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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      Ireland, you beauty!

      A travel blog entry by rach-sarahs-oe on Apr 17, 2013

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      ... you know!
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