Our stay at The Auld Cairn was barely 12 hours. That said, the proprietor was friendly, the room was clean and had a great shower, and the bed was very comfortable --exactly what we needed after a long day of travel. The only word of caution: The restaurant next door was closed and we had no vehicle so our only... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our historic village house was built around 1700 and in the past has been the village inn.We have recently finished a full refurbishment to give our guests the best of both worlds modern shiny bathrooms warm controllable energy efficient heating with spacious light rooms furnished with character pieces of unusual and interesting furniture. We are situated between the two ferry terminals so we are very convenient for either the Stenaline to Belfast and P&O to Larne. Early breakfasts are no problem - just let us know at check in and we can either supply a packed breakfast to take with you or a cooked breakfast at the Merchants House. There are lots of things to in this beautiful part of Scotland. Bird watching around the Loch or a trip to Ailsa Crag to see the gannets. There are botanic gardens to visit, castles and harbours and the food is renowned for its excellent quality. 2 Michelin Star restaurants are within a 20 min drive of The Auld Cairn. If you are visiting the area for a holiday of passing through on your way to or from Northern Ireland why not treat yourselves to a night at the Auld Cairn? You won't be disappointed. ... more less
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