Emmaville - Bangor - County Down - Northern Ireland
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- 5 bedrooms sleeping up to 12
- large family bedroom: two double beds
- double bedroom
- double bedroom
- double bedroom
- double bedroom, ground floor
- one complete bathroom with toilet and wash basin
- one shower room with toilet and wash basin ground floor
- one toilet and wash basin
- large bright comfortable living room area, sea views
- dining/family room with digital tv & dvd player
- first floor drawing room with Sky TV
- fully equipped modern kitchen
- dining space in kitchen as well as dining/family room
- electric oven & hob, microwave
- fridge/freezer, dishwasher
- washing machine & dryer
- ironing facilities
- baby cot & highchair available on request
- sorry no pets & non smoking
Ideally located on the the sea front, Emmaville's extensive accommodation provides outstanding facilities with ample surrounding activities to enable you to enjoy that well deserved break. Recently renovated, decorated and re-furnished, Emmaville has been awarded the maximum Northern Ireland Tourist Board five-star rating.
"Emmaville" is within easy walking distance to all of Bangor's facilities and attractions. Its gardens run down to the famous Ulster Way Coastal path.
Bangor Marina, is one of the largest marinas in all of Ireland and was recently awarded the prestigious 5 Gold Anchor Award. World class sailing events attract visitors from all over the globe.
Bangor seafront development, which includes the marina, has beautiful gardens and a promenade which leads to Pickie Fun Park and the North Down Coastal Path. The Fun Park has an Adventure Playground, with maritime themed equipment, a Paddling Pool and a Miniature Railway which travels around the colourful Fun Park.
Short sea cruises run from Pickie Fun Park. Fishing, bird watching and sight seeing boat trips are also available.
The North Down Coastal Path is one of the finest shoreline walks in Ireland stretching from Holywood to Portvoe near Groomsport. This path takes you along the Bangor sea front to Helen's Bay, with Crawfordsburn Beach on the way.
Ballyholme Beach is a short distance from the heart of Bangor. This mile-long beach leads to the National Trust nature reserve at Ballymacormick Point. Bangor's old world charm is enhanced with all of the modern amenities expected by today's visitors. The location is ideal for walking, golfing, touring, sailing, fishing and is close to all of Bangor's fine restaurants and shops.
"You are welcome to enjoy the freedom and independence of a home away from home" Ann Thompson, Proprietor.
675 - 575
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£100 deposit secures booking with balance payable on arrival.
- check in/out by arrangement
- linen/towels supplied free of charge
- electricity included
- central heating included
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Submitted by owner from cottage guestbook:
Great house, fabulous location. Would love to bring my family for Christmas. Watch this page for my next visit!
Perfect base for family wedding.
What an upgrade! You could watch the marina forever. Great week.
Your house is a credit to you. A very relaxing place. Thank you.
"You only have to look out the window to feel in holiday mode!"
We came over for our wedding and had a wonderful stay, thank you, thank you, thank you"
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