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"The best place to stay." - Terence

"Would have no hesitation staying again or recommend to friends." - Susan

"Handy to airport, was in bed within an hour of flight landing!" - Kristen

"My accommodation was spacious and comfortable with excellent facilities." - Catherine

"Lovely rooms, nice food, owners very nice people that aim to please" - Marietta

"Lovely , genuine, warm, friendly hosts" - Mel

"lovely views of surrounding area" - Sandra H

"I cannot recommend it highly enough" - Mary, France

"breakfast was delicious" - Stephen, Ireland

"I can't say enough about this place!" - Claire H, US

"beautiful home and great hosts!!" - Bernard D

"treated like royalty" - Dawn D, UK

Please contact Charles for the best rates available

Phone  + 44 (0) 28 9082 5491
Mobile  + 44 (0) 7774 783 890

Keef Halla Country House

20 Tully Road, Nutts Corner, Crumlin,
BT29 4SW, Northern Ireland

An Award Winning 4 star Guesthouse Luxurious bedrooms at B&B rates

Keef Halla Country House is an award winning 4 star guest house, located close to Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland. Our guest house provides excellent facilities for anyone looking for quality accommodation near Belfast International Airport or the surrounding area of County Antrim.

All seven of our bedrooms have private en-suite bathrooms, 32" digital TVs, direct dial telephone, laundry service, tea/coffee making facilities, mineral water and mints. Free broadband / WiFi, Internet, email and fax services are available. Please check out our very competitive rates.

Keef Halla Country house is an ideal base for visitors on business or pleasure. It is a very central location for visiting Northern Ireland, and is particularly convenient to Antrim, Belfast, Crumlin and Lisburn. Free on-site parking and free WiFi are provided.

Keef Halla was originally a 3 bedroom farmhouse. The owners Charles & Siobhan Kelly, purchased the property in the late '80's, after Charles returned from six years in Saudi Arabia. The name of the guesthouse is adapted from the Arabic "Kaif Halak", meaning "How are you" or "Welcome".