This accommodation was very posh and was well decorated. The room was gorgeous and lovely and the bed itself was perfect and gave a great nights sleep however maybe it was me but some aspects could have been improved.
1. There was small cobwebs on the ceilings
2. There was quite a few cracks in the bathroom
3. The shower was hard to operate and we had no prior instruction
4. The sausages at the breakfast were not very tasty to me but they were however organic which I am sure is an acquired taste.
This place is fine and lovely for a relaxing stay but the real issue is there was no atmosphere. I have stayed in other places with much more atmosphere. The host was hardly around and the house itself felt cold without warmth but it was defiantly of 4 star quality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A very warm welcome to the Guesthouse at Ballylagan Farm. The house in which you will be staying was originally built as a single storey farmhouse in the early years of the 19th century. In the later 1800s as the farm prospered the house was extended both horizontally and vertically and was finally completely restored and refurbished in 2011. We are pleased to have retained all the character of this charming building, while at the same time offering a degree of comfort and serenity which we believe is second to none. We look forward to seeing you. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ballylagan Organic Farm Ballyclare, Northern Ireland