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Centrally situated, convenient to Marina and all amenities.
Welcome to Tinamara, a stylish, detached Victorian property.
A tranquil rural location just minutes from Belfast City Centre. A haven of comfort and elegance.
Merok Mill House, a self-contained, open-plan, split-level, 2 bedroom apartment
One of Irelands oldest hostelries, The Old Inn has played host to many notable and famous visitors.
New luxury townhouse in a quiet location in the centre of Bangor, close to shops, restaurants, ...
Glenside self-catering accommodation is in the heart of the picturesque village of Crawfordsburn.
Cockle Row cottages illustrate the way of life 300 years ago.
Pickie Funpark is one of the top ten visitor attractions in Northern Ireland.
The cabin is situated in Helen’s Bay a stones throw away from the station.
Beautifully situated overlooking the marina on Bangor’s seafront.
Situated in/ beside the Clandeboye Avenue, and two minutes from Helen’s Bay Station.
Centrally situated, convenient to Bangor Marina and all amenities. Comprising lounge/kitchen, shower room and bedroom. Colour TV with Freeview. Weekly maid service bed linen supplied.
Apartment can accommodate four including the use of a sofa bed.
Welcome to Tinamara, a stylish, detached Victorian property located in the stunning Ballyholme area of Bangor. Sleeps and accommodates four adults comfortably. A two minute walk takes you into the charming village of Ballyholme.
The friendly atmosphere, the warm welcome, courteous and helpful hotel staff, and the exceptional service: these will be the hallmarks of your stay with us. An approach that has been recognised with a Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Merok Mill House, a self-contained, open-plan, split-level, 2 bedroom apartment, which sleeps 4-6 people, is particularly suitable for families. Set in beautiful countryside, with Bangor & North Down, and Belfast (Titanic Experience).
As one of Irelands oldest hostelries, The Old Inn has played host to many notable visitors, both famous and infamous. Peter the Great - Tsar of Russia, highwayman Dick Turpin and former US President George Bush are among those who stayed.
New luxury townhouse in a quiet location in the centre of Bangor, close to shops, restaurants, Marina and seafront. 3 bedrooms: 1 double ensuite, 2 twin.
Glenside self-catering accommodation is in the heart of the picturesque village of Crawfordsburn, County Down. Internally, Glenside offers excellent accommodation and has recently been completed to an exceptionally high standard.
Cockle Row cottages are perfect for the whole family to visit. Free weekend entertainment for all including craft fairs, children's crafts, live music and local craft demonstrations.
Pickie Funpark is one of the top ten visitor attractions in Northern Ireland. The park provides a fun day out for all: An 18-hole mini-golf course, giant pedal swans, Pickie Puffer train, children's play area, children's electric car track and more.
The cabin is situated in Helen’s Bay a stones throw away from the station where trains run every 20 minutes between Bangor and Belfast and then beyond, so it is ideally situated for anyone without a car.
Beautifully situated overlooking the marina on Bangor’s seafront, the hotel is ideal for both business and pleasure offering spacious en suite bedrooms, Oceanis health and fitness club, Nelson’s Bar and Bar Mocha all on site.
Situated in/ beside the Clandeboye Avenue, and two minutes from Helen’s Bay Station Bridge House is an ideal base for business and pleasure alike.
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