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Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThere are some beautiful sandy beaches and great places to surf, walk and cycle and the Causeway Coastal Route is absolutely stunning. If you would like to jump on a boat and do some fishing, then we can arrange this for you. We can also arrange private tours around the area from one of our local guides. Great public transport for those wishing visit without a car and lovely places to eat, drink and be entertained. Visitors can enjoy: A very large open garden. South facing decking complete with table, chairs, parasol and a modern gas barbeque for the whole family to enjoy. Your own computer and broadband WiFi access to suit business or leisure travellers. A fully fitted kitchen with hob, oven, washer/dryer, microwave and all crockery and cooking utensils. Flat screen televisions including DVD player in all rooms. Shower and bath. Cot and high chair provided on request. Totally secure parking available on-site. Welcome pack includes tea, coffee, sugar, milk, butter and a freshly home-baked Irish wheaten loaf, perfect for visitors seeking the traditional Irish experience. We also include wine as an extra welcome gift. Should you require any further information please don't hesitate to contact us. We hope to see you soon! Guest AccessThe apartment is totally self contained and you have access to all amenities. Interaction with GuestsWe live within the grounds of the property and are always on hand to help in any way we can. The NeighborhoodWe are a short drive to Bushmills, the home of Bushmills Irish whiskey and gateway to the beautiful north coast. take a leisurely drive along the coast to Ballintoy, Ballycastle, Cushendun and Cushendall. walk the Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge and take a ferry ride to Rathlin Island. The beaches are lovely and often almost deserted, apart from the horses being exercised. If you're a keen golfer then you're spoilt for choice. You can also visit the film locations for the Game of Thrones, including the eary dark hedges Finish your day off with a tour around the Bushmills Distillery, not forgetting to have a wee glass or two. Then a five-minute walk to the Bushmills Inn, with its open fire, fantastic award winning food and local friendly atmosphere. Getting AroundThe area benefits from great public transport, with public bus services running from early morning to late evening. If you need a quick trip somewhere then we are usually on hand and happy to help. Other Things to NoteThe apartment is located in the grounds of our house with a very large garden and decking area for those sunny evening barbecues.
Home/Apartment
Good
30 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
Charming, newly redecorated one bedroom apartment with all mod cons. Additional sofabed means it is perfect for a couple or small family. Within minutes of Bushmills, The Giants Causeway and Royal Portrush it is the perfect base to explore the area
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
    Blackrock Cottage is a listed building circa 1750. It was refurbished in 2004 and boasts character and large, spacious rooms with every modern amenity. This four bedroom property is a prefect country retreat close to the Giants Causeway.
    Home/Apartment
    Good
    28 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceMelagh Cottage costs are reduced for longer stays, 2 nights = £170, 3 nights = £240, 4 nights = £300, 5 nights = £360, 6 nights = £420, 7 nights = £480 Guest AccessGuests have the use of TV, Video Player, DVD Player, and a selection of Tapes and Dvd's which come in handy on a wet day.Well equiped kitchen which includes a washing/drying machine. Interaction with GuestsThere is no interaction with the guests as the accommodation is self catering. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is a quiet area and yet it is situated very close to the village which has a number of coffee shops, restaurants, shops ans places of intrest including the world famous Bushmills Distillery. Getting AroundThere are various Bus stops which are situated around the village. During the summer months there is a small Train which travels from Bushmills to the Giants Causeway. Other Things to NoteBushmills is a unique place to visit with all the querky things that most other villages do not offer, well worth a (URL HIDDEN) is also close to all the Antrim coast world famous attractions.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
      The SpaceThe sound of water cascading past pervades this converted corn mill, where the original character of the building has been beautifully preserved. Guest AccessIt is vital that you contact your Local House Manager 5 days before arrival to arrange time to meet. Contact details will be emailed to you. Failure to contact your local House Manager in good time make result in access to the property been delayed. Latest arrival is 9pm. Interaction with GuestsThe local House Manager will meet and greet you on arrival. At this time they can answer any questions you have about what is happening in the local area during the time of your stay. Late arrival is 9pm. The NeighborhoodOur buildings were made to the standards of earlier times – and sometimes without the intention that they should be lived in. Consequently you may encounter features that reflect their particular character but that deserve due care and attention, particularly by the young, elderly, less mobile or visually impaired. Examples of these are steps worn with age, uneven surfaces, low ceilings and beams, unexpected drops or changes in level, and by modern standards low or absent lighting. In all cases we have sought to make a sensible compromise between due regard for safety and the careful retention of the fabric of each building, which makes it an interesting place to stay. We ask you to appreciate and use the building with this understanding, and recommend you read the information in the Guest Book in the property. Other Things to NoteOur buildings were made to the standards of earlier times – and sometimes without the intention that they should be lived in. Consequently you may encounter features that reflect their particular character but that deserve due care and attention, particularly by the young, elderly, less mobile or visually impaired. Examples of these are steps worn with age, uneven surfaces, low ceilings and beams, unexpected drops or changes in level, and by modern standards low or absent lighting. In all cases we have sought to make a sensible compromise between due regard for safety and the careful retention of the fabric of each building, which makes it an interesting place to stay. We ask you to appreciate and use the building with this understanding, and recommend you read the information in the Guest Book in the property.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      22 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceDunluce Cottage is set in a child friendly cul de sac of holiday homes. It is a short walk away to Bushmills town centre which has plenty of pubs and good quality restaurants and shops. The house sleeps 5 guests. There is a single room, a twin room and a main bedroom which has a double bed and an ensuite shower room. Aside from this there is another bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom. The single room has a T.V which is just for watching DVDs or for playing games on the PS3 console. There is unlimited, superfast fibre optic broadband in the cottage. The Lounge has a 40 inch HD T.V with a built in DVD player. There are over 160 DVD's to choose from and plenty of toys and games to keep everybody entertained. There is also an open fire for the colder months. There are double doors which open up to the patio and a small grassed area. This is perfect for dining al fresco or enjoying evening drinks. (Please note in July & August we only accept bookings for 1 week). Guest AccessThe Kitchen is well equipped and has all mod cons including a dishwasher and a microwave. There is a small utility room which has a washing machine and a tumble drier. There are a travel cot, safety barrier and high chair available. In the downstairs cloakroom there is everything that you would need for a day at the beach - a windbreaker, 2 children's wetsuits, beach ball, folding chairs and picnic blanket. There are even two sleighs for sledging down the sand dunes at the nearby Whiterocks Beach. Interaction with GuestsI will not be there to meet the guests but I have a representative who lives nearby. They are able to assist you quickly if you have any problems. The NeighborhoodThe house is in a quiet cul de sac so it is very safe for children to play out in front of the house. The house is set in an elevated position above the river Bush so the back garden is very peaceful as you can hear the river from the patio. A 5 - 10 minute walk takes you into the town centre where there are plenty of nice places to eat. You are also ideally located to explore all the nearby attractions Getting AroundThere is a bus service through Bushmills and a train runs from nearby Portrush. A car would make life easier though !
