Holiday Cottages in Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Self Catering Holiday Accommodation
Antrim is situated half a mile northeast of Lough Neagh and has a population of around 20,000. It is 22 miles from Belfast and the International Airport is a short trip away.
There are many buildings of historic note in the town, especially in and around High Street. The courthouse sits at the end of the street, near the Barbican Gate, the old gateway to Antrim Castle. There are also hidden gems, such as a 19th century smithy (now a shop) on Bridge Street with a distinctive horseshoe entrance. About a mile from the town is one of the most perfect of the round towers of Ireland, 93 feet high and 50 feet in circumference at the base. It stands in the grounds of Steeple, where there is also the "Witches' Stone", a prehistoric monument.
Antrim Market House is a 2–story building built in 1726. Formerly a Court House, it is currently being renovated and will house Antrim Information Centre.
Apple Barn : Antrim : Prices £290 pw
Restored traditional stone barn close to Dunadry. Overlooking a leafy lane, stone walls and orchard. Recently renovated cottage with stable door, deep window sills and high ceiling. This is a charming and unique hideaway for one or two seeking a relaxing rural stay within easy reach of Belfast. Full listing ...
Apple Cottage : Antrim : Prices £380 pw
Traditional stone built restored cottage close to Dunadry, surrounded by a small private garden, farmland and orchard, is ideal for a relaxing, comfortable stay. Perfect base to explore the Antrim coastline and glens yet not far to the attractions of Belfast and on into Co. Down. Full listing ...