Bed and breakfast

1897 of 1975

Woodburn House

Rating
4
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Contact details

Address

44 Belfast Road, Antrim, Co. Antrim,
Mrs Joan Craig
T: (028) 9446 7702
E: enquiries@woodburn-house.co.uk

Dear Guest

We aim to create a homely atmosphere in Woodburn House. Benny and I enjoy looking ...

Dear Guest

We aim to create a homely atmosphere in Woodburn House. Benny and I enjoy looking after our guests, anticipating and satisfying their needs. Our en-suite rooms are large and immaculate.

A delicious breakfast is included using local quality produce where possible and all bread, cakes and jams are home made. Freshly cooked evening meals,packed lunches etc can be prepared as required.

If you wish to have a copy of a recipe - cakes, biscuits, jams etc. - feel free to ask. I trained as a Home Economics Teacher and taught cookery for many years so a quick explanation and demonstration of the method is not a problem!

Free pick up from nearby Belfast International Airport is hassle-free and car hire arranged at competitive prices can also be arranged. Safe off road parking is available around the house and a large garage for storage of bicycles etc. is also available for use.

Located beside Antrim Technology Park we are easily accessible to Antrim Forum, Greenmount College, Junction One Shopping Outlet, Antrim Area Hospital and Antrim Bus and Rail Station. You can walk to Antrim town centre restaurants in ten minutes and we are close to Junction One retail shopping outlet.

the local bus service is excellent with a bus passing the house every 15 minutes.
From Antrim Station trains and express coaches link frequently to The Giant's Causeway and the beautiful North Coast(90 mins) and South to Belfast(only 25 mins)

We are the ideal central base for business or touring. Itineraries and maps for day trips are available to our guests and we can talk you through "things to do" locally and further afield.

We have acquired through The Green Tourism Business Scheme a silver award and work diligently to reduce our carbon footprint and impact on the environment.

We look forward to meeting each and every guest and you can be assured of a warm Irish welcome with a "wee cuppa tea and a bun", home baked of course, when you arrive.

Joan Craig