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Bangor, North Down, Northern Ireland

Bangor Marina is situated in the town of Bangor (Beannchar in Irish), on the Eastern oast of Northern Ireland. It is the second largest marina in Ireland and it has been opened for business since 1989. Discover some of the best food that Bangor has to offer in one of the many restaurants and cafes that await you: Corin, The Boathouse Restaurant, Donegans, The Ava Grill, Coq & Bull, Bokhara, Bryansburn Inn, Funky Penguin and Jenny Watts. The accommodation units are few, mainly B&Bs and inns, but also a couple of hotels if you want something more luxurious. Here are some of the most booked units: Clandeboye Lodge Hotel, Marine Court Hotel, The Salty Dog Hotel & Bistro, The Cairn Bay Lodge, Hargreaves Hotel, Studio 101, The Old Inn, Shelleven Guest House, Autumn Winds B&B and Ennislare Guest House. There are several attractions you should not miss, whether you are a nature lover or a culture and history enthusiast: Bangor Castle, Crawfordsburn Country Park, Ward Park, Bangor Abbey.

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Cancellation Policy of Bangor : restrictive

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Attractions in North Down

North Down is a Northern Ireland district, located on the Eastern coast and a part of County Down. The most important town is Bangor, only 20 km away from Belfast. This district in considered to be the wealthiest in all Northern Ireland. Irish people are well known for being witty, friendly and very fun to have around.

Whether you find yourself in an Irish home or checking in at a hotel or B&B, you will be treated with warm hospitality and inspiring kindness. There is an old story that says that if you turn away a stranger, it will bring bad luck upon the household. In the past, the front doors of the houses were left open during meal times so that any traveller that passed by could enter and enjoy a delicious meal before they continued their journey.

Although many superstitions were left in the past, the Irish hospitality is deeply rooted, and you can experience it everywhere in dear old Ireland. So here are some places where you will feel like a ... more info

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