An old and beautiful town twelve miles from the Causeway coast. The allure of the town endures though and it remains a popular destination for many visitors. Its ancient buildings contribute greatly to the town's appeal. The old church tower even dates back to 1637. For more information on the history of the town, you should visit the Museum and Heritage Centre which gives an insight into the character of the area. Complementing the nostalgic charm of the town, there is a wide choice of shops and restaurants which are all conveniently serviced by nearby parking facilities.
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Ballymoney, Co. Antrim
Finish your day on a high by indulging yourself in the culinary delights our Restaurant has to offer. We use only the finest cuts of quality meats and the freshest local seafood, simply enhanced by fresh vegetables and herbs, mostly grown within a fe
19-21 Church Street, Ballymoney, BT53 6HS, Co. Antrim
Steeped in history and character, Kelly's offers high quality food and service in pleasant and friendly surroundings. Recently modernised, the new facilities have been skilfully installed to retain the traditional qualities such as the thatched roof.
The Hedges Leisure Complex, 161 Ballinlea Road, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim
The Hedges Restaurant in Stranocum offers a new and original dining experience. A business in its infancy, a young and dynamic team is responsible for creating a dining experience to remember. Using a great deal of locally sourced produce we are dedi