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      91 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceRiverview is located in the village of Bushmills within short walking distance of award winning restaurants, pubs and the Bushmills Inn. A short ten minute walk will take you to the world famous Bushmills Distillery where guided tours run regularly and you will get the opportunity to sample the whiskey! There is a park and ride service within the village to take you to visit the world famous Giants Causeway and see the spectacular sight. By car there are many other visitor attraction s. A short drive will take you to the ruins of Dunluce Castle and further along the coast there are Carrick - a -Rede, Portbradden Church and Dunseverick Castle to name a few. For keen golfing enthusiasts we are 1 mile from Bushfoot Golf Club in Portballintrae and four miles from Royal Portrush Golf Club one of the best in the world. For beach lovers we are less than two miles from Portballintrae with its beaches and harbour and four miles from the blue flag beaches in Portush. The area caters for a wide range of watersports from surf and paddle board schools to chartered fishing trips. Guest AccessA spacious three bedroom property with 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin. We have an additional sofa bed in the the living room to accommodate any extra guest. Interaction with GuestsIf we are not available to meet you on arrival we will contact you to arrange a suitable time to meet to provide any additional information or answer any queries about the property and the local area. The NeighborhoodA quiet cul de sac where you will enjoy a restful stay. Getting AroundOur property is located in the village of Bushmills which is serviced regularly with local buses. Within easy walking distance of the Park and Ride service to take you to the Giant's Causeway.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      Stunning two bedroom apartment with sea views. This luxury apartment offers a great overall experience with Wifi and Sky available. It is situated in Portballintrae and is a short walk to the bay.
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      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The Space2 Kingsize Bedrooms with lounge sleeping up to 6 as a family style unit or as separate bedrooms; shared lounge when booking rooms separately; tea and coffee and also nice patio area. Single Occupancy will be charged at £55 per room; please ask for offer if you are travelling alone and also for more than one night; Room 2 would be a good choice for you as it has its own private entrance. The annex is situated in the most beautiful area of Ireland, and is close to many historical sites, beaches, golf courses and bars and restaurants. We are just minutes from The Giants Causeway. The Causeway was created by a volcanic eruption some 50 to 60 million years ago, but local legends claim it was created by giants! The Causeways information centre explains the legend and will capture the imagination of children and adults alike! After visiting the information centre you can take a walk along the beautiful Northern Irish headland, play on the hexagonal lava columns, and then enjoy an ice cream in the sunshine. Bushmills Whiskey Distillery is also just minutes from the annex. The Old Bushmills' Distillery provides guided tours where you can witness the 400 year old distilling process, and get a little sample at the end! This area of Northern Ireland is a golfers paradise. There are several courses ranging from pitch and put to professional, and all benefit from beautiful coastal views, and stunning rolling Irish green hills. After a busy day sight seeing, golfing and walking you can sample some of the finest cuisine Northern ireland has to offer. There are plenty of pubs in Coleraine, Bushmills, Portstewart and Portrush, that serve amazing, locally caught fish, proper Irish potatoes and locally made ice cream. One local treasure is Ramore Head Wine Bar, which not only serves delicious food, but also benefits from stunning views over the harbour and Irish Sea. Bushmills area itself offers fine dining with many star rated eateries; we will have all this information at the smithy. Please note that if you are traveling as a family (2 adults, 3 kids) we have a nightly rate of £99 if using just one bedroom and lounge....if you wish to book this please let me know and I will send you a special offer via the website function. I look forward to hearing from you! We can also do the whole annex for £140 sleeping 6 Guest AccessPrivate Annex attached to main house; we let our rooms separately or together for the perfect family unit both rooms have separate patio entrance doors to give you freedom to come and go as you please. Interaction with GuestsThe annex is private and you will have your own entrance; once checked in your privacy is respected This is our home and we enjoy sharing this with our guests; however we are not a hotel but provide a clean warm cosy space to sleep and have Breakfast. The Neighborhoodwe are situated on the main A2 out of Bushmills towards Ballintoy, our annex is double glazed but there will be some traffic noise. however we do live in a beautiful rural area. Getting Arounda car is necessary; no buses on this particular rd. however the causeway is just a half hour walk down through aird claghan. Plenty of Taxis and Cycle hire is available locally Other Things to NoteWe offer a standard cooked breakfast however we will get any special requirements that you have for breakfast; please let us know in advance thank-you
