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All Seasons

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Derrin Guest House

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Malvern House

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The Rocks B&B

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Causeway B&B

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The Carrick

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Ardbrin Lodge

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Hillrise B&B

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Larkhill House

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Glenmore House

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Ballyharvey B&B

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O’Harabrook Country House

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Green Monkey Lodge

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Roseleigh House

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Kilmore Country House

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Church View B&B

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Places to Stay in County Antrim - Explore Northern Ireland's Natural Beauty

Discover the best selection of places to stay in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. Browse through our extensive list of accommodations, ranging from quaint bed and breakfasts to luxurious hotels and holiday homes, situated in and around the stunning natural beauty of the county. Our curated list ensures you find the perfect place to stay for a memorable holiday or weekend getaway.

Experience County Antrim's Natural Wonders

County Antrim, located on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, is a must-see destination for nature lovers. From the iconic Giant's Causeway and the rugged coastline to the mysterious Dark Hedges and the lush forest parks, the county is home to some of the most stunning natural wonders in the world.

While exploring the county's natural beauty, stay in one of our comfortable and convenient accommodations, offering a range of amenities to suit your needs and preferences. Whether you prefer a serene bed and breakfast nestled in the countryside or a luxurious hotel with stunning sea views, our listings have got you covered.

Featured Places to Stay in County Antrim

Our comprehensive list of places to stay in County Antrim includes a range of accommodations to suit every preference and budget. Each property offers a unique experience, with key features such as:

  1. Comfortable and spacious rooms with en-suite bathrooms
  2. Stunning views of the coast or countryside
  3. On-site restaurants serving delicious local cuisine
  4. Easy access to popular attractions and outdoor activities
  5. Free Wi-Fi, parking, and other essential amenities

Explore County Antrim's Attractions and Activities

While staying in one of our comfortable accommodations, explore the county's popular attractions and outdoor activities, including:

  1. The Giant's Causeway and the Causeway Coastal Route
  2. The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
  3. The Dark Hedges
  4. The Glens of Antrim
  5. The coastal towns of Portrush and Ballycastle

In addition to sightseeing, indulge in the county's diverse culinary scene, from fresh seafood to traditional Irish fare, or experience the vibrant nightlife and music scene in Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital.

Booking Your Accommodation in County Antrim

To find and book your ideal place to stay in County Antrim, browse our comprehensive list of accommodations. Each listing includes detailed information on the property, amenities, and pricing, along with guest reviews to help you make an informed decision. Reserve your perfect accommodation today and experience Northern Ireland's natural beauty like never before.

Whether you're planning a romantic getaway, a family vacation, or a weekend escape with friends, County Antrim offers the perfect blend of natural beauty, relaxation, and adventure. Don't wait, book your dream accommodation today and make unforgettable memories in the heart of Northern Ireland.

Different types of accommodation in County Antrim