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Good location with parking at the rear. Staff friendly. Room was clean and warm. But basic. Not to noisy but is an old building so floors do creak a little. Descent b&b. Breakfast finishes at 09.00 which is a bit early. Over all a nice b&b for a short stay.
Windermere Guest House£55Windermere Guest House£55
Comfortable clean space with friendly staff, very central to everything. Breakfast was great. Shower facilities excellent. Really enjoyed our stay.
Kate's B&B - Hostel/Backpacker£65Kate's B&B - Hostel/Backpacker£65
Hotel really nice since refurb, but ive marked it down because the rooms are too warm even with radiators turned off. Everything else is very nice, comfy bed good shower large tv. Good breakfast.
The Chimney Corner£58The Chimney Corner£58
The stay at Arkell house was amazing from the moment we stepped of the ferry and the warm welcome from Alan. In fact I was impressed with their communication prior to us getting there as we had to change dates last minute, nothing was too much for them. Alan was an amazing host full off funny stories ...
Arkell House Bed and Breakfast£58Arkell House Bed and Breakfast£58
The check-in experience was very good even though I couldn't say when I was going to arrive. I was encouraged to make myself feel at home.
The Village Bed & Breakfast£58The Village Bed & Breakfast£58
The town of Antrim is just 18 miles west of Belfast City centre, yet sits amid the green splendour of some of Ireland’s finest scenery. The shimmering waters of Lough Neagh are just a few minutes from the centre of Antrim itself, while Six Mile Water River winds its lazy and picturesque way through the town itself.
Travel away from the town centre heading north or south and you’ll find yourself immersed in rolling green fields, forests and scenic driving routes offering some of the most stunning views in the UK. Head towards Belfast, on the other hand, and within half an hour you’ll be sampling the culture, history and nightlife on offer in one of Europe’s most vibrant capital cities.
This combination of the best of everything which Ireland has to offer, both modern and ancient, rural and urban, has made Antrim a popular tourist spot with visitors from around the world. The presence of two airports within easy driving distance, George Best Belfast City Airport and Belfast International Airport has only served to bolster this popularity, and led to the development of a thriving local hotel scene.
The type of accommodation you’re seeking while staying in Antrim will depend upon the type of stay you’re envisaging. For many business travellers, Antrim represents a convenient place to stay – within easy reach of the commercial opportunities of Belfast and yet secluded and peaceful enough to allow for a relaxing night’s rest before the next day’s round of meetings. The lodges, country inns, spa hotels and upmarket guesthouses in and around Antrim will be perfect for guests of this kind, but for some, the accommodation will mainly represent a starting point from which to explore the surrounding areas, and for people like these, the two star accommodation in Antrim will be perfect.
The two star accommodation on offer in Antrim will be clean, comfortable and affordable, and will offer the perfect spot in which to relax before setting out to enjoy the rural splendour surrounding you on all sides. The most obvious example of the natural splendour of Antrim is the presence of Lough Neagh itself. From a two star hotel in the town centre it would be possible to walk to the shores of the lake and set about exploring everything it has to offer.
The waters of the lough represent the perfect place to simply spend a day relaxing, walking on the many footpaths, enjoying the stunning views and perhaps tucking into a picnic meal. Alternatively, you could try your hand at angling, or one of the many water-based activities on offer, from the tranquillity of taking a pleasure boat out to one of the secluded islands, to something more energetic like kayaking or rowing.
Lovers of flora and fauna will be delighted by the chance to take advantage of the hides dotted around the shore of the lake, from where you can watch the birds and animals which call the lake home from close quarters.
No matter what aspect of Irish life you wish to enjoy, Antrim represents the perfect place to do it, and opting for a two star establishment will keep costs under control while still granting access to everything the city and the country has to offer.