A former Bishop's Palace of the 19th Century, the Culloden Hotel is a 5 star haven set within acres of manicured gardens overlooking Belfast Lough and the hills of the Antrim Coast.
Built for a Bishop and fit for a King, the Culloden's Scottish Baronial architecture of tall turrets was based on Queen Victoria's favoured retreat of Balmoral Castle and was the home of the Bishop of Down.
The hotel retains much of the elegance and prestige of this grand house with its sweeping staircase and dazzling stain glass feature and sumptuous lounge warmed by the heat and aroma of a roaring turf fire. While unobtrusive staff, are poised to tend to guests' every need.
The Culloden's bedrooms are fabulously laid out, with stylish furnishings and huge sumptuous beds and excellent views of the Antrim Hills. The rooms in the older portion of the house are light and airy and full of character. While the huge suites offer sheer luxury, in palatial surroundings.
The Culloden boasts excellent fitness facilities with its Elysium Health Spa, a fabulous place to relax and unwind in its pool, spa and steam room or better still be pampered with one of its wide range of treatments.
Another fabulous way to spoil yourself at the Culloden is by dining in the award winning and widely renowned Mitre restaurant. Fine cuisine is offered in refined surroundings while simpler fare is offered in the relaxed and popular Cultra Inn.
The bustling, cosmopolitan city of Belfast is just minutes away and for golfing enthusiasts, the Culloden can offer access to the famous Royal Belfast Championship Golf Course, the oldest golf club in Ireland established in 1881.