Auld Pickie Bed & Breakfast

Address: 4 -5, BT35 9AA, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT20 3TE, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4 -5, BT35 9AA, Bangor, is near Belleek Pottery Ltd and Forkhill Open Farm.
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      Travel Blogs from Bangor

      Another country - almost. Another ferry!

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 09, 2014

      ... to form the Mulberry Harbour. So interesting to complete the chain of information via panels in the waiting hall.

      We had a very smooth 2 hour crossing to Belfast. Decided not to try to "see" Belfast so drove through the city, past City Hall and out the east side to a camp on a farm at Craigavon, not far from Lough Neagh, largest lake in Europe after Lake ...

      Majestic Mourne Mountains

      A travel blog entry by traveled on Sep 02, 2014

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      ... taller mountain. The climb was extremely steep, so we had to take it slowly, but it was a beautiful view. Once we made it to the top, we were rewarded by a great view of the city below, where we had stood only a few hours earlier. We rested for a while, ate some biscuits [or cookies] then began the descent back down. This was without a doubt my favorite day - a difficult and challenging climb with a rewarding view in a gorgeous environment. If ...

      Portrush to Dundalk via Antrim Coast

      A travel blog entry by hurricane4815 on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... Cushendall. From Cushendall, three roads lead to the National Trust coastal village of Cushendun. From Cushendun a scenic road via Torr Head, (The nearest point to Scotland, just ten miles,) leads to Ballycastle. From Ballycastle to road continues via the World Heritage Giants Causeway and the town of Bushmills and its ...

      The Long Road Home!

      A travel blog entry by m00nman72 on Sep 13, 2012

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      ... every one of you who sponsored us. I know you agree that the Robin Menary Foundation is a very worthwhile trust and as I hope you have seen, we earned every penny. We wish all of Robin's family every success for the future as you continue to raise awareness for Brain Tumour Research, we are with you every step of the way...


      Neil Armstrong and Craig McGuicken

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      Buen Camino!

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      More Sea Trials

      A travel blog entry by simoncole on Oct 07, 2011

      ... dragged us back to the side!

      Well I have looked at the weather for tomorrow and its similar to today, it's 35NM to Ardglass and the wind and tide would be with us if we left quite early....well early for me! So I think I will make a run for it, the wind is dropping over the weekend, so I could make it quite a long way
      down the Irish Coast by the beginning of the week....well that's the plan!

      I'll let you know how I got on
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