Drumalis is situated in spacious grounds overlooking the sea in Larne and surrounded by the scenic beauty of the Antrim Coast with its Nine Glens. It is within easy reach of Belfast and other parts of Ireland by road and rail and also from Scotland by ferry.
Getting to Drumalis
Travelling by car from Belfast take the M2 and leave it at the A8 exit. Just outside Larne leave the A8 by turning left on to Pound Street, signposted at the high rise flats. Continue straight on, through three sets of traffic lights to the end of Victoria Road. Drumalis gates are directly opposite across the Glenarm Road.
By Rail and Bus
There is a regular bus and rail service to Larne from Belfast. An express bus service operates from Belfast Europa Bus Centre and a regular train service operates from Belfast Central Station. There are connecting services to these stations from other parts of Ireland, for example Dublin and Derry.
Further information about rail and bus timetables to Larne can be found on the Translink website.
Travelling to Drumalis by sea from the rest of the United Kingdom could not be simpler given its position in the port of Larne. There are regular sailings to Larne from Scotland by P&O Irish Ferries. PLEASE NOTE FROM 2016 THERE IS NO LONGER A TROON-LARNE FERRY SERVICE.
Northern Ireland is served by two main airports - Belfast International Airport which is actually located outside Belfast near the town of Templepatrick in County Antrim and Belfast City Airport which is in east Belfast. They are both marked on the map of Northern Ireland above.
The typical cost of a taxi from either of these airports to Drumalis is £25-£30. Alternatively both airports operate bus services to Belfast from where you can get a train or bus to Larne.
Easyjet, Flybe and Aer Lingus are amongst airlines operating regular flights to Northern Ireland.