Carnately Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Carnately Lodge is a modern chic Bed and Breakfast. Situated on the perimeter of the town of Ballycastle Carnately Lodge is perfectly situated to explore the Glens of Antrim and the whole of the North Coast and what it has to offer. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is only 5 miles away and then onward to the Giants Causeway (Northern Ireland's only world heritage site).
Then on towards to Bushmills Distillery and Dunluce Castle. Why not explore the numerous award winning beaches, or for a relaxing day out why not take the ferry over to Rathlin Island. In the evening enjoy a delicious in Ballycastle’s premier eating house the Central Bar.
After your day out and dinner return to the warmth and comfort of Carnately Lodge where the homely atmosphere will help you to relax and unwind. Due to our location outside the town there is no noise to disturb your nights sleep in our luxurious rooms.
Carnately Lodge is situated approx 1 hours drive from Belfast city and also one hour from both airports. Also Ballycastle can be accessed along the Spectacular Coastal Route just over one hour from the port of Larne.
There is ample free and secure parking at Carnately Lodge. Activities can be arranged upon request, these include, Fishing both deep sea and fresh water, cycling, hillwalking, pony trekking etc. The owners of Carnately Lodge can also provide packed lunches for such activities if required.
Dogs are allowed to stay at Carnately Lodge provided the guest brings along the bedding for the pet.
Carnately is a totally non-smoking establishment.
At Carnately Lodge we take a more healthy approach to breakfast. Whilst a fully cooked breakfast is always available we also provide more healthy options such as smoked salmon and locally sourced scrambled free range eggs. We also bake most of our own breads and make our own marmalades.
Come along and stay at Carnately Lodge and watch the world go by and enjoy the comfort on offer.
51 Moyarget Road
||028 207 69035
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This page was last updated: 15 March 2016