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Daisy Hill Wood was once the old Daisy Hill Nursery which was one of the major plant suppliers in Northern Ireland from 1890 to 1990. It was then take over by the Newry and Mourne District Council in 1990. Many exotic species and their hybrids of plants exist from the old nursery days like Bamboo, which was grown and sold by the nursery, this Bamboo is now used by Belfast Zoo to feed it's Red Panda Lucy. This woodland walk is a must for anyone with horticultural interest.
As you walk around the many paths you will see an eagle, An owl and a totem type pole carved out of felled tree trunks.
Updated Jun 29, 2008
Address: Daisy Hill
If like me you have an interest in finding and photographing old military things, then maybe this is for you.
The White Linen Hall in Newry was built in 1783 to promote the direct export of linen products manufactured in Down and Armagh areas and bypass the dealers in Dublin.
On the piers of the East Gate there are motifs of a spinning-wheel and a crowned that date from 1783
When economic changes in the Linen trading went into decline the Newry Linen Hall soon became redundant. It was in the early nineteenth century that the Government purchased it for use as a military barracks. Then the barracks had accommodation for over 600 men and included hospital quarters for thirty.
The site of the former Military Barracks in Newry was later purchased by the local Council which built homes for the working class of the town.
Written May 13, 2008
Address: Canal Quay, Newry
The place is very well decorated, to be a brasserie, you may expect a not so fashionable restaurant, but I must say it's wonderful. The service is all right, no complaints, which is a good signal. And the food was lovely and the price was very affordable. To sum up: go there and enjoy a great restaurant in Newry.
Favorite Dish: Chicken wings.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 62-64 Mill Street, Newry, co Down, UK
The burgers were the worst I have ever tasted in my living memory,it was the first time we left uneaten burger in a diner for bought of us . it wes the poorest qualty of hamburger I have ever tasted and the fry,s were not much better.
The main door from the restaurant to the toilets was completely ingrained with black dire and grime (inside and out) and looked as if it had not been given a wipe of a cloth in the last two or three years!
This was the worst restaunant I have come across in ireland if not the world, and definite the worst hamburger.
If anyone want it to have a poll for the worst restaunant in ireland than this would be hard to beat.
YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
Favorite Dish: NONE
Updated Aug 9, 2006
Address: THE QUAYS SHOPPING CENTRE,NEWRY,COUNTY DOWN,
One of Newry's newest and coolest nightspots, the Bank Bar is, aptly, a refurbished bank! It retains the elegance of the old exterior, but inside has been transformed into a chic bar/restaurant.
The ajoining nightclub, The Vault, is a fantastic place for a night of dancing, boasting several levels and bars, including a small bar known as the Treasury where live bands often play at the same time as the main disco! The decor is classy, and the music is mainly charts, pop, R&B and dance, though there is a "Timewarp" night where 70's disco music is played!
Dress Code: In the Bank Bar, retro chic or dressy is best.
In the Vault, dress to impress!
(Both are over 20's only)
Written Feb 12, 2004
Address: Kildare Street