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      The SpaceA cosy, comfortable cottage located in the heart of Ireland's famous Causeway Coast. With stunning views of both the Glens of Antrim and the famous Antrim coastline. Fully equipped. Sleeps 4 adults, with a further bed suitable for children under 12. The Cottage is two storey, with the front door opening onto a small landing with a half flight of steps up to the main open plan living area, and a half flight of steps down to the bedrooms and bathroom. The main living area contains two sofas, tv, dvd, electric flame effect fire, and fully equipped kitchen with table and seating for 4-6 (two fold up seats). Kitchen contains electric oven, hob, extractor fan, microwave, toaster and kettle. And has full complement of crockery, glassware and cutlery. A selection of books, games, toys and DVDs are available for guests use. Patio doors lead out onto a balcony with views over the small private garden with picnic table and BBQ. The cottage lower level has one bedroom with twin beds, and a bedroom with double bed and walk-in wardrobe. The double bedroom has a patio door with access to the private garden. A bathroom with electric shower over bath, WC, wash hand basin, and shaving point is shared by both bedrooms. A further bed is available under the stairs, which is perfect for younger children, (a little hidey-hole for them). The final room on the lower level is a large walk in cupboard with vacuum cleaner, washing machine and extra storage space. The cottage is heated throughout by wall-mounted storage heaters. And all heating and hot water is provided as part of the rental fee. As is bed-linen and towels. The cottage rests within a small development of 15 cottages, developed on the former family farm, and is set in beautiful rolling countryside, an officially designated area of outstanding natural beauty. The cottages are located off a country road that runs between Bushmills and Portrush, which makes them the perfect base for exploring all that the famous Causeway Coast has to offer. Bushmills Distillery (The home of the World's Oldest Licensed Distillery, and the famous Bushmills Whisky, or 'Bush' as it is affectionately known by Dirty Harry and friends). The town of Bushmills is a 25 minute walk down a country lane, or 3 minute drive, and has a good variety of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafes. The Giant's Causeway is less than 10 minutes drive away, as is the Royal Portrush Golf Club (frequently rated in the Top Ten Best Golf Course in the World, home to Major Champions Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke and host of the Irish Open in 2012). Within a 25 minutes drive are a further wealth of championship links courses, including several at Portstewart, Castlerock, and Ballycastle. Also within 10 minutes drive are several beautiful beaches including the blue flag awarded White Rocks Strand and the pretty seaside town of Portballintrae which has a lovely little bay that's perfect for young children to paddle and hunt in rock pools and a nice nearby hotel with good restaurant and bar. The lively holiday town of Portrush is just over 10 minutes drive away with its wealth of pubs, restaurants, night-clubs and Barry's Amusement Park. The provincial University town of Coleraine is 15 minutes drive which has a wide array of shopping, restaurants, cinemas, 10 pin bowling etc. There is also a train and bus station with frequent trains to Belfast and Derry. The cottage should provide a great level of comfort and functionality for couples, small groups or families looking to explore. But possibly its greatest attribute are its unrivalled views across the Glens of Antrim, Bushmills, the Causeway Coast and on a good day right across the Irish Sea to the coast of Scotland. It is spectacular. Interaction with GuestsWe normally leave a key for guests so they can check themselves in. But I only live 2 minutes away and will call to check our guests have everything they need. I am also available for any issues and am happy to help with advice, suggestions, reservations etc. The NeighborhoodWe love the rural aspect of the cottage, surrounded by fields and beautiful views. There is an award winning garden centre only half a mile away which has an excellent coffee shop / restaurant and free wifi. The nearest town is Bushmills, which is the Gateway to the Causeway Coast; it's only a 2 minute drive, or a 25 minute walk down a pretty country road. Getting AroundThere is a bus stop less than a mile from the cottage which is serviced by buses travelling from Coleraine.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      35 reviews
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Parking
      The SpaceThis property in the friendly town of Bushmills is within 5 minutes walk of the famous Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, and a range of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. It offers the perfect base to discover the many sights of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway - World Heritage Centre, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle and Dunseverick Castle, which are all within 5 miles. It is located just 2 miles from Portballintrae, and within 10 minutes of the seaside town of Portrush and the beautiful Portstewart Strand. Royal Portrush Golf Club, arguably one of the best golf courses in the world is 5 miles away, along with other top golf course such as Portstewart and Castlerock. In the area there are an array watersports such as surfing and paddle boarding and fishing trips. Guest AccessGuests are free to use the entire property Interaction with GuestsI will not be there to personally greet guests as I do not live nearby. However I have a local representative who is able to deal with any issues quickly on my behalf. The NeighborhoodDistillery House is set in a quiet child friendly cup de sac. Getting AroundBushmills is served by bus and train however a car would be beneficial for exploring the many surrounding sites Other Things to NoteThere is a cot, highchair, baby bath and toys and games at the property.
