The Fullerton Arms

Address: 22 Main Street, Ballycastle, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT54 6LX, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 22 Main Street, Ballycastle, is near Causeway Coast and Whitepark Bay.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge

          Features

          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed

          Services

          • Continental Breakfast
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews The Fullerton Arms Ballycastle

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          Travel Blogs from Ballycastle

          Drive up the coast to Bushmills (Northern Ireland)

          A travel blog entry by samatt1020 on Oct 18, 2015

          3 comments, 20 photos

          ... stops on the road to take selfies and what not. We will be back on the same road tomorrow to see what was missed. We did make it to Giants Causeway before it closed. In all of Sam's researching, she had no idea you could spend hours hiking there or that you should wear hiking attire. We did hike the upper path down to stone steps and pathways that zig-zagged us over some precarious cliffs. Once at the bottom we were able to see the ...

          Giant steps on the Atrium Coast

          A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 13, 2015

          26 photos

          ... cyclists - here it looks dangerous as anything as there is not much room on a two lane road as it is and they do not bother moving over much - no place for them but they are a real nuisance for cars and I think a hazard to themselves. Other places in Europe have cycle lanes which I think is a much better way for all.

          Further on we saw there was a vintage car and tractor rally with many parked on a freshly mown field. We didn't have time to stop, but it ...

          Coastal Drive

          A travel blog entry by misneach on Jan 24, 2014

          ... view was not obstructed by rain clouds I can imagine it would be truly spectacular.
          After Belfast we got back in to the car and went to Carrickfergus castle, it was not clearing up as the day progressed but thankfully we went inside this castle so that took up quite a lot of our time. Carrickfergus is an imposing Norman style Castle originally built in 1177 by John de Courcy, and slowly added on through the ...

          O'Cahan's and McCausland's

          A travel blog entry by kyajade on Dec 23, 2013

          27 photos

          ... and called the hotel multiple times. We ended up calling Elizabeth, and she suggested we call the police, and gave us the phone number, so we started to call them. At this stage we'd been outside for about half an hour, and were frozen, then after Darren had started explaining our situation, a night porter appeared in the hotel, looking a little disheveled. So we finally got in out of the cold, and tried to see where he had been. At first he said he was just in the next room, (which he ...

          Around Ireland and the Northwest 200

          A travel blog entry by turkey_to_tt on May 20, 2013

          5 comments, 54 photos

          ... next two nights riding through persistent rain and occasional strong wind gusts to get there. Soon after checking in to the Castle Hotel, which is only 500 metres from downtown Dublin, we headed off for a walk around town for a few hours before bed. In the morning we took a hop on hop off guided tour bus ride around Dublin taking in the sites. We visited Trinity College, Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick’s Cathedral. We were not ...