Adair Arms Hotel

Places to Stay | Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland.



Located in the centre of the bustling town of Ballymena, The Adair Arms Hotel was originally built in 1846 by Sir Robert Adair and was designed by Charles Lanyon, responsible for many well known buildings such as the prestigious Queen’s University in Belfast.

If you’re looking for a place to stay in County Antrim this Ballymena hotel offers 44 ensuite bedrooms with a mixture of twin, double and single bedrooms, each with their own unique characteristics.

The hotel is within walking distance of all shops, theatres and restaurants that the town has to offer. Live music is performed every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening in the on-site bar

Free Wi-Fi is available in each room at the Adair Arms, as well as a 32-inch flat-screen TV, en suite bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities.

A full cooked breakfast is served in the on-site restaurant, as well as a variety of light snacks and evening meals made with locally sourced ingredients. Guests can also enjoy afternoon tea in the lobby.

Belfast city centre and its 2 main airports can all be reached within a 40-minute drive of this Co Antrim hotel.

Address: Adair Arms Hotel, 1-7 Ballymoney Road, Ballymena, Co. Antrim, BT43 5BS



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