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Caldhame Lodge

Crumlin, Antrim

Open all year

1.6km from Crumlin

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County Antrim

Meet your host….

Anne McKavanagh

102 Moira Rd
Nutts Corner

A wonderful 4-star guesthouse just minutes from Belfast Airport, Caldhame Lodge offers pure luxury in the idyllic surroundings of County Antrim. An award-winning house, guests can enjoy delicious breakfasts and superb hospitality courtesy of Anne McKavanagh. Just 1.6km from the pretty village of Crumlin, visitors can explore its pictorial wooded glens and stroll the tranquil shores of Lough Neagh. Guests can enjoy great restaurants in the village and avail of superb local knowledge at the bed and breakfast.

How to get here

From M1 motorway: Exit at junction 9. Take A26 to Antrim/Airport. The house is 10.5 miles on the right.

From Belfast Airport: Take A26 south, from Nutts Corner roundabout continue on the A26 for 3.5 miles. The house is on the left.

Bus Routes: 106

Sat Nav: Lat (54.608741) - Long (-6.198186)


  • Cot Available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Cycling
  • Facilities for Pets
  • Hair Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Ironing
  • Light Meals Available
  • No Smoking House
  • Private Car Park
  • Tea In Bedrooms
  • TV in Bedroom
  • Walking
  • Wi-Fi

Customer Reviews


Wilma Dostle


Anne, you were such a lovely hostess and you were most helpful in telling us where the best place to eat wast in Crumlin, where the train station was, not to mention your lovely home. Despite arriving late to your home from getting lost you were so gracious. My daughter and I thoroughly enjoyed staying in your beautiful home and would recommend your BB to everyone. Thank you again for being part of such a memorable holiday in Ireland. Wilma

John Hucker


Great BB Very nice accomodadtions and breakfast. Excellent hospitality.

John Hucker


Excellent. Room, food and hostess were great.

Nora Walter Fedchenko


A beautiful and quiet location overlooking Belfast and close to quaint little villages and restaurants. Visited Lily Johnstons Pub for a comfort meal that reminded me of my Irish grandmothers meals on a Sunday afternoon. Loved it This is also where I first drove in Ireland

Trevor and Ellen Kerr


Although we had some difficulty finding this establishment, it was largely because we could not navigate out of Belfast properly. The room was spacious and the breakfast set us up for the day. We appreciated the chocolate bars with the tea.


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