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Guest Houses in Antrim

Clarmont Guest House

10 Landsdowne Crescent
BT56 8AY

028 70822397

You will be welcomed at Clarmont Guest House by Mr Cormack and his staff who will take care of you during your stay.

The location is superb with wonderful views and miles of white sandy beaches.

The accomodation is luxurious with en-suite rooms and wonderful food with a choice of menus prepared from fresh locally grown produce.

This is a great choice for touring the surrounding area with many places of historical interest and attractions to visit.

Golfing, fishing, watersports, cycling, hiking and horse-riding activities are all close by.

Please contact for further details and bookings, or visit the website.

Alexandra Town House

11 Lansdowne Crescent
BT56 8AY

028 70822284

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this charming period town house which is traditionally furnished with modern facilities and offers guests comfortable accommodation and excellent cuisine.

There is a choice of rooms available which range from spacious and gracious to cosy and charming and you can relax and unwind in this tranquil setting which has uninterupted sea views and there is also ample parking available.

Guests will be offered a choice of delicious breakfast dishes from a varied menu which are accompanied by beverages to suit all tastes.

This is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful coastine and surrounding countryside as well as enjoying outdoor activities, including golfing, fishing, cycling, watersports and horse-riding.

Please contact for further details and bookings.

Seaview Guest House

154 - 156 Curran Road
BT40 1BX

028 28272438

Guests will receive a personal welcome, excellent food and accommodation, at this well established guesthouse which is situated close to the Glens of Antrim, Carnfunnock Country Park and the famous Coast Road leading to the Giants Causeway as well as many other attractions and places of historical interest.

All rooms are comfortably furnished with modern facilities and have a hospitality tray and colour television and there is Sky television in the guest lounge.

Guests will enjoy their dining experience as there is an extensive menu offering delicious dishes to suit all tastes.

Seaview is a really lovely place to stay with wonderful views and lots of outdoor activities in the area, including golfing, fishing, horse-riding, pony-trekking, watersports and walking along some scenic coastal paths.

Please contact for further details and bookings, or visit the website.

Riverside House

1 Toberwine Street

028 28841474

Riverside House has a lovely location in the picturesque village of Glenarm and the rear garden leads down to the river.

Newly renovated, to a very high standard, guests can enjoy excellent accommodation and food.

All bedrooms are en-suite, nicely decorated, with modern facilities and the balconies of two of the bedrooms have views overlooking Glenarm Castle.

Guests can enjoy some delicious home cooked breakfasts which are served in the spacious dining room.

Riverside House is an ideal place to stay if you enjoy visiting places of historical interest and attractions as the Glens of Antrim, Carrick-a-Rede-Rope-Bridge, Ruins of Dunluce Castle and Giants Causeway are close by.

It is also great for visitors who enjoy outdoor activities, including golfing, fresh water and deep-sea fishing, tennis, watersports, horse-riding, cycling, and walking along some of the beautiful scenic coastal and countryside paths in the surrounding area.

Please contact for further details and bookings.

Warren House Guest House

10 Thornhill Road, Kingsway
BT17 9EJ
028 90611702

This is truly one of Belfast's 'hidden gems' as it is situated down a quiet country lane in tranquil surroundings and is ideal for a 'get-away-from-it-all' vacation.

The proprietor, Mary Hughes, offers a really warm and friendly welcome to guests and you can be guaranteed to feel at home from the beginning of your stay through to the end.

Warren House is a beautiful country house which dates back to pre-1904 and is set in secluded grounds. Although only a two star it really does feel like a four star establishment and in 1999 became an award winning guesthouse when it claimed the accolade of 'Holmes Guesthouse of the Year'.

There is a choice of breakfasts to suit all tastes and fresh local produce is used in preparing delicious traditional cuisine.

Evening meals are available upon request.

There is a spacious television lounge for guests to relax in, which is furnished and decorated to a high standard and the ensuite bedrooms are spacious, luxuriously furnished and have colour television, courtesy tray, hairdryer and trouser press.

Warren House is ideally situated for train and bus services and is only five miles to Belfast City Centre. There are many activities and places of interest to visit close by and guests can arrange to be greeted at the airport to arrive at this tranquil, get away from it all, guest house.

Please contact for further information and bookings.

