About this business
Perched on the tip of the famous Causeway Coastal Route, only 26 miles from Belfast, sits Ballygally Castle, a stunning 17th Century Castle which overlooks the golden sands of Ballygally Bay and has uninterrupted views across the Irish Sea.
This beautiful Castle is perfectly located for top tourist attractions and has a wealth of recreational activities within easy reach making it the perfect base for exploring the stunning Causeway Coastal Route, Bushmills Distillery, Carrickfergus Castle, Royal Portrush Golf Course, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the popular Game of Thrones Tour. For those wishing to explore on foot will enjoy the beautiful walks to be found in Carnfunnock Country Park, which is within walking distance, or simply relax and enjoy a leisurely stroll on the beach opposite the hotel.
The Castle has 54 tastefully decorated bedrooms, some have beautiful, original beamed ceilings, while others enjoy stunning views of the sea and mountains. From the beautiful Antrim Suite and new Coastal Deluxe Rooms with their spectacular panoramic views to the Garden Wing and the original period rooms, uniquely shaped by the imposing architecture, the Castle is bursting with bedrooms full of character and charm.
Ballygally Castle’s Garden Restaurant enjoys beautiful views over the grounds and serves a delicious traditional Irish Breakfast. The restaurant offers an excellent table d’hôte dinner menu, as well as a range of daily specials, where our chefs use only the best of local produce to provide a wide range of culinary delights.
Guests can also enjoy a selection of lighter dining options and bistro menu in the new lounge and Ballygally Castle is also the perfect spot to treat yourself to our famous afternoon tea!
The charming Ballygally castle hotel is the finest hotel on the famous Antrim Coast Road. The tasteful contemporary décor combined with the traditional character of the hotel adds to the welcoming atmosphere. The castle is reputedly haunted by a friendly ghost, and brave guests can visit the “ghost room” in the tower!