Armoy, Ballymoney, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Armoy

Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThis is a truly tranquil and private retreat and yet just six miles from the pretty, bustling seaside town of Ballycastle with its excellent sandy beach, marina, golfing, fishing, excellent restaurants and lively pubs. The cottage benefits from private off road parking and a west facing patio equipped with table and chairs and a barbecue. Inside there are open fires and a fully equipped modern kitchen. Downstairs there is a living room with large open fire, further sitting room with TV and open fire, a modern fitted kitchen and a bathroom with a shower over the bath. Upstairs there are two bedrooms - one double bedroom and one adult single,both with antique iron/brass beds and original cast iron fireplaces. This cosy cottage is ideal for couples, young families and singles. The cottage is close to excellent walking and is also an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful North Antrim coast and the Glens of Antrim. Horse riding is available at Sheans Horse Farm, a riding school and trekking centre on a 400 acre family farm just about five miles from the cottage. Special offers -Giro d Italia weekend May 9-11 £180 -North west 200 5 days May (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) -Rest of May one week £275 Guest AccessFree WiFi Excellent walking nearby Golf 6 miles Horse riding 5miles Well behaved dogs welcome
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpacePerfect base to explore north coast, or accommodation at local weddings 3miles -Lissanoure Castle 7.5miles - Ballycastle seafront 16.5miles -Giant's Causeway 36 miles -Belfast Int. Check out 12:00 Check in 3:00pm Set in Co. Antrim Countryside, a tranquil space to escape from everyday life. There is a small river flowing to the side of the property, and unobstructed views from every angle. There is a large kitchen, utility room, sitting room and sun room featuring patio doors out into the garden. ** WIFI Engineer attending on 19 May 2015 between 8am -1pm, please bear in mind if booking to stay on 18th may overnight** If you have any specific requirements such as a travel cot, please let me know in advance as this can be arranged. We are happy to negotiate a price per room or for the whole property. Each bedroom has a key lock on the door and private ensuite. There is also a main bathroom. There is plenty of outdoor space for children to play or for you to enjoy sitting out. We do not allow smoking in the property but are happy for you to smoke outside. I am happy to answer any queries you have about the surrounding area. I am happy to assist you with queries during your stay, but I will leave you in peace to enjoy the property whilst you are staying there. The house is situated next door to Shean's Horse and Heritage Farm. The house is an escape from the traps of modern life, and is a great place to relax with family or friends. There is a real fire in the property which we can provide materials for at an additional costs bespoke to your needs. You will enjoy uninterrupted views of the countryside. The location is ideal as a base to explore Cushendall, Cushendun, Portrush, Portstewart, Ballycastle, Belfast, Giant's Causeway to name a few. Unfortunately, anyone who has been to Northern Ireland can say the public transport is not the most reliable. Access by car is recommended. There is a small church and convenience shop less than a mile away. The property features a ramp access via the rear door, perfect for anyone with any mobility restrictions. Guest AccessGuests are free to arrive at any time after 3pm. Guests will be given a code prior to arrival to access property. Each bedroom has a key lock on the door and private ensuite. There is also a main bathroom. There is plenty of outdoor space for children to play or for you to enjoy sitting out. We do not allow smoking in the property but are happy for you to smoke outside. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to answer any queries you have about the surrounding area. I am happy to assist you with queries during your stay, but I will leave you in peace to enjoy the property whilst you are staying there. The NeighborhoodThe house is situated next door to Shean's Horse and Heritage Farm. The house is an escape from the traps of modern life, and is a great place to relax with family or friends. There is a real fire in the property which we can provide materials for at an additional costs bespoke to your needs. You will enjoy uninterrupted views of the countryside. The location is ideal as a base to explore Cushendall, Cushendun, Portrush, Portstewart, Ballycastle, Belfast, Giant's Causeway to name a few. Getting AroundUnfortunately, anyone who has been to Northern Ireland can say the public transport is not the most reliable. Access by car is recommended. There is a small church and convenience shop less than a mile away. Other Things to NoteThe property features a ramp access via the rear door, perfect for anyone with any mobility restrictions.
cottage
Excellent
10 reviews
2br cottage
    Breen Cottage stands in the midst of beautiful countryside in Glenshesk, one of the nine Glens of Antrim. With no close neighbours - unless you count the sheep in neighbouring fields! - it is a truly tranquil and private retreat and yet just six miles from the pretty, bustling seaside town of Ballycastle with its excellent sandy beach, marina, golfing, fishing, excellent restaurants and lively pubs. The cottage benefits from private off road parking and a west facing patio equipped with table and chairs and a barbecue. Inside there are open fires and a fully equipped modern kitchen. Downstairs there is a living room with large open fire, further sitting room with TV and open fire, a modern fitted kitchen and a bathroom with a shower over the bath. Upstairs there are two bedrooms - one double bedroom and one adult single,both with antique iron/brass beds and original cast iron fireplaces. This cosy cottage is ideal for couples, young families and singles. The cottage is close to excellent walking and is also an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful North Antrim coast and the Glens of Antrim. Horse riding is available at Sheans Horse Farm, a riding school and trekking centre on a 400 acre family farm just about five miles from the cottage. Spend a day walking the Moyle Way, exploring ancient Breen Oak woods just half a mile away or touring the stunning North Antrim coast - then return home and relax in front of a crackling log fire or watch the sun set on the west facing patio. There is also good surfing and body boarding at Whiterocks beach about 20 miles away near Portrush -equipment can be hired locally. Watch the NITB video for a glimpse of what you can do in the