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Corr's Corner Hotel
315 Ballyclare Road
Newtownabbey
County Antrim

BT36 4TQ

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This family run hotel, conveniently situated on the M2/A8 junction, offers comfortable accommodation with easy access for Belfast and Larne. Opened in 1919, this popular roadhouse underwent renovation and expansion in 2006 to include new conference, wedding and banqueting facilities. As a landmark roadhouse, Corr’s Corner offers a choice of dining rooms, the buzzing and lively atmosphere of the Lady R Bar & Grill or the serene, more relaxed Corriander Room. After a recent major investment, the hotel has become a modern hotel that retains, however, a traditional and charming feel.

The hotel’s Lady R Bar & Grill, one of the busiest grill rooms in Northern Ireland, radiates with the buzz of friendly chatter. High ceilings and high picture windows complement the use of dark woods and stone, plush fabrics and Tiffany style lighting, and create a relaxing and inviting ambiance.
The Cedar Suite function room has been purpose built to cater for all types of special events, accommodating from 8 to 60 people. From a small intimate dinner party to a business meeting or seminar, our management team will continually be on hand to assist you through every stage of your event.
Facilities for guests with disabilities feature throughout the building. Fully adapted ground floor disabled friendly bedrooms and cloakroom facilities are also readily available.
The hotel has ample free parking.

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