      Home/Apartment
      Excellent
      12 reviews
      1br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      The Space * 1 double bedroo(URL HIDDEN)bathroom * Wood-burning stove * Gas heating * Under floor heating * Microwave * Iron & ironing board * Cd player * Travel cot on request * Garden * Patio * Garden furniture Guest AccessIt is vital that you contact your Local House Manager 5 days before arrival to arrange time to meet. Contact details will be emailed to you. Failure to contact your local House Manager in good time make result in access to the property been delayed. Latest arrival is 9pm. Interaction with GuestsThe local House Manager will meet and greet you on arrival. At this time they can answer any questions you have about what is happening in the local area during the time of your stay. Latest arrival 9pm. Getting AroundIt would be preferable to have a car as otherwise it will be difficult to get to shops, etc. Other Things to NoteOur buildings were made to the standards of earlier times – and sometimes without the intention that they should be lived in. Consequently you may encounter features that reflect their particular character but that deserve due care and attention, particularly by the young, elderly, less mobile or visually impaired. Examples of these are steps worn with age, uneven surfaces, low ceilings and beams, unexpected drops or changes in level, and by modern standards low or absent lighting. In all cases we have sought to make a sensible compromise between due regard for safety and the careful retention of the fabric of each building, which makes it an interesting place to stay. We ask you to appreciate and use the building with this understanding, and recommend you read the information in the Guest Book in the property
      house
      2br house
        Welcome to Northern Ireland Tourists Board Approved - Annie's Cottage, Main Street, Bushmills. Built in 1837, it is almost 200 years old and a listed building. It has changed little over the years and at one time it was a shop. This delightful property is within walking distance of all the local amenities, Portballintrae and the Giant's Causeway. It provides an excellent base to tour and visit the rugged beauty of the North Coast. The property has been recently refurbished and modernised to provide first class contemporary accommodation. There is WiFi for up to 5 devices, for email and social media only - not for video streaming. The North Coast region promises you a warm welcome and an unforgettable experience, stretching along the Atlantic coast, it is a vast landscape of breathtaking coastlines and spectacular countryside. Places to visit include: the Giants Causeway, Dunseverick Castle, Dunluce Castle, the White Rocks, Portrush East Strand, some of which are within walking distance and all are within cycling distance. By car, the towns of Coleraine, Portrush, Portstewart, Ballycastle and even the historic city of Londonderry, or Derry, are all within easy driving distance. Other beauty spots include; White Park Bay, Portbradden, Ballintoy, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, Larrybane. Many of the 'Games of Throne' locations are within easy driving distance including: 'Dragonstone' - Downhill Beach; 'Stormlands' - Carrick-a-rede and Larrybane, 'Pyke, the Iron Islands' - Ballintoy Harbour, 'Storms end' - Murlough Bay, 'The Stormlands' - Cushendun Caves, 'The Kings Road' - the Dark Hedges. Immersed in history, the delightful village of Bushmills is one of the essential tourist stops on the North Antrim Coast. A conservation village with almost a hundred listed buildings, it lies on the River Bush in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Bushmills is of course world-famous for its whiskey, which has been produced here for 400 years at Ireland's oldest working distillery. Visitors may tour the building and, afterwards, enjoy a sample of the celebrated tipple. Bushmills is also well-known for its salmon. Annually returning to the river from the Atlantic, they can be seen leaping above the water at the scenic Walkmill Falls. Other sights along the river include two authentically renovated mills. Bushmills has a long tradition of folk music, enjoyed at various festivals every year, and the locals speak in an Ulster-Scots vernacular honoured by a bronze sculpture called the Alphabet Angel. The village has for many years functioned as a gateway to the legendary Giant's Causeway, two miles away, where sweeping cliffs overlook a spectacular spread of basalt steps or columns leading to the sea. Bushmills is within a mile of another (email: hidden)raction, Dunluce Castle, whose majestic ruins tower atmospherically over the coast on a rocky "island". The property is situated on the Main Street of Bushmills. Grocery shopping, pubs and restaurants are all merely yards away!
        cottage
        3br cottage
          The property comprises three bedrooms, one with en-suite. The large open plan lounge dining and kitchen areas has views over the green North Antrim countryside.Dishwasher, washing machine / tumble dryer, microwave, heating and bedding included. Portballintrae is a delightful, picturesque seaside village two miles west of the World Heritage site, the legendary Giant's Causeway. Bushmills is home to the famous Bushmills Distillery (Oldest distillery in the world, granted licence to distill in 1608!) and numerous bars and quality restaurants is a short stroll. Also within 10 minute drive to one of the best links golf courses in the World, Royal Portrush. NITB Certified. Modern comfortable cottage situated at the entrance to the Causeway Coast village of Portballintrae.
          cottage
          Excellent
          5 reviews
          3br cottage
            Melagh holiday cottage sleeps a maximum of 6 people and is rated by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board as 3 star. It was constructed in 1998 to a high quality specification. Melagh cottage is a home from home and is suitable for a wide range of people, particularly those seeking a family holiday base or for couples who simply want a quiet rest. It is also suitable for the elderly with only one step to the front and rear entrances. Bushmills is a Conservation Area and the surrounding area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which contains some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere. The bungalow is ideally located for coastal walks, fishing, golf, pony trekking and as a touring base. It is close to the many attractions of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle and the superb White Rocks beach. The shopping town of Coleraine is only 7 miles away and there is a wide range of restaurants in the village and the immediate surrounding area. All tariffs are weekly and are in UK pounds sterling. Oil fired central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels etc are all included in the price - so there are no hidden extras. Melagh Cottage is available to rent all year round but weekend bookings are available only during the low season. Weekend rates are ÂŁ100 for 1 night, ÂŁ170 for 2 nights ÂŁ210 for 3 nights. Bushmills is a Conservation Area and the surrounding area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which contains some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere. The bungalow is ideally located for coastal walks, fishing, golf, pony trekking and as a touring base. It is close to the many attractions of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle and the superb White Rocks beach. The shopping town of Coleraine is only 7 miles away and there is a wide range of restaurants in the village and the immediate surrounding area.
            cottage
            Excellent
            5 reviews
            2br cottage
              Ballyclough Cottage is one of several cottages located on the hills above the coastal town of Portballintrae and Bushmills. It has magnificent views over fields down to the sea. The cottages sleeps up to 5 and is ideal for family holidays or those looking for peace and quiet. The cottage is ideally located for coastal walks, fishing, golf, pony trekking and as a touring base. It is close to the many attractions of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle and the superb White Rocks beach. There is a range of restaurants in the village and the immediate surrounding area. 50% payment on booking with balance due 8 weeks before holiday start. Payment can be made by BACS transfer or Visa (Paypal). The cottage is ideally located for coastal walks, golf, fishing, pony trekking and as a touring base. It is close to the many attractions of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle and the superb White Rocks beach popular with surfers and families. The shopping town of Coleraine is only 7 miles away and there is a wide range of restaurants in the village and the immediate surrounding area. The popular holiday resort of Portrush is 10 minute drive away, attractions include, a water park, bowling, harbour, aquarium, funpark., countryside centre, as well as the world renowned Royal Portrush championship golf course.
