Three, two and one bedroom apartments situated on an elevated position in the picturesque village of Ballygally, overlooking the beautiful Antrim Coast Road and just 5 miles from the nearest port and 25 miles from both major airports.
Ballygally has a safe bathing beach, a shop with post office and even a haunted hotel. There are traditional music sessions locally and the Cairndhu Golf Club is on our doorstep. Guests may avail of a complimentary round of golf at Cairndhu.
Hill walking on the Ulster Way is a great experience and gives an excellent opportunity to fully appreciate the magnificent scenery and wealth of archaeology on the Antrim Plateau. The Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and both Carrickfergus and Dunluce Castles are all within easy travelling distance.
The Apartments are centrally heated and equipped to a very high standard. They include a plasma screen TV, DVD and CD player, IPod dock and complimentary WIFI. In the kitchens you will find all the appliances and equipment required for a comfortable stay, including washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. Guests are greeted with a breakfast starter pack and the holiday apartments operate a daily towel service and a weekly linen change.
A resident manager, private car park, outdoor picnic area, garden furniture and golf clubs complete the ‘home from home’ experience they are striving to achieve.
Each of the apartments at Ballygally offer a very comfortable living area with outstanding views across the sea to Scotland. The living areas are well appointed with a small library to help you relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of our location. The sound of the sea washing against the rocks is never far away with seabirds and seals a common sight. If you are very lucky you will see the occasional pod of Dolphins glide silently across the bay. Forgotten your binoculars – just ask the manager to lend you some. DVD's are on hand to while away the evening hours after a meal. Then, to complete the experience, watch the sun set over the hills, turning the sea to crimson, and all just outside your window.