B and Bs in Ballymoney

Ken Mar House
20 Queen Street
Ballymoney
County Antrim

BT53 6JB
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Our bed & breakfast offers superb accomodation - two family rooms and one double room. The accomodation at Ken-Mar includes a generous breakfast menu including full irish cooked breakfasts and a range of fresh fruit and alternative options. With excellent high street shopping amongst an array of coffee shops, bars, restaurants and outdoor markets, Ballymoney really is a thriving town with so much to offer. Ken-Mar is only 20 - 30 mins drive from all of the north coast’s famous attractions. Ken-Mar House offers the ideal base to explore such attractions as The Nine Glens of Antrim, Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope and Murlough Bay to name a few of the many attractions situated nearby. Easily accessible by road and rail, Ballymoney provides a shopping and leisure experience that will leave the whole family wanting to come back for more. There is no better place than Ballymoney to enjoy a short break filled with refreshing activity. Indoors or outdoors Ballymoney has something for everyone. Staying in Ballymoney for a holiday is the best way to relax and enjoy good food and genuine hospitality at its best. We have an exceptional range of accommodation to cater for every taste and budget. From morning coffee to a special night out, Ballymoney offers a myriad of trendy cafés and restaurants to suit all tastes. Come to Ballymoney to experience good times and great memories, memories you will want to revisit again and again. So if you are seeking a quiet relaxing break or a more adventurous holiday a very warm welcome awaits you at Ken-Mar House.

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