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The historic Londonderry Arms Hotel is situated on the stunning Causeway Coastal route with its unfolding scenes of the green Glens of Antrim, limestone cliffs and spectacular coastal views.

They are nestled in the picturesque harbour village of Carnlough, surrounded by sandy beaches and with the majestic backdrop of Glencloy, the second of the nine Glens. Start your Causeway Coastal Route experience here. Located midway between Belfast and the world famous Giants Causeway, the Londonderry Arms is the ideal base when exploring this region of outstanding beauty.

Walking through the Georgian doorway, you will immediately feel yourself stepping back in time. Built in 1847 and once owned by Sir Winston Churchill, the inn has been in the O’Neill family ownership for more than 70 years. They welcome lovers of good food, whiskey connoisseurs and those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The cosy lounges with antique furniture, paintings by local artists, roaring open log fires, all provide a unique atmosphere of comfort and relaxation.

As a founding member of the Taste of Ulster, the menus showcase the finest selection of local ingredients from the land and the sea. With Glenarm Salmon, famous Glenarm shorthorn beef, and locally harvested seaweed, you will certainly be spoilt for choice.

They are delighted to offer an extensive wine list which has been carefully selected to complement the menus. Take your pick from the best of local craft beers from Hillstown Brewery and the Glens of Antrim Craft Beer and Ales, or enjoy one of their classic cocktails. Choose from the premium Gin menu which showcases locally distilled Gins and includes the best from wider afield.

There is something magical about the heritage of their bedrooms. Each one has been individually designed and furnished, complete with many thoughtful touches. While every room is unique, all share the unmistakable ‘Londonderry Arms’ blend of comfort and relaxation. All the rooms are en-suite and feature a TV, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, WiFi access, hairdryer and fresh towels and linen. 

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There is something magical about the heritage of their bedrooms. Each one has been individually designed and furnished, complete with many thoughtful touches. While every room is unique, all share the unmistakable ‘Londonderry Arms’ blend of comfort and relaxation. All the rooms are en-suite and feature a TV, telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, WiFi access, hairdryer and fresh towels and linen.

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