As one of Ireland's oldest hostelries, The Old Inn has played host to many notable visitors, both famous and infamous. Peter the Great - Tsar of Russia, highwayman Dick Turpin and former US President George Bush are among the many travellers who have lodged and dined under its thatched roof. Today the tradition of hospitality is as strong as ever. You can sink into a comfortable chair by the fire and dine in elegance in the 1614 restaurant. Listed in the Taste of Ulster guide.
Lewis at The Old Inn was voted Best Restaurant in Ulster in the Good Eating Guide to Ireland 2011.
**Winner of Hotel of the Year at the Northern Ireland Tourism Awards 2009 and 2007**
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Location / Directions
Take the A2 Belfast-Bangor road then take the B20 to Crawfordsburn Village. The hotel is on the roadside in centre of village. Only 10 miles from Belfast city centre and George Best City Airport.
- Parking Available
- Restaurant on Premises
- Dogs Welcome Outside
- Ironing Facilities
- Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
- Hairdryer Available
- Cot & Highchair Available
- Licensed Premises
- Euro Accepted
- Ground Floor Bedroom(s)
- Laundry Service
- Tea/Coffee making facilities
- TV In Bedrooms
- Family Room on request
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