Last Updated: 29th July, 2018
Ardvale B&B is close to attractions in Belfast and less then 10 minutes from Belfast International Airport,
Avarest House is situated in the popular coastal resort of Portrush.Our central location on the Causeway Coast means that there is a very short driving time to and from the major attractions of this beautiful area
Antrim House Bed & Breakfast accommodation is located in Portrush less then 5 minutes walk form the Railway Station. There are 8 rooms ensuite with WIFI and Tea and Coffee making facilities.
Cullentra House, established in 1985, is an award winning family run establishment. Situated on a hillside, it is nestled amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Antrim Coast and Glens with the Scottish Hills in the distance.If you are looking for an ideal touring base with a warm relaxed ambience and friendly hosts then look no further than Cullentra House.
14 Clough's Road, Cushendall, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Garron View B&B is a working farm offering Bed & Breakfast accommodation at very reasonable rates in Cushendall Northern Ireland
Drumgart Farm House Bed and Breakfast is within walking distance to the picturesque Ballycarry Village, our small family-run bed & breakfast and self-catering facilities offer friendly and comfortable accommodation: perfect for couples, travellers and families alike. Our modern, well-maintained rooms feature ocean and panoramic views of the Scottish Coast.
Lurig View Bed and Breakfast is a family run business situated in the Queen of the Nine Glens of Antrim, Glenariffe, which is the most beautiful of all the Glens. It is known as the Queen of the Nine Glens because of its unique formation created by a glacier and complimented by its outstanding scenery. It is a tranquil, safe and friendly environment suitable for visitors of all ages.
Luxury bungalow with spacious accommodation in a rural setting with panoramic views over Lough Neagh basin. Relax in our beautiful conservatory, or stroll around the gardens. Convenient to airport, Lisburn and Greater Belfast.
Bushmills County Antrim Family run country cottage in a peaceful rural setting convenient to the Giant's Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge. With panoramic views of the sea and Antrim mountains.
Two superbly decorated rooms within this very central location, in a listed Victorian building built in 1880. The present terrace was of rather better quality then other housing in the area and it is said that it was built by Barbours as accommodation for "bachelors and spinsters".
Georgian-style home full of character with spacious gardens, a cosy ambiance and views of Belfast Lough where, 100 years ago at noon on 2nd April 1912, the Titanic set out from Belfast on her way to Southhampton to begin her maiden and fateful voyage