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Guest Houses in Antrim

Helga Lodge Guest House

7-13 Cromwell Road
028 90324820

Helga Lodge is a charming restored Victorian house, which is the largest and closest to the city centre, where a warm and friendly welcome greets guests to this family run guest house, which offers excellent accommodation and cuisine.

Helga Lodge is situated in the centre of Belfast, conveniently close to all the historical places of interest and attractions in and around the City, including the City Hall, Botanic Gardens, Queen's University, bus and train stations, theatre, and a choice of eateries, pubs and restaurants.

Guest bedrooms are furnished and decorated to a high standard and there is a choice of en-suite rooms available as well as standard double, twin and family rooms - all have hot and cold water, heating, television, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.

Guests will be able to enjoy a choice of delicious breakfast dishes, from a full Irish or continental, accompanied by fruit juices, cereals and tea or coffee, prepared using fresh local produce, as well as evening meals and snacks.

Please contact for further information and bookings.

Camera House

44 Wellington Park
028 90660026
Caroline and Paul Drumm offer you a warm and friendly welcome when you begin your stay at this elegant Townhouse, situated on a quiet tree lined Avenue, in the heart of South Belfast, with its Victorian mansions and graceful terraces.

Guests bedrooms are all decorated and furnished to a very high standard and have all modern facilities.

There is a choice of breakfast dishes available, including the traditional Ulster Fry, which are served in the spacious dining room.

Situated close to Queen's University and city centre, which offers lots of tourist attractions and places of historical interest to visit, as well as an abundance of shops, shopping centres, restaurants and bars.

Camera House is also an ideal base for leisure and business visitors as there is golfing, angling, cycling, horse-riding, and touring some of the many places of interest and outstanding natural beauty and attractions in the surrounding area.

Please contact for further details and bookings.

Bienvenue Guest House

8 Sans Souci Park
028 90669003
A really warm welcome greets guests to this lovely Old Victorian house which offers high standards of comfort and hospitality together with excellent cuisine and accommodation.

All guest bedrooms are furnished with highly decorative antiques and have all the facilities to ensure your stay is truly enjoyable.

Guests will be offered a choice of traditional or continental breakfasts with beverages to suit all tastes and evening meals are available on request.

Bienvenue is an ideal choice for visitors who enjoy sight-seeing as there are many places of historical interest in the centre of Belfast and surrounding areas.

It is also close to the 'Golden Mile' of restaurants/pubs, parks and shops and is a really good place to stay to take advantage of local attractions as well as outdoor pursuits in the surrounding areas, including golfing, angling, watersports, pony-trekking, hiking and cycling along some scenic coastal and countryside paths.

Please contact for further details and bookings.

Marlagh Lodge

71 Moorfields Road
BT42 3BU
028 25631505

Marlagh Lodge Country House is a fully licensed Guest House offering visitors a little piece of Irish country life in a gracious 19th Century house which was built for a rebellious young Squire, around 1855, whose 'headless ghost' is said to haunt the grounds!

Marlagh Lodge is a Grade B1-listed building, situated on the outskirts of Ballymena, which has been lovingly restored by Robert and Rachel Thompson, who bought the property in 2003, and now provides elegant country house accommodation as well as being a fine location for private dinner parties for up to twenty people.

Marlagh Lodge is a member of:

Lodgings Ireland
The Hidden Ireland
Bridgestone Guides
Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay in Ireland
Les Routiers Ireland
Georgina Campbell's Jameson Guide
B&B Ireland

Marlagh Lodge has three beautifully decorated ensuite guest bedrooms, finished with the finest bed linen and feather duvets, and furnished with interesting antiques.

You won't find satellite TV or DVD players - we much prefer to relax with a good book, so each room has its own bookcase instead!

The Blue Room with its king-sized Victorian cast iron four-poster is especially popular. The ensuite bathroom has a rolltop bath (lovingly restored by Rachel!) and an interesting mahogany-framed blue sink dating from the 1920s.

The Chintz Room has a cast iron double bed and ensuite bathroom, again with a restored roll top bath.

The Print Room has ornately carved mahogany twin beds and its private bathroom is just across the hall.

The Drawing Room is full of books, mainly about Ireland's country houses, including those that are now in a state of ruin, so there are lots of books on that subject and there is a grand piano which pianists are welcome to play.

Breakfast at Marlagh Lodge will certainly set you up for the day with a choice of fresh fruit, fresh bread, cereals and muesli to start off with, then goodies such as 'Marlagh Lodge Tummy Warmer' - creamy porridge with Bushmills whiskey, brown sugar and cream.

