Hotels near Holywood
0.0 mi. (0.0 km) from Holywood
Standing on the wooded slopes of the Holywood Hills overlooking Belfast Lough and the County Antrim coastline is the magnificent Culloden Hotel. Originally built as an official palace for the Bishops of Down the Culloden stands in 12 acres of beautiful secluded gardens and woodlands. Palatial surroundings fine antiques and the highest levels of personal service combine to give the Culloden Hotel an air of elegance. The exclusive Elysium Spa offers a full range of health and leisure facilities and golfing enthusiasts can enjoy privileged tee-off times at Royal Belfast Golf Club.
1.8 mi. (2.9 km) from Holywood
Unique accommodation in an Old Coaching Inn which dates back to 1614. The original thatched roof still houses our Parlour Bar Lounge. Accommodation ranges from standard to superior rooms each one individually styled and named and many have period furnishings and four poster beds. Superb cuisine in our Lewis Restaurant is prepared by our award winning chefs. Gourmet evenings are a regular feature in our Lewis Restaurant the recipient of Two AA rosettes and Three RAC Blue Ribbons in 2003. Cosy fires mellow atmosphere and attention to detail make the Old Inn a true experience in hospitality. Located just one mile from the sea Crawfordsburn Country Park and the North Down Coastal Path 10 minutes from Belfast City Airport and 2 miles from Bangor. Whatever your leisure pursuits you will find an abundance of things to see and do in the area golfing scenic walks historic sights sailing or perhaps a shopping trip to Belfast. Facilities: Disabled FacilitiesRestaurantTVSatellite TV24 Hour Room Service
1.8 mi. (2.9 km) from Holywood
The Old Inn, Crawfordsburn is one of the Oldest Hotels in Northern Ireland. Situated near the Seaside Town of Bangor and the Village of Helen's Bay in County Down. Famed as a unique wedding venue, it's tranquil setting is perfect for romantic getaways, award winning dining in the Lewis Restaurant or just a quiet drink in the cosy parlour bar. Throughout the centuries, The Old Inn has provided charming elegance, comfort and luxury and the warmest of welcomes. Whether relaxing in the fabulous Gallery Lounge next to the open fire, dining in Lewis and experiencing the exceptional cuisine, or relaxing in your uniquely characterised bedroom, The Old Inn is the perfect retreat for both business and leisure. The stunning bedrooms are all individually styled and bursting with character. For a weekend break or 'staycation' treat close to home, The Old Inn delivers real old world charm and excellent dining facilities to suit all manner of tastes and budgets. It is perfect for an intimate getaway.
1.9 mi. (3.0 km) from Holywood
“ An excellent hotel set in superb surrounding.
Pauline from Lisburn
2.7 mi. (4.3 km) from Holywood
There are many small hotels in the Greater Belfast area but the Clandeboye Lodge - with its cosy and comfortable ambience contemporary design and exceptional service levels - is amongst those privileged to be recognised by both independent travellers and the AA as one of Northern Ireland s top 4 hotels. The Clandeboye Lodge offers a heavenly alternative from suburban hotels with its tranquil location adjacent to Blackwood Golf yet Belfast with its eclectic mix of amazing experiences is only 15 minutes drive away. Unwind in one of 43 executive or standard rooms with continental duvets luxurious linens and sumptuous decors with scenic views over the neighbouring Clandeboye Estate or meticulously manicured lawns with designer sculptures. Enjoy free wireless internet access in guest rooms and public areas a huge DVD library locally sourced food for a relaxing dinner in the Clanbrasserie early morning wake-up calls with freshly brewed coffee and newspapers. Whatever your reason to stay you can look forward...
3.9 mi. (6.3 km) from Holywood
“ A very impressive and homely establishment. Check in took seconds and the room was spotless and very comfortable. The town of Bangor was less than 5 minutes away with numerous shops and watering holes in abundance.
Gordon from Glasgow