Beautiful self contained apartment. Tourist Board Certified. 4 Star. Overlooking the Irish Sea to Scotland. Gateway to the amazing Antrim Coast. Appalachian trail comes through here and transport can be provided.Lovely quiet locationlocation. Fabulous games room to enjoy on the days when the weather dictates with snooker table, darts and tv. if the Games room is to be used for a party with invited guests, an additional charge will be made. The kitchen has a hob, microwave, kettle and toaster.
“A fantastic location with great amenities. You'll be guaranteed a great stay. Would've loved to have stayed longer. Spotlessly clean with a few nice touches thrown in. The opportunity to buy a bottle of wine was a great idea. William kept in regular touch to make sure we were happy with our stay. I'd be delighted to return. Especially to take full advantage of the games room...a brilliant wee bonus. We were here for a wedding but it appears to be a great base for the local area and beyond.”
Quiet, private residential site with views of the countryside. Easy access to public transport links and walking distance to town centre, 2 miles from ferry port.
“Richard was a super host, welcoming and available. The room and bathroom were super clean. He also gave us many tips for visiting Ireland especially Northern Ireland and the causeway costal road. Everything was super nice especially the breakfast he cooked us. Thank you Richard!”
The Sergeants house is part of a former police station built in 1901 that has been renovated to a high standard complete with all you require to enjoy a relaxing stay in the centre of a conservation area. With beautiful scenic walks to Blackhead lighthouse and the White Harbour and only a short drive to the world famous Gobbins cliff path and Islandmagee peninsula your stress will disappear. Only a short walk from the train station and many eateries with the benefit of free parking on the door.
“If you are heading to Northern Island, Andrew’s place is in a lovely village by the sea close to Belfast and local attractions. Warm and cosy in winter.”