Ballyholme Beach is now Bangor's largest sandy beach following the transformation of the marina area throughout the ... More
Ballyholme Beach is now Bangor's largest sandy beach following the transformation of the marina area throughout the 1990s. Depending on the tide, bathers can walk out to sea for several hundred metres before the water reaches their waists, although the area has in recent years become renowned for leisure pursuits somewhat more adventurous, shall we say, than paddling. Yes, Ballyholme is Bangor's wind-surfing paradise. (Charles Dickens once stopped off for a swim in the bay on a reading tour of Ireland. It is sadly unclear whether he himself surfed or not). The beach is still ideal for families and has a plentiful supply of sandcastle-building materials. Just behind the beach is a large grassy area for further fun and games.
THE OLD INN HAS BEEN AWARDED THE RAC BLUE RIBBON IN 2003 FOR SUPERIOR LEVELS OF COMFORT SERVICE AND HOSPITALITY.
UNIQUE ACCOMMODATION IN AN OLD COACHING INN WHICH DATES BACK TO 1614. THE ORIGINAL THATCHED ROOF STILL HOUSES OUR ...
The Marerosa is one of the most popular eating houses in Bangor. Situated off the top of Main street along
Abbey street, the restaurant is divided into two parts, a sit in section and a neighbouring takeaway division. Both ...
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