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Fiddlers Green B&B

14 Church Street, Portaferry, Co Down, BT22 1LS
Fiddlers Green B&B

About

This family run pub and bed and breakfast is situated in The Square of the attractive small town of Portaferry.

Portaferry lies at the end of the Ards Peninsula, from here a ferry plies across The Narrows, the site of a spectacular tidal torrent. On the opposite shore is Strangford village, designated an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.

Fiddlers Green, famed for its characterful bar, hugely popular with visitors and locals alike for its live music, atmosphere, Guinness and, most recently its Game of Thrones® Door.

‘There are no strangers here, just friends who haven’t yet met’.

Facilities: TV in bedrooms. Free wifi throughout the house and pub. Credit/ debit card facilities. On local bus route. Based very close to Exploris Aquarium. Parking available. Cooked and continental breakfast

Rooms available: 2 double rooms with en suite, sleeps 2. 1 deluxe kingsize with en suite, sleeps 2. 1 twin room, sleeps 2

On Twitter and Facebook @fiddlersgreenportaferry

December 2019 – March 2020 opening hours
13:00 - 22:00 Monday – Wednesday
11:00 – 00:00 Thursday – Saturday
12:30 – 00:00 Sunday

Facilities

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs Welcome Outside

Room / Unit Features

  • TV In Bedrooms

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Tel+44 (0) 28 4272 8393

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