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About Us

Welcome to Kilcreeny Lodge

Kilcreeny Lodge is nestled in the heart of the County Antrim countryside with stunning views over the Mourne and Sperrin Mountains and equally breathtaking views across Lough Neagh - the largest lake in the British Isles.


Kilcreeny Lodge is a family run bed and breakfast managed and owned by Jim Wright and family. 

The house itself is relatively new with many traditional features and above all a warm welcome. Guests often admire the house, grounds and particularly the oak centre staircase when you walk through the doors. There are tea and coffee facilities for guests throughout their stay, wifi, a separate sitting room, televisions and hairdryers in each room and any help you might need with getting about in the area.

Kilcreeny lodge is ideally located 15 minutes from Belfast International airport, 25 minutes from Belfast Ferry Port and 10 minutes from the nearest town, Lisburn - Ideally you would need a car to get about.


Local tourist attractions are Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum, Lough Neagh, Island Arts Centre, Lisburn Cathedral, Hilden Brewery and Ballance House; just to name a few!

We are ideally located for The Eikon Centre and Balmoral Showground - home to the famous Balmoral Show and have been delighted to accommodate visitors and exhibitors for the last few years.


There are attractions all over Northern Ireland all within an hour driving making Kilcreeny Lodge an excellent base to return to after a day of exploring!

Fabulous road links to the south make visiting Dublin a joy with only an hour of travelling.


We are on hand 24/7 for all your needs and are happy to recommend places to visit and great places to eat.

Glenavy village has the nearest restaurant- Lily Johnstons ( 2.5 miles away) There are lots of other places to eat in Lisburn (10 mins drive) and Belfast (25 mins drive). Locally The Ballymac is a favourite place to eat, it does great food and it's only 4 miles away.

Kilcreeny Lodge takes its name from :


Kilcreeny - a townland in Ballinderry Civil Parish, in Barony, in Co. Antrim, Ireland with borders of –

Lodge – taken from the name Eden Lodge Farm on which the land the house is built on and has been in the Wrights family name for the past 40+ years.





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