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Richard and Trish are consummate innkeepers. Their care and attention to the details that make an experience delightful made our unexpected stay at Harmony House such a pleasant surprise! We were so fortunate to get a room. Don't miss dinner!
Harmony Hill Country House£92Harmony Hill Country House£92
Needed a hotel near Antrim. Got a good deal on price and the hotel was everything you expect from a Hilton. Good food and service in the bar, breakfast was great, room excellent.
Hilton Belfast Templepatrick Golf & Country Club£89Hilton Belfast Templepatrick Golf & Country Club£89
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£59Arkell House Bed and Breakfast£59
Well fitted out, nice cottage in the country. Convenient to Belfast & surrounds, away from the busy city. Directions to the cottage was confusing - on the main road, not on the side road as shown. Convenient inclusions, helpful friendly proprietor. Overall a good experience for 4 or more guests.
This accommodation was beautiful, well-designed, spotlessly clean, and superbly managed and staffed. Food was well above par with way more options that a normal B&B. Location is perfect for a number of key attractions as well as just the beautiful countryside and small NI villages. Highly ...
Causeway Lodge£84Causeway Lodge£84
This hotel is basic but clean with comfortable beds and has everything you need for an overnight stay, it's close to restaurants and night life, I'd definitely use this hotel again and would recommend to family and friends
ETAP Belfast£29ETAP Belfast£29
Antrim is a market town in Northern Ireland sitting 18 miles to the west of the capital city of Belfast, next to the point where the Six Mile Water River meets the vast body of Lough Neagh, the largest lake in the UK. People have lived in this area for more than 1,500 years, and many thousands visit every year, attracted by the beauty of the landscape, the tranquillity of the town centre and the proximity of the bright lights of Belfast.
Getting to Antrim is made simple by the fact that there are two airports within easy travelling distance, and strong road links which make the journey quick and convenient. Belfast International Airport is only five miles away from the centre of Antrim, while George Best Belfast City Airport is just 22 miles distant.
The wide range of reasons which people have for travelling to Antrim is reflected in the diversity and variety of the accommodation to be found there. For visitors drawn there by the chance to explore the hills, forests and mountains of the surrounding countryside, a simple hostel with a clean and comfortable bed will be all that’s required, and the same might apply to students using Antrim as the spot from which to explore the nightlife of Belfast. Families on holiday, on the other hand, might seek out a town centre guesthouse or hotel in the heart of the countryside, while anyone looking for a romantic break will be delighted by the ambience of a countryside lodge, particularly one overlooking the waters of the lough.
More people than ever before are now choosing to take their pets on holiday with them. This is particularly true in the case of dogs, which many people regard as being part of the family, and which can be highly expensive to book into kennels or other accommodation. Over and above the cost, many pet owners wish to avoid the distress of having to leave a much-loved pet behind when they go away, while also enjoying the chance to let their pet enjoy the scenery in a different part of the world.
The appeal of bringing a pet to stay in Antrim or wider County Antrim is plain. The centre of the town itself is quiet and calm and ideally suited to dog walking, as are the paths along the bank of Six Mile Water River and Lough Neagh. Further afield, many of the beaches along the Antrim Coast Road are dog-friendly and represent the ideal spot for both owners and pets to stretch their legs and enjoy some bracing fresh air.
The choice of pet-friendly hotels in Antrim is such that your final decision may well hinge upon factors such as the location and other facilities. Some owners might want to stay close to the centre of town, while others will prefer a secluded lodge in the heart of the lush, rolling countryside. The fact that a hotel allows guests to bring their pets doesn’t mean that there’s any compromise on other facilities. Many of the pet-friendly hotels in Antrim offer luxurious touches such as spa facilities, swimming pools and fine dining, meaning you get to treat yourself at the same time as treating your pet.