Be Romantic

♥ Book a Romantic Meal for 2 in our Restaurant
♥ Take a look at our room service options and have your meals brought to your room
♥ Enjoy Wine and Chocolates in your room whilst curled up infront of the TV
♥ Order a bouquet of flowers to be delivered to your room- Contact reception to order
♥ Order a picnic at Reception and go exploring with your partner
♥ Order and enjoy Champagne and Strawberries in your room
Visit:Dunluce Castle (30.1 miles away)
Perched proudly on the sweeping Antrim coastline, these historic castle ruins are rich in myth and legend.  The castle's magical setting is said to have been the inspiration for the the dramatic Cair Paravel in C.S. Lewis' Chronciles of Narnia.  It was also included in BBC Countryfile Magazine's top 10 romantic ruins. 
See the Sunset at Giant's Causeway (31.3 miles away)
The world famous Giant's Causeway on the north Antrim Coast is a very romantic and atmospheric location, especially at sunset.  Enjoy a brisk cliff-top walk along the Causeway Coast Way, which passes through the site.
Experience the Mourne Mountains together (70.4 miles away)
Explore the dramatic and rugged landscapes of the Mournes, another location which inspired the magical land of Narnia.  Reconnect with each other on an invigorating walk in this wonderful hiking country or for a more unusual Valentine's experience, treat the two of you to a hot seaweed bath at SOAK in the seaside town of Newcastle.
Take the challenge of Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge together (29.7 miles away)
Hold on tight to your loved one as you take the exhilarating rope bridge challenge across to the tiny Carrick-a-Rede island, with its unrivalled coastal scenery. 
Visit: The Gobbins (29.9 miles away)
On the very edge of the Irish Sea lie The Gobbins cliffs. These towering giants cling to the edge of Islandmagee some 20 miles / 32 kilometres north of Belfast on the stunning Causeway Coastal Route.

Walking the cliff path at The Gobbins will be an exhilarating adventure that will excite all the senses. While The Gobbins will be a spectacular new adventure on the Causeway Coastal Route , it is also a re-awakened coastal experience which was first enjoyed in 1902 by the Edwardians. The modern cliff path at The Gobbins will be an unexpected white-knuckle walk which will thrill those with a sense of adventure and delight those who wish to experience the coast up close.