The Cairn Bay Lodge

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 ...

    Tidily dee

    A travel blog entry by paulepay on Jul 17, 2013

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    Dublin to Belfast Hello peoples, here we are Day 3 of the wonderful mystery tour. Woke up this morning bright and early and had ordered breakfast in the room so we could hit the road early. Breakfast was grand with black and white sausage (no comments please) poached eggs mushrooms, bacon and a grilled tomato, after this start we didn't have lunch today just a cup of tea, Irish of course. It was sad to leave our castle but it had to be done, ...

    Being an account of a few wee fight between giants

    A travel blog entry by alexandsonia on Jun 17, 2012

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    ... Equally pointless is the 'prom' or the 'promonade' in one of the larger towns. This town is a retirement town, not too much happening, except on Sunday nights when people polish up their cars and come to drive their cars up and down the street. No joke. They do laps, and the street is one huge traffic jam. But that's okay because you have these trying to look tough teens 'going to the prom' every week. Just saying. There's also a wee bit of a dialect quirk in ...

    Home sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on Oct 04, 2011

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... you know!
    Mean while, as it has been harvest season, dad and Marcelo have been making various chutneys and preserves. Dad even made rosehip syrup! Oh...and of course, MINCE PIES from Marcelo...yummy. (Won't get any where we are ...

    Day 6/ Belfast Tour with Ulster Scots

    A travel blog entry by wolfa on Jun 08, 2011

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    ... Language group to meet others. One man actually went to Pittsburgh twice.

    After the office tour we went to Elfie's, a famous little restaurant. It is famous for their soda and potato bread. I got fish and chips though it was fabulous.

    We then headed to IFA which is the office of northern Ireland football. It was neat to see their jerseys and all the history behind the football in northern Ireland. It was also the house where the maker of the titanic lived.
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