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Beresford House
45-46 Queens parade
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BT20 3BH

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Beresford House is a recently refurbished small boutique-style guesthouse just 7 miles from Bangor Airport. Set in a picturesque row of stunning Victorian town houses overlooking the Marina we are within easy walking distance of local amenities. We have 12 ensuite rooms, a lift to all floors and offer a friendly and personalised service in contemporary and relaxed surroundings.All our contemporary bedrooms are ensuite with comfy beds, a flat screen TV, wireless internet access for laptop users (small charge applies), hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities and have been carefully designed to provide comfort and relaxation at an affordable price.Some of our rooms have bay windows with spectacular views over the lighthouse, the seafront, the Pickie Pool and Bangor's famous marina complex and you can relax with drinks in our Bayview Lounge or Garden Terrace before taking a 5 minute stroll into the town centre. We offer a choice of morning refreshments in our breakfast room, including a hearty cooked breakfast or an alternative healthy continental option.Bangor has a selection of traditional and modern restaurants and eateries to suit everyone's taste and our friendly staff are happy to recommend and make a reservation for you. There is also a vibrant nightlife, cinema complex, bars, clubs and various sporting activities such as sailing, golf and bowling within a 10 minute walk.


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