game Shirts, hats & Bits at the venue, also refreshments. Also Cafes & Places to Eat are in the next door Odyssey Pavilion, so why not go for dinner after the Game.
There is a Chinese & Indian Restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe, Soda Joes Diner, Nightclubs, Bowling, Coffee Bar and Warner Brother Cinema Complex. The Odyssey also hosts W5 an interactive / science / fun haven for adults and children!

Traditional modernism

by kranstonakov about The Garrick Bar

The Garrick is one of Belfasts most famous bars and when you have a pint here you never know who you might meet. Popular with local celebrities and bricklayers alike its a traditional pub with an unrivalled spirits menu and friendly staff. They have cool DJs on Thursday to Sunday and its a great place to chill out. they do food 12 - 9 everyday. Tell them Matty.C sent you and you will welcomed with open arms. Whatever you want, just dont look like a tramp, oh and no football tops.


by kranstonakov about The Cloth Ear

The cloth ear is the Merchant hotels bar,so i guess you can imagine, its pretty upmarket. Its joint onto the hotel, and the dormen will be wearing tophats. Its right on the corner of Skipper Street, and its right in the the heart of the Cathedral Quarter - Quality to hang around outside on a summers night and soak up the atmosphere. Smart


by leics

There are several bus tours operating around Belfast. I decided to go with Allens, which is a local firm with more-or-less hourly departures from the high Street (outside a shop called 'The Wicker Man').

Why did I decide to go with them? Well, partially because they are a local firm but also because they were running a special offer, so my ticket (bought at the Belfast Welcome Centre) was considerably less than those offered by the rival companies.

The tour was excellent, with the guide giving clear and accurate information (essential when trying to explain the Troubles to non-UK citizens) as well as cracking several rather clever jokes.

It's a pretty comprehensive route, taking in Stormont and the University Quarter, the Dockyards (soon to be 'the Titanic Quarter') , the Falls, Crumlin and Shankhill Roads and more.

Recommended, especially if the weather allows you to sit in the open-top part of the bus.

The Albert Memorial Clock

by St_Vincent

The Albert Memorial Clock is Belfast’s very own leaning tower. Back in 1865 when it was built it was erected on land reclaimed from the River Lagan and due to subsidence since then it now leans about 1.25 meters. That’s not the only strange story around this memorial though. You’ll see that it features a statue of Prince Albert and if you look closely you’ll notice that the plinth on which he stands is a little too small so half of one foot is hovering off the edge giving the impression he is about to jump off.


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