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Explore the real Westeros on the Game of Thrones Tour

Posted on: 2017-07-21 10:51:52Game of Thrones
The new Game of Thrones Afternoon Tea at Ballygally Castle

Perched on the tip of the famous Causeway Coastal Route, sits Ballygally Castle. A stunning 17th century castle transformed into a luxurious hotel. This is the perfect base for exploring the Game of Thrones® filming locations along the stunning Antrim & Causeway Coastal Route. Starting with Sallagh Brae, view breath-taking scenes of the Antrim Coast Road, hearing how Game of Thrones® has used this unique landscape throughout filming. 

See and hear where filming took place along the local routes of Sallagh and Glenarm and where legends and stories shape the route, as you travel like a King or Queen in our luxury coach. Step off at Carnlough Bay, then onward to the Stormlands where Melisandre of Asshai gave birth to her ‘shadow creature’ who went on to slay Renly Baratheon. Approaching Ballycastle, east of Murlough Bay, the setting for Theon’s unconventional horseback ride with his sister Yara, 

With the opportunity to see three Game of Thrones® Doors on route, then time for a cuppa before we arrive at the breath-taking Ballintoy Harbour, the home of the Rugged Iron Islands for Theon’s homecoming scene. Most recently, it is where Lady Melisandre was back to doing what she does best: playing with fire. Then sit back and relax in luxury as we travel back to the Castle to enjoy a magnificent banquet fit for a King!

Available 8th September 2017 from £140 per person sharing. 

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