The Harbour Inn B&B and Grill

25 Olderfleet Road, Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT40 1AS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 Olderfleet Road, Larne, is near Dunluce Castle, Carnfunnock Family Fun Zone, and Gleno Waterfall.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Harbour Inn B&B and Grill Larne

Reviewed by dedmonds

Good value for money

Reviewed Aug 24, 2014
by (14 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Great location, close to the ferry and a great host. Liz was very friendly and welcoming. The Inn is spotless and the bathroom the largest I have had in a BnB for a long time. Breakfast was generous as well.

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TripAdvisor Reviews The Harbour Inn B&B and Grill Larne

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Larne

Our last day in Ireland - Week 33

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Aug 24, 2014

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Back in Belfast for a day before heading down to Dublin and our ferry crossing to Liverpool, we spent almost the entire day in the Titanic museum in Belfast. We'd been told it was good and not to be missed, and having done it, I can only agree. It is spread over 4 floors, and has galleries covering the construction; launch; fit out; maiden voyage …

Ireland

A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Jun 24, 2014

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... across were 3 mounds of rock, small, medium and large but the fantastic thing was the formation of the them. It looked like someone had carved each rock into 'debatable' five and or six sided shapes and created these mounds. Fascinating structures. With us being early we didn't get to go into the centre to find out all of the information as to the story behind giants and how it came about. All we know is that science tell us that the unique six sided basalt columns and formations ...

Jet Setting Again

A travel blog entry by karanathan on Sep 03, 2013

Tuesday was travel day. We sadly headed to Keflavik International Airport at 4:45am to return our rental, say goodbye to Iceland and head on our way to Northern Ireland. The first flight was Keflavick, IS to Glasgow, Scotland. It was only a two hour flight and was a smooth flight, barring two minutes or so of turbulence.

After landing in Glasgow it was time to check in for our flight from Glasgow to Belfast. We checked in, grabbed some lunch and then ...

Crossing over

A travel blog entry by karenneely on Jul 29, 2013

On road to Belfast, bypassed Dublin campsite again. haha
Stopped off at Balbriggin for lunch. Pub lunch on a Sunday, may have my days all mucked up, whatever. Anyway, lunch was a smorgasbord of sorts. The chef cut off the meat in good chunks and gave you as much as you wanted of anything. Soooo cheap and so ...

Ecos parkrun, Cornlough and Larne

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jun 01, 2013

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... railway from quarry to quay now a walking route. It seemed unfortunate in a place attracting pensioner coach parties to signpost "Granny Falls" so well. Looking closer it was Cranny. I wandered up and the weather cleared, allowing me to explore the blasting house, ruins and water trickle-I suppose technically with water falling it's a waterfall, but surely trades descriptions can do something about this tiny fall. I sat in the sun till it ...