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The Galgorm Resort & Spa is Northern Ireland’s Premier luxury Hotel that is situated only 30 minutes from Belfast. The Galgorm is truly unique; surrounded by over 160 acres of lush parkland with the spectacular River Maine flowing through the estate. It is a great base to explore the North Antrim Coast as well as indulge in a lovely and relaxing stay within a landscape of stunning scenery.

With 122 luxurious guestrooms situated within this unique Thermal Village & Spa, you can enjoy the tranquility of nature and experience pure relaxation with an extensive selection of riverside hot tubs, indoor and outdoor heated pools, steam rooms and saunas.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Robes & Slippers
  • In-Room Safe
  • Mini Bar
  • Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
  • Aromatherapy Associates Amenities
  • Complimentary Mineral Water at Turndown
  • Complimentary WiFi Access


Dining Options:

Whether you are looking to enjoy the decadence of Afternoon Tea in the stunning setting of our Conservatory, elegant dining in the 2AA Rosette River Room, the casual setting of Gillies Bar & Grill or family friendly traditional Italian in Fratelli, there is an option for you at Galgorm Resort & Spa.

Nearby the Town of Ballymena:

On The Map: Ballymena is located in County Antrim, in the northeast corner of the island of Ireland. Belfast is just 30 miles away to the south.

Ballymena, also known as the ‘City of the Seven Towers’, is an attractive town, with some notable features and history. The town was founded on land given to the Adair family by King Charles I in 1626. The King decreed that in return for the land, the town would hold two annual fairs and a free Saturday market in perpetuity. To this day, the town holds one of the largest two-day agricultural shows in Ireland each year, and the weekly Saturday market continues to run! Ballymena is located just 6 miles from distinctive Slemish Mountain (pictured), the legendary first home of St. Patrick in Ireland. After being brought to the country as a slave in the 5th century, St. Patrick reputedly worked for 6 years as a shepherd on the mountain. In more recent times, Ballymena has produced another famous Irish son in Liam Neeson – the well-known actor was born and raised in Ballymena, and was presented with the ‘Freedom of the Borough’ in 2013.

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