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Benedicts Hotel Star Rating 4        
7-21 Bradbury Place, Shaftesbury Square

This upscale, city-centre hotel is a 3-minute walk from Botanic train station and a 15-minute walk from Belfast Botanical Gardens. The posh, contemporary rooms feature work desks and 32-inch flat-screen TVs, as well as free Wi-Fi. There's a restaurant serving creative international cuisine.
Roseleigh House        
19 Rosetta Park

This unfussy, family-run guesthouse is off the A24. It's also a 7-minute walk from the Cherryvale Playing Fields and a 14-minute walk from Ormeau Golf Club. The 6 straightforward rooms rooms feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment.
All Seasons Guesthouse Belfast Star Rating 4        
356 Lisbun Road

This unfussy B&B in a Victorian redbrick villa is a 14-minute walk from Balmoral train station, 1.9 miles from the Grand Opera House and 3.5 miles from the Titanic Belfast museum.
Golflinks Hotel Portrush Star Rating 3        
Bushmills Road

This understated, modern inn is off the A2 and offers views of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a 3-minute walk from Rathmore Golf Club and 7 miles from the Giant's Causeway. The simple, colourful rooms feature TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free WiFi.
Atlantis Hotel Star Rating 2        
Bushmills Road

This understated, modern inn is off the A2 and offers views of the Atlantic Ocean. It's a 3-minute walk from Rathmore Golf Club and 7 miles from the Giant's Causeway. The simple, colourful rooms feature TVs, tea and coffeemaking equipment, and free WiFi.
The Port Hotel Star Rating 1        
53/57 Main Street

This understated, family-run inn is a 4-minute walk from Waterworld water park and an 8-minute walk from Portrush Harbour. The simple, modern rooms feature en suite bathrooms, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Complimentary breakfast is provided, as well as free WiFi.
Harbour Heights B&B        
17 Kerr Street

This unassuming, family-run lodge was built in 1870 and overlooks the Inishowen Peninsula. It's also a 5-minute walk from Portrush train station and 2.3 miles from Ballyreagh Golf Course.
Days Hotel Belfast Star Rating 3        
40 Hope Street

This straightforward budget hotel is a 2-minute walk from Great Victoria Street train station and is less than 1 mile from the Victoria Square Shopping Centre. The simple, down-to-earth rooms feature TVs, free WiFi, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment. There's a casual restaurant and bar as well as a 60-person conference room on-site.
Portcaman House Star Rating 3        
11 Priestland Road

This straightforward B&B is a 4-minute walk from the village centre, an 8-minute walk from the Old Bushmills Distillery and 2.4 miles from the Giant's Causeway. a bus stop right outside the door.
Anvershiel House Star Rating 3        
16, Coleraine Road

This simple, family-run bed-and-breakfast is an 8-minute walk from Portrush train station and less than 1 mile from Royal Portrush Golf Club. The airy, understated rooms feature en suite bathrooms, WiFi access and flat-screen TVs with DVD players, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. A complimentary cooked breakfast is provided, as well as free off-street parking.
 
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Antrim forms the north-east corner of Ireland, a channel only 13 miles wide separates Torr Head from the Scottish coast. Lough Neagh (the largest lake in Ireland or Britain) and the fertile valley of the Bann occupy the western part of the county, but the greater part of it is an irregular plateau of hills and uplands, drooping sharply to the sea on the north and east.

One of the most impressive aspects of county Antrim has got to be its famous coastline. The marine drive north from Larne, and then west to the resort of Portrush follows sixty miles of the most beautiful coast you could imagine. For many visitors, however, the world renowned Giant's Causeway is reason alone to visit the county.

Belfast the capitol of Northern boasted Ireland's biggest ship-yards, whose most famous ship was the ill-fated Titanic.