The traditional Ulster Fry is prepared using the very best ingredients; local sausages and bacon, traditional soda bread and potato bread and local free range eggs. Lighter choices include an omelette, scrambled eggs with our fishmonger's own wonderful smoked salmon.

Marlagh Lodge has a growing reputation for fine food and good wine and around 3 or 4 times a year, Gourmet Evenings are hosted with a different wine for each course; from an extensive wine list supplied by James Nicholson of Crossgar as well as wines from all over the world.

Please contact Robert or Rachel for further information.

Colliers Hall

50 Cushendall Road
BT54 6QR

028 20762531

Colliers Hall is a converted 18th century stone built barn situated on a working farm on the A2, Cushendall Road, and one mile from Ballycastle.

Guests will be able to relax in high quality accommodation with spacious en-suite bedroom facilities.

Breakfast is available in the main house and there is a choice of delicious dishes, hot and cold, to suit all tastes.

The spacious drawing room has a television, a piano if one is inclined to play it and there are various books on Ireland and the local area to browse through at your leisure.

The location is perfect for visiting places of interest and attractions and the beach is close by and the farm itself has wildlife in abundance which can be fully explored.

Colliers Hall is an ideal base for hill and coastal walking along the panoramic countryside and coastal paths, bird watching and for touring the Giant's Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, the Glens of Antrim and there are also many archaeological and historical sites in the surrounding area.

Colliers Hall is also ideal for visitors who enjoy outdoor activities, including golfing, angling, boating, cycling, pony trekking and game shooting, horse-riding and water sports.

Day trips by boat to Rathlin Island, notable for bird watching, can also be arranged.

Collier's Barn is a converted old stone-built barn, adjacent to the house, offering visitors a choice of bed and breakfast or hostel accommodation. There are five tastefully decorated, en-suite bedrooms; three twin and two double on the ground floor and a large family room on the first floor, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious televison lounge. Laundry facilities are also available.

Please contact for availability and bookings.

Fullerton Arms

22 Main Street
BT54 6LX
028 20769613

The Fullerton Arms is a family run establishment where you will receive a warm and friendly welcome.

This fully licensed guest house and restaurant, which has seating for 80 people, offers excellent accommodation and cuisine, prepared using local fresh produce, and served by friendly staff.

Guest bedrooms are fully en-suite with television and tea/coffee making facilities.

The Fullerton Arms is the perfect choice for guests who enjoy visiting places of historical interest and attractions as the Glens of Antrim and Giants Causeway are near by, as well as many outdoor activities in the area, including golfing, angling, cycling, horse-riding and watersports or hiking along some of the panoramic coastal and countryside paths.

Please contact for further information and bookings.

Glenmore House

94 Whitepark Road
BT54 6LR
028 20763584

A warm and friendly welcome awaits visitors to this lovely new Country House which offers visitors excellent food, accommodation and service.

The location is idyllic as Glenmore House is nestled within 90 acres, with two lakes, making an ideal venue for walking, fishing, cycling, golfing and visiting some of the places of interest close by, the Glens of Antrim, the Giants Causeway and Carrick a Rede rope bridge.

All guest bedrooms are en-suite and have colour television, tea & coffee making facilities, ironing, hairdryer, Jacuzzi baths are in some rooms and most have a sea view .

There is a lounge for guests to relax in to read or watch television, children are welcome and car parking is available with disabled access.

Glenmore House has a no-smoking policy for the enjoyment of all guests.

Relax in lovely surroundings and enjoy a delicious choice of breakfast dishes from a varied menu, prepared using local fresh produce, and three course evening meals. Special dietary requirements are catered for and you can dine in the comfort of the restaurant or have a snack made up to take-away.

There are some amazing views along the scenic coast road with spectacular views of Rathlin Island and Scotland as well as the countryside and a boat from Ballycastle will take you to Rathlin Island where you will have a chance to see Puffins.

Fly fishing - private fishing is available to guests in the well stocked fishing lake. There are picnic areas and you can have a snack made up in the on-site restaurant.

Facilities Include:

Fishing lodge with tea making facilities & microwave oven
Rod Hire also flies available to buy
Disabled (Wheelchair area with special parking)
Restaurant on site (Breakfast available)
Picnic and Barbeque areas
Touring Van & Camping Site with Shower Facilities (quiet site)
Electric hook ups
Modern Clean Shower Block
Washing machine and tumble drier

Glenmore Caravan and Camping Park is situated on the B15, the main coast road between Ballintoy and Ballycastle, which is ideal for visiting the Giants Causeway, the Carrick-a-Rede-Rope-Bridge, Bushmills Distillery or the Glens of Antrim as well as many places of historical interest in the surrounding area.

