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Dining Out - County Antrim

Famous for Dulse and Yellow Man, satisfy both sweet and savoury tastes at one of the many fine restaurants.

Places To Visit

Ballyrobin Country Lodge, Aldergrove, Crumlin

Ballyrobin Country Lodge embodies Ulster Character and Boutique Style to provide cosy, comfortable accommodation, ideal for the weary traveler. Situated minutes from Belfast International Airport and a few miles from the province's main motorway ...

Bushmills Inn Hotel and Restaurant, Bushmills

"A living museum of Ulster hospitality''

Londonderry Arms Hotel, Carnlough, Ballymena

Charming Coaching Inn in a small fishing village on the Antrim coast road 14 miles north of Larne. A reputation for good home-cooked food, simply and freshly prepared - including smoked salmon from nearby Glenarm.

Causeway Hotel, Bushmills

Here at the Causeway Hotel, established in 1836, we pride ourselves in our hospitality. You can relax in comfortable surroundings or take in the breathtaking views and invigorating air that is the famous Giants Causeway.

Truffles Restaurant & Guest House, Randalstown, Antrim

Truffles is a hidden treasure located in the heart of the picturesque village of Randalstown in rural Co. Antrim. The 3 star guesthouse & restaurant is one of Northern Irelands finest and is renowned for its welcoming hospitality and extensive ...

Donnelly's Bakery and Coffee Shop, Ballycastle

Donnelly’s Bakery was established over thirty years ago and is now in being run by the second generation of bakers. As one of the few remaining home bakeries that still bake in house, we pride ourselves in the use of only the healthiest ...

7 The Carriages, Dundrum, Newcastle

This 4 star luxurious and stylish apartment bordering the immaculate grounds of the Royal County Down Golf Course, is tucked in a private courtyard with ample parking space.

The newly built apartment is finished to an extremely high standard. ...

Bureau By The Lough, Newtownabbey

Bureau By The Lough overlooks beautiful Belfast Lough and is the first eatery on the celebrated Causeway Coastal Route.

JD's Restaurant, Ballymena

JD's extensive menu selection plus weekday carvery (excludes Bank & selected holidays) caters for all tastes and ages. The beef is locally reared and their fruit and vegetables are mostly seasonal.

Sozo, Carrickfergus

This small but cosy Cafe/bistro is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner (Fri-Sat) and does take-away food as well. For lunch, soups salads and irrestistable cakes are on the menu.

The Garden Restaurant at Ballygally Castle, Ballygally, Larne

Set within the original 17th Century walls, The Garden Restaurant serves up a range of delicious bistro and table d’hote menus fo for lunch and dinner. Sunday lunch in served in the the magnificent River Room.

Square Bistro, Lisburn

Open for breakfast, lunches and dinners. It's all about the food at this establishment. Renowned for its theme nights, Wednesday and Thursday curry nights, Friday seafood and Saturday live music while you dine.

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