Country Hotels in Belfast
|| When you’re looking
for a place to escape to, there’s nothing better than getting
a glimpse of rural life and opting for a country retreat. Belfast
has plenty of beautiful hotels set in acres of natural park and gardens,
plus they’re never too far away from city life and essential
The Burrendale Hotel and Country Club [map]
is the perfect example of the kind of luxurious surroundings you
can expect in one of Belfast’s premier retreats.
Located at Castlewellen and positioned between the stunning Mourne
Mountains and the Irish sea, the Burrendale has always
been particularly popular for fairytale weddings and it’s easy
to see why. Visitors from across the globe flock to this hotel to
sample the facilities that go that extra mile. From a large heated
pool, to an extensive gymnasium and a personal service from all members
of staff, there’s nothing else to do but lie back and enjoy
the stunning scenery from your hotel room window.
Head over to the beautiful village of Crumlin and visit the Keef
Halla Country Hotel [map],
Tully Road, Nutts Corner, which is a beautiful 'olde worlde' building
packed with charm. It’s also a four-star award-winning venue
and offers plenty of luxurious facilities. Bedrooms are traditional
with modern touches such as satellite TV, tea and coffee making facilities
and refreshments. And en suite comes as standard.
Golfers travel from far and wide to experience the hospitality and
exceptional course at The Clandeboye Lodge Hotel [map]
, Estate Road, Clandeboye. This hotel can be found overlooking
the stunning North Down Coast and the Blackwood Golf Club,
which offers two challenging courses. Guests are also encouraged to
meander through the landscaped gardens or sit back in the light and
airy restaurant and dine in style.
Nature lovers will be in their element at The Manor House Guesthouse
The Manor House, The Harbour, Rathlin Island, which can be reached
by a short and romantic boat trip from Ballycastle.
This is the place to see most of Northern Ireland’s most majestic
birds in their natural habitat as well as an historical restored Georgian
mansion to boot. The guesthouse has been approved by the Northern
Ireland Tourist Board and offers en suite single, double and twin
rooms as well as cheaper rooms that are usually snapped up by avid
bird spotters at the start of the season.
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