The Londonderry Arms

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The Londonderry Arms

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Once owned by Sir Winston Churchill, this gorgeous hotel dates back to 1847. Elegant and family-run, the LondonDerry Arms Hotel is rich in history and is ideally located in the picturesque village of Carnlough. A perfect destination for couples, the atmosphere is warm and magical. Nestled half way between the iconic Giant Causeway and Titanic Belfast, there is so much exploring you can do within the area.The bedrooms are all individually designed for a maximum of comfort. Thoughtfully furnished and with great amenities, you are guaranteed a great night sleep. Indulge in some delicious local cuisine in the incredible restaurants and bars.Blending fresh exciting flavours with traditional recipes, it is a haven for foodies.There is also an extensive wine list, a great variety of local craft beers, and an incredible Gin menu. They even have a Whiskey bar!

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20 Harbour Road ,
Carnlough, Co. Antrim , BT44 0EU




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