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Highlights in Bangor
- Beautiful views with a lot of culture
- Dreamlike tours with a lot of nature
- Very popular places to see
- A beautiful pier that will leave you breathless
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With amazing views, this place won't disappoint - plenty of activities available for you, your family or even your partner! The origins of the UK's liveliest town are very interesting, and you'll soon find out all about it! The meaning of the name Bangor is an old Welsh word for a walled enclosure - you'll see some of the coolest sights you've ever seen! The current cathedral is a slightly more recent building and has been extensively modified over the centuries, although the building itself is not the oldest, and certainly not the largest! We invite you to come and enjoy this beautiful place as soon as possible!Beautiful holiday rentals perfect to make you feel at home!
We have a great variety of holiday rentals where you can stay, very comfortable, cosy and perfect to stay in the morning before going out to do many activities, or even very comfortable for when you want to rest at night after so much fun! With beautiful gardens ready for your rest, beautiful rooms out of a magazine of luxurious but rural houses! The communal areas are designed to give you a whole new experience on this beautiful journey! Bangor is located on the North Wales coast, the town of Menai Bridge is just across the Sound. The people here are characterized by their friendliness and friendliness! They are perfect to make your stay more comfortable for you!
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Visit a beautiful castle on the west of Bangor! Penrhyn Castle is characterized by its 19th century fantasy. This Anglo-Norman castle is situated between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. The elaborate and seductive architecture of the castle makes it look exquisite. You can see the history of this place in its vast rooms, beautiful Victorian kitchens and beautiful staircases. Not only does it have splendidly preserved furnishings and magnificent interior fittings, the Castle is also home to one of the largest art collections in Wales! It will leave you open-mouthed. The extensive grounds of the castle offer a stunning aesthetic view of the North Wales coastline! Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity!Visit a Pier of your dreams!
Visit a beautiful castle on the west of Bangor! Penrhyn Castle is characterized by its 19th century fantasy. This Anglo-Norman castle is situated between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait. The elaborate and seductive architecture of the castle makes it look exquisite. You can see the history of this place in its vast rooms, beautiful Victorian kitchens and beautiful staircases. Not only does it have splendidly preserved furnishings and magnificent interior fittings, the Castle is also home to one of the largest art collections in Wales! It will leave you open-mouthed. The extensive grounds of the castle offer a stunning aesthetic view of the North Wales coastline! Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity!
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For the most loving families who love to see their little ones happy and full of new experiences, we have Dr Zigs Extraordinary Bubble World! It's the new and very popular adventure located in beautiful Bangor countryside, just off the A55. Come and enjoy a great bubble experience, play on their great interactive pirate ship and enjoy a coffee and some healthy food in our new Bubble Café. You can buy their highly acclaimed and award-winning bubble toys, learn how to make giant bubbles and, weather permitting, be entertained by some really impressive giant bubble displays. From their beautiful headquarters it is possible to enjoy beautiful scenic walks down to the Menai Strait through the Glan Faenol National Park. The laughs and real fun you expect are undoubtedly guaranteed!Bangor for couples
Visit the charming and romantic Beaumaris Castle on the Isle of Anglesey! It is the most powerful structure with two rings of walls, one inside the other. It was the last of the castles to be built in Wales for King Edward I of England. Not only that, but it was part of a formidable building programme to keep the rebellious Welsh population at bay. Visit this magnificent work of art and explore it with your partner! Before venturing inside, take a tour of the moat. You can take a self-guided tour of the immense structure. See the still imposing ramparts, towers and sentry boxes. See the narrow slits through which the castle's occupants would have been able to throw stones, burnt oil, arrows and other objects at attackers. Stroll along the walkways and see the latrine chute, located near the castle entrance. It is definitely perfect for couples who love to visit historical sites!
Bangor's most famous cathedral is dedicated to the Celtic St Deiniol, who founded a famous church there, for the community was a leading centre of Christianity. The cathedral, built during the 12th and 13th centuries, and its present structure, was extensively restored in 1866.
Top 5 travel tips in Bangor
Visit the radiant and very curious Eisenhower Pier in Bangor, it's the perfect place to soak up the culture, eat and enjoy the views! It serves as a berth for the larger ships that visit the city. The pier is also home to some rather scaly guillemots, which seem to come and go as they please. Fishing and boat trips along the coast are also an option and are organized from the pier by Bangor Boat Tours. There is also a smaller pier at the entrance, known as the Long Hole, which was once used for mooring smaller boats, only today it seems more for dog walkers and seagulls.2. Let yourself be swept away by this radiant park
Take a slight detour to Ward Park, which is more like a traditional city centre park, with ponds and ducks, and people feeding the ducks. There are even graceful and beautiful aviaries with more exotic birds. Ward Park covers 37 acres and among its attractions are a children's playground, all-weather hockey pitches, cricket pitch, radiant and beautiful bowling greens, putting green and tennis courts! Other highlights include the War Memorial Monument and a submarine cannon which is great to swing upside down from. Fun fact. A few years ago (2005), drunks broke into the bird cages and killed 24 chickens and a peacock - a real treat.3. Take a visit to this stunning place!
For those arriving by bus or train, the first image of Bangor will probably be the Castle Park, which is located directly opposite the two stations. Take a stroll through the castle park, which is more of a wooded area than your typical pretty, urban park. There are plenty of activities to do, like watching the glorious duck and swan ponds, having a bite to eat and much more! It's quite nice for a romantic stroll, and you'll probably come across some dog walkers along the way, or even squirrels, plus, for the big botany buffs, there are lots of interesting trees scattered throughout the park, Castle Park is also home to the North Down Museum!4. Satisfy yourself with great food!
If you're looking for a good place to eat, don't worry! You can easily head to the busy High Street and find a cosy and informal café called Blue Sky. It is very famous for its delicious food. Most of the food served at the café is made with organic ingredients. A burger with Moroccan lamb inside or pasta with meatballs should satisfy your appetite. A selection of drinks are also served, such as liquors, hot chocolates, coffee and juices!5. Take a beautiful walk that will leave you spellbound!
We hope you can have the walk of your dreams and surrounded by the beauty of nature, you won't feel tired, and you won't care how long you have walked. You can make a nature retreat in Bangor by taking a scenic walk on the North Wales Trail, which stretches from North East Wales to Bangor. The total distance of the trail is quite extensive, but we can assure you that you won't get bored. If you are interested in connecting with nature, this place is totally for you! Along the way, you will encounter lush vegetation and rolling hills.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bangor
How much do the holiday lettings in Bangor cost on average?
The coronavirus has severely impacted the travel industry. Based on our 2020 data, Bangor has an annual average price of £134.11 per night.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in Bangor?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that allow you to save the most in Bangor are September, December, and March, with average prices of £117.59, £124.54 and £126.19, respectively.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Bangor?
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of July (£153.99), June (£145.68), and May (£139.74).
Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Bangor?
It's worthwhile if you book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Bangor, as only 31% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in Bangor are November (the average amount of properties that are free reached 75.5% of the total in 2020), December (48.75%), and March (45%).
When are fewer lettings available?
The accommodations in Bangor reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 4.5%. The second most requested month is July, with 9.6%, and the third is September with 10%.
How many holiday lettings does Holidu have in Bangor?
In Bangor we work with 3 different providers to give you a choice of 120 properties, so you will not be short of options!