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Crescent Townhouse Star Rating 3        
13 Lower Crescent

Opposite Crescent Gardens, this 19th-century Regency-era hotel is a 1-minute walk from The Belfast Empire Music Hall and a 2-minute walk from the Crescent Arts Centre. The traditional rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, work desks and free Wi-Fi, as well as tea and coffeemaking equipment. Complimentary full Irish breakfast is provided.
Citi Lodge Bed and Breakfast Belfast Star Rating 1        
7 - 13 Cromwell Road

LocationLocated in a very central and cosmopolitan area of Belfast, Citi Lodge Hotel is within walking distance to a variety of pubs, clubs, bars and cafe's. The Queens University, The Grand Opera House, The Botanic Gardens and the City Hall are all within walking distance from this property.RoomsAll guest rooms are equipped with standard amenities such as air conditioner, telephone and a private bathroom.
Cullentra House Star Rating 4        
16 Cloughs Road

Cullentra House is ideally placed in a peaceful setting in Cushendall, just a short car ride from Glenariff Forest Park. It provides free wireless internet, a gym and a golf course.Guests of Cullentra House Cushendall can make the most of the property's gardens.
Belfast Apartment Star Rating 4        
68 Salisbury Court

Set in the heart of the city, Belfast Apartment provides easy access to Belfast's popular retail areas and tourist attractions. It offers free Wi-Fi, and is an easy stroll from Sandy Row.The property has 2 apartments, all of which are equipped with a variety of facilities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Garron View Star Rating 1        
14 Clough's Road

Situated in Cushendall, Garron View is a short drive from Cushendun and offers a garden, a laundry service and free Wi-Fi.The bed & breakfast features rooms equipped with a hair dryer.Those staying at Garron View can enjoy a satisfying breakfast each day.
Teach An Cheoil B&B Star Rating 3        
14 Glenmakeeran Road

Set within the scenic parkland of Ballyvoy, Teach An Cheoil B&B offers comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as a tour desk, free Wi-Fi and a ticket service.There are 2 rooms at the bed & breakfast, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.Guests can sit down to breakfast served each morning at Teach An Cheoil B&B.
Beulah Guest House Star Rating 3        
16, Causeway Street

Beulah Guest House is located in Portrush and features free wireless internet. It is situated a short stroll from Barry's Amusements.The guest house has 9 modern rooms that are fitted with all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.
Central Belfast Apartment Star Rating 4        
67 Maryville Street

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 4-star property makes for an ideal base in Belfast. It is moments from The Limelight, eateries and nightlife options.Central Belfast Apartment provides free Wi-Fi and free private parking on site.
Glenn Eireann House        
121 Tromra Rd

Set within the scenic countryside of Cushendun, Glenn Eireann House offers comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, such as free Wi-Fi.There are 4 rooms at the bed & breakfast, each offering all the essentials to ensure a comfortable stay.Glenn Eireann House serves breakfast daily, and guests can relax with a drink in the lounge bar.
Inn On The Coast Portrush Star Rating 3        
50 Ballyreagh Road

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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.