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This nine-bedroom hotel is the former home of Victorian adventurer and linen baron Harry Jackson Clark and retains the feel of the private house while offering modern amenities. Winner of Northern Ireland's best hotel restaurant and best accommodation awards, it's now even better under new inspired owners. Down a tree-lined lane and set in a acre rural estate a minute drive from Belfast. This is not the place to dance all night or shop until you drop, but it's perfect for Antrim coastal attractions such as the Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Old Bushmills Distillery, Game of Thrones filming locations such as the Dark Hedges, and the glorious links courses of Royal Portrush, Portstewart and Castlerock.

The feel of the private house blends seamlessly with modern amenities. The downstairs drawing room and bar have big, comfy sofas and open gas fires, perfect for lingering over a pre-dinner drink, or nightcap. In the background, cool Forties and Fifties jazz and swing sets the mood of elegant, effortless contentment.

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The staff are so friendly and pleasant it feels like coming home, which more than makes up for the lack of thrilling facilities. The nine bedrooms have open gas fires, beds as big and plush as clouds, some of the original furniture and elegant ivory, olive and heather colour schemes. The light, airy bathrooms are in tasteful ivory and pale grey marble, with baths, power showers and good shelf space. Relax in front of an open fire in the drawing room with the house gin created by restaurant manager Joao Gomez, with a subtle kick of cinnamon and star anise, then make your way through to the former billiard room for a treat.

Chef-patron Ian Orr and business partner Marcus Roulston co-own Ardtara and Brown's in Londonderry — in my book Northern Ireland's best restaurant — and Ian's young, talented team at Ardtara have the same lightness and sureness of touch. The formerly smallish wine list has been expanded, with excellent tasting notes and a good selection available by the glass or carafe.

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Breakfast includes such treats as organic porridge with whiskey cream and honey, smoked salmon with delicious free-range scrambled eggs, and of course a full Irish breakfast to set you up for the day. The ground-floor restaurant, bar, drawing room and conservatory are accessible, and there's one ground floor adapted bedroom. Families are more than welcome, but with no children's activities on site, the place is more popular with adults.

Telegraph Review. Save review Save review Hotel review saved for later. Geoff HillDestination expert. If you feel inspired to create your own mood music, there's a baby grand in the entrance hall. gallery image Next gallery image of. Breakfast included.

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