Germor Bangor Germor, Maes Isalaw, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 1DL

"We are a Small Bed and Breakfast establishment BUT With the biggest Breakfast around PROBABLY !"

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Welsh Dragon

Germor

Maes Isalaw, Bangor, Gwynedd, North Wales, LL57 1DL

Telephone: 01248 364386

Double room from £40.00
Twin room from £45.00
Single Room from £25.00

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Germor, Bangor, Front of Building, 13K


We are a Small Bed and Breakfast establishment BUT With the biggest Breakfast around (PROBABLY !)


Situated directly over the Menai Strait, we pride ourselves on running a small but very friendly and comfortable guest house.

We are in a delightful location overlooking Hirael Bay and the Menai Strait with excellent views overlooking Anglesey with Puffin Island and the Great Orme towards Llandudno.

Whether you are here for business or pleasure, you can always be sure of a very warm welcome at all times.

The guest house accommodates one double bedroom, one family bedroom with a double and single bed ( with extra optional bed ) and a single bedroom, all with central heating, remote control colour TV (plus DVD player and FREEVIEW) and tea & coffee making facilities.

We serve a large Welsh breakfast (some previous guests call it an all day breakfast - ie. it lasts all day). We also cater for Vegetarians.

Off road car parking is available and we welcome cyclists and motor bikers, in fact we have a secure garage for cycles and motor bikes.


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Bangor

'Germor' is ideally located for visiting Bangor University. It's only about 10 - 15 minutes walk to most of the main departments. And nearby is Bangor Cathedral which dates back to the 4th Century.

Bangor itself is a very compact University City where most ameneties are only a few minutes walk away from each other.

The location of 'Germor' makes it an ideal centre point for visiting or exploring the local area around Bangor.

One can go for a leisurly walk on Bangor's famous Victorian Pier where one can admire the panoramic view of some of the mountains of Snowdonia.

If you are young at heart there is a reasonable nightlife with lively pubs and Disco-pubs-clubs such as the Octagon Disco club and Barrels Disco pub.

Also there are various Restaurants and a good shopping centre where one can get whatever you want. Bangor claims to have the longest High Street in Wales.

  • The Bridge
Germor, Bangor, Bridge, 6K

The Isle of Anglesey ( Ynys Mon ) is accessed by crossing the famous Telford's Suspension Bridge which crosses the Menai Straits, or further West by crossing the Britannia Bridge.

In less than 5 minutes further on is the famous village with the longest name in Britain


  • Snowdonia and Beaches
Germor, Bangor, Snowdonia and Beaches, 5K

Further afield but not very far away are the splendid mountains of the Snowdonia National Park which is dominated by impressive mountain ranges.

In about 15 minutes by car one can be amidst in its splendour.

Leave the car and walk up the many mountain footpaths, or if you dont feel like walking, take the famous Mountain Railway to the peak of Snowdon.

Germor, Bangor, Beaches, 5K

The beautiful Llyn Peninsula is about an hour's drive away and down here one can meander down hedgelined lanes and not see any sign of life until one goes round a corner and suddenly there is life (but a very secluded one at that).

Not far away are also the varied types of beaches that can be found on the Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Mon -The Mother of Wales) and a bit further afield (but not too far) in the County of Gwyneddare many other fine beaches to suit all tastes.

  • Castles
Many of the World's famous castles are within easy reach of Bangor.

Edward 1's fortresses can be seen at Caernarfon (14 kms), Conwy (20 kms), Beaumaris (11 kms) and Harlech (60 kms) to name but a few of North Wales' wonderful castles

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By car (from the South) (Express route)
Come off the M54 and use A5 for about 12 miles then take A483 (Wrexhan/Chester) to A55.

Proceed down A55 North Wales coast express until you reach the Bangor slip road.

Proceed over roundabout (follow Bangor signs) and drive for 2 miles.

As you enter Bangor there is a harbour on the right hand side, "GERMOR" is on the left just 50 metres before theNELSON PUB.

By car (from the South) (Scenic route)
Come off the M54 and use A5 all the way to Bangor.

This route is a bit slower but it is well worth the effort to see just a bit of the glorious North Wales scenery of mountains and lakes of the Snowdonia National Park.

As you enter Bangor there is a harbour on the right hand side, "GERMOR" is on the left just 50 metres before the NELSON PUB.

By car (from the North)
As you come off the M56 get onto the A55 and proceed down the A55 North Wales coast express until you reach the Bangor slip road.Proceed over roundabout (follow Bangor signs) and drive for about 2 miles.

As you enter Bangor there is a harbour on the right hand side, "GERMOR" is on the left just 50 metres before the NELSON PUB.

By Train
Bangor is very well serviced by the railway network (main London / Holyhead / Ireland) line.

A taxi can be had from Bangor Railway Station for less than £2:00 and sometimes with pre-arrangements I shall personally pick you up from the Railway Station free of charge.

By Coach
Bangor is very well serviced by the National Coach Service and a taxi can be had for less than £2:00 and sometimes with pre-arrangements I shall personally pick you up from the Coach Station free of charge.


Germor, Bangor, Map, 3K


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