My wife and I married on the 28th of August in Ballintoy and hosted our guests, many of whom had never been to Ireland, for drinks, dinner and dancing at the Red Door. Where to start? This delightful little place is run by a family team. The central cogs are Nigel and Joanne, but mum does the baking and the kids wait the tables. From the off they could not have done more for us, and on the day they excelled themselves. Firstly, the food, service, location and value were excellent. More importantly was the atmosphere. Genuinely friendly and anxious to please, they made the evening truly memorable. We were greeted by chilled bubbly in the cabin and the couples daughter Emma and her friend playing the harp and fiddle. The bubbly was accompanied by shortbread baked by Joanne's mum as a surprise for us. The tables were laid out beautifully, and the couple had hung home made bunting and candles all around the garden. After a really super meal the band, which Nigel had sourced for us, arrived with guitar, fiddle, accordian and flute and the dancing commenced. Within an hour we recieved a request that the happy and friendly young staff would like to demonstrate some Irish dancing for our guests, and thus it turned out that the bride and grooms first dance was The Waves of Tory with ten other people! The whole package was simply outstanding. If you are getting married and you want 100 seats in a hotel function room, all with lace covers, then the Red Door is not for you. If you want genuine people who really want your day to work perfectly, lovely locally sourced food, the most delightful of staff, a superb location, great value, great craic and a very personal touch, then you should probably go no further than the Red Door. Thanks for everything guys. Liz and Patrick.