We offer 10 well appointed rooms with magnificent views of the harbour and its surroundings. Located within walking distance of the bus and train stations, town centre, and marina, Ennislare House has private parking and is an approved Northern Ireland Tourist Board member. Our rooms are traditionally furnished, with lovely bedding and good facilities. The guest house also has a high speed internet connection. Guests are assured of a warm Irish welcome when they come to Ennislare House bed and breakfast. Hearty breakfasts are happily provided in the mornings to set you up for a full day in Bangor and the surrounding areas. We are just minutes walk from Bangor city centre and only 20 minutes from some of Belfast s most exciting offerings such as the magnificent Waterfront Hall, the Odyssey Arena and the new Titanic Quarter. The lunar landscape of the Giant s Causeway, lurking below the gaunt sea wall where the land ends, must have struck wonder into the hearts of the ancient Irish. There are many lovely walking trails as well as riding paths. Dundrum Castle is a fine example of castles built by the Normans. It was constructed by John de Courcy, the Norman conqueror of north east Ireland. It was built around the same time as Carrickfergus Castle (1180) and provides breathtaking views of the Mourne Mountains. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum contains cottages, farmhouses, churches, mills and other buildings providing an insight into life in Ulster from the last century. The museum of transport contains collections depicting the history of Irish railway and also an exhibition on the famous liner, the Titanic, built in Belfast at the Harland and Wolff shipyard. There is much to see and to explore in this part of the world, and Ennislare House is a great place from which to base yourself to enjoy the sites.
Excellent breakfasts - very tasty!
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food was good. We liked the staff.
The room was cold. We forgot to bring a hot water bottle. the room had three windows and was cold.
Very friendly, family run Guest House. The rooms have been upgraded and modernised since our last visit 2 years ago.Irish breakfast was great
There was no alarm clock in the bedroom, but we forgot to check if the TV had this facility.
As is the norm in all of Ireland, I found everybody to be very friendly, polite and helpful. It all added up to a very pleasant stay.
I didn't like the fact that I only had three nights there. Longer would have been good.
the staff went out of their way to be helpful. Breakfasts were excellent. The location was very central for Bangor.
We had the family room very spacious and clean
Very friendly manageress,sea view
Room had basic decor. / furnishings, in need of minor repairs and modernisation.
It was a nice relaxed atmosphere, everyone was very friendly and helpful and the breakfasts were lovely
The only thing was that the hot water wasn't very hot some nights. One night it was just tepid.
Owner and staff very friendly and obliging. Good room and excellent ensuite
Hospitality, proximity to marina & town, and of course the breakfast.
The single attic room I stayed in had very noisy pipework (water) running through the room.