              house
              Good
              10 reviews
              3br house
                8 Dunluce Cottages is a home from home and is suitable for a wide range of people, particularly those seeking a family holiday base, golfers or for couples who simply want a relaxing break. For larger groups or two families travelling together please note the adjoining property is also family owned - please ask for details. The cottage is ideally located for coastal walks, fishing, golf, pony trekking and as a touring base. It is close to the many attractions of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle and the superb White Rocks beach popular with surfers and families. There is a range of restaurants in Bushmills village and the surrounding area. Bushmills is a Conservation Area and the surrounding area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which contains some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere. pp Bushmills is a Conservation Area and the surrounding area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which contains some of the most spectacular scenery anywhere. The house is ideally located for river or coastal walks, fishing, golf, pony trekking and as a touring base. It is close to the many attractions of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle and the superb White Rocks beach. The shopping town of Coleraine is only 7 miles away and there is a wide range of restaurants in the village and the immediate surrounding area. 5 mins walk from Bushmills, 8 Dunluce Cottages is on an elevated site with views of the River Bush. In a child friendly cul de sac it is an ideal base from which to visit sites of historical interest, spectacular beaches and other attractions of the Causeway Coast.
                bungalow
                Excellent
                3 reviews
                3br bungalow
                  Your cottage offers a real 'home from home' for those wishing to explore this majestic coastline. The breathtaking scenery makes for a memorable holiday. Savour the challenge of one of our many superb links Golf Courses, or enjoy some well cooked food in the renowned restaurants at Portrush and Bushmills. There are also many coves, beaches, and walks, offering a real retreat from the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. This bungalow has been adapted to accommodate wheelchair users. Shower and toilet facilities have been adapted for those with limited mobility. The open plan lounge, kitchen, and dining area offers ample space, and the open fire invites cosy comfortable evenings after a day exploring the unique coastline. In High Season, arrival/departure is on a Saturday only. Christmas and New Year is more flexible - please enquire. At Low/Mid Season we try to accommodate our guests with checking in times, but in High Season arrival is from 4pm onwards and departure is at 10am. The 'must sees' of the area are: The Giant's Causeway, a World Heritage Site. Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge which crosses a 24m deep chasm. Dunluce Castle, which dates back to the 14th century. The ferry to rathlin Island offers the visitor an unspoiled and natural escape to view some superb beauty and wildlife. The area also boasts 5 challenging golf courses, including Royal Portrush. Family attractions, such as Barry's amusements, or Leslie Hill Farm are always popular with our visitors. the option to hire a wetsuit and take a surfing lesson is a great challenge. Glen cottage is a cosy cottage with turf fire and all home comforts. Ramped front and back, and with adapted showering facilities, this cottage is particularly popular with those with limited mobility. Close to Giant's Causeway, and a number of local beaches.
                  house
                  3br house
                    Our cottage offers a real 'home from home' for those wishing to explore this majestic coastline. The breathtaking scenery makes for a memorable holiday. This 2 storey cottage offers cosy comfortable accommodation for families. It is traditionally styled with bedrooms on the first floor. The ground floor offers an open plan lounge, kitchen, and dining area where the open fire is the main feature. There are many beaches and walks offering a real retreat from the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. The sunsets are amazing, and the Giant's Causeway, with its geometric columns is a must on your visit, and is just down the road. In high season arrival/departure is on Saturday only. Christmas and New year is more flexible. Please enquire. At mid and low season we try to accommodate our guests with checking in times, but in high season arrival is from 4pm onwards, and departure is at 10am. The 'must sees' of the area are: The Giant's Causeway, a World Heritage Site. Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge which crosses a 24m deep chasm. Dunluce Castle, which dates back to the 14th century. The ferry to rathlin Island offers the visitor an unspoiled and natural escape to view some superb beauty and wildlife. The area also boasts 5 challenging golf courses, including Royal Portrush. Family attractions, such as Barry's amusements, or Leslie Hill Farm are always popular with our visitors. the option to hire a wetsuit and take a surfing lesson is a great challenge. Cosy cottage with turf fire, and all home comforts including wifi. Games room and laundry area on site. Close to the Giant's Causeway and coastal paths. Restaurant and pub 1km away. Ideal location for visiting this spectacular area.
                    house
                    Excellent
                    25 reviews
                    9br house
                      These cottages offer quality and comfort in a unique setting. The breathtaking scenery of the area makes for a memorable holiday. The area offers opportunities for walking, fishing on both river and sea, and the challenges of superb links golf courses. Local restaurants offer well cooked food, or have a group barbecue at your cottages. At the end of a day exploring the coves and bays of the area, your cosy cottages, with turf fire, will be a welcome retreat. Each cottage has 3 bedrooms and sleeps up to 6 people. Kitchen facilities are excellent, and there is an open fire in each lounge area. The cottages are all beside the owner's home, and we enjoy the challenge of making your stay with us memorable. In High Season arrival and departure is Saturday only. Christmas and New Year is more flexible - please enquire. In Low and Mid Season we try to accommodate our guests with checking in times, but in High Season arrival time is from 4pm. Reduced prices may be available depending on your group make up - please enquire. The 'must sees' of the area are: The Giant's Causeway, a World Heritage Site. Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge which crosses a 24m deep chasm. Dunluce Castle, which dates back to the 14th century. The ferry to rathlin Island offers the visitor an unspoiled and natural escape to view some superb beauty and wildlife. The area also boasts 5 challenging golf courses, including Royal Portrush. Family attractions, such as Barry's amusements, or Leslie Hill Farm are always popular with our visitors. the option to hire a wetsuit and take a surfing lesson is a great challenge. These cottages offer a homely and comfortable venue for family gatherings or special celebrations in a spectacular area. Close to Giant's Causeway and a number of local beaches.
