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Fullerton Arms
22 Main Street
Ballintoy

Ballycastle
County Antrim

BT54 6LX

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The Fullerton Arms is a family-run Guest Inn with a bar and restaurant, situated in the idyllic village of Ballintoy. The welcoming proprietors, Anne and Lyle Taggart, pride themselves on their continually high standards of customer service and attention to detail, which ensure that each and every guest has as enjoyable a stay as possible. This is reflected by the constantly high numbers of repeat guests and a visitors comment book to dream about. Its prominent position on the main street facing the Atlantic Ocean, provides easy access to the surrounding tourist attractions of The Giants Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Distillery and The Glens of Antrim, to name a few. Additionally, there is also the provision of a relaxing beer garden positioned at the back of the car park, which also boasts exceptional barbeque facilities for those warm summer evenings.

The Fullerton Bar encapsulates the essence of old world charm. The fixtures and fittings combine with local personalities to create an ambience and atmosphere typical of Quality Irish Hospitality. Guests may be entertained by Paddy and Jimmy on weekday evenings, providing a range of traditional, folk and country music and accompanied by a display of Irish Dancing. Whereas, at the weekends, live bands play in the bar, suiting a wide range of musical tastes, from contemporary to modern.

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