Caldhame Lodge Guest House

102 Moira Road, Nutts Corner
BT29 4HG

028 94423099

This beautiful Guest House is only minutes from Belfast International Airport and a really warm and friendly welcome, excellent food and accommodation greets guests.

Relax in comfort and enjoy spacious four star en-suite rooms, with a luxurious bridal suite available, all with modern facilities and furnished to a high standard before enjoying a choice of wonderful cuisine which has been prepared using fresh local produce.

There are many attractions in the surrounding area and the location is conveniently situated close to Belfast City Centre with an abundance of shopping centres, restaurants and places of interest to visit.

Caldhame Lodge won an appraisal in 1999 when it received the 'Guesthouse of the Year' award for accommodation in Northern Ireland.

For further details please contact Anne McKavanagh.

Smuggler's Inn

306 Whitepark Road
BT57 8SN

028 20731577

The Smuggler's is a traditional Inn overlooking the Giants Causeway with beautiful views of the Donegal Hills and Scottish Isles.

A really warm welcome greets guests to this family run guest house who can be assured of receiving excellent food and accommodation.

There are twelve large fully ensuite bedrooms; decorated and furnished to a very high standard with have excellent views.

For guests staying whilst on business six bedrooms have laptop connection facilities.

Guests visiting this Inn will be able to relax in lovely surroundings before deciding whether to dine in the Girona Restaurant or Benbow's Bistro offering the choice of some exceptional food from either the bistro or A La Carte dining.

This is the perfect location for exploring the Giants Causeway and the surrounding area which is a place of outstanding natural beauty.

The Bushfoot Golf Club is only one mile away and the Royal Portrush Golf Club four miles, as well as fishing and walking in Bushmills there are many other activites to choose from, including walking, cycling, hiking and watersports.

Please contact for further details, special offers, and bookings.

The Old Rectory

148 Malone Road

028 90667882

The Old Rectory guest house was built as a Church of Ireland Rectory in 1896 and is only five minutes walk from the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, ten minutes walk from the American Embassy/Consulate and a ten minute bus ride from the city centre.

This family run guest house offers a warm and friendly welcome combined with first class accommodation, excellent cuisine and service.

Guests will be offered a choice of delicious breakfast dishes from a menu which includes a traditional Ulster fry, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs, venison sausages and mushrooms, as well as cereals, juices and a variety of beverages.

All rooms are comfortably furnished and have hospitality trays offering tea, coffee and biscuits.

Guests may also relax in the Drawing Room, either to play games or read, as it is well stocked with books on culture and Ireland, as well as newspapers and magazines.

The Old Rectory is close to Queens University and is a great choice for visiting places of historical interest in Belfast as well as touring the surrounding area.

Please contact for further details and bookings, or visit the website.

Roseleigh House

19 Rossetta Park

028 90644414

A truly warm and friendly welcome greets guests to Roseleigh House who will enjoy deluxe ensuite accommodation and excellent cuisine in this beautifully refurbished Victorian home which is located in a residential area of south Belfast and is within easy walking distance of pubs, restaurants, parks, shops and public transport.

All guest bedrooms are decorated and furnished to a very high standard and guests can relax in the spacious television lounge.

Roseleigh House is a really good place to stay to take advantage of sight-seeing some of the many places of historical interest in the centre of Belfast.

There are also many outdoor activities to enjoy, including golfing, fishing, watersports, cycling, horse-riding and walking along some panoramic coastal and countryside paths in the surrounding area.

Please contact for further details and bookings, or visit the website.

Keef Halla Country House

20 Tully Road, Nutts Corner, Crumlin
BT29 4SW

028 90825491

This award winning four star guesthouse is the closest to Belfast International airport in Northern Ireland and guests can be assured of a really warm welcome and excellent cuisine.

Keef Halla is an ideal choice for visitors on business or pleasure trips.

All guest bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms, satellite television, direct dial telephone, trouser press, tea/coffee making facilities and refreshments.

There is free wireless internet access throughout all areas of the guest house.

Free long term parking is available.

The location is ideal for visiting Antrim, Belfast, Dunadry, Lisburn and Templepatrick and there are many outdoor activities and places of interest to visit in the surrounding area.

Please contact for further details, including special offers, and bookings, or visit the website.