Glenfield B&B, 141 Church Road, Glenwherry
BT42 3EJ, Northern Ireland
Local Area Information
Ballymena is a historic large town, which was originally build on land that was handed over to the Adair Family, by King Charles I in 1626. There are various attractions to visit, such as the Ballymena Museum, The Ballymena Showgrounds and the Slemish Mountain. Nearby there is also the Seven Towers Leisure Centre. The Portglenone Marina which is open 7am every morning.As well as 30 berths, they provide a trailer park camping area and picnic areas overlooking the river.
How to Find Us
M2 - Belfast(approx 37 miles)
Merge onto M3 via the ramp to M2/M5/M1/A12. Continue onto M2. At junction 1, take the A26 exit to Antrim/Ballymena/Coleraine. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Lisnevenagh Rd/A26. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A26 heading to Coleraine/Ballymena/Larne/A36. Take the A36 exit toward Ballymena/A26/Larne. At Larne Road Roundabout, take the 5th exit onto Moorfields Rd/A36. Continue to follow A36. Right, Right & then Left.
* Mid Market
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