Ballygally Castle Hotel

Accommodation, Hotels in Ballygally, County Antrim

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Ballygally Castle Hotel


Dating back to the 17th century, the castle boasts some of the most beautiful panoramic views in the country. Not only is it set in an idyllic location, but it is the perfect base for exploring Antrim and its surroundings. A haven of tranquility, staying here is ever so relaxing. Looking for something a little more active? From fishing, cycling, to playing golf, there are so many activities to indulge in nearby. Do not miss out on taking a walk in the gardens which are also extraordinary. The rooms are all tastefully designed in a stunning contemporary style while still showing off the charm from the original period of the castle. How brave are you? The 'ghost room' in one of the castle's turrets is incredible. Visitors from the past believe having seen the ghost of Lady Isabella Shaw (the former lady of the castle) appear during the night. An enchanting all-round experience for all!

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Coast Road ,
Ballygally, County Antrim, BT40 2QZ




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