area. Upcoming events Gior d Italia May 9-11 North West 200 May 13 -17 We accept payment by bank transfer in GBP or euros Minimum stay 2 nights low and mid season Short breaks 2/3 nights from £150 to £210 please enquire Minimum stay high season 3 nights £250 NB Christmas and New Year are £375 per week - £210 for 3 days then £50 per extra day Jan/May- Longer lets of one month/ 4 weeks or more £600 per month - includes all bills Ballycastle is a pretty seaside town with a beautiful sandy beach and a ferry service to Rathlin Island. There is a golf course right by the beach and opportunities to take in some deep sea fishing. Ballycastle is surrounded with breath-taking beauty and steeped in cultural history. It is best known for the 'Ould Lammas Fair', probably the largest of its kind in Ireland with its 'dulse' and 'yellowman' which takes place at the end of August. Ballycastle is the perfect central location from which to organise day trips. Go west along the Causeway coast to Kinbane, Carrickarede Ropebridge, Ballintoy, Dunseverick, Portbraddon, the Giant's Causeway, the Bushmills Distillery. Go east through the Glens of Antrim to Cushendall, Cushendun, Glenariff, Glenann, Glencorp, Glenballyeamon, Glendun, Glenarm. Go north to Mull of Kintyre, Fairhead, Murlough Bay, Rathlin Island to enjoy some true wildlife, fishing and diving or just enjoy the warmth of the town and its people. Ballycastle is the ideal holiday destination for the family or explorer with a variety of activities and accommodation to suit the weekend break or summer holiday. Rural, traditional,stone cottage set in the beautiful Glens of Antrim,tranquil and private ,open fires, west facing patio. Free WiFi Excellent walking nearby Golf 6 miles Horse riding 5miles Well behaved dogs welcome
    cottage
    Excellent
    10 reviews
    2br cottage
      Annie's Cottage, Armoy with its half-door is situated on a quiet country road, three miles from the village of Armoy and five miles from the bustling sea-side town of Ballycastle. This comfortable cottage is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With its own large garden, it sits on an idyllic elevated site and enjoys magnificant panoramic views of Knocklayde, Glenshesk and even The Sperrins can be seen thirty-five miles away. Mid-way between The Giant's Causeway and The Glens of Antrim, with its cosy lounge and warm open fire, Annie's cottage is an ideal nook for a break away from it all, summer or winter. This holiday cottage can accommodate 4 people and a baby. Annie's Cottage is the perfect base as it is within a half-hour’s drive of the “must see sights” that the Antrim Coast has to offer- The Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle , Whitepark Bay, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Ballintoy, Ballycastle and the magnificent Nine Glens of Antrim, fabled in legend and song. The picturesque seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart and the shopping towns of Coleraine and Ballymena are also within easy reach. The unique villages of Cushendall and Cushendun situated at the foot of the Glens mustn't be missed. The area offers a wealth of activities for all ages,including golf, tennis, fishing,horseriding, scuba diving, boat trips around the coast, go-carting, archery and you can even learn to cut peat. The landscape, wildlife, history ,geology and, most of all, the hospitality and "craic" bring visitors back again and again as there is so much to do and so little time to do it all.Come and see for yourself! CCTV. NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion. We accept payment by bank transfer in GBP or euros and by Paypal Minimum stay 2 nights low and mid season Short breaks 2/3 nights from £150 to £210 please enquire Minimum stay high season 3 nights £250 NB Christmas and New Year are £375 per week - £210 for 3 days then £50 per extra day Jan/Feb - Longer lets of one month/ 4 weeks or more £650 per month Ballycastle is a charming and traditional Irish seaside town, with a variety of interesting shops.Play golf on Ballycastle or Gracehill 18 hole Golf Courses, both within 6 miles... or travel half an hour to Royal Portrush. Take a boat trip to Rathlin Island ... Surf the waves at Portrush and Portstewart. Fishing and pony-trekking are also available nearby. In the evenings, enjoy traditional music and “craic” in some of Ballycastle’s oldest pubs. Sample some of the local produce available in a variety of popular wine bars and restaurants in the area. Charming 2 bedroom self catering cottage is close to the North Antrim Coast, The Glens, and the Giant's Causeway. Only 1 hour from the sights of Belfast and the famous Titanic Quarter; and the same distance from the historic City of Culture - Derry/Londonderry. Great location for walking/painting and photographing "The Dark Hedges" featured in national publications.
      cottage
      Excellent
      1 review
      2br cottage
        Struain Cottage is over 100 years old. It has been refurbished using traditional materials and is at the foot of Knocklayd on a quiet country lane. With a partially enclosed garden and magnificent countryside views, Struain is a quiet haven , for artists, hillwalkers , yet only 10 minutes from Ballycastle and the sights of the Antrim Coast. It is within 20 miles of all the "must see " sights including The Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle and The Glens of Antrim. Boat trips around the coast, golf, horseriding, history and heritage can all be sampled in the area not forgetting traditional pubs, music and "craic" ! CCTV NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion. We accept payment by bank transfer in GBP or euros and by Paypal Minimum stay 2 nights low and mid season Short breaks 2/3 nights from £150 to £210 please enquire Minimum stay high season 3 nights £250 NB Christmas and New Year are £375 per week - £210 for 3 days then £50 per extra day Jan/Feb - Longer lets of one month/ 4 weeks or more £650 per month Ballycastle is a charming and traditional Irish seaside town, with a variety of interesting shops.Play golf on Ballycastle or Gracehill 18 hole Golf Courses, both within 6 miles... or travel half an hour to Royal Portrush. Take a boat trip to Rathlin Island ... Surf the waves at Portrush and Portstewart. Fishing and pony-trekking are also available nearby. In the evenings, enjoy traditional music and “craicâ€? in some of Ballycastle's oldest pubs. Sample some of the local produce available in a variety of popular wine bars and restaurants in the area. Struain Cottage is a cosy country retreat a few miles from one of the world's great road journeys along the Antrim Coast . 10 minutes from Ballycastle, 20 minutes from the Giant's Causeway and an hour from Titanic Belfast and Derry, City of Culture with lots to enjoy. WiI-FI RECENTLY INSTALLED.
