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  • Hotel Galgorm Resort & Spa Ballymena

    Boasting a thermal village and spa with hot tubs, steam rooms, as well as indoor and outdoor pools, Galgorm Resort & Spa is nestled in the Ballymena countryside. The resort is established within 163 acres of lush fields, with the River Maine flowing through it. Guest rooms come with flat-screen TVs and contemporary bathrooms. Other conveniences include seating areas, and select units give panoramic views over the grounds. Log cabins and cottages are available on the property, too. Galgorm Resort & Spa features extensive meeting and banquet facilities on site. The front desk is open 24 hours a day, and there’s free parking on site. Breakfast is served every morning. Thanks to the on-site dining establishments, guests can also enjoy several different types of culinary and beverages throughout the day. The River Room offers a seasonal menu and a lovely outlook. Guests are approximately 14 miles from both Antrim Castle and Allen Park. Glenariff Forest Park is about 17 miles away from the accommodation. more

  • Hotel Tullyglass House Ballymena

    Tullyglass House Hotel is located on the outskirts of Ballymena, 23 miles from Belfast. The hotel features two restaurants, a bar and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can also enjoy the landscaped gardens. Free private parking is available on site. All bedrooms have an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV and a working area. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property. The area is popular for golfing, with Galgorm Castle Golf Club first tee box 400 yards from the hotel. Portrush is 28 miles and Antrim is 11 miles away. The nearest airport is Belfast International Airport, 14 miles from the property with Belfast City Airport located 28 miles away. more

  • Hotel Hotel Adair Arms Ballymena

    The ancient historic town of Ballymena in Northern Ireland dates back to the 5th or 7th century AD, and the charming Hotel Hotel Adair Arms is centrally located within easy walking distance of the town's shops, restaurants and theatres. Each of the rooms (double, twin and superior) feature complimentary Wi-Fi access and flat screen TVs. Iron and ironing board, DD telephone, executive desk, hair dryer and tea & coffee makers are available in the rooms. The airport closest to the Hotel Adair Arms is Belfast (a 40 minute drive). A charming ambience, free guest parking and live musical performances at the bar several times a week are some of the prominent hotel features. The Adair Bar & Grill has an a la carte menu to suit every taste and is available for private hire. The town has many historic buildings for visitors to explore. The hotel is within easy driving distance of Belfast, which has many entertainment and nightlife options. more

  • Hotel Leighinmohr House Ballymena

    Leighinmohr House is a small boutique style hotel set in the leafy suburbs of Ballymena Town, which features free WiFi, on-site dining options and free private parking. Ballymena town centre can be reached within a 15-minute walk and features a variety of shops, cafés and restaurants. Rooms at Leighinmohr offer en-suite bathrooms, a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Private dining facilities for up to 40 guests are available, offering modern cuisine and an extensive wine list, the property also offers conference facilities. There is also an on-site bar & the very popular Clock House Bistro set in comfy modern surroundings, serving A la Carte specials to suit all tastes, made with locally sourced, seasonal produce. You can also enjoy a relaxing drink in the newly refurbished reception area, home to a welcoming open fire. more

  • Hotel The Coach House Self Catering Apartments Ballymena

    The Coach House Self Catering Apartments are situated on the spectacular Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland between the villages of Carnlough and Waterfoot. With uninterrupted, (as a guest described as front row seats) panoramic sea views over the Irish Sea to The Mull of Kintyre. Perfect base for exploring the Glens of Antrim, Old Bushmills Distillery and the world famous Giants Causeway. Stunning walks nearby, Glenariffe Forest right in the heart of the Glens boasts breathtaking waterfalls and Glenarm Forest to experience peace and tranquility. Within a short driving distance is Slemish Mountain, where Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, is said to have tended livestock as a slave boy in the 5th Century. more

  • Hotel Marlagh Lodge Ballymena Ballymena

    Built for a young squire in 1850, Marlagh Lodge is a country house offering accommodation with traditional décor and hospitality, but very modem amenities. There are just three rooms, all of which have been furnished and decorated to a high standard. Each features private bathroom with indulgent bathroom amenities, discreetly placed TV’s and free Wi-Fi access. Guests are welcome to use the back courtyard, which is specially placed to make the most of the many sunny days available. The hosts are also on hand to provide local knowledge to guests on request. Breakfast is an extensive spread, consisting of a traditional Ulster Fry as well as a range of lighter options. Dinner is available in the elegant dining room. The chef chooses only the highest quality local produce to create traditional Irish dishes. Though situated in lovely rural surrounds, the centre of Ballymena is just 2.5 miles drive away. more

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