Tourism NI Gives Dunadry Hotel And Gardens Four-Star Grading

By Dave Simpson
Tourism NI Gives Dunadry Hotel And Gardens Four-Star Grading

Co. Antrim's Dunadry Hotel and Gardens been given a four-star grading by Tourism NI following a recent rebrand and £4 million investment.

"An Excellent Addition To The Tourism Offering"

In a statement on Tourism NI's website, Tourism NI quality and standards manager Caroline Adams said, "We are delighted to award four stars to the Dunadry Hotel and Gardens following their recent refurbishment. The McKeever family have worked incredibly hard and have invested a lot of time to achieve this accreditation. The property is an excellent addition to the tourism offering and I congratulate them on this achievement."

"A Prestigious Star Rating"

Meanwhile, Eugene McKeever, managing director of Dunadry Hotel and Gardens parent company the McKeever Hotel Group, commented, "This is a prestigious star rating that will help us to create a better hotel experience for all our guests. There was a tremendous amount of work to do, especially working with such a unique building, which is completely different to the rest of the hotels we own. The location and stunning gardens, particularly with the Six Mile Water running through, made the major investment worthwhile."

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