        cottage
        Excellent
        50 reviews
        2br cottage
          A charming, cosy, traditional farmer's cottage set in the quiet rural surroundings of North Antrim farmland. A wealth of oldie-worldy furnishings including exposed beams, feature fireplace and woodburner. The cottage offers comfortable accommodation for families or friends wishing to explore the Causeway Coast.First opened in March 2014 following an extensive renovation and conversion the Bothy recently featured in an article in 'Farm Week' which describes it as "a cottage of unusual appeal ‌. Fabrics and wall colours of pale pastel greens, subtle, soft light shades which merge with the atmospheric dimensions of this incredible building, don't overpower the senses yet leave one with the comfortable feeling of being immersed in a homely cottage ‌.. Each room is a journey into the dream world of relaxed charm and restfulness."The Bothy dates back to the 1700s but has recently been fully modernised whilst retaining all its original charm. The thick walls, modern insulation and central heating ensure that it is beautifully warm throughout the year whilst the fully equipped kitchen has an energy efficient oven/hob and appliances that are all A-rated or higher. Graded 4 star **** by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board the accommodation is all on the ground floor. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with twin beds (or super king size). A bathroom with loo, bath and a sensational thermostatically controlled deluge shower! A living and dining room with a prominent chimney breast and heavy wooden shelf, beamed ceiling, wicker basket and stove. A long hall and fitted kitchen with pleasing design, colour schemes and all 'mod cons'.Oil central heating with woodburner in lounge. Electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, WIFI, TV, DVD, radio/CD, iPod docking station, library of books, games & DVDs, cot & highchair, hairdryer, fresh flowers and welcome pack of locally produced bread, preserves, fresh eggs, milk and butter. Bed linen, hand and bath towels are included along with all environmentally friendly bathroom and kitchen toiletries. A starter pack for our eco friendly wood burning stove is included together with oil fired central heating and electricity. Dogs and smoking are not allowed as we pride ourselves on keeping a healthy clean environment for people who may be sensitive to air pollution and allergies. There is a lawned garden and woodland. Patio with furniture and BBQ. There is ample lockable storage for bikes, golf clubs and surf boards. First opened in March 2014, graded 4 star **** by Northern Ireland Tourist Board and recently featured in an article in 'Farm Week' which describes it as "a cottage of unusual appeal ….….. each room is a journey into the dream world of relaxed charm and restfulness." Free Wi Fi with fast broadband!
          cottage
          Excellent
          8 reviews
          2br cottage
            Charlie's is a three star farm cottage situated near the village of Armoy, Co.Antrim. We are a suitable venue for families and their pets, also walkers, cyclists, anglers and golfers. We are within walking distance of the Gracehill Golf Club and the newly opened Hedges Restaurant. The Dark Hedges where Game of Thrones was filmed is also within easy reach.Central to the Northern Coastal Route we are barely six miles from the historic seaside town of Ballycastle. You may also plan a visit to nearby Ballintoy, have a coffee down at the Harbour and then go on to the Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. Walking on the beach at Whitepark Bay is also very popular. Soon you will be at the Giant's Causeway where the new Visitors' centre is in now open.Not forgetting the old town of Bushmills with it's many coffee shops and of course The Old Bushmills Distillery.Onwards is the village of Portballintrae with a lovely little beach and so the coastal Route goes on...To the North East of Ballycastle are the famous nine Glens of Antrim - another outstanding area of natural beauty. Take the coast road to Cushendun and Cushendall and on to Waterfoot and the Queen of the Glens - Glenarrif - you will not be disappointed.You can do all the usual things while on holiday here but if you are interested in history or horses, you can go trekking at Sheans Horse Farm which is closeby. Here you may trek or ride as you please and learn some of the local history - all about the legendary Sorley Boyand the battles which took place. Periodically offers will be available on request. The area is Scots Irish - the land of the Hamely Tongue. It is not a sectarian thing as the accent is common to all! It comes from the narrow bit of sea between Northern Ireland and Scotland, also the Plantation of Ulster. Hopefully you will not need an interpreter as most natives are bilingual! The traditional music is also a mixture of Irish and Scottish and may be heard in most bars and hotels during the Summer months. Not to be missed! 3 star two bedroom farm cottage with free WiFi. Fantastic view overlooking Knocklayde Mountain, two bedrooms, (one double and one family room with double and single beds)Cottage is situated on privately owned land, farmed by the host family. Situated one mile from picturesque village with shops and filling station etc.Also very close to Dark Hedges
            house
            4br house
              Newly refurbished farmhouse with panoramic views of Knocklayde and Orra mountains. Situated at the foot of the Glens of Antrim, surrounded by arable farmland, wildlife-inhabited woodland, swan-filled lakes, Turnagrove Fishery and Lissanoure Estate. The large and private garden to the front of the house offers a child-friendly lawn for lots of outdoor family activities. Three bedrooms are located on the upper floor with access to the family bathroom. Bedroom 4 is downstairs next to the shower room & W.C. All have king sized beds. The living room has a wood burning stove and wall mounted TV. The modern kitchen diner has a range cooker, dish washer, fridge, freezer and all equipment needed to cater for a large family or friends get together. Ajoining utility room has additional sink, storage, washing machine and tumble dryer. The Pharis Smithy is a 45 minute drive from the Larne Ferry Ports, and Belfast Airports. Translink bus stop is 2 minute walk from the house, with links to railway stations and nearby towns. Ideally located only 10 minutes drive from Ballycastle, leading to the abundance of tourist attractions along the 'Causeway Coast Scenic Route' such as The Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy harbour, White Park Bay, The White Rocks beach and Portstewart Strand with its car accessible sandy beaches. From Ballycastle you can take a boat trip to Rathlin Island or drive the coastal route south to Watertop Open Farm, Torr Head scenic route, Glenariff Forest Park, Carnfunnock Country Park and many tranquil seaside villages. Game of Thrones fans can drive down the Kings Road, known locally as The Dark Hedges (10 minute drive). Outdoor activities are available nearby such as pony trekking at Sheans Horse Farm (5 min drive), golf at Gracehill Golf Club and fishing at Turnagrove Fisheries. Book accommodation early for local events throughout the year such as the North West 200 and Armoy Road Races, Lammas Fair in Ballycastle and many more local festivals. Ideally located only 10 minutes drive from Ballycastle, leading to the abundance of tourist attractions along the 'Causeway Coast Scenic Route' such as The Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy harbour, White Park Bay, The White Rocks beach and Portstewart Strand with its car accessible sandy beaches. From Ballycastle you can take a boat trip to Rathlin Island or drive the coastal route south to Watertop Open Farm, Torr Head scenic route, Glenariff Forest Park, Carnfunnock Country Park and many tranquil seaside villages. Game of Thrones fans can drive down the Kings Road, known locally as The Dark Hedges (10 minute drive). Outdoor activities are available nearby such as pony trekking at Sheans Horse Farm (5 min drive), golf at Gracehill Golf Club and fishing at Turnagrove fisheries.
