On the Upper Bann river, is off the main Belfast to Dublin road. The wide main street is in three sections with an underpass in the middle: cut in 1834 to enable stage coaches to take the steep hill. The district's famous daughter, Helen Waddell, wrote that Banbridge had a skyline like a medieval town. In the square stands a delightful memorial: four polar bears gazing at Capt. Francis Crozier who died in the act of discovering the North-West Passage. The Newry-Portadown canal follows the road and railway between Poyntz Pass and Scarva. There is a pleasant walk along the wide towpath.
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174 Lurgan Road, Banbridge, BT32 4NR, Co. Down
The hotel has built a reputation for good home cooked food served by a fine team of friendly staff. The Aim of the hotel is to continually offer a high standard of cuisine which encompasses an array of traditional and current menu dishes.
69 Ballynafoy Rd, Ballinaskeagh, Banbridge, BT32 5DN, Co. Down
The Bronte Steak House is situated in the Banbridge area off the A1 dual carriageway, three miles from Loughbrickland heading towards Rathfriland.
95 Newry Street, Banbridge, BT32 3EF, Co. Down
Centrally located in Banbridge Town and just off the main Newry to Belfast dual carriageway. Built in 1816 the Old Georgian Coaching Inn retains the old world charm.
26 Downshire Place, Banbridge, Co. Down
41 Gransha Rd, Castlereagh, Banbridge, BT23 5RF, Co. Down
This bright, airy space offers a superb culinary experience prepared by award winning chefs. La Mon's Table D'Hote & A La Carte Menu combine ingredients using the best of fresh local produce providing traditional food with a modern twist. It is c
Unit 1 The Outlet, Bridgewater Park, Banbridge, BT32 4JG, Co. Down
Simply Deane's borrows the casual dining atmosphere found in Deane's Deli and the bustling atmosphere of Deane's Deli Store.
69 Ballynafoy Road, Banbridge, BT32 5DN, Co. Down