                      cottage
                      Excellent
                      7 reviews
                      3br cottage
                        N I T B 4* rated ...Delightful family self catering bungalow. In tranquil rural settings with breathtaking views across the countryside. Located only four miles from the famous Bushmills distillery where you can take a steam train to the Giants Causeway. Within a short drive are the stunning beaches of Whitepark Bay, Portrush and Ballycastle. Golf courses at Portballintrae only 2 miles away and the Famous Portrush Golf course being 7 miles. You could also take a ferry accross to Raithlin Island great for bird watchers. Or walk the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge! Wonderful restaurants and bars in the surrounding areas many serving local produce. The cottage is set in beautiful gardens offering spacious living accommodation with bed linen, towels, oil and electric supplied. Enjoy sightseeing along the North Coast, fish in local rivers, lakes or at sea. Or just relax in the garden or conservatory. A peaceful retreat! A deposit of 25% is required 6 weeks before booking. If booking is less than 4 weeks ahead then a full amount is required. Payment can be made by paypal. Bushmills is a village on the north coast of County Antrim. The village owes its name to the River Bush and a large watermill built in the early 17th Century. The diamond area is typical of many old traditional Ulster towns and villages where the corners are gathering places for the exchange of news and banter and still happens today. The best known attraction is the Old Bushmills distillery which was founded in 1608. The distillery gives guided tours which is well worth a visit. From bushmills you can take a steam train to the famous Giants causeway. This is an area of about 40,000 interlocking bassalt columns, the result of an ancient volcanic eruption. The causeway is today owned and managed by the National Trust. Bushmills has many good restaurants and pubs serving good local produce. Carrick-a Rede rope bridge is a short journey from Bushmills. Its construction once consisted of a single rope hand rail and widely spaced slats which fishermen would walk across with their salmon caught from the island. The bridge has now been made more secure and replaced by a two handed railed bridge so that tourist will feel safe crossing!!! Ballymoney is only a short distance away and has a good leisure facility know as Joey Dunlops centre. Within the town of Portrush there are a selection of indoor venues which include Waterworld. The Dunluce centre and Barrys amusements and a large choice of restaurants and cafes and bars. Beautiful beaches surround you with the Royal Portrush Golf course midway along the beach. So you see an abundance of things to suit all ages.Come and discover this wonderful county and take home some special memories that will last a life time. Delightful family self catering bungalow. In tranquil rural setting Only 4 miles from Bushmills distillery and the Giants Causeway.The famous Portrush Golf course only 7 miles away. Stunning beaches of Whitepark Bay, Portrush and Ballycastle. Fishing available nearby.
                        house
                        Excellent
                        16 reviews
                        3br house
                          Village Cottage is in the centre of Bushmills. convenient to shops and a choice of restaurants, Distillers Arms, Bushmills Inn and The French Rooms to name a few. All within easy walking distance. Just 2 miles from the famous Giants Causeway you can walk or catch the train, which is popular with families. Village Cottage is just the place to relax, unwind and get away from it all and experience Village life, with beautiful beaches, golf courses, fishing and walks are close by, the choice is endless. Ideal for families, a group of friends or just a break away for two. Whether it be a birthday surprise, time away with friends or visiting the area for your first time you will have a great time during your stay at Village Cottage, Bushmills. NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser discretion Short Breaks available from a 2/3 night minimum please contact for details Please give me a call to discuss price or any request you might have always happy to help Bushmills is in an area of outstanding beauty on the North Antrim Coast. Visitors can enjoy places of interest, choice of restaurants all within easy walking distance. Why not walk and catch the train which runs along the existing tram line from Bushmills to the World Heritage Site a Northern Irelands’ Top Attraction The Giants Causeway. The only world hertiage site in Northern Ireland. Visit the New Visitor Centre at the Causeway. Take a short stroll and visit the oldest licensed whiskey distillery in the world, Bushmills Distillery, established in 1608. Visit the famous Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge. Dunluce Castle is just a few minutes drive away. With beaches close by at Portballintrae, Portrush East and West Strand, White Rocks and White Park Bay. Also many great golf courses including Royal Portrush. With numerous events including the Northwest 200 Motorcycle Road Race, Milk Cup, Horizon, The Ould Lammas Fair, N.I. Airshow Portrush and many more that make it a worthwhile family holiday destination. Just a short drive to the seaside towns of Portrush, Portstewart and Ballycastle. This is just a sample of what’s available, there is a lot more to see and do.
                          bungalow
                          Excellent
                          12 reviews
                          5br bungalow
                            Causeway Coast Country House is set in an idyllic location 3 miles outside Bushmills yet is within 10 minutes of the busy towns of Coleraine and Ballymoney. Close to the Causeway Coast it is not unusual to awaken to the sounds of wild pheasants calling as they stroll through the gardens or adjacent fields. We now offer free unlimited WiFi and this year completely redecorated from top to bottom and installed ultra comfortable pocket sprung mattresses throughout. It was completed in 2010 and is designed purely with holidaymakers in mind with generous gardens, designer kitchen and utility room, 5 spacious bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large living room and sun room to sit and enjoy unspoiled views of the surrounding countryside. Step out the double doors from the sun room to a south facing 238 sq. ft patio to enjoy a barbecue, coffee or to just take in the peace and quiet. After a days relaxing you can refresh in the main bathroom which contains a pressurised tower shower with 6 side jets before deciding which of the many local restaurants (which we can book in advance for you) to try. We can also organise golf tee times, horse riding and taxis on request. We require a security deposit of ÂŁ100 upon arrival which will be refunded on departure At bank or public holiday weekends our minimum stay is for 3 nights There are countless local treasures waiting to be discvered such as Dunluce Castle, Bushmills Distillery, Giant's Causeway new visitor centre all a few moments away by car. The house is also ideally located for this years Irish Open Golf only 10 minutes away round the scenic Antrim Coast. For those who enjoy a more leisurely pace there are many country walks,pubs, restaurants all near at hand. Spacious New Build NITB 5 Star approved North Coast Holiday Let set in 3 acres. Sleeps 9 comfortably with 3 bathrooms, designer kitchen, sun room, 270 sq ft patio with barbecue. Double garage plus parking for 6 cars. Spacious New Build NITB 5 Star approved North Coast Holiday Let set in 3 acres.
