Adair Arms Hotel
زيارة موقع الويب
- العرض كخريطة
1-7 Ballymoney Road, Ballymena, County Antrim,
Mr Roland Bailie
الهاتف: (028) 2565 3674
الفاكس: (028) 2564 0436
البريد الإلكتروني: firstname.lastname@example.org
Extensive grill menu served all day, everyday. Afternoon tea and coffee bar open daily.
Located in the centre of the bustling town of Ballymena, the Adair Arms Hotel was originally built in 1846 by Sir Robert Adair and was designed by Charles Lanyon, responsible for many well known buildings such as the prestigious Queen’s University in Belfast.
This bespoke property offers 41 ensuite bedrooms with a mixture of twin, double and single bedrooms, each with their own unique characteristics.
Unlimited complimentary WiFi access and car parking is available to all guests.
Guests and locals alike can enjoy the extensive menu offered throughout the day in the Adair Grill. With everything from light snacks to evening meals, there is something for everybody. Highly trained in allergy awareness, the chef's source quality local produce to create all of their dishes. Chef's daily specials are also available.
Don't have time for lunch? Then why not stop off for a homemade scone, pastry and coffee at the coffee bar open daily from 9am until 5pm? Look out for the new pre theatre menu available from 5pm until 7pm on theatre show nights.
The warm, relaxing ambiance coupled with friendly professional service ensures that the Adair Grill offers customers 100% satisfaction and value for money. Every Saturday night, sit back and enjoy the live entertainment in the lounge.
For our conference clients the hotel offers an unparalleled level of hospitality to help ensure that your needs are fully addressed and ready for business. The newly refurbished banqueting suite is an outstanding facility for all your banquet needs.
In the heart of the community since 1846, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Whatever your needs you are sure to enjoy your stay at the Adair Arms Hotel, the place where traditions merge with professionalism.