              house
              4br house
                Brand New Luxury 4 bedroom (3 king size rooms and one twin) detached country cottage. Sleeps 8 comfortably but larger numbers can be easily accommodated. Set in rolling countryside with wonderful views of Knocklayd mountain and the River Bush. Rural but not isolated as the owner's family run beef and arable farm is only one field length away (locally grown meat & vegetable basket can be ordered prior to arrival depending on the season). Short visits to the farm can be arranged for children and adults alike. Ideally located about 20 minutes drive from the Giants Causeway. Close to the other world famous tourist attractions such as Carrick a rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy harbour, Glenariff Waterfall Forest Park, The Dark Hedges (KINGS ROAD in GAME OF THRONES) and miles of golden beaches at Ballycastle, White Park Bay, The White rocks and Portstewart Strand. Fantastic Links (7 miles) and Parkland (1 mile) golf courses are within easy reach. On the doorstep are 100 acres of privately owned fields and walks can be taken through the fields to the stepping stones at the River Bush which can be crossed on foot when water levels are low. Bicycle Hire can be arranged if needed prior to arrival. Pony trekking available at the local village of Armoy. In Armoy (1 mile away) there is a gas/petrol station, grocery store, post office(foreign exchange/banking facilities), hair dressers, two public houses & atm machine. Translink bus services the road with links to railway stations and nearby towns stop on the road outside the house. The cottage has four large bedrooms. Master bedroom is at the front of the house, has matching walnut furniture, is ensuite and has walk in wardrobe. Two other rooms have kingsize beds with matching heavy duty oak furniture. The fourth bedroom has two adult sized single beds, two pull out beds and triple wardrobes. Also upstairs is the huge family sized bathroom with free standing bath and separate large corner shower. Downstairs are two living rooms (one with wood burning stove and the other with open fire) and third games room/garden room/sofa bed room with cupboard of toys for youngsters to keep themselves amused. There is a fully fitted white painted kitchen diner equipped with american fridge freezer, 5 ring gas & double electric oven, range style cooker, microwave oven and integrated dishwasher with tablets provided. Third wc and shower is in the downstairs wet room. A separate utility room gives unrestricted access to washing machine (washing powder provided),tumble dryer and iron/board. Outside space comprises of a Tobermore Paved Barbeque and dining area complete with picnic table. There is ample off road parking for 3 or more cars. Newly installed free WiFi services all areas of the house and outside space. All in all, a great holiday home in a superb location which attracts a wide variety of holiday makers.Read more AmenitiesGeneral Local Guides/Maps Linens Provided Wood Stove Prices are negotiable for smaller group sizes of 4 persons or less. Winter weekend breaks can accommodate early check in from 8am and check out 8pm.PLease ask when booking if it is possible. 2 cots and high chair available to be requested if needed. Contact direct KNOCKNAHINCH holiday cottage. Armoy. New Luxury 4/5 bedroom near Giants Causeway holiday cottage with free WiFi an. On hill, overlooking the river bush and knocklayd mountain. 3 kingsize double bedrooms and one twin/quad room. 2/3 living rooms, kitchen diner and 3 bath/shower rooms. Outside BBQ & patio. Winter weekend breaks available with early check in 8am onwards and late check out 8pm.
                hotel
                Good
                144 reviews
                16br hotel
                • Breakfast
                • Gym
                • Parking
                • Pets Allowed
                • Swimming Pool
                • Wifi
                Situated in Ballymoney, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from The Dark Hedges and within 9 mi (15 km) of Ballycastle Museum and Benvarden Garden. Ballintoy Church and Rathlin Island Ferry are also within 9 mi (15 km).
                Cottage
                Good
                10 reviews
                2br Cottage
                • Pets Allowed
                Breen Cottage se trouve au milieu de la belle campagne dans Glenshesk, parmi les neuf Glens d'Antrim. Non fermer voisins - sauf si vous comptez les moutons dans les champs voisins ! -Il est un endroit vraiment tranquil et privé et encore seulement six milles de la ville de Ballycastle de joli, animé en bord de mer avec sa superbe plage de sable fin, marina, golf, pêche, excellents restaurants et pubs animés. Le gîte bénéficie de privé hors route un parking et un patio face ouest équipée avec table et chaises et un barbecue. À l'intérieur il sont des feux à ciel ouvert et une cuisine moderne entièrement équipée. Au rez-de-chaussée il y a une salle de séjour avec grande cheminée, autre salon avec TV et cheminée, une cuisine moderne équipée et une salle de bains avec une douche dans la baignoire. Il y a l'étage deux chambres - une chambre double et un adulte seul, avec des lits de fer/laiton antiques et cheminées d'origine en fonte. Ce gîte confortable est idéal pour les couples, les jeunes familles et les célibataires. Le chalet se trouve à proximité de marche excellente et est également une base idéale pour explorer la magnifique côte nord d'Antrim et les Glens d'Antrim. L'équitation est disponible au Sheans Horse Farm, une école d'équitation et centre de randonnée sur une ferme familiale de 400 acres à peu près cinq km du gîte. Passez une journée marchant le chemin Moyle, explorant les anciens bois de chêne Breen juste un kilomètre ou visiter la magnifique côte nord d'Antrim - puis retour à la maison et vous détendre devant un feu de bois crépitant ou regarder le soleil situé sur la terrasse orientée ouest. Il est également bon surf et body-Board, Whiterocks Beach, environ 20 kilomètres près de Portrush-équipements peuvent être loués sur place. Visionnez la vidéo NITB pour avoir un aperçu de ce que vous pouvez faire dans la région. Prochains événements Gior d Italia mai 9-11 North West 200 mai 13 -17
                Cottage
                Excellent
                52 reviews
                2br Cottage
                  Chalet du fermier charmant, confortable et traditionnel situé dans la tranquille campagne environnante de terres agricoles nord d'Antrim. Une richesse d'oldie-mondaine ameublement y compris exposés poutres, une cheminée et poêle à bois. Le chalet propose un hébergement confortable pour les familles ou amis souhaitant explorer la Coast.First de chaussée ouvrent en mars 2014 suite à une rénovation complète et la conversion le Bothy récemment décrite dans un article dans la semaine « ferme » qui le décrit comme « un chalet d'appel inhabituel... Tissus et couleurs de mur des verts pastels pâles, subtils et douces tons clairs qui fusionnent avec la dimension atmosphérique de ce bâtiment incroyable, ne pas maîtriser les sens encore laisser un avec le sentiment confortable d'être immergé dans un chalet accueillant... Chaque chambre est un voyage dans le monde du rêve de charme détendu et reposées.' le Bothy remonte aux années 1700, mais a récemment été rénové entièrement tout en conservant tout son charme original. Murs épais, isolation moderne et chauffage central s'assurer qu'il est magnifiquement chaud tout au long de l'année tandis que la cuisine entièrement équipée a une énergie efficace four/plaque et appareils qui sont tous une cote ou supérieur. Classé 4 étoiles *** par l'Office du tourisme d'Irlande du Nord, l'hébergement est tout au rez de chaussée. Il y a deux chambres à coucher, une avec un lit double et une avec lits jumeaux (ou super king-size). Une salle de bains avec toilettes, baignoire et un sensationnel thermostatique Douche déluge ! Un salon et salle à manger avec un éminent manteau et étagère en bois lourd, avec poutres apparentes au plafond, panier en osier et poêle. Un long hall et cuisine équipée avec design agréable, couleurs et tout le « confort ». Chauffage central fuel avec poêle à bois dans le salon. Four électrique & plaque de cuisson, micro-ondes, réfrigérateur/congélateur, machine à laver/sèche-linge, lave-vaisselle, WIFI, TV, DVD, radio/CD, station d'accueil iPod, livres, jeux & DVD, lit bébé & chaise haute, sèche-cheveux, fleurs fraîches et pack de bienvenue de pain produit localement, confitures, oeufs frais, lait et beurre. Lit linge, main et serviettes de bain sont inclus avec tous les toilette salle de bain et cuisine respectueuses de l'environnement. Un starter pack pour notre poêle à bois amical eco est inclus ainsi que le chauffage central au fuel et électricité. Les chiens et le tabagisme ne sont pas autorisés comme nous sommes fiers de maintenir un environnement propre en bonne santé pour les personnes qui peuvent être sensibles à la pollution atmosphérique et les allergies. Il y a un jardin pelouse et bois. Terrasse avec mobilier et barbecue. Il y a un grand rangement verrouillable pour les vélos, les clubs de golf et les planches de surf.