                            house
                            Excellent
                            2 reviews
                            4br house
                              Relax and unwind in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, staying in a cosy , welcoming house with magnificent uninterrupted sea views. Adjacent to Ulster Way, within walking distance of Dunluce Castle, Giant's Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and 3 beaches. Easy access to many other "North Coast" attractions,and filming locations for "Game of Thrones". Perfect for a family holiday, and a great base for walking, golf, surfing, digging in the sand. Tennis court and playground closeby. Surf school, coasteering, boat trips, fishing and bicycle hire available locally. Decked area to front for eating outdoors or enjoying the sunset. Selection of excellent restaurants nearby. Supermarket delivery service available - recommended by our regulars! The weather is immaterial as there are televisions, free WIFI, board games and books, or simply curl up in the Snug and watch the waves. Alternatively, embrace the elements, wrap up and go outdoors - every walk has a coffee shop at some point along the way. Holiday at Seascape and take away a bank of memories on which to draw in the future. Long sandy beaches (6), scenic cliff walks (Unesco Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Don't miss: The Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Rathlin Island, Ballintoy Harbour & The Dark Hedges (made famous by "Game of Thrones" TV series). 8 Golf courses to suit all abilities and pockets, ranging from 9 hole par three courses to Open Championship venues. Surfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, sea fishing, subaqua all available within 5 miles High speed sea excursions to view the spectacular coast and islands are highly recommended (Portrushseatours) Large selection of places to eat in the area, from fast food joints to award winning restaurants in superb locations where reservations are essential (Seascape owners happy to advise) Self Catering Holiday Accommodation. Sea Views. Garden and off street parking. Central Heating. Free Wifi. Well equipped kitchen. Dining room, snug and lounge. Family bathroom, ensuite and separate toilet. Superb base for golfing, cycling, walking holidays.Rental includes fresh bed linens, towels, electricity, heating, WiFii and Welcome pack.
                              cottage
                              Excellent
                              7 reviews
                              4br cottage
                                Enjoy the benefits of an exclusive self catering holiday within this Clachan style arrangement of traditionally styled modern cottages. Each cottage has been finished to an exceptionally high standard in a picturesque setting adjacent to approximately 100 acres of private forest. Following the sweeping driveway you'll arrive at the private grounds that is St Columbs Cottages. Each cottage has its own private paved patio area set amongst these picturesque surroundings. Modern living in the countryside. Each cottage offers excellent self-catering accommodation including modern kitchen and dining facilities. The kitchen is finished to the highest standard with granite worktops and fitted appliances. Complimented with three bedrooms and two bathrooms each cottage can accommodate most families looking for that exclusive break. Relax and enjoy your stay at your cottage within these beautifully maintained grounds. Maintenance free. Access to 100 acres of private forest - all on your doorstep. Stroll through the forest. Furthermore, the cottages are close to all local and internationally recognised golf courses, beaches and top class restaurants.. We can accept payments by cheque or bank transfer in GBP Deposit of ÂŁ100 to secure booking Payment must be completed within 6 weeks of start of holiday Security deposit ÂŁ200 is required before holiday commences and will be refunded within 2 weeks after the completion of holiday if no damage has occurred. This may be paid in advance or in cash on arrival. Discounted rates maybe available for smaller parties Please note weekend prices are based on parties of 2 - 4 sharing On arrival you will be able to access the property from 4pm Property to be vacated no later than10.30am on morning of departure Weekends and Mid week stays may be available, please contact us for prices Gas BBQ's are available for hire if required The cottages are perfectly located for exploring all the attractions around the North Coast. The Giant's Causeway is situated near Bushmills, County Antrim, on the north antrim coast. The Giant's Causeway has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986 and is today owned by the UK's National Trust charity. Generally considered as one of the Worlds greatest natural wonders. The Causeway Coast offers 12 miles of walking, along cliff faces with some of the world's rarest flora and fauna residing close by, and finishing near the famous Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. Walk across the breath taking rope bridge to Carrick-a-rede island and enjoy a truly cliff top experience. Traditionally a rope bridge was erected by local salmon fishermen to cross chasm to access their fishing nets in the waters below. A private railway exists between the Giant's Causeway and the Bushmills Distillery (the world's oldest legal whisky distillery) Admission to the Giant's Causeway coastal path and site is free, but donations are accepted and will help maintain this distinct landscape and natural beauty. For more information, including how to get there and visitor facilities can be found by visiting the National Trust website. The Bushmills Distillery began brewing whisky in 1608 at this landmark site. A visit to the distillery is a must to see first hand the brewing process and of course get an opportunity to sample some of the world's finest whiskys. There is a shop to purchase your favourite tipple to keep you warm on those dark winter nights.  Further along the coast you'll find the famous the Royal Portrush Golf Links situated close to the ruins of Dunluce Castle once occupied by the infamous MacQuillan and MacDonnell clans. The Royal Portrush is the only course in Ireland to have hosted the Open Championship. Offering 36 holes of links golf it is home to one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world, the Dunluce links, and the hidden gem, the Valley links. The Royal welcomes visitors all year round to enjoy the challenges of its courses. Dunluce links was voted number 12 in the world by Golf Magazine. The Royal Portrush hosted the 2012 Irish Open. The Causeway Coast Tournament held across Mussenden at Castlerock, the Strand at Portstewart, Ballycastle and the Valley at Portrush attracting over 1,000 golfers annually. Enjoy the benefits of an exclusive self catering holiday in traditionally styled modern cottages. Each cottage has been finished to an exceptionally high standard in a picturesque setting adjacent to approximately 100 acres of private forest. 2.5 miles from Bushmills on the North Antrim Coast near the Giant's Causeway and Old Bushmills Distillery
                                cottage
