Hebron House

Address: 68 Princetown Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 3TD, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 68 Princetown Road, Bangor, is near Pickie Family Fun Park, North Down Heritage Centre, Marine Gardens Coastal Walk, and Sunken Gardens and North Pier.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangor

    Ferry, Family, Ferrans and Fairs

    A travel blog entry by afromont on Jul 12, 2014

    37 photos

    ... and the girls, with Terri, their second cousin, wandered around the marina and pier area, where they found a funfair and did all the rides for less than $50, a total contrast to Alton Towers, and some of the rides were almost as good!

    The kids then went swimming in the local pool, which had fantastic slides and put any of the pools in Auckland in the shade. I was surprised to see that the gym classes were all Les Mills - ...

    Guinness and potatoes

    A travel blog entry by ssharp on Jul 30, 2013

    14 photos

    ... and their 2 children living on the site in a massive home. Steven's oldest son Steven (it appears the use of one name is repeated throughout this side of the family) also lives on the site in another house. We met Billy's wife Lorraine, quickly put our bags in our room and went out for dinner to a Chinese place. Today we went for a drive through the Shankill, a long road here in Belfast, where Billy has even more buildings/properties. He took us out for ...

    Highlands, Lowlands & the Land of the Leprechauns

    A travel blog entry by binky89 on Apr 24, 2013

    ... and working class feel to its architecture. The buildings feel like they have a purpose. Solid, Dependable. There are signs of what the locals refer to as "The Troubles" the period of discord between the English Protestants, Irish Catholics and the third group just known as "the Northern Irish". You can still see graffiti, flags and banners around certain parts of town proclaiming for one side or another. This would have been a very scary place to be back ...

    The Belfast "Peace Wall"

    A travel blog entry by djsheed on Jul 22, 2012

    63 photos

    ... to as “Peace Wall.” I thought, this sounds intriguing; perhaps it is a place in which the two sides have undertaken a joint effort to show reconciliation. I asked someone either in downtown Belfast or at the bus stop in Dublin if there was some wall that I thought I heard about, I remember that the person said no, I now wonder if this was on purpose.

    Even all the touristy maps and such don’t extend beyond the downtown area proper. I now think it might ...

    New Plymouth reunion in Ireland.

    A travel blog entry by marinovich2011 on May 26, 2011

    3 comments, 23 photos

    ... Wow what a cool place. Majorly exciting for science nerds - I could have spent all day there. As could have luka. We only had a couple of hours so it was z super quick scoot around. Worth a look anyone heading to Belfast.
    Last but not least, to find a nice pub for dinner. Leave it to Sean Cunningham to sniff out a good spot. Thank you Sean what a winner. We all had a fab dinner including the kids. A lovely way to finish off Ireland.
    Great to see you all ...