Holiday Cottages in Lisburn, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Self Catering Holiday Accommodation

BallycastleLisburn's original site was located on what is now known as Hill Street, on a hill above the River Lagan. There was also a fort located at the north side of what is now known as Castle Gardens.

In 1611 James I granted Sir Fulke Conway the lands of Killultagh in south west County Antrim. During the 1620s the original streets of Lisburn as we know it today were laid out, Market Square, Bridge Street, Castle Street and Bow Street.

Sir Fulke Conway brought over many English and Welsh settlers during the Ulster Plantation. He built a manor house on what is now Castle Gardens and in 1623 he built a church on the site of the current cathedral. The Manor House was destroyed in the accidental fire of 1707 and was never rebuilt.


Brookhall View CottageBrookhall View Cottage : Lisburn : Prices £450 - 350
Located in the private grounds of the historic Brookhall, you can enjoy the peace and tranquility of the beautiful estate. Originally the gatelodge, this cottage provides quality accommodation with lots to do on site including Brookhall Farm, Museum, trout fishing & walks. Full listing ...

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