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Featuring a garden, The Castle Bed & Breakfast is located in Ballintoy, within a 13-minute walk of Ballintoy Harbour and 0.7 miles of Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. Complimentary WiFi is offered. Location of B&B was very picturesque. The host was most helpful an friendly. Accommodation was very clean, modern and comfortable. Made for a very relaxing break.
Located in Ballintoy, North Coast Country Bed & Breakfast has air-conditioned accommodations with a terrace and free WiFi. This bed and breakfast provides accommodations with a patio. An excellent B&B in the quiet green of the north Ireland. The room was very romantic and comfortable and brekfast absolutely epic with fresh ingredients coming directly from the countryside. We arrived late in the night but the owner also helped us with the booking in a pub in Ballintoy. Very Appreciated!
Welcome Rest bed and breakfast offers accommodations in Ballintoy. Free private parking is available on site. Every room includes a private or shared bathroom with free toiletries. Hospitality, flexibility, cleanliness, comfortablity, location, and affordability were all excellent.
Crockatinney guest house is set on 60 acres of land, just 2 miles from Ballycastle. There is free WiFi access available and the property offers free on-site parking. This was by far our favorite place that we stayed (out of 4 different locations). Family room was comfortable for a family of 5. Very clean. Great breakfast. Super friendly.
With a bar, restaurant and live Irish music, The Fullerton Arms is a family-run Inn in Ballintoy village. It is on the main street and well-located for Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. This place is honestly amazing, everything about it. The food, the views and the staff! It’s a hidden little gem!
Braeside Cottage offers accommodations in Ballintoy, a 3-minute walk from Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and 1.2 miles from Ballintoy Harbour.
Located in Ballycastle, within 5 miles of Rathlin Island, Rope Bridge Cottage offers sea views. This vacation home provides barbecue facilities as well as a garden. Cosy wee cottage. Well situated for our short break in this beautiful part of the country. Good quality linens and towels etc.
Located in Ballycastle, within 5 miles of Rathlin Island, Northern Star Cottage offers sea views.
This country house hotel features free Wi-Fi and free parking less than 10 minutes’ drive from the Giant’s Causeway, a striking World Heritage Site. The proprietors Val and John and staff were very welcoming and helpful.
On the north coast of Northern Ireland, Maghernahar House B&B is located 4 miles from Ballycastle and 6 miles from the village of Bushmills. It offers well-appointed rooms with free parking and WiFi. Owner Michelle was so sweet and accommodating. Breakfast was fantastic, facilities were extremely clean. Nice quiet country location close to many attractions!
Lots to see and do! Loved every minute! In between lots of sites along coastal route. Always head to Carrick-a-rede rope bridge first...we lucked out because it closed later in day because of high winds. Giants Causeway was great-tip-do red trail first then blue trail back, you’ll get to see it from ridge and then get to walk down the stairs, instead of up! Go to Kibane Castle too. Mussels at Fullerton Arms were delicious. Go down to harbor for sunset-be prepared for winding road down, so worth it.
Dinner at the Fullerton Arms pub was delightful, From drinks before a welcoming fire to a meal of the best mussels in Ireland — mine in a garlic cream sauce and my husband’s in a whiskey-based sauce.
We just stayed overnight on our whirlwind trip around N.Ireland and Ireland. This is very close to all you might want to see in this area. The little town of Ballintoy is cute and offers great people, nice bars and some restaurants.
Lovely little sea side village. Rope bridge great fun and really recommend The Red Door cafe ........keep an eye out for the signs for it! Scenery absolutely beautiful. Good live music (and food) in Fullertons bar too.
Thanks to the regulations on building, this part of the world still enjoys an unspoilt feel. There is good access to the stunning coastline and I have enjoyed it in sunshine and rain. Ballintoy is a simple one street village with all the amenities at hand but Ballintoy harbour is spectacular in its rugged setting. For the walker looking for natural breath-taking views, homely accommodation and a sense of the real Northern Ireland it is an ideal stopping off point. Throw your watch away and relax.
8.8 Excellent 345 reviews
The location is in a small town on the beautiful northern coast of Northern Ireland. The views and atmosphere were outstanding. This hotel is conveniently located near major tourist attractions. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room was large, clean, quiet and comfortable. The restaurant evening meal and morning breakfast were very good. We would stay here again and would recommend it to anyone traveling along the Antrium coast.
9.8 Exceptional 22 reviews
An excellent B&B in the quiet green of the north Ireland. The room was very romantic and comfortable and brekfast absolutely epic with fresh ingredients coming directly from the countryside. We arrived late in the night but the owner also helped us with the booking in a pub in Ballintoy. Very Appreciated!
9.6 Exceptional 308 reviews
Donagh is super welcoming and a very friendly host! Breakfast was fantastic and our room was large and comfortable. Location was excellent for seeing the sites along the coast of Northern Ireland. We enjoyed our stay and wish it could have been longer!
8.8 Excellent 421 reviews
Fantastic location overlooking the ocean. Great rooms, nice bathroom and great breakfast. Just a lovely place to stay. Highly recommend for exploring the Giants Causeway and beyond.