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 Tower House.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangor

    The Irish Connection

    A travel blog entry by karsenault on May 17, 2015

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    ... what I remember from traveling around Ireland the first time. As we rolled around beautiful Holywood and into Bangor, Brian pointed out all the lovely B&B's that were available, noting that were we to come back, they would be nice places to stay. "Is that a hint?" we teased him, as we hadn't even been there a day and already he was trying to get rid of us! That would become a continuous joke during our time there.

    Ireland feels like a hundred tiny towns ...

    Terri's Birthday and the Giant's Causeway

    A travel blog entry by afromont on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... and we spent about an hour, amongst the throngs of sightseers, hopping around on the hexagonal rocks, taking in the sea air and views, and taking photos too.

    We arrived back at Shirley's around 6pm and had burgers, lots more wine, and watched the World Cup Final with the older generation of relatives - my parents, and my Aunty Dorothy and Uncle Jack. Final goodbyes were said then, and we're off this morning back to the mainland UK.

    Beautiful Belfast

    A travel blog entry by karatedude99999 on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... can last forever. The Good Friday Agreement, part of a massive peace process that went on throughout the 90's, would largely put an end to the conflict, and Ireland today is quite peaceful. The Troubles have made a huge impression however, not only in Ireland but across the UK and the world. In North America, insurgencies are something that happen far away in Afghanistan and Iraq, but here in Britain a large and bloody conflict happened right at home.


    Boxing Day in Belfast

    A travel blog entry by jennyhogue on Dec 26, 2013

    Slow morning - another fry up! Into Bangor town. Cody bought a wee Shetland wool jersey. Then to visit aunt Lilly (Eugenia's mums sister). She lives at 7 fort st and has lived there all her life. Two bedroom house - 15 kids were raised there. Lilly was saying how good it would have been to have three ...

    Guinness and potatoes

    A travel blog entry by ssharp on Jul 30, 2013

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    ... at Billy's bar -The Stadium Bar. The tour outlined the troubles that took place in Belfast. The murals throughout the Shankill and the Falls roads paint a sad and violent picture of the past, as well as keeping the simmering tensions still there today at the forefront of your mind. The Peace Line (a large fence, bigger than the Berlin Wall) separates the Protestants and Catholics. At 10pm each night, the gates close between the two and you cannot get through ...