                  Cottage
                  Good
                  8 reviews
                  2br Cottage
                  • Pets Allowed
                  Charlie est un chalet de trois étoiles ferme situé près du village de Armoy, Co.Antrim. Nous sommes un lieu approprié pour les familles et leurs animaux de compagnie, également marcheurs, cyclistes, pêcheurs et les golfeurs. Nous sommes à quelques pas de la Gracehill Golf Club et le Restaurant récemment ouvert de haies. Les haies sombre où Game of Thrones a été filmé est également à proximité. Centrale de la Route côtière du Nord, nous sommes à peine six milles de la ville de bord de mer historique de Ballycastle. Vous pouvez également planifier une visite à proximité de Ballintoy, prendre un café vers le bas au port et ensuite aller le pont de corde de Carrick-a-rede. Marcher sur la plage de Whitepark Bay est également très populaire. Bientôt, vous serez à la chaussée des géants où le nouveau centre des visiteurs est en maintenant ouvert. Sans oublier la vieille ville de Bushmills avec lui est des nombreux cafés et bien sûr The Old Bushmills Distillery.Onwards est le village de Portballintrae, avec une belle petite plage et la Route côtière continue... Le nord est de Ballycastle sont les fameux neuf Glens d'Antrim - un autre domaine exceptionnel d'une beauté naturelle. Prendre la route de la côte de Cushendun et Cushendall et sur Waterfoot et la Reine des Glens - Glenariff - vous ne serez pas déçu. Vous pouvez faire toutes les choses habituelles lors d'un séjour ici, mais si vous êtes intéressés par l'histoire ou les chevaux, vous pouvez aller trekking au Sheans Horse Farm, qui est à proximité. Ici vous pouvez trek ou rouler comme vous s'il vous plaît et apprendre un peu de l'histoire locale - tout sur le légendaire Sorley Boyand les batailles qui ont eu lieu.
                  Cottage
                  Excellent
                  10 reviews
                  2br Cottage
                    Annie's Cottage, Armoy with its half-door is situated on a quiet country road, three miles from the village of Armoy and five miles from the bustling sea-side town of Ballycastle. This comfortable cottage is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With its own large garden, it sits on an idyllic elevated site and enjoys magnificant panoramic views of Knocklayde, Glenshesk and even The Sperrins can be seen thirty-five miles away. Mid-way between The Giant's Causeway and The Glens of Antrim, with its cosy lounge and warm open fire, Annie's cottage is an ideal nook for a break away from it all, summer or winter. This holiday cottage can accommodate 4 people and a baby. Annie's Cottage is the perfect base as it is within a half-hour’s drive of the “must see sights” that the Antrim Coast has to offer- The Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, Dunluce Castle , Whitepark Bay, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Ballintoy, Ballycastle and the magnificent Nine Glens of Antrim, fabled in legend and song. The picturesque seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart and the shopping towns of Coleraine and Ballymena are also within easy reach. The unique villages of Cushendall and Cushendun situated at the foot of the Glens mustn't be missed. The area offers a wealth of activities for all ages,including golf, tennis, fishing,horseriding, scuba diving, boat trips around the coast, go-carting, archery and you can even learn to cut peat. The landscape, wildlife, history ,geology and, most of all, the hospitality and "craic" bring visitors back again and again as there is so much to do and so little time to do it all.Come and see for yourself! CCTV.
