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Situated near the airport, this luxury hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Ulster Folk and Transport Museum and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Redburn Country Park. Odyssey Arena ...
from £172 per night for 2 guestsCulloden Estate & Spa£172
Situated in Bangor, this holiday home is within 1 mile (2 km) of Bangor Abbey, Marine Gardens Coastal Walk and Bangor Marina. Castle Park and Bangor Castle are ...
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Situated in Bangor, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bangor Marina, Marine Gardens Coastal Walk and Ballyholme Beach. Bangor Golf Course and Bangor Abbey ...
from £82 per night for 2 guestsThe Salty Dog Hotel & Bistro£82
Looking for the ideal hotel to base yourself in during a holiday in the Carrickfergus area? You’ll find few that surpass those surrounding the Carrickfergus Marina, a beautiful spot for eating, drinking and soaking up the relaxing atmosphere on holiday. You’re spoiled for choice here, with a range of accommodations, most within a very short drive of Carrickfergus.
Take your pick of stylish modern guesthouses with a wealth of attractive amenities to luxurious hotels and golfing country clubs, or less expensive hotels that still have everything you need for an enjoyable stay. What’s more they all benefit from being central and close to Carrickfergus’s beautiful scenery and wild coastline.
Within walking distance of the castle, and offering free parking, Carrickfergus Marina provides fun and refreshment for the whole family. There is a wide selection of eateries and coffee houses, so whether you’re after fine dining, or a relaxing drink by the quay, it’s all available here.
Once the tribe has wined and dined, why not take a walk down to the ocean. Seals play on the rocks out to sea, while various seabirds can be seen off the coast, wheeling above the cold blue waters of the Irish Sea. On your way you’ll walk past the impressive silver and blue sculpture of a sailing boat by Kevin Killen, whose work is also visible both at Blackhead Path and Diamond Jubilee Wood. A local sculpture, he includes messages from local primary schools, as well as providing an attractive focal point for visitors.
What could be better than basing yourself at Carrickfergus Marina, where everything you need to keep the family happy is within walking distance? Aside from Carrickfergus Castle, which offers panoramic views of the harbour and Belfast Lough, views across town can also be gained from a seemingly unlikely source, which comes highly recommended. The Flame Museum is based at the old Carrickfergus Gasworks, the sole surviving example in Ireland. There’s a fascinating collection of industrial history in situ, but the ascent of the gasholder is literally the highlight!
When you book your Carrickfergus accommodation through Expedia you will find a number of superb options within easy reach of Carrickfergus Marina. Pleasant guesthouses close to the seaside are easily found that are just a moment’s walk from Carrickfergus’s many restaurants. Or spoil yourself rotten with a memorable stay in a luxury hotel, with sea views, a nearby golf course and first-class dining.
Every visitor has a different set of requirements, expectations and budget, and there are hotels in Carrickfergus to meet them all. Carrickfergus is an unexpected jewel in Ireland’s crown, teeming with fun activities and attractions, and if you want to stay near one of the most prestigious, find a hotel near Carrickfergus Marina right here.