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Antrim : Michelin's recommendations

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Antrim, a linen-spinning centre, was once the county town. Close to Lough Neagh, the city lies on a fine trout river called the Six Mile Water. There is a lakeside golf course on the lake shore and a marina providing boat trips. The town was razed by General Monro in 1649 and resisted the attack of a force of 3 500 United Irishmen led by Henry Joy McCracken, a Belfast cotton manufacturer, during the 1798 Rebellion.

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Tourist attractions Antrim : Things to see and do

  • Round bell tower Interesting

    Steeple Park GB - Antrim 3440

    A round, remarkably-preserved bell tower, 27 m high, stands surrounded by trees. Its conical summit has been restored. It is thought to date back to around 900 and is the only vestige of a large 6C monastery, abandoned in 1147.

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  • Pogue's Entry

    Church St. GB - Antrim 3440

    Standing in a narrow street is a simple hut, the birthplace of Alexander Irvine (1863-1941), who became a missionary in the Bowery district of New York. The room giving onto the street served as a kitchen, living room and shoemaker's shop for his fat..

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  • Castle Gardens of Antrim

    Clotworthy Arts Centre GB - Antrim 3440

    Behind the marketplace and the Law Courts (1726) is a magnificent Tudor-style doorway, giving onto the park of the former family residence of the Clotworthy family, which burned down accidentally in 1922. Monuments in memory of the family, their dogs..

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Hotels Antrim

  • Hilton Belfast Templepatrick

    Castle Upton Estate GB - Templepatrick BT39 0DD

    With luxury en suite bedrooms the Hilton Templepatrick is set in the private Castle Upton Estate. Rooms have garden views and there is a swimming pool, restaurant and golf course. Spacious rooms all feature TVs with video games, work desks and easy ..

  • Dunsilly Hotel Three stars Three stars Three stars

    20 Dunsilly Road GB - Antrim BT41 2JH

    Prix Prices from : 59 £

    One of the most comfortable hotels in Northern Ireland, the Dunsilly Hotel Antrim offers 40 well presented en suite bedrooms. There are excellent conference and banqueting facilities. Situated at junction 1 of the main M22 motorway, the hotel offers..

  • Ballyrobin Country Lodge Three stars Three stars Three stars

    144-146 Ballyrobin Road GB - Aldergrove BT29 4EG

    Prix Prices from : 54 £

    In the countryside of Antrim, less than a mile from Belfast International Airport, this boutique hotel offers a bar, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Reception is open 24/7. With its rustic atmosphere, the restaurant serves fresh, local pr..

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Restaurants Antrim

  • Billy Andy's Traditional pubs serving food 

    66 Browndod Rd GB - Antrim BT40 3DX

    It used to be the village store as well as a pub, and although the groceries are gone, this place still seems to be all things to all people. Cooking is filling, with a strong Irish accent. They offer a fine selection of whiskies, there are four mode..

  • Ballyrobin Restaurant within a Michelin recommended hotel (or restaurant) 

    144-146 Ballyrobin Rd GB - Crumlin BT29 4EG

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