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Crawfordsburn Country Park

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A walk in the park

Lovely park, worth the visit. Walk through the woods from the Crawfordsborn Inn. Or you can park in... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Michael John K
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Bangkok, Thailand
Great park, lovely beach and shore walk

Extensive park with cafe and visitor centre. This time we walked to Bangor and back along the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
theis
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Kelvedon, Essex, UK
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“coastal path”(27 reviews)
“helen's bay”(13 reviews)
“dog walkers”(14 reviews)
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Bridge Road South | Helen's Bay, Bangor BT19 1JT, Northern Ireland
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All reviewscoastal pathhelen's baydog walkersgreat countrybeautiful scenerylove this placelovely beachpicnic areaplenty of spacesandy beachesgreat place for a walkclean beachtoilet facilitiescoffee shopsconesfresh airnice cafe
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited here hoping to visit the waterfall. There is plenty of car parking available so once parked we made our way to the visitor centre hoping to find out how to get to the waterfall. The visitor centre had some interesting sections and good stuff...More

Thank Shellyannpan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Pleasant location if it wasnt for selfish irresponsible dog owners who allow their dogs to bark loudly and repeatedly by teasing them with sticks and stones before throwing them in the water for the dogs to run after. No thought or consideration for other users,...More

Thank majones085
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely park, worth the visit. Walk through the woods from the Crawfordsborn Inn. Or you can park in the lot by the beach.

Thank Michael John K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Extensive park with cafe and visitor centre. This time we walked to Bangor and back along the coastal path. Great views and no steep gradients, though able opportunities for scrambling on the various beaches, as desired.

Thank theis
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

If your looking somewhere to walk the dog& keep kids amused go to crawfordsburn park.lovely walk if they take their bikes there's a track they can cycle on.or play on the beach there's also an alcove with another beach..theres also a cafe to nip into...More

Thank roxyelvis10
Reviewed 19 August 2018

Visited Crawfordsburn CP recently. What a gem. Excellent car parks with the best signage in NI. Exceptionally clean on a busy summer saturday. Good selection of food in a bright and airy cafe. Small museum captured the essence of the area show the Scottish connection....More

Thank Patrick F
Reviewed 8 August 2018 via mobile

I have eaten at this restaurant before but I feel that the standards have dropped. My friend and I both had the Sunday lunch, we asked for rare beef but it was covered in gravy, so we were unable to see the meat. We were...More

1  Thank Ann L
Reviewed 7 August 2018 via mobile

Took a trip to crawfordsburn country park to pass the time and wasn’t disappointed, the views are amazing, lovely walk ways and hidden paths to go along, a lot of path ways are stoney and not suitable for prams or buggies, friendly people walking about...More

Thank Matthew M
Reviewed 7 August 2018

We visited the Park recently with 2 of our grandchildren and had a great day exploring the park and nearby beaches. We had lunch at the Visitors Centre and were surprised and delighted by the quality of the food. Our granddaughter had the deep fried...More

Thank Lizconsultant
Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

Great family day out and it's free . Great walks through the forest and plenty of wood carvings for the children to look at . Also the cafe on sight is excellent

1  Thank JCB_18062013
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Response from Guinness41 | Reviewed this property |
Hi ya, as far as i am aware there is no room, but there is a coffee shop beside it.
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