Tree Tops Boutique B&B County Antrim has a selection of spacious and elegant, bedrooms for you to choose from.
Our rooms offer single, double and twin bed options. Each bedroom is decorated in soft, neutral shades with a mix of antique and contemporary furnishings and fabrics. Included in the rooms are tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary WiFi, flat screen HD LED TV with DVD/CD player, hair dryer (on request), towels, wardrobe/hanging space, full length mirrors and a local information pack.
We provide complimentary toiletries and bath products
Rates include complimentary afternoon tea and home-baked goodies on arrival, unlimited Wi-Fi and free car parking, plus freshly cooked to order breakfast daily.
Please note Tree Tops is unsuitable for babies or children under the age of 16 years; we welcome children over the age of 16 at the above rates.
*Rates vary subject to the room, season and availability.
Call us on +44 (0) 28 2558 1556 or book online now!
Welcome to our home - a beautifully restored house dating back to c.1950 and set within a secluded and private rural location in the Village of Ahoghill, approximately four miles from Ballymena town centre and less than 20 miles from Belfast International Airport.
Ahoghill, a busy village located about to the west of Ballymena on the road to Portglenone. Ahoghill means ‘ford of the yew tree’ and has been an important settlement for hundreds of years.
Ahoghill Village has enjoyed considerable success as a “blooming” small village most recently winning Gold in Britain in Bloom Champion of Champions, Best Small Town in Ulster in Bloom and Best of the Best in the NI Amenity Tidy town competition. The local town of Ballymena is an important business centre. Originally a major centre for the production of linen there are now several major industries located in the town, which also boasts one of the foremost regional shopping areas in Northern Ireland.
Just about a mile from Ahoghill is the Moravian settlement of Gracehill. Here you will find original houses, school, church and graveyard built in the form of a letter ‘H’ with a fine village green at the heart of the area.
The River Maine divides Gracehill from its neighbour, Galgorm, where there is an ancient castle which is still inhabited and in whose grounds is a magnificent 18 hole golf course (There are over 90 golf course in Northern Ireland!)
Close to Tree Tops you will find the Glens of Antrim (40 minutes’ drive from Ahoghill) or Lough Neagh, right in the centre of Northern Ireland, and the largest fresh water lake in the United Kingdom (30 minutes by car).
The Giant’s Causeway, the UNESCO World Heritage site and Northern Ireland's number one tourist attraction is a scenic 50 minute drive away on the Causeway Coastal Route, one of the world's great road journeys. Dunluce Castle, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Old Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, and mile upon mile of golden sand and surf beaches are to name but a few of the attractions and activities that are all within easy access of Tree Tops in this picturesque and unique area of outstanding natural beauty.
Stay at our boutique bed and breakfast accommodation and enjoy:
Sorry, but Tree Tops is not suitable for babies or children under the age of 16 years, and is not accessible for wheelchair users. We regret we are unable to accept pets with the exception of guide dogs. Tree Tops is a non-smoking property and we do not accept reservations from night club revellers.