Bangor

Bangor offers one of the most pleasant environments in Northern Ireland, with the Ards Peninsula stretching southwards, a sheltered spot at the entrance to Belfast Lough favoured by sailors, and a town with historic bones fleshed out by modern amenities... Read More

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Marine Court Hotel

Marine Court Hotel

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Beautifully situated on the seafront at Bangor, County Down, this hotel has superb views over Belfast Lough, with Bangor Marina in the foreground. Only 15 minutes from Belfast City Airport and directly ... More

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Hebron House

Hebron House

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Offering luxury accommodation in a fantastic location, within easy walking distance of town amenities and coastal path, this is the only AA 5-star rated bed and breakfast accommodation in Bangor.
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Clandeboye Lodge Hotel

Clandeboye Lodge Hotel

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Set in a peaceful location, The Clandeboye Lodge offers guests the chance to relax and unwind yet is located only 15 minutes from Belfast City Centre and 10 minutes from Belfast ... More

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Beresford House

Beresford House

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Beresford House is a recently refurbished small boutique-style guesthouse just 7 miles from Bangor Airport. Set in a picturesque row of stunning Victorian town houses overlooking the Marina we are ... More

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