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Located a 13-minute walk from Carrickfergus Marina in Carrickfergus, Walter's Place has accommodations with air conditioning and free WiFi. Wow! Better than any hotel for comfort and cleanliness. Beautiful room, very comfortable king size bed, fluffy towels and the best nights sleep I had in a long time. Very friendly and welcoming host. I would highly recommend it.
Leafield House has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Carrickfergus, 7 miles from Carrickfergus Marina. Country location and the friendly farm animals. Good size rooms. Hosts very friendly and helpful. Great breakfast. Easy parking. Excellent views from our room. Windows opened wide to let in plenty of fresh air as it was a reasonably warm night.
Located in Carrickfergus, Altahammond House offers accommodations with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a garden and a shared lounge. We had a wonderful overnight stay in a beautifully furnished room with modern en-suite and a wonderful view of the sea. We were provided with a very tasty breakfast too. Our hosts couldn't have been more friendly and accommodating, going above and beyond the call of duty. Would unreservedly recommend this accommodation to all and hope to visit again ourselves.
Carrickfergus is famous for its Norman castle and keep. The range of shops is not great , but there is a proliferation of chemists! The Marine Highway is great for a good long walk with views of Belfast Lough.
Beautiful sparkling clean town. The walk along the sea is great. The playground opposite the castle is brilliant for young children. The castle itself is unbelievable. The exhibition is excellent and very educational.
Easy access to Belfast by train, did the Gobbins coastal hike, which was amazing about a 15 min drive. Great neighborhood with restaurants, bars and coffee shop. And the boardwalk offered great walking and the castle was beautiful with great history!!!
The waterfront was lovely - good information posters, flowers, war memorial etc very nice. Shops a bit on the dull side. Streets could do with a bit of attention re empty shops but were mostly litter free. St. Nicholas' Church was wonderful.
The views from the sea front and walks really good. A visit to the castle is a must if you like history. For value for money on food there is a wetherspoons and couldn't go wrong. There is a local train station to get to most places and very easy to use, much better than driving especially in to Belfast.
Beautiful castle and water front area and just a short scenic drive from the port of Larne. A great place to stay and catch the train into the centre of Belfast as it is on a direct rail line which is easily accessible from the town. Return train tickets (central Belfast to Carrickfergus) were really good value at under a £5 each!
Wow! Better than any hotel for comfort and cleanliness. Beautiful room, very comfortable king size bed, fluffy towels and the best nights sleep I had in a long time. Very friendly and welcoming host. I would highly recommend it.