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Centrally situated, convenient to Marina and all amenities.
Welcome to Tinamara, a stylish, detached Victorian property.
A Victorian townhouse with great charm, providing luxurious accommodation in a warm relaxed ...
Bayview, a spacious and well-appointed ground floor apartment with its own enclosed garden.
Centrally situated, convenient to Marina and all amenties.
Centrally located in the seaside town of Bangor, within easy walking distance of Rail and Bus ...
Situated in/ beside the Clandeboye Avenue, and two minutes from Helen’s Bay Station.
Beautifully situated overlooking the marina on Bangor’s seafront.
Centrally situated, convenient to marina and all amenities.
Centrally situated, convenient to Bangor Marina and all amenities.
Situated directly above Bangor marina and the Bangor to Holywood coastal path.
A tranquil rural location just minutes from Belfast City Centre. A haven of comfort and elegance.
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.
A Victorian townhouse with great charm, providing luxurious accommodation in a warm relaxed atmosphere. Some rooms with a view of Bangor Bay and the Irish Sea beyond. A ground floor room with wheelchair access. Residents' Lounge with a variety of ...
Bayview, a spacious and well-appointed ground floor apartment with its own enclosed garden, stunning sea views and private parking.
Overlooking Ballyholme Bay, a playground, pitch and putt, tennis and beach, all on our doorstep.
Centrally situated, convenient to Marina and all amenties. Comprising lounge/kitchen, shower room and one bedroom. Weekly maid service and all bed linen supplied. Gas and electricity included in rental price.
Apartment can accommodate three.
Centrally located in the seaside town of Bangor, within easy walking distance of Rail and Bus station. Restaurants, shops and local attractions are all on your doorstep. The Aurora 50m pool, leisure centre/Ulster Sailing Club and the Pickie Fun ...
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.
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.
Centrally situated, convenient to the marina and all amenities. Comprising lounge, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms. Colour TV with Freeview. Weekly maid service and all bed linen supplied. Apartment rental price includes all gas and electricity.
Situated directly above Bangor marina and the Bangor to Holywood coastal path, my charming and comfortable cottage is modern, totally unique and full of character. The cottage is a 5 minute walk from Bangor town centre and the bus/train station.
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.
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