This Throwback Thursday features the Pentagon in Ballymena. Who remembers when it looked like this?Pentagon Ballymena - Throwback Thursday

Although the street has changed quite a bit you can still see the Adair Arms Hotel in the background. It recently had a facelift but is still in the same location in town.

Located in the centre of the bustling town of Ballymena, the Adair Arms Hotel was originally built in 1846 by Sir Robert Adair and was designed by Charles Lanyon, responsible for many well known buildings such as the prestigious Queen’s University in Belfast. This bespoke property offers 41 ensuite bedrooms with a mixture of twin, double and single bedrooms, each with their own unique characteristics. (Source)

The Adair Arms Hotel offers dining, function rooms and they also can host weddings. Here is some information about their wedding options:

Whether you opt for a large and lavish celebration in our Glenariff Suite or a smaller, more intimate gathering, one thing you can rely on is our attention to detail, ensuring the smooth and efficient running of your special day. The Glenariff Suite seats up to 200 guests. Tastefully decorated, this magnificent suite creates an elegant setting for you and your guests on your special day.

The Adair Arms offers a Pre-Theatre Menu. Their Pre-Theatre Menu is available to anyone who has attended a show, or play at the Braid Arts Centre. It is available from 5.00pm-7.00pm daily, you can avail of this offer by showing your ticket stubs for Braid.

Click here to find out more about the Adair Arms Hotel in Ballymena.