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Flossie's B&B

141A Kilraughts Road, Killyramer, Ballymoney, Co Antrim, BT53 8NE
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About

Flossie’s bed and breakfast offers relaxation with rural views and guests have the opportunity to relax in the communal lounge and have access to free WiFi throughout their stay. For breakfast there is a choice of a continental or cooked breakfast, known locally as the ‘Ulster Fry’. Guests can also relax in the garden of the property.

The accommodation is situated within easy driving distance of the town of Ballymoney, which is only 3 miles away. The town has excellent bus and rail connections with the wider region and within the town centre visitors can enjoy a range of eateries and independent retail stores.

This bed and breakfast is an excellent base from which to explore the wider Causeway Coastal Route by car, Giant’s Causeway 16 miles, the seaside resort of Portrush is 15 miles, Armoy, home of Armoy Road Races is 7 miles and the Dark Hedges, one of many popular Game of Thrones ® film locations in the area is only 6 miles away. Motorbike enthusiasts may also wish to visit the Dunlop Memorial Gardens in Ballymoney or stay at Flossie’s bed and breakfast for the NW200 Road Races in May each year.

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Cot & Highchair Available

Establishment Features

  • Laundry Service

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Room / Unit Features

  • Hairdryer Available
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Tea & coffee making facilities

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