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Dobbins Inn Hotel - 6/8 High Street, Carrickfergus BT38 7AF

0.4 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 2 | Prices from: £78.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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A 13th Century family run Inn situated in the heart of Carrickfergus town centre. Dobbins is one of Ireland’s oldest pubs steeped in history and oozing character, offering a great atmosphere, real coal burning fire, "craic", quality service and top class food. With a central location (including ample street parking) there is much to see and do on the hotel doorstep. The famous Castle and St Nicholas Church are within a five minute stroll of the hotel, whilst the recently reopened Gobbins Coastal Path is just a 10 minute drive away. The newly opened Railway Museum at Whitehead is also only 10 minutes drive away. Golfing and angling which are popular activities in the borough, can be arranged at various locations by enquiring at reception. Dobbins Inn is also a perfect base to explore the many unique attractions around the North Coast of Northern Ireland. All bedrooms are en suite complete with TV, telephone, complimentary WI-FI and tea/coffee making facilities. It has its own public bar with regular entertainment. Recently refurbished Landings restaurant seats up to 70 people. It is the perfect venue for small weddings, family get togethers or just to dine in a beautiful atmosphere. Dobbins is said to be home to the ghost of Elizabeth Dobyn (now known as "Maud"). She wanders the hotel in search of her fallen lover, many a tale can be told about her goings on around the hotel!

The Loughshore Hotel - 75 Belfast Road Carrickfergus BT38 8PH

1.3 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Situated at the gateway to the Causeway Coast Route and only 15 minutes from Belfast City Centre, we offer superb Guest Rooms, expert service, and unparalleled amenities.

Hastings Culloden Hotel - 142 BANGOR ROAD Belfast BT18 0EX

4.4 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 5 | Prices from: £207.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Standing on the wooded slopes of the Holywood Hills, overlooking Belfast Lough and the County Antrim coastline, is the magnificent Culloden Hotel. Originally built as an official palace for the Bishops of Down, the Culloden stands in 12 acres of beautiful secluded gardens and woodlands. Palatial surroundings, fine antiques and the highest levels of personal service combine to give the Culloden Estate and Spa an air of elegance. The exclusive Spa offers a full range of health and leisure facilities.

The Old Inn, Crawfordsburn - 15-25 MAIN STREET BANGOR BT19 1JH

4.9 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £125.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Blending the sophistication of a modern, award winning 4 Star Hotel with the traditional trappings of an historic coaching inn dating back to 1614, this striking hotel provides a unique destination for the discerning traveller. Spacious, impeccably styled bedrooms boast flat screen TV’s, goose down duvets and power showers, whilst a range of period themed four poster suites provide delightful views over the hotel gardens and Crawfordsburn Country Park. Dining in the award winning 2 AA Rosette Lewis Restaurant provides a treat for food lovers at lunch and dinner thanks to a range of innovative seasonal menus that showcase carefully cooked local produce. Guests can also relax with a generous Victorian Afternoon Tea in front of roaring fires in the timeless Parlour Bar, whilst the extensive breakfast menu typically includes the popular Ulster Fry. The Old Inn is conveniently located just 12.4km from Belfast City Airport, 14.5km from Belfast city centre whilst enjoying a beautiful rural setting just 1 mile from the sea, Crawfordsburn Country Park and the breathtaking North Down Coastal Path. Whatever your leisure pursuits Crawfordsburn offers an abundance of things to see and do including, golfing, scenic walks, historic sights, sailing or perhaps even a self indulgent shopping trip to Belfast.

Ballylagan Organic Farm Guest House - 12 Ballylagan Road, Straid Ballyclare BT39 9NF

5.6 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £95.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6
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Ideally situated for visiting Northern Ireland's leading tourist destinations, Ballylagan Farm is only 15 minutes drive from the magnificent Causeway Coastal Route and less than 25 minutes from Belfast's unforgettable Titanic Quarter. We are also less than 30 minutes from both major airports and seaports and only 2.5 hours from Dublin Airport. Once here you are immediately captivated by the serenity and beauty of South Antrim's Six Mile Water Valley. Stroll along the farm walk of a summer's evening the peace of which is enhanced by the call of the grebe or moorhen nesting on the farm's old mill dam. Our Guest House is a recently renovated early 19th century farmhouse - it retains all the character and charm of the original house, whilst offering an unsurpassed degree of comfort and modern convenience - all rooms have en suite facilities and Wi-Fi is available throughout. Two of the rooms have wood burning stoves for that special comfort of guests staying in the colder months. The self catering apartment is adjacent to the Guest House and consists of a sitting/dining room, a double bedroom, a separate shower room and a small but well equipped kitchen. Guests will always find a small welcome pack of essential foods (organic of course) when they arrive at the apartment. The sitting room has a double sofa bed allowing a maximum of four guests to stay. Also to be enjoyed on site are the all organic Tea Room and Farm Shop - much of the food we sell is grown here on the farm - this is a working organic farm producing beef, lamb, pork, bacon, eggs fruit and vegetables. Several other excellent eateries are a short drive away. Ballylagan Farm provides much of its own energy - we grow our own wood for the wood burning stoves and the majority of the electricity we use is supplied either by our water turbine or our solar panels. The Guest House is heated by an air source heat pump. We also offer bicycles for hire and there is a floodlit bitmac tennis court on site.

