Clandeboye Lodge Hotel

10 Estate Road, Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT19 1UR, United Kingdom | Hotel
Prices starting from $149.00
 

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Day 4 in Ireland - Giants Causeway

A travel blog entry by kupkah

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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 ...

Sligo to Belfast

A travel blog entry by maccaj8

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... Area fantastic, is a shame this area has been no go for so long but good in a way that it is still unspoilt. We have the tour of the town with a guide and then off to the Titanic exhibition, the building looks magnificent has only been opened for a year, am keen to get in, should be a great day tomorrow, as all the other days have been. We encountered our first road block, Peter wanted to take us past Parliament House but there was a function on so we had to ...

6th Travel Post – Belfast, Northern Ireland

A travel blog entry by lorenzo1

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... Castle is out of town several miles, up on the side of the hill, overlooking a nice residential area. The first castle built on the site was in the late 12th century. It and a replacement castle were destroyed. In 1870 a new extravagant residence was built on the same site, and it became named the Belfast Castle. In the mid 1930’s the castle and the estate was donated to the City of Belfast. Since the ...

More Sea Trials

A travel blog entry by simoncole


----- Original Message -----
From: "Vivienne Sullivan"
To: "Simon Cole"
Sent: Friday, October 07, 2011 5:39 PM
Subject: Sea trials


New Crew: Ben, Jeremy, Myles Douglas.

We met up at Kellys cellar in Belfast and spent the night at the Linen hostel. The following morning we caught a taxi to Bangor Marina, where Kantara was. Michael (the engineer) was there and ran through the engine and work that he ...

B is for Belfast

A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal

The bus and ferry from Scotland to Belfast passed without incident. I chatted to a guy on the bus who had just been on a boys weekend, they group must have had an average age of 50 or so, and one guy was still so drunk he couldn't talk, but that didn't stop him chewing the ear of a poor pensioner sitting in front of me. Hilariously, he also fell out of his seat during a particularly enthusiastic part of his story telling, good stuff.
I got to ...

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This hotel, located on 10 Estate Road, Bangor, is near Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Somme Heritage Centre, Ark Open Farm, and Bangor Abbey.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Clandeboye Lodge Hotel Bangor

    Valentines nightmare

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    I would most definatley not recommend the clandeboye lodge hotel to anyone as a place to go for a relaxing or romantic evening meal, why? Well on february 14th 2006 my wife and i booked a table at their restaurant and as it was valentines day i thought my wife would enjoy what atmosphere they had to offer but how wrong was i?

    An honest opinion

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    Interesting opinion on who may have written some of the recent postings in the last review! Some honest observations:-

    Continual refurbishment

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    I have been using the facilities there for the past five years on a monthly basis. The staff are fantastic, if not a little overworked- I go to bed after drinks at 11 and when I get up at 7am the same girl is still on reception! It's the same with the restaurant staff too!

    Always a delight and getting better

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    I have been staying at the Clandeboye since it opened in 1994. I keep returning due to the consistency of the service, the friendliness of the staff, the charming location and the good restaurant. In my most recent stay this October, I was thrilled to see the lovely changes being implemented in the hotel. The hallways have been repapered and recarpeted. The rooms have new sheets, pillows, duvets, bedspreads and curtains plus the bathrooms have been upgraded with granite countertops and bright, modern mirrors (including a separate make-up/shaving mirror). The rooms are all being repainted and new furniture and carpeting are on the way. Staff attentiveness and friendliness are as consistent as ever. Last but not least, I was thrilled to hear that all rooms will shortly have wireless internet access - a real boost for me! I noted with some shock that another hotel guest preferred the Old Inn. This really surprises me given the dark and dingy atmosphere when compared to the Clandeboye. I will continue to return to the warm and welcoming Clandeboye.

    Very Impressed American Visitors!

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    I had my sister and new husband visiting in September and they were mightily impressed with everything about the Clandeboye Lodge. As everybody can see the setting is really special and we got a nice sunny autumnal weekend to see it at its best. The hotel was in pristine condition and my relatives loved the attention they got from the staff, Americans do love their service! Clandeboye was the eprfect base for some touring including the Folk Museum and Royal Belfast for golf. They were over the moon with it all and I was very relieved and appreciative of the part Clandeboye Lodge played as their base.

    They did stay a few days ay my home but I couldnt match the hotel experience!

    Excellent time

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    Stayed at this hotel recently for a wedding, the reception for which was held at the hotel. We really enjoyed our stay. Our room was a good size and comfortable. It had recently been decorated, perhaps in response to previous reviews here?. We found the staff to be very helpful and friendly - especially the bar staff. We only had breakfast at the hotel, and found it to be really good - a view shared by everyone else in our group. If you fancy a walk nearby we would recommend the Coastal Foothpath from Crawfordsburn country park.

    Did the last reviewers stay at the same hotel?

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    The drive from Belfast City to Bangor is lovely. The setting of the Clandeboye Lodge is also lovely. We arrived early and it was great that they had our room ready. However the room itself was a disappointment. The advertised "Double Room" was two single beds pushed together...very uncomfortable. The wallpaper was peeling and the overgrown shrubbery outside the window made the room very dark. In all it was drab and required refurbishment.

    More a Travel Lodge than a luxury hotel

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    Attended a wedding and the food and room were excellent. Hotel room was very average. Clean and quiet and satisfactory to stay in if you are attending a function in the hotel but otherwise I'd give it a miss. Breakfast was poor. Try the Old Inn at Crawfordsburn which is a about a mile away.

    Wonderful Week End Wedding @ Clandeboye

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    Travelled from Scotland by EASYJET to BELFAST. No problems. Arrived at the hotel mid day and were well received by the reception staff.

    Met up with friends later on and had a lovely Dinner. We were very well catered for and nothing was too much trouble. Lovely Breakfast. Superb building. If we have the opportunity we will be back.

    All from 210

    TripAdvisor Reviews Clandeboye Lodge Hotel Bangor

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding