If you’re in search of the best hotels in Lisburn, you’ve landed in the right place.
There’s plenty of things to do in Lisburn and there’s an ENDLESS number of places to visit nearby, which make this town a great place to explore from.
Luckily, there’s some excellent accommodation in Lisburn, with something that should suit most budgets.
In the guide below, you’ll find the best hotels in Lisburn along with several B&Bs that’ll feel like a home-from-home. Dive on in!
Our favourite hotels in Lisburn
The first section of this guide is packed with our favourite Lisburn hotels – these are places that one or more of the Irish Road Trip Team have stayed in and that have raved about.
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1. Haslem Hotel
Travellers visiting Lisburn can look forward to a few nights at the Haslem – arguably the best-known of the many Lisburn hotels.
Located just a short drive from Belfast, this beautiful property features 45 bright and spacious en-suite bedrooms fitted with comfy beds, air conditioning, a seating area, and a flat-screen TV.
The hotel has a state-of-the-art fitness centre, conference room, a bar area, and a restaurant that can accommodate up to 60 guests.
The hotels is also a short spin away from many of the best restaurants in Lisburn, for those that fancy seeing what else the town has to offer.
2. Temple Golf Club
One of the more popular Lisburn hotels, the recently refurbished Temple Golf Club is well worth considering if you’re in search of a place to stay. Situated in the heart of scenic historic County Down, the property offers tastefully decorated rooms with private bathrooms.
Whether you wish to play tennis, enjoy golfing, chill in the garden, or play darts, there are plenty of activities to keep you entertained throughout your stay at the Temple Golf Club.
A full English/Irish or vegetarian breakfast is served at the on-site restaurant each morning. The hotel also caters for birthdays, weddings, and dinner parties.
3. The Ballymac Hotel
Located just a short drive from both the city centre of Lisburn and the airport, the Ballymac Hotel is a family-run property that offers 15 fully-equipped en-suite bedrooms.
Thanks to its central location with quick access to the M1 motorway, the hotel is an ideal base to discover some of the most popular attractions in antrim and the many things to do in Down.
Guests will find 2 restaurants at the Ballymac Hotel: the casual Grill Bar and the elegant Lennon Restaurant that offers an all-day menu and an extensive wine list.
4. Overdale Motel
With only 9 bedrooms, Overdale Motel is a cosy boutique property located within walking distance of the centre of Lisburn.
It’s an ideal place to stay for visitors to Lisburn who fancy being close to the town without actually being among the hustle and bustle.
Overdale is a stone’s throw from many of the best places to visit in Lisburn and the reviews online at the time of typing are excellent (8.7/10 from 200+ reviews on Booking.com).
Guesthouse and hotels in Lisburn with solid reviews
Now that we have our favourite Lisburn hotels out of the way, it’s time to see what else this lively little town has to offer.
Below, you’ll find everything from the Premier Inn Hotel and the brilliant Kilcreeny Lodge to Avoca Lodge and much more.
1. Premier Inn Lisburn
Overlooking the River Lagan, Premier Inn Lisburn is located 2km from the centre of Lisburn and minutes away from the motorway and Sprucefield retail Park.
The property offers 90 bright en-suite bedrooms with super-comfy Hypnos beds. If you’ve never heard of the Premier Inn chain, they’re no-fuss and generally pocket-friendly places to stay.
Each morning, guests can enjoy an all-you-can-eat cooked breakfast that includes foods like succulent sausages, eggs, cooked bacon, and hash browns.
2. Kilcreeny Lodge
With magnificent views of the Mourne and Sperrin Mountains along with Lough Neagh, Kilcreeny Lodge is a bed and breakfast with a picturesque garden and a sun terrace.
This pet-friendly house offers comfortable accommodations fitted with televisions, sitting rooms, and free Wi-Fi. Continental or Full English/Irish breakfast is served each morning in the dining room.
If you’re looking for a B&B that goes toe-to-toe with the Lisburn hotels review wise, this place is worth a look.
3. Avoca Lodge
If you’re looking for self-catering accommodation in Lisburn, the newly built Avoca Lodge may tickle your fancy.
Avoca Lodge boasts three large bedrooms that can accommodate up to six guests comfortably, making it a solid spot to stay with a group.
Upon arrival, guests are greeted with a complimentary welcome package that includes tea & coffee, milk and bread. The owners live at the farm close by and are always more than happy to recommend places worth visiting in the area.
4. Brookhall Cottages
Located 3 miles from the Lisburn city centre, Brookhall Cottages features self-catered accommodation with fully-equipped kitchens and dining areas.
Nature lovers can look forward to visiting the estate’s picturesque gardens, fishing on the lake, and interacting with farm animals.
With antique furniture and a period fireplace, this accommodation in Lisburn will suit those that fancy exploring by day and chilling in comfy surroundings by night.
5. Oakfield B&B
A converted farmhouse with magnificent views of Lough Neagh, Oakfield B&B is a family-run establishment that offers a luxurious bed and breakfast and a separate self-catering cottage.
It is an ideal base to enjoy activities such as horse riding, fishing and golfing. You can also visit attractions such as the Glens of Antrim and the Mourne Mountains.
The property provides a picturesque garden with a sun terrace. If you wish to prepare food, a fully fitted modern kitchen equipped with all the necessary appliances and utensils is available.
What Lisburn accommodation have we missed?
I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left our some brilliant Lisburn accommodation from the guide above.
If you know of any hotels in Lisburn that you’d like to recommend, let me know in the comments below! Cheers!
FAQs about the best hotels Lisburn has to offer
We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from what are the best cheap hotels in Lisburn to which are the fanciest.
In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.
What are the best hotels in Lisburn?
When it comes to Lisburn hotels, it’s hard to go wrong with The Ballymac Hotel, Temple Golf Club and Haslem Hotel.
What accommodation in Lisburn is good for a weekend?
Oakfield B&B is outstanding while each of the hotels mentioned above are also worth considering, depending on your budget.
What are the best places to stay in Lisburn for 2+ days?
Oakfield B&B is like a home away from home, as the reviews online will confirm for you. If you fancy a cosy base to explore from, this is worth considering.
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