The campsite is made up of a number of small areas, including one overlooking the lake, which is great if you enjoy fishing and there are many walks where you will see the many species of bird life; including the Buzzard or just relax on one of the view points to take in the beauty of Rathlin Island, the Mull of Kintyre or Isla.

The location is ideal for visitors who are interested in painting as Glenmore is surrounded by some of the nicest views on the Antrim coast.

Please contact further details and bookings. Flight information is also available.

Castle Erin Guest House

Castle Erin Road
BT56 8DH
028 70822744

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this beautiful house which is situated on an elevated site overlooking the Atlantic Ocean with easy access to the promenade, beach and shops.

Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and excellent food which is prepared using local fresh produce with a choice of delicious dishes to suit all tastes.

All guest bedrooms are comfortably furnished for your comfort and, whether your visit is for business or pleasure, this is an amazing place to stay.

As Portrush is situated on the scenic North Antrim coast, within easy reach of the Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and the Glens of Antrim, you can enjoy the many spectacular views along the coastline or hills.

There are two beautiful beaches to enjoy, one of which has a 'Blue Flag' Award and there are lots of activities for children at the Dunluce Centre, Waterworld and Fantasy Island.

Portrush also boasts two of the world's top golf courses and keen golfers who stay here for one week could play a different course every day, all courses are within a 20-30 minute drive away.

Please contact for further details and special offers.

Abercorn Guest House

57 Coleraine Road
BT56 8HR
028 70825014
Abercorn Guest House is run by Doreen, who has numerous years experience in the catering industry and will guarantee your stay will be memorable.

Situated on the popular Coleraine Road, the Abercorn offers unrivalled accommodation to the discerning traveller, a warm and friendly welcome combined with excellent accommodation and cuisine.

All guest bedrooms are finished to the highest standards, with en-suite facilities, colour television, hospitality tray, ironing facilities, hairdryer and an alarm clock radio in the rooms and there is a choice from single rooms to family rooms, catering for the smallest or largest of groups.

Guests will be offered a hearty breakfast with a choice of fruit juices, cereals, porridge, yoghurt or fruit followed by a traditional Ulster fry: fried egg, bacon, sausage, potato bread, soda bread and tomato, or poached, boiled, or scrambled egg on toast, accompanied by your choice of tea/coffee with toast, home made scones and wheaten bread.

Further facilities include:

Babysitting Service
High Chair/Cot Available
Children's Meals Available
Laundry Service
Private Car Parking
Garden For Guest Use
Ground Floor Bedrooms
Pets Welcome Inside
Centrally heated throughout

Portrush is situated on the scenic North Antrim coast, within easy reach of the Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and the Glens of Antrim, visitors will be able to enjoy the many spectacular views along the coastline or hills.

Abercorn is close to Portrush's many attractions, such as Barry's Amusements, Rathmore and Royal Portrush golf courses, the Dunluce Centre, and more importantly for the bikers, Abercorn is located on the North West 200 Race Course.

There are two beautiful beaches to enjoy, one of which has a 'Blue Flag' Award and there are lots of activities for children's enjoyment, at the Dunluce Centre, Waterworld and Fantasy Island.

Doreen will give you all the tourist information you need and can also book and arrange activities for you.

Please contact for further details, special offers and bookings, or visit the website via the link below.

Gil-Good Lodge Licensed Guest House

13 Moira Road, Upper Ballinderry
BT28 2HQ
028 92651534

A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at this three star, fully licensed guest house which offers excellent accommodation and cuisine.

All guest bedrooms are fully ensuite with hospitality tray, television, hairdryer, ironing and trouser press facilities available.

The accommodation is on the ground floor and is easily accessible for elderly and disabled guests.

Relax in the spacious dining room and enjoy your breakfast, with a variety of choices from a hearty full Irish or continental, accompanied by cereals, fruit juices and beverages to suit all tastes.

Special diets are happily catered for.

Gil-Good Lodge also offer fully furnished self-contained apartments which can be booked on a nightly, weekly or monthly basis.

This is a really good place to stay to take advantage of local attractions and is also close to Nutts Corner roundabout and airport.

Gil-Good Lodge also caters for all types of functions; weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, christenings, office parties.

There are excellent catering facilities, with a choice of menus to suit all occasions, for up to 100 guests for functions and conferences.

Please contact for further details and bookings.