Northern Ireland’s capital makes for a surprisingly arty city break, with convivial and cosy pubs, elegant architecture and cutting-edge cuisine.
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Bangor, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom (UK)|www.irishlandmark.com|
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Built in 1848, this enchanting 3-storey stone tower rich in local legend, sleeps just 2.
Stone walls, spiral staircases, panelled ceilings and single-floor octagonal rooms combine to create a homely, castle-esque atmosphere.
Stand on the parapet for spectacular views of the surrounding rolling hills, home to some excellent walks.
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