Bannville House Hotel, Banbridge



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Hotel Overview

Bannville House Hotel was originally built in 1916 as a family home. It offers a relaxed idyilic accommodation where excellent homemade, fresh food is served daily. The hotel can cater for weddings, private parties and functions and can accommodate for up to a max of 250, seated, in our Darcys Function room.

Room Information

Bannville House Hotel prides itself in 20 luxury en suite Bedrooms, which include two Family Rooms/Bridal Suite.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bath/shower en suite
  • Breakfast in the Room
  • Bridal Suite
  • Business Centre
  • Fishing
  • Golf Course (within 3 km)
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Night club
  • Restaurant
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests

Food & Beverage

Off/set from the main restaurant ideal for private dining but still in the hub of the hotel, can also be used for a break away room for Main Meeting Room in the Copper or Oak Rooms. The hotel has built a reputation for good home cooked food served by a fine team of friendly staff. Guests have an opportunity to dine in the traditional bar area or in our new conservatory dining room overlooking the beautiful Co. Down countryside.

Area Information

Situated in the luscious Co. Down countryside Bannville House Hotel has excellent links to a wide range of attractions and places of significant interest for any would be tourist. The District of Banbridge is bordered to the west by the Newry Canal and to the east by the tranquil Dromara Hills. In the north lies the growing Cathedral town of Dromore and the River Lagan with the magnificent Mourne Mountains stretching out in the south.  The region is bisected by one of the most famous of Northern Ireland fishing waters - the Upper River Bann - a waterway which provides rich fishing grounds for the prospective angler. In tact the entire region with its rivers and numerous lakes contains some of the best angling resources the province has to offer. Sparsely populated, there is little chance of overcrowding, thereby increasing the chance of making a good catch of the many varied species of fish including pike, rudd, perch, bream, roach, rainbow trout and brown trout

Map & Directions

Exit Banbridge on the Lurgan Road, pass village of Seapatrick, Hotel is on left before Lurgan turnoff. About two miles from Banbridge.

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