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Antrim – 11 hotels and places to stay

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Dunsilly Hotel, hotel in Antrim

One of the most comfortable hotels in Northern Ireland, the Dunsilly Hotel Antrim offers 40 well-furnished bedrooms with private bathrooms. There are excellent conference and banqueting facilities.

Pleasant helpful front desk
Scored 8.4
8.4
Rated very good
Very Good
703 reviews
Price from$175.23per night
Dunadry Hotel And Gardens, hotel in Antrim

This hotel's great location is only a few minutes from Belfast International Airport and the M2 freeway, convenient to Junction One, Antrim and only a short drive away from Belfast and Ballymena,...

Room was big and nicely furnished
Scored 8.3
8.3
Rated very good
Very Good
556 reviews
Price from$194.08per night
Holiday Inn Express Antrim, an IHG Hotel, hotel in Antrim

Located at Junction One, Northern Ireland’s largest shopping center, The Holiday Inn Express Antrim offers colorful rooms and free parking, just 10 minutes from Belfast International Airport.

Fish and Chips dinner was excellent. Breakfast was very good too. Cheerful staff, nice cold Smithwick's bottled beer.
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very Good
958 reviews
Price from$148.22per night
Riverside Townhouse Antrim, hotel in Antrim

Riverside Townhouse Antrim offers accommodations in Antrim, 18 miles from SSE Arena, Belfast and 18 miles from The Waterfront Hall.

Scored 10
10
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
6 reviews
Price from$139.50per night
The Stables B&B, hotel in Antrim

The Stables B&B offers accommodations in Antrim, 20 miles from Titanic Belfast and 20 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall.

Norbert was an exceptional host
Scored 8.6
8.6
Rated excellent
Excellent
456 reviews
Price from$135.62per night
Glendaloch B&B, hotel in Antrim

Glendaloch B&B is located in a rural area on the outskirts of Antrim Town, a 5 minute drive from Belfast International Airport and Antrim Town Center.

Breakfast, felt like I was in a manor. The orange juice was Mediterranean like in flavour
Scored 9.7
9.7
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
826 reviews
Price from$122.71per night
The Blue Cottage, hotel in Antrim

The Blue Cottage in Antrim provides accommodations with a garden and a shared lounge. This homestay offers free private parking, a shared kitchen, and free Wifi.

Kathleen was an exceptional host and made me feel so welcomed and well looked after. Thank you, and all the best from Catherine
Scored 9.4
9.4
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
199 reviews
Price from$103.33per night
Ballyharvey B&B, hotel in Antrim

Ballyharvey B&B in Antrim provides accommodations with a garden and a shared lounge. This bed and breakfast provides free private parking, luggage storage space, and free Wifi.

Beautiful clean house, lovely soft beds, amazing breakfast and the hosts were lovely.
Scored 9.6
9.6
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
231 reviews
Price from$114.96per night
The Nest Antrim, hotel in Antrim

The Nest Antrim offers accommodations in Antrim, 20 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall and 16 miles from Belfast Castle.

We enjoyed the quiet neighborhood and close proximity to city amenities. This is a very comfortable and well appointed home.
Scored 9.5
9.5
Rated exceptional
Exceptional
15 reviews
Price from$145.31per night
Firbog Nook, hotel in Antrim

Firbog Nook offers accommodations in Antrim, 19 miles from Titanic Belfast and 19 miles from The Belfast Empire Music Hall.

Scored 9.4
9.4
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
39 reviews
Price from$93per night
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What Guests Said About Antrim:

  • Scored 10
    10

    Ill not lie this was just a one night stopover for me but I...

    Ill not lie this was just a one night stopover for me but I do know the area has an immense cultural heritage spanning 1000s of years. My advice to all is the same for any location get out and explore eat were the locals eat soak up the atmosphere. Everyone I came across was friendly and helpful. Its easy and fast to get to so there are really no excuses not to visit.
    Scott
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 8.0
    8.0

    Antrim lost as most hardly any in the mull the shops in town...

    Antrim lost as most hardly any in the mull the shops in town were shut but u are near retail parks so it made the town go down hill like most towns when retail parks are built , 2 your not far from Belfast anyway , peaty parks for walks about
    Fiona
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    Great location.

    Great location. So peaceful and quiet and lots of country side to walk around yet a few minutes up the road is the town with shops and sports facilities. Also the castle and grounds and the Lough. So close to Belfast to by bus or train.
    justine
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 6.0
    6.0

    There are a few interesting places in Antrim, the gardens...

    There are a few interesting places in Antrim, the gardens and the lake shore area are very pretty. Here are excellent facilities for a number of sports including golf , swimming , boating and leisure centre type activities. The access to the rest of Northern Ireland is very good.
    Norman
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    Wasn't visiting Antrim ...... going to Belfast International...

    Wasn't visiting Antrim ...... going to Belfast International Airport but Antrim is a pleasant small town for a short visit. It would be a good base for visiting Northern Ireland......one hour to Giant's Causeway and the beautiful North Coast ....45 mins to the Glens of Antrim ......25 mins to Belfast ......70 mins to the Lakes of Fermanagh .....one hour to Derry /Londonderry .....one hour to the Mourne Mountains
    margaret
    United Kingdom
  • Scored 10
    10

    The town itself has a fair bit to offer, which is mostly...

    The town itself has a fair bit to offer, which is mostly shopping and food outlets. However if that isn't your thing, the surrounding countryside is beautiful. If you get the chance to explore County Antrim, you should take it. With lots of peaceful countryside as well as beautiful beaches and historical and cultural landmarks, it is well worth a visit.
    Yerman07
    Denmark

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Antrim

  • From $103.33 per night
    Scored 9.4
    9.4
    Rated wonderful
    Wonderful
     · 199 reviews
    Comfortable beds, lovely period rooms, use of kitchen, and a delightful host, couldn't have hoped for more. The shared bathroom was not an issue, and was also a period style in keeping with the cottage. IF you needed to arrive by car, there is parking available, its also only 10 minutes walk from bus/train terminus. All in I could not have chosen a better place to stay in Antrim.
    graham
    United Kingdom
  • From $170.17 per night
    Scored 8.2
    8.2
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 958 reviews
    Great experience for the price we paid. Close to Belfast. Meters from shops and food paces. Great parking. Very well equipped room. Comfortable sleep. Modern interior. Great breakfast. We chose this budget hotel over Belfast hotels mainly due to excellent value. We were not dissapointed. Will go back again without hesitation.
    Aivis
    Ireland
  • From $230.56 per night
    Scored 8.3
    8.3
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 556 reviews
    I really liked this hotel. It was comfortable and I loved the door from the room into the garden. The food was very good and the staff friendly and efficient. We took a wee look at the ballroom and it looks ideal for a wedding venue
    Marion
    United Kingdom
  • From $134.33 per night
    Scored 9.7
    9.7
    Rated exceptional
    Exceptional
     · 826 reviews
    The location was close to Antrim and only a short drive to the s as import . It was quiet and peaceful. The hosts were very helpful and breakfast was perfect.
    Maria
    Australia
  • From $237.15 per night
    Scored 8.4
    8.4
    Rated very good
    Very Good
     · 703 reviews
    nice country house hotel recently refurbished- you could still smell the paint
    Valerie
    Ireland