Perched on the tip of the famous Causeway Coastal Route, sits Ballygally Castle Hotel Co. Antrim. A stunning 17th century castle which overlooks the golden sands of Ballygally Bay and has uninteruppted views towards Scotland.
A stay here is a journey in more ways than one. it’s the perfect base for exploring the stunning Antrim Coast, just a stone’s throw from the 9 Glens of Antrim and then on to the Giant’s Causeway. Relax and explore your more creative side, read a novel, write a novel or paint in the beautiful gardens. Drive a vintage car along the coast. Golf. Fish. Or join in the many activities provided by the hotel and places nearby.
All of the 54 bedrooms are designed with relaxation and comfort in mind. Each room is tasteful decorated, combining contemporary décor with the distinctive character and charm of the Castle, all beds have a luxurious ‘cloud mattress’ that will ensure you get a comfortable night’s rest.
Many of the rooms boast stunning views over Ballygally Bay or the beautifully landscaped gardens of the Castle.
Set within the original 17th Century walls, The Garden Restaurant serves up a range of delicious bistro and table d’hote menus for lunch or dinner, featuring many dishes made using the finest local produce. Stop by for Sunday Lunch in the magnificent River Room. Traditional roasts, contemporary fayre, family catch-ups and stunning views across the bay and beyond to Scotland make it a special place to be. Not forgetting Afternoon Tea, a pastry and cake-fest for the palette.
Private dining in the medieval dungeon or in the atmospheric Room 1625 can also be arranged – great for birthday parties, christenings, anniversaries and any special occasions. Or for something different why not host a medieval banquet? Something a bit different for that special private event!
The Ballygally Castle is the perfect base from which to explore the locations where many pivotal scenes were shot for Game of Thrones. The producers used locations across Northern Ireland, but the spectacular Causeway Coast has more than its fair share of appearances. Only a few miles from Ballygally Castle are Cairncastle, Cushendun Caves, Slemish Mountain and the village of Glenarm all of which have close connections to the iconic show.
You can enjoy a Games of Thrones Afternoon Tea at Ballygally Castle.
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