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Templeton Hotel
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882 Antrim Road, Templepatrick, UK

 

Guest Score: 8.1 / 10

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0.14 km / 0.09 mi from Templepatrick

Hilton Templepatrick Hotel & Country Club
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Castle Upton Estate, N. Ireland, Templepatrick, UK

 

Guest Score: 8.1 / 10

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0.46 km / 0.28 mi from Templepatrick

Castlewood Apartments
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Paradise Walk, Templepatrick, Ballyclare, Templepatrick, UK

 

Guest Score: 0 / 10

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0.55 km / 0.34 mi from Templepatrick

Dunadry Hotel & Country Club
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2 Islandreagh Drive, Dunadry, Dunadry, UK

 

Guest Score: 7.5 / 10

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3.27 km / 2.03 mi from Templepatrick

The Rocks B&B
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6 Ballymather Road, Nutts Corner, Crumlin, UK

 

Guest Score: 9.8 / 10

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6.26 km / 3.89 mi from Templepatrick

Keef Halla Country House
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20 Tully Road, Nutts Corner, Crumlin, UK

 

Guest Score: 9.5 / 10

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8.14 km / 5.06 mi from Templepatrick

Dunamoy Cottages & Spa
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40 Collin Rd, Ballyclare, UK

 

Guest Score: 8.8 / 10

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9.51 km / 5.91 mi from Templepatrick

5 Corners Guest Inn
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249 Rashee Road, Ballyeaston, UK

 

Guest Score: 8.4 / 10

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8.75 km / 5.44 mi from Templepatrick

The Chimney Corner Hotel
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630 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey, Mallusk, Newtownabbey, UK

 

Guest Score: 7.3 / 10

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6.47 km / 4.02 mi from Templepatrick

Ballyrobin Country Lodge
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144-146 Ballyrobin Road, Aldergrove, UK

 

Guest Score: 9.2 / 10

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7.43 km / 4.62 mi from Templepatrick

Stable Court Apartments
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Stable Court, Oldstone Hill, Antrim, UK

 

Guest Score: 9.5 / 10

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6.95 km / 4.32 mi from Templepatrick

Ardvale B&B
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33/A Belfast Road, Antrim, UK

 

Guest Score: 9.3 / 10

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7.08 km / 4.4 mi from Templepatrick

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About Templepatrick

Templepatrick, or "Teampall Ph'draig", in Irish, is a village within the Antrim borough of County Antrim, in Northern Ireland, one of the four countries in the United Kingdom, situated northwest of Belfast, approximately equidistant from the towns of Ballyclare and Antrim.

Templepatrick is, today, a popular residential area and has won the Best Kept Village award in 1991. The town official sign claims that it is "Twinned with Las Vegas, Nevada" and, perhaps, its best known feature is the fact that it is the site of historic Church of Ireland and Presbyterian churches.


Presbyterianism has a long historical association with the village, the first Minister being the Rev. Josias Welsh, grandson to John Knox, the Scottish reformer.


Archaeological evidences suggest the fact that the area where Templepatrick sits has been inhabited, since prehistoric times, with existing evidence of remains of human settlement throughout the area - a cave and a rath in Cloughanduff, and a cairn and two raths at Rickamore being found.



The area where Templepatrick lies today boasts with history, the attractions found in the area each telling a piece of the village's story, from the early beginning, until present day. The most popular and favorite attractions, in the area of the village of Temlepatrick, include places like:


The demesne wall of Castle Upton, with a fortified gateway in the wall, at the centre of the village, that leads to the Castle itself. The family mausoleum, which was built in the form of a triumphal arch by Robert Adam, who also extended the house in 1783, is managed by the National Trust and is open to visitors. Currently, Castle Upton, originally known as Castle Norton, is inhabited by the Kinahan family, being purchased by Sir Robin Kinahan in the 1960s.


Patterson's Spade Mill, the last working water-driven spade mill in the British Isles, which is also a National Trust property, now serving as a small industrial museum, is nearby, and it is worth checking out, as well.


Another "must see" place in Templepatrick is Coloured Rain, which is a local art gallery in centre of the village, featuring works signed by artists such as Ross Wilson, Noel Murphy, Comhghall Casey, JB Vallely, Basil Blackshaw, Graham Knuttel and Julian Friers, the recent acquisitions including paintings such as The Dance Hall (George Campbell) and Cam ain Hame (Eamonn Higgins).


Belfast Zoo, situated in nearby Belfast, home to more than 1,200 animals, representing 140 species, with on-site facilities that include walking routes, car parking, food and drink outlets, recycling banks and a souvenir shop.


Belfast Castle, also located in Belfast, a presently popular venue for weddings, conferences and other functions, and a popular tourist attraction, as well, featuring amazingly beautiful surroundings, also containing a restaurant, antiques shop, visitor centre, landscaped gardens and children's adventure playground.