Marlagh Lodge is a B1 listed country house
built c1850 for Henry Hutchinson Hamilton O'Hara, heir to nearby Crebilly House.
Rescued by Robert and Rachel Thompson in 2003 this historic country home
now provides welcoming and elegant Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of County Antrim.
There are many reasons to stay in Ballymena.
You may be on holiday and looking for accommodation close to the spectacular North Antrim Coast.
You may be attending a wedding at nearby Galgorm Resort and Spa, Rosspark Hotel, Tullyglass House Hotel
or one of a number of other venues in the area and want a quality, but affordable, Bed and Breakfast.
You may be travelling on business and want the personal touch of a B&B
rather than a more corporate hotel environment.
At Marlagh Lodge Country House you will enter a world of timeless elegance with fine antiques,
quality bedlinen, quirky bathrooms, lots of books and interesting objets.
Marlagh Lodge Country House B&B is located just three miles from the centre of Ballymena
with its excellent transport links by bus and train to the whole province.
It is only a short drive from both Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport
and the ferry ports of Belfast and Larne.
Marlagh Lodge enjoys membership of...