The Cairn Bay Lodge

Address: 278 Seacliff Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 5HS, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 278 Seacliff Road, Bangor, is near Pickie Family Fun Park, Ballyholme Beach, North Down Heritage Centre, and Marine Gardens Coastal Walk.
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    Travel Blogs from Bangor

    Day 4 in Ireland - Giants Causeway

    A travel blog entry by kupkah on Oct 09, 2013

    Flat Stanley spent much of the day braving 50 mph wind to visit the the Giants Causeway - a shore covered with hexagonal basalt pillars of various height. Legend has it that the giant Finn McCool built these columns as part of a bridge so he could go fight another giant over in Scotland. Finn was 54 ft. Tall as estimated by the size of a shoe he lost running back home when he found out that the Scottish giant was bigger than ...

    Belfast the divided city

    A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Sep 18, 2013

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... the road to our hotel and the street was blocked off. There was a demonstration taking place right on the doorstep of our hotel. The Irish government just began budget talks where they will deal with huge financial issues. The Irish senate bulding is just across from our hotel. We entered our hotel from the back entrance and got our room. Our room on the second floor overlooked the entire demonstration. Needless to say..i video taped most of the ...

    Ayr to Belfast

    A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 03, 2013

    15 photos

    The car needed to be returned to Cairnryan ferry terminal by 10:00 and as it was an hour and a half from Ayr we made an early start to the day. The drive along the coast was very pleasant and we said our fondest goodbyes to Scotland as we drove through each little town which displays the words "haste ye back" as you leave.

    Returning the car, booking our cases onto the ferry all went seamlessly and we sat down to await our ...

    Farewell To The Green

    A travel blog entry by linda.pestes.7 on Sep 17, 2012

    32 photos

    We had a great last few days in Belfast. Shuttle came and picked us up at our hotel at 9:30 for our day trip to Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge and the Giant's Causeway. It was a pleasant trip along the coast road, where we stopped frequently for photo ops along the way. I've posted a few pics of various places. There is a pic of what is called the most photographed church in may notice it has no steeple...huge windstorm ...

    Heading up north

    A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Mar 26, 2012

    30 photos

    ... s primary money-makers are tourism, pharmceutical, and IT industries. In fact, during the 90's Ireland was known as the Celtic Tiger and offered rediculous tax rates to software companies, who flocked to Ireland. Now those companies are unfortunately packing up and heading out of Dodge to places with lower labor costs.

    Our next stop was to get ahead and see...a head. Actually, the preserved head of ...