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Abbeydene House

Newtownabbey, Antrim

Open all year

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County Antrim

Meet your host….

Tim Clifford

Co Antrim
BT37 9JQ

Abbeydene House is a beautiful Victorian mansion set in a quiet location overlooking Belfast Lough. It was built in 1850 and enjoys a great history when, in 1945, General Dwight Eisenhower visited the House. Your hosts, Tim and Ethy Clifford, will ensure that your stay will be enjoyable and comfortable. If you do visit us, you will be impressed by the convenience to the many beautiful places available for your interest - the Odyssey Arena for concerts, cinema and restaurants (8 minutes), the Waterfront concert hall (8 minutes) and Belfast City centre (10 minutes). The Causeway Coastal Route starts near Abbeydene - this will take you North along the beautiful Antrim Coast road to the Giant’s Causeway. Next door is Hazelbank Park with its beach and promenade. Getting to Abbeydene couldn’t be easier because it is located just beyond the end of the M5 motorway. This means that Belfast City Airport, Belfast Central train station and the Ferry Terminals are only about ten minutes away. Even the Belfast International Airport at Aldergrove is a 20 minute journey. However when you arrive, you can expect to be pleasantly surprised by the beauty and grandeur of Abbeydene House. Children under 5 stay free (cot available). Children 5-12 stay for £10 per night. Please note that Euros are now accepted as a form of payment.

How to get here

Take M2 North out of Belfast and then branch off onto the M5. At the end of M5,drive straight through the roundabout a short distance to the next roundabout where you turn back towards Belfast. Abbeydene Manor is accessed on the left, close to the first roundabout. Abbeydene House(number 20) is the only sandstone building - you can’t miss it!

Sat Nav: Lat (54.665467180) - Long (-5.900962271)


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