Holiday Inn Express Antrim M2, JCT.1

Address: Ballymena Road, Antrim, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT41 4LL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ballymena Road, Antrim, is near Antrim Castle Gardens and Lough Neagh.
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    Travel Blogs from Antrim

    Chasing Family History

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jun 04, 2014

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    Staying at a Holiday Inn Express - according to my friend, Mr Google, it's like a Holiday Inn, but without all the extra services - no gym or swimming pool, but an acceptable "Irish Breakfast". We had decided to head to Ballymena, the birthplace of my grandfather. I was surprised by the size of the place. I had been expecting a quaint little …

    Stress City

    A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jun 03, 2014

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    How did this day start - I wonder! A full Irish breakfast! An extra this morning was a plate of cold cuts and cheese. Naturally I had to try a bit, just to compare, having first established that the cheese was, in fact, Irish. The cheese was - just cheese! The ham tasted like ours (surprise, surprise), but was a different texture, which surprised …

    Northern Ireland

    A travel blog entry by jerram.bateman on Jan 08, 2014

    ... rather, derived from the dichotomy of human triumph and tragedy! The Titanic, for example, was built in the shipyards of Harland and Wolff on the banks of the River Lagan. Such an engineering feat a source of great pride for the city, yet one inextricably linked with sadness given the fate suffered on her maiden voyage. A huge museum, roughly the same dimensions as the Titanic itself, is now the centrepiece of what has become known as the Titanic Quarter, ...

    A fascinating day

    A travel blog entry by michelesh on Sep 21, 2013

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    ... this town we walked to the cathedral of St. Columb's, whose construction began in 1628. Along the way, we came across a yarn bombing. A large patchwork piece was draped across the top of a building. The knight's armor at the front door was also adorned with knit and crocheted items. Inside the building were a variety of shops, antiques, books, used clothing, a tea shop, and a very small yarn ...

    Highlands, Lowlands & the Land of the Leprechauns

    A travel blog entry by binky89 on Apr 24, 2013

    ... going off... Bren's grumpy... And it's 4am. Who on Gods Earth decided the ferry terminal should be placed in the middle of nowhere?? Let us paint a picture for you. Pitch black, torrential rain, winding unlight country roads and an un caffeinated husband... All in all a dangerous mix! Surviving this mixing bowl of Scottish elements sees us arrive at the Ferry terminal bound for Belfast. A short ferry ride and 2 hours of Bren's atrocious snoring later... ...