Historic Accommodation in Northern Ireland

Enjoy miles of award-winning sandy beaches and stunning coastal scenery from Portstewart Strand in County Londonderry down to Cranfield West in County Down – perfect for a family picnic or barbeque and offering numerous activities like sailing, fishing, canoeing and hiking. Alternatively, explore Finn McCool’s famous Giant’s Causeway, the Titanic Museum, Belfast’s famous ‘ghost walk’, Downpatrick & County Down Heritage Railway or the Old Bushmills Distillery, the oldest in Ireland. There’s plenty to see and do if you ever tire of the beach!

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Ballygally Castle

Ballygally Castle, Ballygally, Larne, Northern Ireland, BT40 2QZ.

Said to be one of the most haunted places in Ulster, Ballygally Castle stands proudly overlooking the golden sands of Ballygally Bay. Built in 1625, this luxury hotel now offers 54 elegant bedrooms, with private dining available in the medieval dungeon

  • 17th Century

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Beech Hill Country House Hotel

Beech Hill Country House Hotel, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, BT47 3QP.

Built in the eighteenth century, Beech Hill Hotel is a 4 star elegant and luxurious country house hotel. The property boasts a mini spa, 27 well appointed bedrooms, and is surrounded by gardens and woodland.

  • 18th Century

Manor House Country Hotel

Manor House Country Hotel, Killadeas, Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, BT94 1NY.

Take a trip back in time with a visit to Manor House Country Hotel. This 19th century manor offers first class accommodation and a wide range of facilities and services.

  • 19th Century

Dobbins Inn Hotel

Dobbins Inn Hotel, Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland.

Dubbins Inn Hotel is set in a wonderful 13th century building and features individually decorated rooms, each with a private bathroom. The restaurant serves a varied menu using fresh local produce.

  • 13th Century