The price is £65 per night from 25 Jul to 26 Jul£65
25 Jul - 26 Jul
4.6/5 Exceptional! (74 reviews)
"The accomodation felt absolutely nothing like the usual hotel accomodation (impersonal). It was set in beautiful surroundings and was a solely family run establishment. The said family were friendly and extremely helpful and I felt more like I was staying with my own family, only better! I would ..."
"We're just back from a 2 night stay. Although the cottage is small, it is a traditional cottage. Beautifully decorated, and very well looked after and the cleanliness was 100%. Good storage, and beds were very comfy. Plenty to see and do without having to drive for hours, we thoroughly enjoyed it. ..."
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Frequently asked questions
You'll probably want to seek out the places with historical relevance while you're staying in Ballycastle. While you're here, why not check out the seaside and bars?
Based on our travel expertise, The Fullerton Arms is a top 3-star guest house for history seekers booking on Expedia, and it offers a restaurant and flat-screen TVs. Causeway Coast is a short 3-minute drive away. If you're interested in local history, another choice for your trip is Teach an Cheoil.
Ballycastle is home to 57 hotels and other accommodation options bookable on Expedia, including 2 hotels designated as historic or close to historic sites.
Ballycastle is notable for landmarks like Causeway Coast, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and Torr Head. Natural beauty is on display at Ballycastle Beach, Ballintoy Harbour and Whitepark Bay. Additionally, you'll find Giant's Causeway in the area.
When you book a historic hotel, you'll enjoy a holiday someplace that has a national historic designation. A palace, castle, grand home or even an old police station, pub, lodge or skyscraper can be transformed into a historic hotel provided that it's a place of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features are often found in the communal spaces and guestrooms of such hotels in Ballycastle, giving a sense of history.
"Heritage hotel" is a term often used in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S. though overall the terms are quite similar. The architecture and building of historic hotels tend to be the most significant aspect. For a heritage hotel, it's mainly the cultural value as well as how it inspired the community.
Hotel interiors feature the modern conveniences and safety features you might expect, while every effort is made to preserve historic facades and treasured traditions. Smart TVs, WiFi, updated bathroom facilities and the amenities found in any hotel should be available at a historic hotel. Rest assured that when you select a historic hotel in Ballycastle, you won't be staying at a place that is rundown or uncomfortable.