Visit the coastal town of Bangor
The large town of Bangor is located in the county of County Down in Northern Ireland. The town is only 13 miles away from the capital city of Belfast and is easy to visit with public transport. This town enjoys a mild climate throughout the year so is perfect for a summer or winter getaway with the family, as a couple or as a large group. The coastline is something that attracts many people to Bangor accommodation and is great for those who enjoy walking or hiking, as there are many of different trails. The Northern Down trail is very popular, is 16 miles in length and the unspoilt coastline captivates nearly everyone who visits here. For those after a shorter journey, stroll along the coastline and pick up an ice cream and walk along at your own speed whilst admiring the beautiful Irish Sea.
Holiday homes Bangor and holiday cottages Bangor – there is a lot to explore here
Watersports are very popular for visitors staying in Bangor holiday cottages. Some of the watersports available include jet-skiing, kayaking and sailing. You can do all of these on the great Irish Sea, which borders this coastal town. After a long day of exploring the coast, why not spend the evening in one of the great restaurants available here, or try your hand at Irish cuisine in the comfort of your Bangor accommodation. Irish stew is an extremely hearty but delicious dish, perfect for those chilly winter evenings, and consists of lamb, potatoes, onion and carrots. Bake your own Irish soda bread to go along with the dish! Irish drinks, such as stout and Irish whiskeys, have a long history and must be sampled whilst staying in the properties available under accommodation Bangor.
If you are looking for distinctive landmarks to visit whilst staying in Bangor accommodation, the Bangor Castle is well worth a visit as its historical value is astounding. It is a mansion dating back to the 19th Century and now the County Down council calls this building home. The Ward Park is great for a day out with all the family or you and your friends. Take a picnic along and sit outside during the summer, or take a football or tennis rackets along and soak up the relaxed atmosphere here in this town. If you enjoy a stay here, then plan your next trip to the lively county of Londonderry with its range of cities, towns and villages. Have a great stay in Northern Ireland!