                    Cottage
                    Excellent
                    1 review
                    2br Cottage
                      GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, kingsize double, twin, shower room. Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge with small ice box, microwave, w/machine, hairdryer, alarm clock, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
                      Cottage
                      Excellent
                      1 review
                      2br Cottage
                        Struain Cottage is over 100 years old. It has been refurbished using traditional materials and is at the foot of Knocklayd on a quiet country lane. With a partially enclosed garden and magnificent countryside views, Struain is a quiet haven , for artists, hillwalkers , yet only 10 minutes from Ballycastle and the sights of the Antrim Coast. It is within 20 miles of all the "must see " sights including The Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle and The Glens of Antrim. Boat trips around the coast, golf, horseriding, history and heritage can all be sampled in the area not forgetting traditional pubs, music and "craic" ! CCTV
                        Home/Apartment
                        4br Home/Apartment
                          Brand New Luxury 4 bedroom (3 king size rooms and one twin) detached country cottage. Sleeps 8 comfortably but larger numbers can be easily accommodated. Set in rolling countryside with wonderful views of Knocklayd mountain and the River Bush. Rural but not isolated as the owner's family run beef and arable farm is only one field length away (locally grown meat & vegetable basket can be ordered prior to arrival depending on the season). Short visits to the farm can be arranged for children and adults alike. Ideally located about 20 minutes drive from the Giants Causeway. Close to the other world famous tourist attractions such as Carrick a rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy harbour, Glenariff Waterfall Forest Park, The Dark Hedges (KINGS ROAD in GAME OF THRONES) and miles of golden beaches at Ballycastle, White Park Bay, The White rocks and Portstewart Strand. Fantastic Links (7 miles) and Parkland (1 mile) golf courses are within easy reach. On the doorstep are 100 acres of privately owned fields and walks can be taken through the fields to the stepping stones at the River Bush which can be crossed on foot when water levels are low. Bicycle Hire can be arranged if needed prior to arrival. Pony trekking available at the local village of Armoy. In Armoy (1 mile away) there is a gas/petrol station, grocery store, post office(foreign exchange/banking facilities), hair dressers, two public houses & atm machine. Translink bus services the road with links to railway stations and nearby towns stop on the road outside the house. The cottage has four large bedrooms. Master bedroom is at the front of the house, has matching walnut furniture, is ensuite and has walk in wardrobe. Two other rooms have kingsize beds with matching heavy duty oak furniture. The fourth bedroom has two adult sized single beds, two pull out beds and triple wardrobes. Also upstairs is the huge family sized bathroom with free standing bath and separate large corner shower. Downstairs are two living rooms (one with wood burning stove and the other with open fire) and third games room/garden room/sofa bed room with cupboard of toys for youngsters to keep themselves amused. There is a fully fitted white painted kitchen diner equipped with american fridge freezer, 5 ring gas & double electric oven, range style cooker, microwave oven and integrated dishwasher with tablets provided. Third wc and shower is in the downstairs wet room. A separate utility room gives unrestricted access to washing machine (washing powder provided),tumble dryer and iron/board. Outside space comprises of a Tobermore Paved Barbeque and dining area complete with picnic table. There is ample off road parking for 3 or more cars. Newly installed free WiFi services all areas of the house and outside space. All in all, a great holiday home in a superb location which attracts a wide variety of holiday makers.Read more AmenitiesGeneral Local Guides/Maps Linens Provided Wood Stove
                          Farmhouse
                          4br Farmhouse
                            Newly refurbished farmhouse with panoramic views of Knocklayde and Orra mountains. Situated at the foot of the Glens of Antrim, surrounded by arable farmland, wildlife-inhabited woodland, swan-filled lakes, Turnagrove Fishery and Lissanoure Estate. The large and private garden to the front of the house offers a child-friendly lawn for lots of outdoor family activities. Three bedrooms are located on the upper floor with access to the family bathroom. Bedroom 4 is downstairs next to the shower room & W.C. All have king sized beds. The living room has a wood burning stove and wall mounted TV. The modern kitchen diner has a range cooker, dish washer, fridge, freezer and all equipment needed to cater for a large family or friends get together. Ajoining utility room has additional sink, storage, washing machine and tumble dryer. The Pharis Smithy is a 45 minute drive from the Larne Ferry Ports, and Belfast Airports. Translink bus stop is 2 minute walk from the house, with links to railway stations and nearby towns. Ideally located only 10 minutes drive from Ballycastle, leading to the abundance of tourist attractions along the 'Causeway Coast Scenic Route' such as The Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy harbour, White Park Bay, The White Rocks beach and Portstewart Strand with its car accessible sandy beaches. From Ballycastle you can take a boat trip to Rathlin Island or drive the coastal route south to Watertop Open Farm, Torr Head scenic route, Glenariff Forest Park, Carnfunnock Country Park and many tranquil seaside villages. Game of Thrones fans can drive down the Kings Road, known locally as The Dark Hedges (10 minute drive). Outdoor activities are available nearby such as pony trekking at Sheans Horse Farm (5 min drive), golf at Gracehill Golf Club and fishing at Turnagrove Fisheries. Book accommodation early for local events throughout the year such as the North West 200 and Armoy Road Races, Lammas Fair in Ballycastle and many more local festivals.
                            Home/Apartment
                            1br Home/Apartment
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                            The SpaceNorthern Ireland Tourist Board approved 3 star. This apartment is ideal for those seeking peace and quiet in a countryside location yet only four miles from the famous market town of Ballycastle with traditional Irish music and artisan shops. Beautiful views of open fields and Knocklayde mountain from the accommodation. Annexe contains a living room with futon and breakfast bar area, bedroom, bathroom, porch, kitchen and storage cupboard. Use of outdoor furniture on patio area at front of annexe. Three miles from Game of Thrones locations! Two miles from nearest shops in Armoy village. Guest AccessAs well as the indoor space, guests can access front patio and garden area with outdoor table and chairs. Also a back courtyard with a washing line. Washing machine and drier available in a separate washroom on site. Parking at front of property. Interaction with GuestsI live in the adjacent property and am available to help anytime. I have always lived in the area and have good local knowledge of all the sights and attractions. I am a keen walker and can provide advice on walks in the area. The NeighborhoodThe accommodation is in a peaceful countryside setting yet only four miles from Ballycastle Beach and town. The area is perfect for those seeking relaxation and is popular with cyclists, walkers, nature lovers, sightseers and bird watchers. Ballycastle is renowned as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It boasts an 18 hole golf course, a blue flag beach, tennis courts with grass courts and daily ferries to Rathlin island. The annexe is close to all main North Antrim tourist attractions such as Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Whitepark Bay, Bushmills Distillery and Dunluce Castle to name a few. Three miles from Game of Thrones locations such as 'the Hedges' and Ballintoy Harbour. For those interested in motorbike road racing the annexe is within a mile of Armoy road races ('Race of Legends') event at end of July each year. It's close to the famous 'North West 200' race. It is four miles from the annual 'Oul' Lammas Fair' in Ballycastle at the end of August. Getting AroundTaxi services into Ballycastle available. Bus goes from end of road, with a 2 minute walk to the bus stop. However, I recommend visitors have their own transport to fully appreciate the many sites and natural beauty of the North Antrim coast and rural locations. Other Things to NoteOil heating is metered and therefore to be paid separately. Open fire can be used in winter. No charge for electric. Free Wifi and use of towels. Welcome pack available containing all local attractions, notable events and phone numbers. 7 night minimum stay in peak season June, July, August.
