Dundrum House, an early 18th century country manor is set in an 80 acre beef and sheep farm. Situated in the beauitful unspoilt countryside of Co. Armagh with its rolling hills and the Callen River flowing along the boundary of the farm, Dundrum House really is the pefect place to relax for your stay.
Limecourt is situated in a quiet rural area, just off the Cushendall road, in the middle of County Antrim. It is 2 miles from Ballymena, and close to the village of Broughshane (walking distance), Clough, Cullybackey and Galgorm, it's also 35 minutes from Belfast International Airport. There is a tennis court on site and bespoke golf, walking and cycling holidays can be arranged
Modern B&B with 6 en suite rooms overlooking Larne harbour. 2 mins walk from the Port of Larne ferry terminal and railway station. The Harbour Inn B&B caters for early breakfast in the Grill, where we also serve lunch and evening meals. Daily specials are available. WiFi available throughout the Inn.
Valley View is a beautiful country house with breath-taking views of the Northern Irish countryside. Your host offers Tea and homemade bread and jam on arrival between 3 - 6 pm. Also, great knowledge of sight-seeing, walking, golfing and cycling in the area. Located on the Causeway Coastal Routes, this Bed and Breakfast provides an authentic taste of Northern Ireland and most importantly is close to all the local attractions such as Bushmills Distillery (4miles), Giant's Causeway (6 miles), Dunluce Castle (5 miles) and the Rope Bridge. There are also several golf courses convenient to Valley View such as the famous Royal Portrush Golf Course which is only 8 miles away. Breakfast includes self service porridge, cereals, fruit salad and home baked bread and jam followed by choice of several cooked options served in a stylishly decorated dining room.
Ballyharvey House has been recently constructed to a high standard and offers a range of guest bedrooms, with the options of single, double, twin bed or triple rooms, with en suites facilities or dedicated bathroom. Located in quiet rural location within 2 miles of Belfast International airport and Antrim town and Lough Neagh, just off the main A26 arterial route and with ample free car parking.
Aaranmore Lodge B&B is in a prime location for visitors to Northern Ireland's North Coast, with quick and easy access to all major attractions & walking distance to the amenities of the town, pubs, restaurants and beaches. Royal Portrush Golf Club is only minutes away and half a dozen other excellent golf courses can be found nearby. Aaranmore offers comfortable overnight accommodation and breakfast to its long established international clientele in well appointed spacious ensuite bedrooms. Parking and wi-fi are provided free of charge. We make an ideal choice as a base for tourists, golfers or the business traveller but please note we do not accommodate Hen/Stag Parties or Night Clubbers, Sorry.
Fermanagh is all about the lakes so why stay somewhere that doesn't offer lake access and views? Nestled on the shores of Lough Erne; Knockninny House offers both serviced B&B rooms and Self Catering accommodation. Choose from Lakeview Executive Rooms, Classic Double, Twin or Quad Rooms. Digital TV, Private Ensuites, Wi-Fi Broadband is available in selected areas around th
Friendly, comfortable, family run B&B and self catering apartment on the shores of Lough Neagh, 3 miles from Belfast International Airport but a quiet, rural location but only 30 minutes from Belfast, 20 minutes from Ballymena and Lisburn. Our rooms have excellent views of the lough. Our breakfasts and optional evening meals use local produce whenever possible including our own free range eggs.
Waterfront home on the shores of Lower Lough Erne near to Lusty Beg Island 3 miles from Kesh. We are an RYA Teaching Centre. We have our own private jetty and slipway for guests use as well as a small beach and Barbeque area. Guests welcome to bring their own Boat/Canoe/Jet ski. Water ski, Wakeboard, Fly fishing lessons available on site. We are ideally situated to enjoy both the Lakelands and Donegal.