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    Northern Ireland B&B?

    Hi folks,

    We are planning a trip to watch the NW200 IN N/Ireland next year and looking for a decent B&B possibly around Ballycastle area. Anyone recommend one us? Open to other areas as well? We require 4 x nights stay x 4 persons.

    TA

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    There's a hostel in Bushmills which was fine when used a.few.years ago.

    https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_...n_Ireland.html

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    I used to use this B&B - http://www.ardaghmore.com/
    V good and just up the road from the Anglers Arms where we did have an occasional "lock in".

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    A bit out of the way but I stayed at Fanad Lodge, Ballyhernan a few weeks ago. Good food, good beer, weird locals but friendly.
    A bit closer is Garron View outside cushendall. What a breakfast. Half way up a mountain. So you will need a taxi into town. We were over there when the storm hit so riding down the road at 45 degrees as we had to do 95 miles. Interesting ride at times looking at all the downed trees.
    I tend to like staying away from towns.

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