Castle Park covers an area of 130 acres and is named after the impressive Bangor Castle that stands within its grounds. The ... More
Castle Park covers an area of 130 acres and is named after the impressive Bangor Castle that stands within its grounds. The park showcases a wide range of arboreal life, with trees from countries such as Australia, Japan, Spain and Austria. The most famous of these is now a mere stump located near the multiplex and is believed to be the spot where the Duke of Schomberg tethered his horse when his Williamite army landed at Groomsport in 1689. Many sporting events take place in the park, including a Circuit of Ireland rally stage, and various cycling and foot races.
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 ...
Beresford House, a long established guest house on Queen's Parade, has a stunning view over the Marina and bay area
of Bangor. Visitors are within easy access of all the main shopping areas of town Gray's Hill, for antique ...
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