Larne is just twenty miles from Belfast and one of the most modern ports in Ireland. Although generally thought of as an area from which one enters or leaves the country, it is actually an enjoyable holiday destination in itself. The beaches are safe and sandy, with convenient facilities nearby. The Ulster Way is an ideal way for walkers to view the magnificent scenery of the area. The area boasts the only diving school in Northern Ireland. For those who are less enthusiastic to avail of Larne's location on the coast, there are theatres, excellent restaurants, lively pubs and a cinema.
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6 Redlands Road, Larne, BT40 1FD, Co. Antrim
The Port of Larne is a 1-minute drive from Curran Court and provides ferry connections to the Scottish Highlands. Free internet and flat-screen TVs are provided in all rooms.
2 Princes Gardens, Larne, BT40 1RQ, Co. Antrim
A period property in a quiet residential street, with free Wi-Fi and free parking, Derrin Guest House is less than 5 minutesâ drive away from the P&O Ferry Terminal at Larne Harbour.
274 Coast Road, Ballygally, Larne, BT40 2QZ, Co. Antrim
The Garden Restaurant has the character and charm you would expect of a 17th Century Castle. Enjoy the Garden views whilst you receive the highest level of service from our staff and enjoy the delicious, contemporary food which has been carefully sel
20 Harbour Road, Carnlough, Ballymena, BT44 0EU, Co. Antrim
Charming coaching Inn in a small fishing village on the Antrim coast road 14 miles north of Larne. A reputation for good home-cooked food, simply and freshly prepared - including smoked salmon from nearby Glenarm.
Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Co. Dublin
Eat. Drink. Art. Music.