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Sentry Hill is a 19th century Victorian farmhouse in the Parish of Carnmoney, County Antrim. The contents of this historic house in Northern Ireland provide a rare insight into life in rural Ulster during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Sentry...more
We called at Sentry Hill today and were very pleasantly surprised. Nicola our tour guide was fantastic , a real asset to Sentry Hill. It's a small house and would not have been as enjoyable without the tour guide providing all the background history. Would...More
We visited Sentry Hill this afternoon having only discovered it’s existence. Everything was excellent especially the very warm and informative tour by Wesley. A really interesting visit and excellent coffee!
Beautifully maintained charming period farmhouse, complete with traditional fittings, furnishings, paintings, photos and memorabilia of development through several generations. Their stories were sensitively brought to life by our lovely guide, Deirdre. The house is both a monument and a testament to a family who worked...More
Stumbled across this after a disappointing visit to Belfast Castle, no other visitors, but we had a personal tour by Wesley Bonar who knew all the history & stories about the building & people who lived there. Answered all our questions & more, a clear...More
This is well worth a visit, not only to visit the House, but also, you should visit the Sentry Hill Community Garden Groups' garden, where there are 48 garden plots, that are producing all sorts of garden vegetables. Really well worth a visit where you...More
As members of the University of the Third Age, we are older people who are still keen to learn. We knew the McKinney family had an interest in the Natural world and collected in the Victorian fashion. But what a treasure trove awaited us. The...More
I've passed this place once or twice but never been in before and stopped at the spur of the moment, on my way through. I love old houses and this is is particularly rich in history, with artefacts spanning general generations of the same family...More
My husband and myself visited Sentry Hill House on Saturday 29 July 2017 and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The two girls there (one on reception & the other the guide, sorry I can't remember their names) were very welcoming and friendly & give us lots...More
Passed this place most days and now I live beside it I just had to visit. My it takes you back to the era. Mr McKinney gathered up so many artefacts you could nearly feel his presence. Great place to visit and the guide definitely...More