Ennislare House - 7-9 Princetown Road, , Bangor BT20 3TA

6.4 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £75.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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We offer 10 well appointed rooms with magnificent views of the harbour and its surroundings. Located within walking distance of the bus and train stations, town centre, and marina, Ennislare House has private parking and is an approved Northern Ireland Tourist Board member. Our rooms are traditionally furnished, with lovely bedding and good facilities. The guest house also has a high speed internet connection. Guests are assured of a warm Irish welcome when they come to Ennislare House bed and breakfast. Hearty breakfasts are happily provided in the mornings to set you up for a full day in Bangor and the surrounding areas. We are just minutes walk from Bangor city centre and only 20 minutes from some of Belfast’s most exciting offerings such as the magnificent Waterfront Hall, the Odyssey Arena and the new Titanic Quarter. The lunar landscape of the Giant's Causeway, lurking below the gaunt sea wall where the land ends, must have struck wonder into the hearts of the ancient Irish. There are many lovely walking trails as well as riding paths. Dundrum Castle is a fine example of castles built by the Normans. It was constructed by John de Courcy, the Norman conqueror of north east Ireland. It was built around the same time as Carrickfergus Castle (1180) and provides breathtaking views of the Mourne Mountains. Ulster Folk and Transport Museum contains cottages, farmhouses, churches, mills and other buildings providing an insight into life in Ulster from the last century. The museum of transport contains collections depicting the history of Irish railway and also an exhibition on the famous liner, the 'Titanic', built in Belfast at the Harland and Wolff shipyard. There is much to see and to explore in this part of the world, and Ennislare House is a great place from which to base yourself to enjoy the sites.

Marine Court Hotel - 18-20 QUAY STREET BANGOR BT20 5ED

6.6 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 3 | Prices from: £80.0 | Customer rating: 5\6
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Beautifully situated on the seafront at Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland, the Marine Court Hotel has superb views over Belfast Lough with Bangor Marina, Ireland's largest, in the foreground. Only 15 minutes from Belfast City Airport and IKEA, directly linked by rail to both Londonderry and Dublin, the Marine Court is one of Ireland's newest 3 Star Hotels, and provides a perfect base for business visitors and a gateway to the beautiful Coast of Down. County Down has many fine golf courses including Royal County Down, rated amongst the world's leading championship courses. There are fourteen superb golf courses within a ten mile radius. Nearby you'll also find sailing, scuba diving, wildfowl and birdlife, fishing, castles, country houses, folk museums, historic sites, traditional music, genuine Irish pubs and the tranquil beauty of County Down, Strangford Lough and the Ards Peninsula.

Cairn Bay Lodge - 278 Seacliff, Bangor BT20 5HS

7.0 miles from Taylors Avenue
Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £85.0 | Customer rating: 6\6
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Chris and Jenny Mullen would like to welcome you to Cairn Bay Lodge, a guesthouse for the discerning traveler set in extensive gardens with panoramic views of Ballyholme Bay and Ballymacormick Point Built in 1914 for Belfast City Councellor William Tyrell, The Cairn is a detached seaside villa with classic oak panelling, Dutch fireplaces and wonderful stained glass. His son Air Vice Marshall Sir William Tyrell was surgeon to the Queen Mother and the present day Queen. So proud of the fact that his son held such an illustrious position William Senior had balconies built at both the front and rear of the house in anticipation of a Royal Visit. Sadly much to his appointment this never materialised. Now it is home to Chris and Jenny Mullen, and daughter Poppy, and guests from all over the world. Good hospitality and relaxation are on offer. Jenny is a trained Beauty Therapist with a salon on the premises and and Chris is in charge of the kitchen with breakfast being his speciality. Help yourself to County Armagh apple juice, seasonal fruits, home-made soda bread, wheaten bread and yoghurt, followed by one of the daily specials such as Baked Irish Goat's Cheese, local oak smoked salmon omelette or Traditional Ulster Grill.
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