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St Ronans Bed & Breakfast

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St Ronans Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

St. Ronans “one of a kind” bed and breakfast accommodation in Islandmagee was originally built in the early 1900’s and totally modernised in May 2006.  Situated along the coastal route it is set in one acre of land with secluded gardens and off road parking.  St. Ronans offers every comfort you would expect from excellent accommodation, boasting its original charm with exposed wooden beams, original stone walls and family atmosphere, making it the traditional Irish stay with all mod cons.

St Ronans bed and breakfast accommodation in Islandmagee consists of two ground floor rooms, both en suite and both large enough to cater for families. There is a spacious lounge area where guests can relax, and a dining room with a beautiful bay window which overlooks the mature garden. (high chair and travel cot facilities available).  All our guests have full access to a large patio and barbecue area to the rear of the property with a spacious lawn enclosed by mature trees, perfect for relaxing and enjoying the setting sun after a long days travelling.

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Testimonials

  • “Great luck to have found St.Ronans”

    by H. & F.
  • “Wonderful walks & beautiful vistas – Thank you for such warm hospitality!”

    by Linda & Reid
  • “All of you have been amazing, I can’t thank you enough. Next time I come back you’ll have to deal with me again! The song was brilliant.”

    by Darryn
  • “Good food, lovely place, great hospitality, just great.”

    by Anne
  • “Lovely setting, beautiful room, will be back.”

    by Susan & James
  • “Thanks for the great hospitality & cosy stay, not to mention the awesome breakfast!”

    by Alex & Lowenna
  • “Lovely & Comfortable, Thanks!”

    by Kate
  • “Great, friendly, good food thanks so much!”

    by Jim & Cath
  • “Had a great holiday, very comfortable.”

    by Anne & Brian
  • “Thank you so much!  Great place to stay, great facility, fantastic breakfast, we’ll come again.”

    by Martin & Moukrus
  • “Best B & B we’ve ever stayed in, great food and great people!”

    by Steph & Anke
  • “Thank You for your warm welcome, excellent food and service.”

    by Hiznin & Bill

 

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St Ronans Cottage, Dundressan B&B, Drumgurland B&B

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Activities

~ Top things to see and do ~

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    Game of Thrones – Filming Locations

    If you are interested in finding out more about the epic TV series The Game of Thrones why not visit some of the filming locations from the series?  For more information jump on over to Discover Northern Ireland.

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    Titanic Belfast

    Why not visit the birthplace of Titanic!  Belfast Titanic is approximately a 35 minutes drive from St Ronans B&B.  Set in a magnificent building it is the biggest Titanic exhibit in the world.

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    Giants Causeway

    The Giants Causeway is the result of a volcanic eruption an area of about 40,000 basalt columns.  It is located in County Antrim on the northeast Coast of Northern Ireland.  A must see tourist attraction for any visitor.

  • glenarm

    Glenarm Castle & Tea Rooms

    Open from May – September Glenarm Castle is set in a glorious walled garden.  Situated 30 minutes from St Ronans it is a place of outstanding natural beauty.  Within the Mushroom House you will find the charming tea rooms of Glenarm Castle.

     

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    Shopping

    Belfast city (25 miles), Towns of Larne and Carrickfergus (15 minutes drive away) with the small village of Whitehead (5 minutes drive away).

  • carrickarede

    Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge

    Why not take the exhilarating rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede island and enjoy a truly cliff-top experience.  The rope bridge links the mainland to the tiny island of Carrickarede.

  • zoo

    Belfast Zoo

    Approximately a 30 minutes drive away is Belfast Zoo situated in a relatively secluded location resulting in a uniquely tranquil environment for the animals.

  • golf

    Golf

    Spoilt for choice, with three excellent courses, all only within five minutes drive.

  • portmuck

    Portmuck, Islandmagee

    Portmuck is a beautiful harbour located only a short walk away from St Ronans.  Steeped in history it is now a centre of leisure for the community and beyond.  With a picnic area and clifftop walks offering stunning views across the Irish Sea.

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    Carrickfergus Castle

    Situated in the town of Carrickfergus about 20 minutes drive away is Carrickfergus Castle.  The castle played an important milary role until 1928 and remains one of the best preserved medieval structures in Northern Ireland.


More Activities

Horse Riding
horseriding

Situated conveniently – a 2 minute walk away.
Tennis Courts
tennis

Available for hire at Whitehead – five minutes drive away.
Fishing
fishing

Islandmagee is surrounded on three sides by the sea providing excellent fishing.
Walking
walk

There are lots of local walks down the quiet country roads leading from St Ronans. The National Trust has developed two cliff walks at Portmuck within easy access of St Ronans.
The Gobbins
gobbins

Currently under restoration The Gobbins cliff path is about half a mile long. It was built in 1902 and was once more popular than the Giants Causeway! For more information please visit The National Trust

More Activities

Botanic Gardens
botanic

First established in 1828, Botanic Gardens has been a public park since 1895. With extensive gardens it is also home to the Palm House and Tropical Ravine.
Ulster Museum
ulstermuseum

The Ulster Museum is located within the Botanic Gardens, Belfast. Admission is free and it has around 8000 square metres of public display space.
Northern Ireland Beaches
beaches

Within Northern Ireland you will find some of the most spectacular beaches in Europe. The naturally stunning formations of the coastline provide long stretches of golden sand and impressive sand dunes.
Bushmills Distillery
bushmills

Watch whiskey making take place and enjoy a wee taster too at Bushmills Distillery. It is the oldest working distillery in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Discover Northern Ireland
Here on the St Ronans website we have listed some of the most popular attractions Northern Ireland has to offer, but there are plenty more! Discover Northern Ireland is an excellent resource for planning outings on your trip. Please follow this link for more information.

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