                            Farmhouse
                            4br Farmhouse
                            • Wifi
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                            The SpaceNewly refurbished farmhouse with panoramic views of Knocklayde and Orra mountains. Situated at the foot of the Glens of Antrim, surrounded by arable farmland, wildlife-inhabited woodland, swan-filled lakes, Turnagrove Fishery and Lissanoure Estate. The large and private garden to the front of the house offers a child-friendly lawn for lots of outdoor family activities. Three bedrooms are located on the upper floor with access to the family bathroom. Bedroom 4 is downstairs next to the shower room & W.C. All have king sized beds. The living room has a wood burning stove and wall mounted TV. The modern kitchen diner has a range cooker, dish washer, fridge, freezer and all equipment needed to cater for a large family or friends get together. Ajoining utility room has additional sink, storage, washing machine and tumble dryer. The Pharis Smithy is a 45 minute drive from the Larne Ferry Ports, and Belfast Airports. Translink bus stop is 2 minute walk from the house, with links to railway stations and nearby towns. Ideally located only 10 minutes drive from Ballycastle, leading to the abundance of tourist attractions along the 'Causeway Coast Scenic Route' such as The Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy harbour, White Park Bay, The White Rocks beach and Portstewart Strand with its car accessible sandy beaches. From Ballycastle you can take a boat trip to Rathlin Island or drive the coastal route south to Watertop Open Farm, Torr Head scenic route, Glenariff Forest Park, Carnfunnock Country Park and many tranquil seaside villages. Game of Thrones fans can drive down the Kings Road, known locally as The Dark Hedges (10 minute drive). Outdoor activities are available nearby such as pony trekking at Sheans Horse Farm (5 min drive), golf at Gracehill Golf Club and fishing at Turnagrove Fisheries. Book accommodation early for local events throughout the year such as the North West 200 and Armoy Road Races, Lammas Fair in Ballycastle and many more local festivals Guest AccessEntire house is available to paying guests. Interaction with GuestsAvailable to hand over keys on arrival and departure. On end of telephone for any other contact required. The NeighborhoodBreathtaking views. I mile to Turnagrove Fiashery. 2 miles from Lissanoure Castle. 8 miles to Ballycastle and beaches. 30minutes to the Giants Causeway, Carrick a rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle, Bushmills Distillery and Glenariff Waterfall and Country Park. 10minutes to the Dark Hedges. Getting AroundNearest bus stop is 2 minute walk from the house on the Drones Rd. Recommend guests have their own car to make getting around as simple as possible. Ample free parking at the house.
                            Home/Apartment
                            Excellent
                            21 reviews
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Pets Allowed
                            • Parking
                            The SpaceNorthern Ireland Tourist Board approved three star. Very peaceful location yet only two miles from nearest shops in Armoy. Studio looks directly onto garden. Traditional cosy build designed and built by owner with wood floors, tall windows and glass sun room. Ballycastle is four miles away with shops, bars, restaurants and beach. Central to all North Antrim tourist attractions such as Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, Bushmills Distillery and Whitepark Bay to name a few. Close to Game of Thrones locations such as the 'Hedges' and Ballintoy Harbour. All within a 10 mile radius. Ideal for exploring local sites. Fully equipped with everything you could need for a pleasant holiday. Guest AccessParking at front of property. Gravelled path leading to front door. Interaction with GuestsAs the owner I am very pleased to be able to meet and greet all guests, and will be available on site throughout your stay. I live in adjacent property and have lived in the area all my life. I'm very happy to answer any questions you have about local attractions, walks etc. The NeighborhoodThis is a quiet neighbourhood, with rural walks and pleasant views from the property. The accommodation and surrounding countryside are ideal for cyclists, nature lovers, walkers, bird watchers and those seeking rest and relaxation. The studio is quaint and traditional, something a 'bit different' to most modern accommodation with wood floors, French Windows, light and airy with a rustic cosy feel. Ballycastle is renowned and famous as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It boasts an 18 hole golf course, blue flag beach, tennis courts with grass courts, and daily ferries to Rathlin island. For those interested in motorbike road racing the accommodation is within a mile of Armoy ('Race of Legends') event at the end of July. It is within half an hour of 'North West 200' race. It is also close to the annual 'Oul' Lammas Fair' event in Ballycastle at end of August. Getting AroundOwn transport recommended to visit the many tourist attractions this area has to offer. Taxi service available into nearby towns and villages. Bus stops at the bottom of Magheramore Road, which is a 2 minute walk. Other Things to NoteWelcome pack with details of local attractions, trips, restaurants, bars etc. available in the property. Studio is level access, no stairs or steps to access. Large wet room shower. Use of large mature garden (perfect for pets) and outdoor furniture. Heating, electric and towels all included. Washing machine and drier available on site in separate stone wash room. Wifi available free of charge. Minimum 7 night stay in peak season June, July, August.
