Built in 1625, this 3-storey hotel comprises 44 rooms of which 20 are double rooms and 6 are suites. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a cloakroom and a lift. There is also a bar and an à la carte restaurant available to guests. Finally, a conference room, a public Internet terminal, room and laundry services as well as a car park round off the facilities.
Full of character and charm. Beautiful, original beamed ceilings, combined with tasteful contemporary decor. The modern rooms each come with a bathroom, a direct dial telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a double bed, carpeting and central heating.
The exquisite Garden Restaurant in Antrim overlooks the Castle grounds and offers a set lunch menu as well as a choice of Bistro menu or Table d'hote menu for dinner.
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Located on the scenic Antrim coast only 26 miles from Belfast and close to Larne, facing the soft, sandy beaches of Ballygally Bay. Surrounded by fabulous parkland and forests. Links to the public transport network are just a few paces away and there are many shopping venues as well as countless restaurants, diverse bars and nightlife venues to be found in the surrounding area.
*How To Get There*
By Car: From Belfast take the M2, and exit Junction 5, the A8. Travel along the A8 to Larne and then follow the A2 Coast Road to Ballygally.
We really loved staying once again in the Ballygalley Castle Hotel - it has very special memories for us, as our daughter and son both held their wedding receptions there, and we have celebrated many family occasions too, including our Ruby Anniversary. The staff, once again, were very attentive and friendly and we were delighted with our room which overlooked the garden, mountains and sea. We enjoyed a fabulous dinner with our family, with champagne, and look forward to many more visits to this gem of a hotel. We bought a painting of the castle as a permanent reminder of some of the happiest times in our lives.