Strangford Arms Hotel

Address: 92 Church Street, Newtownards, County Down, Northern Ireland, BT23 4AL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 92 Church Street, Newtownards, is near Ark Open Farm, Dundonald International Ice Bowl, Somme Heritage Centre, and Bangor Abbey.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsStrangford Arms Hotel Newtownards

          Reviewed by kdelaronde

          The door was broken but a nice manager fixed it

          Reviewed Mar 21, 2016
          by (1 review) Selkirk , Canada Flag of Canada

          Thanks manager

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Strangford Arms Hotel Newtownards

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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          A travel blog entry by jrklein3 on Aug 22, 2014

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          A travel blog entry by b.wing on May 30, 2014

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          We spent all morning at the Titanic Museum. It covered a wide range of subjects, starting with Belfast's different industries and sources of economy, following with a quick history of ship manufacturing, explaining about the building of the three Olympic-class ships and finally going into the details of what happened on the day the Titanic sank. There were witness ...

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          ... chosen to tour on the Saturday instead of the Friday! Lucky charms!!! I actually wished that I was wearing shorts!

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          A travel blog entry by cissygapyear on Aug 27, 2013

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          ... I am away, I will be writing blogs in French and German as well - see below!

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          A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 15, 2013

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          We didn't know what to expect in Belfast so had no expectations of what we would see or do. Our guide, Norman, picked us up at 9am for a full tour of the city. Belfast used to be a significant ship building port up until 25 years ago. The ill-fated Titanic was built here in 1911. Along the dock are two giant cranes (Sampson and Goliath), which are the largest cranes in the world. The dock used to employ 30,000 workers and sadly now ...