                            Other
                            1br Other
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                            • Gym
                            • Breakfast
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                            We're close to The Dark Hedges (3miles), Giants Causeway (13 miles),Carrick-a-rede rope bridge (13 miles), Bushmill's Whiskey Distillery (11 miles), beaches and many places where Game of Thrones was filmed at. Please be aware, if you are an unmarried couple, we would prefer if you stayed in two separate rooms, which we can accommodate :) UNCOOKED BREAKFAST IS FREE! We provide free cereal, toast, tea/coffee. If you would like a cooked fry, let us know and this costs £5 each! :)
                            Cottage
                            1br Cottage
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                            • Gym
                            • Pets Allowed
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                            The SpaceClimb the old stone staircase, of the ‘Blacksmith’s Cottage to find the spacious living room with its open fireplace. Kitchen, bathroom and bedroom are on the ground floor with access to the croquet lawn. We offer at your request either a king size double or twin beds in the cottage bedroom. Guest AccessGuests have full private assess to the full house and shared access to the Gym, Tennis Court and Gardens. Interaction with GuestsMyself or the family will usually be around if you need us, otherwise if you have any problems I can be contacted 24/7 by phone. The Neighborhood5 minutes from Lissanoure Castle 2 minutes from the Dark Hedges 10 minutes from Ballycastle 20-30 minutes from any main tourist attraction on the North Coast. Getting AroundFree Parking on the grounds
                            Home/Apartment
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Gym
                            • Pets Allowed
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                            The SpaceOur studio cottage “The Little Pig’s House” is a very quaint but small cottage ideal for a couple or a single person looking for a quiet retreat. There is a settle bed (4ft 6in by 6ft 3in) in the corner of the living room as was the tradition in early Ireland. It has a super walk-in shower enhanced with stained glass windows and it shares a courtyard with The Long Barn. It has a lovely view over the moors. Guest AccessGuests have full private assess to the full house and shared access to the Gym, Tennis Court and Gardens Interaction with GuestsMyself or the family will usually be around if you need us, otherwise if you have any problems I can be contacted 24/7 by phone. The Neighborhood5 minutes from Lissanoure Castle 2 minutes from the Dark Hedges 10 minutes from Ballycastle 20-30 minutes from any main tourist attraction on the North Coast. Getting AroundFree Parking on the grounds
                            Home/Apartment
                            1br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Gym
                            • Pets Allowed
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                            The Space‘Ned’s Loft’ is a lovely romantic one bedroomed cottage. The bedroom and large bathroom (with a double ended cast iron roll top bath and separate shower) are separated by a minstrels gallery with a dining area which overlooks the panelled living area with its ecclesiastic window and kitchen downstairs. We offer at your request either a king size double or twin beds in the cottage bedroom. Guest AccessGuests have full private assess to the full house and shared access to the Gym, Tennis Court and Gardens Interaction with GuestsMyself or the family will usually be around if you need us, otherwise if you have any problems I can be contacted 24/7 by phone. The Neighborhood5 minutes from Lissanoure Castle 2 minutes from the Dark Hedges 10 minutes from Ballycastle 20-30 minutes from any main tourist attraction on the North Coast. Getting AroundFree Parking on the grounds
                            Home/Apartment
                            3br Home/Apartment
                            • Wifi
                            • Gym
                            • Pets Allowed
                            • Parking
                            The Space‘Dark Horse House’ has three bedrooms and a spacious open plan kitchen, living, dining area which has a fireplace. One of the bedrooms has an en suite shower room and the bathroom has a free standing double ended bath and separate shower. This cottage has it’s own private courtyard at the rear. We offer at your request either a king size double or twin beds in the cottage bedrooms. Guest AccessGuests have full private assess to the full house and shared access to the Gym, Tennis Court and Gardens Interaction with GuestsMyself or the family will usually be around if you need us, otherwise if you have any problems I can be contacted 24/7 by phone. The Neighborhood5 minutes from Lissanoure Castle 2 minutes from the Dark Hedges 10 minutes from Ballycastle 20-30 minutes from any main tourist attraction on the North Coast. Getting AroundFree Parking on the grounds
                            Other
                            2br Other
                            • Wifi
                            • Gym
                            • Pets Allowed
                            • Parking
                            The Space‘Poet’s Corner’ is a spacious two bedroom cottage. It has an en suite shower and a separate bathroom. This cottage is all on one level and is suitable for guests with restricted mobility. The living area has an open fire. We offer at your request either a king size double or twin beds in the cottage bedrooms. Guest AccessGuests have full private assess to the full house and shared access to the Gym, Tennis Court and Gardens Interaction with GuestsMyself or the family will usually be around if you need us, otherwise if you have any problems I can be contacted 24/7 by phone. The Neighborhood5 minutes from Lissanoure Castle 2 minutes from the Dark Hedges 10 minutes from Ballycastle 20-30 minutes from any main tourist attraction on the North Coast. Getting AroundFree Parking on the grounds
                            Farmhouse
                            2br Farmhouse
                            • Wifi
                            • Gym
                            • Pets Allowed
                            • Parking
                            The SpaceThe ‘Long Barn’ is a very popular cottage. It has two bedrooms and a bathroom downstairs. There is an open plan kitchen, dining and living area with a fireplace upstairs. This cottage has an enclosed courtyard at the rear which it shares with the Little Pig’s House and a small private courtyard at the front. We offer at your request either a king size double or twin beds in the cottage bedrooms. Guest AccessGuests have full private assess to the full house and shared access to the Gym, Tennis Court and Gardens Interaction with GuestsMyself or the family will usually be around if you need us, otherwise if you have any problems I can be contacted 24/7 by phone. The Neighborhood5 minutes from Lissanoure Castle 2 minutes from the Dark Hedges 10 minutes from Ballycastle 20-30 minutes from any main tourist attraction on the North Coast. Getting AroundFree Parking on the grounds
                            Cottage
                            2br Cottage
                              Situated just 3 miles outside the village of Armoy in a peaceful countryside setting with spectacular views . This charming property is tastefully refurbished with its cosy lounge and warm open fire. The property is ideally situated just 5 miles from Ballycastle town and beach. In an area of outstanding natural beauty, perched on an idyllic elevated site, it enjoys magnificent panoramic views of Knocklayde, Glenshesk and even The Sperrins can be seen 35 miles away.A great base for touring: located mid-way between The Giant's Causeway and The Glens of Antrim.Shop. Pub. Restaurant 3 miles. Beach 5 miles. GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, utility room, kingsize double, twin, shower room.Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge with small ice box, microwave, w/machine, hairdryer, alarm clock, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, private off road parking. Sorry no pets. Additional amenities include: golf nearby.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              1br Bed & Breakfast
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                              • Breakfast
                              • Parking
                              This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              1br Bed & Breakfast
                              • Wifi
                              • Breakfast
                              • Parking
                              The Space1 en suite room with double bed. Childs' cot available on request. Each room is priced at £50 per night Room is furnished to a high standard with plasma screen TV, DVD player, tea / coffee facilities, wifi, with oil-fired central heating. Less than a 500 metre walk to the main public transport bus stop in the centre of the village. Guest AccessGuests have access to the first floor of the property. Breakfast is provided in the kitchen located on the ground floor - served on request. On site parking Interaction with GuestsOwners are available to assist in any way, and to provide advice on local attraction and amenities. The NeighborhoodThe B&B is located in a quiet and private cul de sac. Walking distance from the centre of the village. Getting AroundPublic transport and taxis are accessible. Owners can assist with contacts and timetables. Other Things to NoteArmoy is a quiet rural village nestled in the glens of Antrim. The picturesque surroundings are ideal for walks, and the village has a number of small family-run businesses, including a cafe, fish and chip shop, pub and post office.
                              Bed & Breakfast
                              1br Bed & Breakfast
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                              • Breakfast
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                              The famous Dark Hedges are less than 2 miles from the B&B. Ballintoy harbour is only 9 miles away. Both are set locations for the hit HBO series 'Game of Thrones'. A super spot for staying to see the Armoy Road Races. Ballycastle Blue Flag beach and golf resort are only 6 miles away. The Giants Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge are a 20 minutes drive away.