Antrim Northern Ireland is a historic town in the north eastern region of Northern Ireland.
The towns name originates from the Irish solitary farm.It is situated on the shores of Lough Neagh the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles.Population of 20k and approximately 20 miles from Belfast city.
Amongst the lovely historic monuments situated close to the town are a round tower and Shanes castle (popular venue for sports and medieval festivals).The town is well worth a day trip from Belfast. By bus or car it is just a half hour drive along the motorway from the city centre.
See photo of round tower below: