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Pocket Guide: Banbridge
When you’re looking for accommodation that suits your style and your budget, Banbridge obliges in style. The town has a sprinkling of comfortable hotels, welcoming guesthouses and bed and breakfasts that promise to meet the needs of all types of visitors.
Most of the accommodation options can be found near the centre of town, and come in the shape of simple yet stylish hotels housed in converted Georgian inns, handsome manor houses and family-run lodgings that offer all the usual creature comforts.
Whichever you choose, you’ll be handily situated if you want to enjoy Banbridge’s shops, restaurants and pubs, take relaxing walks in Solitude Park, catch a movie at the four-screen cinema, or play a round or two at Banbridge Golf Course.
For visitors planning to fly to the Banbridge region via any of the four nearby airports — George Best Belfast City Airport, Belfast International Airport, City of Derry or Dublin — finding a suitable place to stay should be quick and easy.
Whichever airport you fly into, you’ll discover a wide spread of nearby accommodation ideal for enjoying convenient stopovers after your arrival or before your return flight.
Hotels for Making the Most of Banbridge
If you want to concentrate your energies on Banbridge, you can select from the handful of hotels situated around Newry Street and Rathfriland Road to the south of the river Bann.
That way, you’ll be free to hit Banbridge’s shops on a whim and make use of the shuttle buses that run from Newry Street to the Outlet Village, with its big name stores, should you hanker after a designer shopping spree. You’ll also have carte blanche to dip into the fresh Irish food and home cooking on offer at the town’s bistros, grills and bars, and soak up some legendary Northern Irish hospitality at the pubs and nightspots come evening.
Hotels Around Banbridge
If it’s scenery, history or outdoor sport you’re after, you could consider staying out of town in the countryside around Banbridge.
One look at a map turns up a variety of accommodation options, spanning luxury country clubs, plush manor house hotels and upmarket B&Bs, some with glorious rural views. The choice also extends to homely guest lodges and charming rental properties such as country cottages and converted barns.
Wherever you end up staying, you’ll have miles of rolling landscapes at your fingertips, with attractions such as the engrossing history of the Brontë Homeland — where Patrick Brontë, father of the famous Bronte sisters, hailed from — and the Legananny Dolmen, one of Northern Ireland’s most striking ancient tombs, just a short drive away.
That’s not counting everything else the Banbridge area has up its sleeve. We’re talking about wonderful golf courses, epic cycling and hiking trails, and beauty spots such as Strangford Lough, Tollymore Forest Park and the Silent Valley reservoir. And of course, the rugged peaks of the Mourne Mountains, an Area of Outstanding Beauty famously described as “sweeping down to the sea” in the lyrics of songwriter Percy French.