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The hosts have set their B&B up in a manner that feels as private as a hotel. We didn’t feel like we were invading someone’s home. I can’t think of a thing they missed in designing our guest room, right down to automatic lights and a towel warmer in the bathroom. Very nice and would definitely stay ...
Lovely hotel, wonderful helpful staff, amazing food! Very close to airport. I wish we could have stayed longer. CNt imagine getting anything better for the very reasonable price
Great location, easy access to Giants Causeway. Nice lounge. Roomy accommodations for myself and 2 kids. Great breakfast in a unique charming hotel. Looked more like an old comfortable home, but was very large and cute.
This is a B&B rather than a hotel - a key was left so we could let ourselves in. We knew where we had planned to go for the evening, but as the host was not on the premises, an information pack in the room would be useful.
Excellent value, friendly staff nothing too much trouble. Close to ferry terminal and all amenities.great for walks. Owner is a wonderful lady who welcomes you on arrival and makes a point of ensuring you enjoy your at her place. Great breakfast with lots of choices.
The market town of Antrim has been a place in which people have chosen to settle and put down roots for more than 1,500 years. Its location, at the point where the Six Mile Water River meets the body of Lough Neagh, is one of the major reasons for this, as is the fact that it sits within easy travelling distance of both the city of Belfast and the unspoiled splendour of the Antrim Coast.
The capital city is only 18 miles to the west of Antrim, and this means that many people opt to stay in the latter as a less expensive alternative to booking accommodation in Belfast itself. The fact that the shops, museums, pubs, clubs and restaurants of Belfast are just a short drive away means that they can be enjoyed to the full, safe in the knowledge that, at the end of a day or night, you can return to the relative calm and tranquillity of your accommodation in Antrim.
The fact that there are two international airports just a short drive away from Antrim, Belfast International Airport and George Best Belfast City Airport, means that visitors make their way to this part of Ireland from all over the world and during every part of the year. Whether they’re utilising the location as a convenient spot from which to sample the cosmopolitan delights of Belfast, as a base from which to explore the landscapes of County Antrim or as a relaxing and historically interesting destination in its own right, they’re bound to find accommodation which suits their needs.
The establishments in Antrim and the surrounding areas run the gamut from simple, family-run bed and breakfasts to high -nd country lodges and secluded inns in the heart of the countryside. One thing which isn’t lacking is the chance to enjoy a taste of luxury while staying in Antrim. The luxury hotels in the city itself and further afield, particularly along the Antrim coastal road, offer a standard of accommodation and range of additional facilities which will help to make your stay even more memorable.
Each individual visitor will have a different concept of what exactly is meant by luxury. To some it will revolve around the facilities in each room, such as bespoke furnishings and state-of-the-art televisions, while others will be looking for accommodation which comes with amenities such as a spa, sauna and swimming pool. The luxury hotels in Antrim offer all of this and more, and the fact that many of them are located amid the splendour of the surrounding countryside means that the ambience outside your room will be every bit as striking as that within.
With the waters of Lough Neagh, the largest lake in the UK, just minutes from the centre of Antrim, lovers of water sports will be in their element, particularly if they have a luxury room in which to dry off and recover. Angling, boating and windsurfing are all on offer, and the same is true for those visitors who stay in accommodation along the Antrim Coast Road. The beaches in this part of Ireland are some of the most spectacular and unspoiled in the UK, and the hotels along the coast offer instant and convenient access.