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Cheap Hotels in Carrickfergus

84
532 reviews by TrustYou
High Street
0.3 Miles from the centre

This lovely hotel is located in Belfast Area. Guests will enjoy a peaceful and calm stay on the premises, as it counts with a total of 15rooms. This property does not accept pets.

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per night from £82
(price for Tue, 14 Jul)

Shamrock Shore Hotel

Apt 4 Tower House, Marine Highway
per night from £38
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Altahammond House Hotel

57 Belfast Road
per night from £77
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The Tramway House Hotel

95 Irish Quarter S
per night from £100
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Clarion Collection Hotel Belfast Loughshore Hotel

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1235 reviews by TrustYou
75 Belfast Road
0.6 Miles from the centre

Enjoy spacious guest rooms, a central location and friendly service at our Clarion Collection Hotel. Amenities include free WiFi, a fitness center, a massage therapist and afternoon tea. Guest rooms include microwaves and refrigerators, sofa beds in select rooms, premium bedding, flat-screen TVs and coffee makers. As a hotel in Carrickfergus, GB with meeting space, we offer accommodations that are great for group travel, whether you are visiting the city for business or vacation. Our convenient location is near the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Titanic Belfast, Giants Causeway, Peace Wall, SS Nomadic and the HMS Caroline. Get together with friends, family or colleagues at our hotel in Carrickfergus, GB. You can also earn extras, such as free nights and gift cards, with our Choice Privileges Rewards program.

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per night from £120
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Hotels in Carrickfergus

Carnoustie boasts a diverse range of cafés and restaurants. Ganges on Park Avenue is one such establishment, garnering rave reviews for its consistently excellent Indian cuisine.

You won't have to worry about where to stay, either. The golfers among you will be well served by the Carnoustie Golf Hotel, which offers spectacular views of both the course and the town. If you would prefer to stay at a B&B, the Old Manor Carnoustie is known for its outstanding service.

A rich history

The first stop for any visitor to Carrickfergus should be the 13th-century castle which defines the town. Impossible to ignore, and just a short walk from the railway station, this imposing structure is in remarkably good condition. This may have something to do with its continued importance as a military outpost right up until 1928. Besieged at various points throughout history by the English, the French, the Scots and the Irish, it was in near-constant use for over 700 years, and was involved in conflicts ranging from the Nine Years' War to the American Revolutionary War. These days, the castle plays host to a variety of medieval exhibitions and events, which show life as it was. It's highly recommended to pay a visit during your stay.

The town itself is not without its historical legacy, either. In the 1970s, for example, the textile industry had a strong presence in Carrickfergus. Those interested in American history will be no doubt fascinated by the Andrew Jackson Cottage – this house, just outside the town, was where the seventh president of the United States grew up before emigrating with his parents. The interior has been restored to how it would have been in his time, and is well worth a look.

Get out and about in the scenic Irish countryside

Sport plays a big role in life in Carrickfergus, and with such a beautiful setting, it's understandable. The town boasts no less than four golf courses, bowling greens and numerous walks, and there are a number of play areas dotted around. It's worth mentioning that Belfast Lough is fantastic for sailing, too. Fitness fanatics should also pay a visit to the town's leisure centre, which offers a fitness suite, Jacuzzi and sauna.

Food and accommodation

Carrickfergus's eclectic selection of restaurants is sure to satiate your hunger during your stay. The Keep Grill is known for its delicious, no-nonsense fare and attentive service, while the Mayur restaurant – serving up scrumptious Indian food – is a must.

There's also a good selection of Carrickfergus hotels to choose from, such as the Dobbins Inn Hotel, which provides comfortable rooms in a cosy setting.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Carrickfergus

What are the best hotels to stay in Carrickfergus?

Dobbins Inn is one of the most popular hotels in Carrickfergus.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Carrickfergus?

The cheapest price for a double room in Carrickfergus is £82, offered by Dobbins Inn.

What hotels are in the central Carrickfergus neighborhood?

One of the best hotels near the center of Carrickfergus is Dobbins Inn.

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