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Pocket Guide: 3 Stars Hotels in Bangor
Bangor has built up an enviable reputation in recent years and is the perfect base for exploring County Down and the wider attractions of Northern Ireland. The town has lots of three star hotels offering great accommodation at very affordable prices so it will be easy finding somewhere great to stay.
A thriving, fashionable Victorian seaside resort, Bangor has become one of the most desirable places to live in Northern Ireland. Its revamped seafront and redeveloped marina have boosted the town’s fortunes and most of the resort’s three star hotels overlook them.
Hotels with a View
If you choose to stay in one of the three star hotels overlooking the seafront you will be able to soak up some fantastic views of Belfast Lough.
Bangor, a popular out-of-town destination for city commuters, is often described as Northern Ireland’s answer to Brighton. It has a discerning clientele to cater for, and its wide range of hotels pride themselves on their high standards.
County Down’s picturesque coastline can be easily explored from Bangor and, once you’ve finished for the day, you can relax and enjoy a drink or two in one of the hotel gardens or bars before settling down for dinner.
Hotels for Family Fun
As you would expect from a well-heeled resort popular with some of Northern Ireland’s wealthiest residents, Bangor has a great mix of restaurants, bars and pubs. This means any adults paying a visit will be more than happy, but youngsters will love Bangor too. Once you have tried out the beach and hopped on board a boat trip from the marina, pay a visit to the Pickie Family Fun Park. A good old-fashioned entertainment complex, the park’s pedal boats, adventure playground, karts, amusements and miniature steam train will keep children entertained for hours.
Located east of Bangor, Ballyholme Bay has a fine sandy beach flanked by green open spaces, which are perfect for youngsters to play in.
Close to Your Hotel
Well connected to Belfast by rail and road, Bangor is just 13 miles from Northern Ireland’s capital and its diverse range of attractions.
A 30-minute drive on the A2 past Belfast brings you to Hillsborough, a historic village home to antique shops, charming tearooms, an old fort and a lake brimming with trout. Nature lovers should also head for Strangford Lough, which plays host to a wide range of birds in the warmer months and vast flocks of geese in the winter.
Nestling to the east of Bangor, the fishing village of Groomsport has a picturesque harbour overlooked by a row of cottages, one of which has been restored to show how a fisherman would have lived in years gone by.
Find the Perfect Hotel
There is so much to see and do in and around Bangor and you need to make sure you experience everything that one of Northern Ireland’s most vibrant towns has to offer. When it comes to accommodation, you can rest assured that you will have little trouble finding a hotel that is perfect for you, no matter what your tastes and budget might be.