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FeetnPaws

8 Mountain Road, Ballyhenry, Portaferry, Newtownards, Co Down, BT22 1PL
FeetnPaws

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FeetnPaws the dog friendly B&B in Portaferry, County Down, Northern Ireland.

We have three rooms (two King rooms and one with two single beds) all with en-suite, free Wi-Fi, USB sockets, TV and coffee/tea making facilities. We also have a guest TV lounge.

For your best friend we have secure, warm, dry kennels to sleep in.

Unfortunately, your best friend cannot stay in your room.

If your best friend gets a little restless in the kennels maybe they would be happier in your car in our secure parking area.

All this, and a magnificent breakfast to start your day.

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