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7 Enagh Road, Enagh Lower, Ballymoney, Co Antrim, BT53 7PN


O'Harabrook is one of the finest historic country house in Northern Ireland, set in a 200 acres estate in County Antrim.

O'Harabrook has been the home of the Cramsie family since 1889. The listed Georgian house is situated in beautiful and secluded grounds with peaceful walks, woodland, a river, a pond, a family Quaker burial ground, a walled garden, a stable yard, tennis court. It offers very spacious accommodation where you can relax by the fire, walk in the grounds or explore the beautiful coast with the Giant's Causeway (13 miles), the Dark Hedges and Game of Throne castles, visit the Bushmills Distillery (9 miles) or explore the numerous golf courses nearby (Royal Portrush 13 miles, Portstewart, Brown Trout 10 mins, Galgorm), 45 mins to Belfast International Airport.

Set near the small market town of Ballymoney, home to the motor racing Dunlop family with the memorial garden and museum, it is the perfect location to explore the spectacular Causeway Coast, go out to Portrush for drinks or dinner, explore Bushmills distillery, walk along the coastal paths or the Sperrin mountains and the seven glens of Antrims, explore historic Belfast with the Titanic museum and the Ulster museum.


Leisure Facilities

  • TV & Games Room onsite
  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Room / Unit Features

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


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