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Killead Lodge Guest House At Belfast International Airport
Killead Road, Aldergrove, Crumlin
A small, modern guest house, with free wi-fi and free parking... more
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Templepatrick, or "Teampall Phádraig", in Irish, is a village within the Antrim borough of County Antrim, in Northern Ireland, one of the four countries in the United Kingdom, situated northwest of Belfast, approximately equidistant from the towns of Ballyclare and Antrim.
Templepatrick is, today, a popular residential area and has won the Best Kept Village award in 1991. The town official sign claims that it is "Twinned with Las Vegas, Nevada" and, perhaps, its best known feature is the fact that it is the site of historic Church of Ireland and Presbyterian churches.
Presbyterianism has a long historical association with the village, the first Minister being the Rev. Josias Welsh, grandson to John Knox, the Scottish reformer.
Archaeological evidences suggest the fact that the area where Templepatrick sits has been inhabited, since prehistoric times, with existing evidence of remains of human settlement throughout the area - a cave and a rath in Cloughanduff, and a cairn and two raths at Rickamore being found.