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BallyCairn House is located in Ballygalley, 0.6 mi from the Causeway Coastal Route and features a garden and a shared lounge. Free WiFi is offered. Johnny and Dee are great hosts! Homemade brownies in the evening. Lots of advice and local knowledge about where to go and what to do on the next few legs of our journey. Just the best. Would recommend Bally Cairn house to everyone.
Lyndenheights-On-Sea is set on an elevated headland overlooking Ballygally Bay, The Maidens Lighthouse and The Scottish Coastline. Lyn and Dennis were so friendly! They were very helpful and spent time just talking with us. We loved the location...in the beautiful countryside with the sea right outside our window. It was clean, great bathroom/shower, bed was comfortable and the breakfast was amazing. Lyn even gave us coffee and cookies at night as an extra treat. We felt right at home. There is a wonderful pub/restaurant down the road ( The Meeting House ) that served excellent food. The property is just a short drive to the coastal road.
Located in the picturesque village of Ballygally, the family-run Cairnview Bed and Breakfast features rooms with free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Heather and Ian provided a lovely room for us - comfortable beds, clean, airy and bright. Breakfast was delicious, the neighborhood was very quiet and safe, but close to where we wanted to make day trips. A nearby pub / restaurant was very convenient and provided great food for a great price. We would definitely stay here again!
A period property in a quiet residential street, with free Wi-Fi and free parking, Derrin Guest House is less than 5 minutes’ drive away from the P&O Ferry Terminal at Larne Harbor. As we where leaving at 6 o clock for ferry they left a breakfast out for us cheers
Featuring sea views, McCareys Loanen Holiday Home provides accommodations with a terrace and an electric tea pot, around 6 miles from Magheramorne Quarry. This place is absolutely stunning! The holiday home is spotless, bright and airy and has been refurbished to the highest of spec with nothing over looked. We were the second guests to ever stay here and therefore we feel compelled to tell all about our find! What we looked for initially was a base to explore from and this was that and more as we couldn’t wait to come back to this quiet location after a day of sightseeing and exploring to hang out and relax with the amazing views!! This really is the perfect location to explore the beautiful sights that Northern Ireland has to offer. The owners were very welcoming, friendly and accommodating and also suggested places for us to visit. We were even able to extend our stay by a few days, as we just didn’t want to leave. A great place to stay for our family of 5…. We will most certainly be back again and look forward to our next visit. Thank you Colin and Linda
On average, 3-star hotels in Larne cost $94 per night, and 4-star hotels in Larne are $143 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Larne can be found for $167 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $96 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Larne for tonight. You'll pay around $116 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Larne will cost around $141, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
We didnt go into Larne to visit, we went to giant causway, the rope bridge, we stopped in Ballymena on way back for food. Pubs were very busy as it was Easter Monday but we eventually got food in the Diamond bar where staff were very friendly & looked after 9 of us.
I used this 3-day period as a base for exploring the area. Lots of interesting things to see if you have a car...not so much if you don't have a car. Larne, itself, is pretty uneventful. There is a good restaurant within walking distance of the b and b which was very convenient.
Not a great deal to do in the town of Larne but it is the gateway to the amazing Coast Road which follows the Antrim coast north and accross the beautiful north coast with Portrush and Portstewart and on to the city of Derry.
Larne was a quiet wee town but friendly people and a lovely feel to it, close to ferry terminal but the accomodation was excellent and the location very convenient to go places as you did not have to battle city traffic to get away
As someone who has live there and still visits regularly i think its worth a visit as you drive through to the famous Antrim coast road. Yes maybe not the prettiest town but very few towns in Ireland you can rate as pretty anways. The harbour area is picturesque with the Chain memorial tower worth a visit. Also Carnfunnock country park just outside the town at the start of the coast road is a nice stop over for snacks before starting the breath taking drive that is the Antrim coast road.
9.5 Exceptional 260 reviews
The room was beautiful with a private bathroom and perfect view of the sea. Lynn and her husband were fantastic hosts and knew a lot about the history of Ireland. They provided us with the best full Irish breakfast ever! Thanks to their advice, my girlfriend and I took advantage of the nice weather, went to Torr Head, and got engaged! Definitely will never forget this place or their wonderful hospitality!
9.9 Exceptional 114 reviews
Liked Everything! Beautiful Gardens and House, very friendly owners, helped us plan our tour up the Antrim Coast. Coffee, tea, and cookies on arrival. Great breakfast, large modern bedrooms and bathrooms. Host made a dinner reservation for us at the nearby castle. Host had great stories of their area of Northern Ireland.
9.2 Awesome 301 reviews
Everything , are stay was excellent. The layout of the hotel made it easy to move around. And was very comfortable. All the staff we encountered where extremely helpful and friendly. We had an evening meal at the hotel which was superb.
9.3 Awesome 38 reviews
Beautiful old guest house within walking distance to local hotel/motel for dinner. The property is full of interesting and beautiful items that the owner has collected over many years.
8.8 Excellent 273 reviews
The Half Way House is a family run hotel, and guests are treated as such. Rooms facing sea afford a wonderful view. The food, both breakfast and in restaurant, is very good.
9.2 Awesome 209 reviews
Service was great, really homely atmosphere, definitely made us feel as though we were staying in a comfortable home and not a hotel
9.6 Exceptional 32 reviews
Location perfect for Parkrun in Larne on Saturday morning. Little bit outside town - but that’s ok for me.
9.1 Awesome 264 reviews
Great location very close to ferry port. Was clean breakfast was very good. Staff helpful and friendly
9.1 Awesome 243 reviews
Spotless.comfy.friendly. interesting.nice bar a plus and beautiful setting of the hotel
8.8 Excellent 38 reviews
Central location. Very near the ferry port (larne to cairnryan)