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Situated near the beach, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Rathlin Island Ferry and Bonamargy Friary. Ballycastle Museum and Ballycastle Beach are also ...
Located in the heart of Portrush, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Portrush Coastal Zone and Waterworld. Portrush Tourist Information Centre and Barry's ...
Situated in the business district, this hotel is 10.3 mi (16.6 km) from Slemish Mountain, and within 25 mi (40 km) of Glenariff Forest Park and The Dark Hedges. ...
Situated on the shores of Norther Ireland’s Lough Neagh and the refreshing waters of the Six Mile Water River, Antrim is a lively town packed with character. Whether you’re in County Antrim on business or pleasure, you’ll find hotels, bed and breakfasts and other accommodation in the area to suit a range of tastes.
Just 20 miles west of Belfast, Antrim combines big town excitement with the breathtaking natural wonder of the Northern Irish countryside. If you’re visiting the capital on business and want somewhere more relaxed to stay, you’ll easily find a bed and breakfast, hotel or hostel in Antrim, along with a vigorous dose of fresh country air.
From budget inns to five star luxury hotels, Antrim has many hotels located in the centre of town. None of Antrim’s hotels are too far from Lough Neagh or the motorway, which means you’ll always be close to the town’s lively centre as well as Belfast. From elegant hotels with private courtyards to rustic accommodation on the glistening waters of Lough Neagh, you’ll discover hotels in Antrim for every taste and budget.
From bed and breakfasts at the edge of the Six Mile Water, to accommodation nestled in the bosom of the countryside, there are countless B&Bs in County Antrim. Antrim is extremely well connected to Belfast and the rest of Northern Ireland, so wherever you stay you’ll be centrally located. Get that home-from-home experience in a residential townhouse, close to the Clotworthy Art Centre and remains of Castle Antrim. Otherwise, snuggle up in farmhouse cottage on the outskirts of Antrim.
With so much open space, outdoor activities are very popular in Northern Ireland. The Massereene Golf Club is not far from Antrim town, so perhaps you could find a place to stay in a nearby country club? For the cyclists and hikers out there, backpacker’s hostels or campsites are a good choice. Otherwise, find a pleasant boutique hotel overlooking Lough Neagh, where you can take a boat out and relax on the lake’s tranquil waters.
As one of Northern Ireland’s hottest tourist destinations, you’ll have more accommodation options available in Antrim than you know what to do with. Search online with Expedia and book a hotel or hostel in Antrim today.