Located on Causeway Coastal Route road close to the Gobbins path and Game of Thrones sites, a comfortable bed and breakfast , with views of the sea and Glens. Bright, spacious ensuite rooms in superb location for ferries to Scotland and touring the North and West of Ireland
The house is situated on the Causeway Coastal Route within easy reach of many of the North of Ireland's main tourist attractions, including the city of Belfast with its Titanic Museum, Game of Thrones Dark Hedges, the castles of Carrickfergus and Glenarm , Giants Causeway, and the Ulster Way.The house is full of natural light with views of the sea or the Glens of Antrim from every window. The bedrooms all have sea views, and breakfast is served in in a delightful space with views on all sides. The house inspires imagination and a desire to explore this beautiful part of Ireland, while offering a relaxed and peaceful sanctuary for travellers who want to recharge their batteries.
Accès des voyageurs
There are 2 double bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with a double and a single bed. Both rooms are en suite. Guests have full use of a lounge with book shelves, TV and wood burning stove and are encouraged to make themselves at home.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Kinnalargy is my home so I am there to greet guests, provide breakfast and to give information on the many amenities and experiences to explore in the Glens area. I enjoy meeting and chatting to guests, but the house is spacious enough to allow everyone to have their own privacy.
A golden retriever called Amber and a fluffy black and white cat called Oscar live at the house, and are both very friendly.
Pets are welcome if they are clean in the house.
The house has a no smoking policy throughout.
Guests are asked to respect others privacy, peace and quiet.
Children under 10 years £20 per night
Babies and infants under 2 are free
Hi my name is Margy. I live in beautiful Ballygally and worked with older people in Belfast. I started my bed and breakfast business in 2013 and enjoy welcoming guests to my home. I returned to Ireland several years ago after living in England and Wales. I love meeting the diverse and interesting people who travel to this part of Ireland.