This modern 'Bed & Breakfast' is just 200 yards from the A8 Larne to Belfast road in a scenic rural situation. It is set in a pleasant garden of over an acre and is just 6 miles from the ferry port of Larne with its many daily crossings to Scotland
Carrageenan overlooks Shane's Hill which is named after one of the chiefs of the Ulster clan of the O'Neills. It makes for an ideal base to explore the Glens of Antrim and the Antrim Coast Road, with its magnificent scenic views which will lead to the aweinspiring Giants Causeway. Belfast is just 15 miles away to the south east with all the amenities one would expect from a modern cosmopolitan city. It has so much history both ancient & modern. Did you know that the Titanic liner was built in the Belfast Shipyard? Come on on over & enjoy the 'craic' you will not regret it.
The accommodation consists of one twin bedded and one with a double and single bed, each with their own en-suite. The cost includes a full cooked breakfast of your choice. A cot can be provided in the double room if required. Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. The rooms over look a scenic garden and views of Shane's Hill and the surrounding countryside.
A sheltered patio is available for the guests to enjoy the large garden. Better still why not walk through the garden and enjoy the scenery that is all around.
Just off the A8 road (Belfast to Larne) 15 mileas from Belfast City.
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Sam & Isabel Campbell Carrageenan 6 Moss Road Ballyclare, United Kingdom BT39 9UT
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Carrageenan Ballyclare, United Kingdom Bed & Breakfasts This modern 'Bed & Breakfast' is just 200 yards from the A8 Larne to Belfast road in a scenic rural situation. It is set in a pleasant garden of over an acre and is just 6 miles from the ferry port of Larne with its many daily crossings to Scotland
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