Established in 1995, Carnalbanagh House has been welcoming guests for over twenty-five years. The Georgian-style country guest house, can accommodate for up to 15 guests across seven bedrooms. This includes one triple room, four double rooms and two twin rooms.
"Shaun & I are from traditional farming backgrounds so we both have a shared love and appreciation for the countryside, animals and nature. As a little girl, I grew up watching my mum bake in our farm kitchen everyday to share with family and visiting friends. It was this natural joy that she found in hosting that I believe I've inherited and twenty-five years later I can still happily say I love my job! Shaun & I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to share the home that we’ve built together with guests from all over the world."
Northern Ireland boasts a rich food culture which we embrace through our breakfast menu. Choose from a selection of tempting options including healthy organic oats, classic bacon and eggs or sweet summer pancakes served with fresh fruit and Canadian maple syrup. We also offer traditional Northern Irish favourites including our Ulster Fry complete with homemade potato and soda bread. We love to use tried and tested family recipes and locally sourced ingredients when preparing our breakfasts to ensure the great quality and flavour that Northern Irish cuisine is famous for!BREAKFAST MENU
Tearfund is a Christian charity that partners with churches in more than 50 of the world’s poorest countries. They tackle poverty through sustainable development, responding to disasters, and challenging injustice.
Carnalbanagh House B&B has partnered with the Tearfund Charity, pledging to donate 5% of our income every year. We believe that this will help to make a difference and work towards ending extreme poverty.
The emerald green fields and stunning natural scenery within Northern Ireland reminds us of how important it is that we act responsibly and take care of the environment to preserve the natural beauty that surrounds us. At Carnalbanagh we’ve been making small changes to how we do things in the hope that we can be more environmentally friendly.