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Ballyboe
"Waitresses in the ballyboe are very friendly & very helpful & made us feel really at home,will def be back be4 you know it! hehe

Date visited: Mon 11th Feb 08 ..." More

Ballyboe
"a super sunday bar was really busy a young crowd jukebox playing great atmosphere restaurant looked good definitely going back

Date visited: 2/12/2007 ..." More

Ballyboe
"sat evening and the place was buzzing private party upstairs good music drifting downstairs drinks promo on lovely girls giving free shots definitely ..." More

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The Antrim town of Ballyclare has seen its share of invaders and incomers throughout the centuries, from Viking raiders through Norman conquerors (who left their mark in the form of mottes still to be seen thereabouts) to the Scots who arrived during the Plantation. These days those searching out the settlement are likely to be tourists, including travellers who arrive at nearby Larne on ferries from England and Scotland, and some who come from further afield tracing ancestors who emigrated from the town to America and Australia – the families of Mark Twain and Sam Houston among them so it’s said. For tourists and commuters to Belfast alike Ballyclare offers a relaxed country setting ringed by forests and woodlands but only a short journey away from Northern Ireland’s capital. With a population just under the 9,000 mark it enjoys the amenities of a town on its broad main street, but none of the crush. Ballyclare has its own attractions too, architecturally in the form of the now unused 19th century market house, and culturally in its famous May Fair which dates back to the time of George II, one of the last horse fairs to survive in Britain and Ireland though these days its entertainment goes well beyond the equine. For those of a sporting bent there are several golf-courses within a matter of miles, and of course there’s the traditional welcome in the hostelries.

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5 Corners Guest Inn

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Ballyboe
Five Corners Bar
Grange Bar
Red Hand Bar
Sportsmans Inn
Tweedies Bar

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Ballyclare Taxis
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Ballyclare High School TTC (Table Tennis)
Ballyclare Methodist Club (Table Tennis)
County Antrim Harriers (Athletics)

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Ballylagan Organic Farm

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Bridgend Antiques

Activities

Aerosports(Airsports)

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Kings Moss CC(Cycling)
Doagh Business Park(Motor Sports)

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Portpatrick Hotel (35.66 miles)

Portpatrick Hotel
Standing in a commanding position, high on the Galloway Cliffs, The Portpatrick Hotel is magical and the vistas are unspoilt offering some of the most spectacular views in Britain.

We are blessed with having some beautiful ... More | visit website
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Dunskey Guest House (35.86 miles)

Dunskey Guest House
Gareth and Teresa Cole look forward to welcoming you to the Dunskey Guest House in Portpatrick, a family run guest house within walking distance of Portpatrick’s harbour, restaurants, pubs and shops. We are also the ... More | visit website
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Fernhill Hotel (35.86 miles)

Fernhill Hotel

With breath taking views over the village and harbour of the picturesque village of Portpatrick, Fernhill Hotel is the best place in the area to relax and enjoy the fantastic views, play the superb golf ... More | visit website

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Knockinaam Lodge (37.31 miles)

Knockinaam Lodge
In a romantic position at the foot of a wooded glen and sheltered by cliffs, this impressive Victorian house has furnishings that are bright, tasteful and luxurious. It stands in 30 acres of gardens and ... More | visit website
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Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel (38.05 miles)

Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel

Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel invests the charm and romance of an 1815 functioning lighthouse with the comforts of a small, very unique, luxury hotel and restaurant.

The Lighthouse is a listed 'A' building of major national importance. ... More | visit website

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The Swan Inn (39.87 miles)

The Swan Inn
The Swan Inn offers the perfect place to stay when in Stranraer. Centrally located in Sheuchan Street, opposite the excellent Agnew Park with great views across Loch Ryan, located only 3 minutes drive from the ... More | visit website
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Marine House Hotel (39.93 miles)

Marine House Hotel

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Jim & Fiona Wood welcome you to the Marine House Hotel website. Our well furnished and decorated hotel is in the town of Stranraer, in the southwest of Scotland. We ... More

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Fernlea Guest House (40.16 miles)

Fernlea Guest House

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Close to Stranraer’s town centre and ferry port, this charming family-run bed and breakfast is housed in an attractive, stone-built Victorian property, boasting fine original woodwork and ceilings. With just 3 rooms, ... More

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Lakeview Guest House (40.18 miles)

Lakeview Guest House

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Ideally situated on Stranraer seafront, just 5 minutes walk from the town centre, train station and ferry terminal, this family-run guest house with free Wi-Fi is conveniently located for an enjoyable ... More

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Cross Haven Guest House (40.19 miles)

Cross Haven Guest House

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Mick and Gayle Holmes guarantee you a warm welcome on your arrival at Cross Haven. It is a beautiful Victorian villa refurbished by us to a high standard. Formerly a ... More

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