                                Excellent
                                15 reviews
                                3br cottage
                                  Enjoy the benefits of an exclusive self catering holiday within this Clachan style arrangement of traditionally styled modern cottages. Each cottage has been finished to an exceptionally high standard in a picturesque setting adjacent to approximately 100 acres of private forest. Following the sweeping driveway you'll arrive at the private grounds that is St Columbs Cottages. Each cottage has its own private paved patio area set amongst these picturesque surroundings. Modern living in the countryside. Each cottage offers excellent self-catering accommodation including modern kitchen and dining facilities. The kitchen is finished to the highest standard with granite worktops and fitted appliances. Complimented with three bedrooms and two bathrooms each cottage can accommodate most families looking for that exclusive break. Relax and enjoy your stay at your cottage within these beautifully maintained grounds. Maintenance free. Access to 100 acres of private forest - all on your doorstep. Stroll through the forest. Furthermore, the cottages are close to all local and internationally recognised golf courses, beaches and top class restaurants.. We can accept payments by cheque or bank transfer in GBP Deposit of ÂŁ100 to secure booking Payment must be completed within 6 weeks of start of holiday Security deposit ÂŁ200 is required before holiday commences and will be refunded within 2 weeks after the completion of holiday if no damage has occurred. This may be paid in advance or in cash on arrival. Discounted rates maybe available for smaller parties Please note weekend prices are based on parties of 2 - 4 sharing On arrival you will be able to access the property from 4pm Property to be vacated no later than10.30am on morning of departure Weekends and Mid week stays may be available, please contact us for prices Gas BBQ's are available for hire if required The cottages are perfectly located for exploring all the attractions around the North Coast. The Giant's Causeway is situated near Bushmills, County Antrim, on the north antrim coast. The Giant's Causeway has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986 and is today owned by the UK's National Trust charity. Generally considered as one of the Worlds greatest natural wonders. The Causeway Coast offers 12 miles of walking, along cliff faces with some of the world's rarest flora and fauna residing close by, and finishing near the famous Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge. Walk across the breath taking rope bridge to Carrick-a-rede island and enjoy a truly cliff top experience. Traditionally a rope bridge was erected by local salmon fishermen to cross chasm to access their fishing nets in the waters below. A private railway exists between the Giant's Causeway and the Bushmills Distillery (the world's oldest legal whisky distillery) Admission to the Giant's Causeway coastal path and site is free, but donations are accepted and will help maintain this distinct landscape and natural beauty. For more information, including how to get there and visitor facilities can be found by visiting the National Trust website. The Bushmills Distillery began brewing whisky in 1608 at this landmark site. A visit to the distillery is a must to see first hand the brewing process and of course get an opportunity to sample some of the world's finest whiskys. There is a shop to purchase your favourite tipple to keep you warm on those dark winter nights.  Further along the coast you'll find the famous the Royal Portrush Golf Links situated close to the ruins of Dunluce Castle once occupied by the infamous MacQuillan and MacDonnell clans. The Royal Portrush is the only course in Ireland to have hosted the Open Championship. Offering 36 holes of links golf it is home to one of the best and most challenging links golf courses in the world, the Dunluce links, and the hidden gem, the Valley links. The Royal welcomes visitors all year round to enjoy the challenges of its courses. Dunluce links was voted number 12 in the world by Golf Magazine. The Royal Portrush hosted the 2012 Irish Open. The Causeway Coast Tournament held across Mussenden at Castlerock, the Strand at Portstewart, Ballycastle and the Valley at Portrush attracting over 1,000 golfers annually. Enjoy the benefits of an exclusive self catering holiday in traditionally styled modern cottages. Each cottage has been finished to an exceptionally high standard in a picturesque setting adjacent to approximately 100 acres of private forest. 2.5 miles from Bushmills on the North Antrim Coast near the Giant's Causeway and Old Bushmills Distillery
                                  cottage
                                  3br cottage
                                  • Pets Allowed
                                  Our three bedroom town house is ideal for families, groups of golfers or friends. We are pet friendly with shared garden and grounds. There is a rear garden with sun patio and BBQ area which gets the sun from 11am till just before sunset. The town house is modern, has full central heating and we provide for an open fire for winter visitors. There is one double bed room with ensuite, one twin bedroom and one twin bunk room (adult size). There is also a bathroom with a separate shower. The living room has Sky TV (please bring your won card for all your own channels) with DVD player and music system, the bunk room and main bedroom have TV sets. The Living room, dining area and kitchen are in one large open plan room on the first floor with great views over the countryside. There is a separate Laundry Room. Portballintrae Cottage is located 5 minutes walk from the sea, harbour, nearest beach and restaurant. It is 8 minutes walk into Bushmills town which is the home of Bushmills Distillery (a must to visit), and is slightly larger than Portballintrae. It has a range of restaurants from fine dining to excellent cafes and coffee shops. Bushmills has a host of good shops with the best fruit & vegetable and the best butchers in the area. You are 8 minutes drive from the Giant's Causeway; Portrush is only 8 mins drive away. Prices include all bedding, heating and energy costs. We also have two other lovely cottages, look for Causeway Cottage Bushmills and Causeway Cottage Portrush. SUMMER SUN IN CYPRUS We have two lovely self catering homes in Northern Cyprus. A luxury villa with stunning views close to the town, look for Cyprus Harbour View Villa. Our penthouse is very central to Kyrenia, see more at Cyprus Harbour View Penthouse Your holiday home is located right in the heart of the Causeway Coastal Route, right in the middle of all the gems of the area. The jewel of the Giant's Causeway is surrounded by a range of beautiful golden sandy beaches, ancient ruins, wonderful country landscapes
                                  apt. / condo
                                  Excellent
                                  10 reviews
                                  2br apt. / condo
                                    Spacious open plan ground floor apartment in private complex situated right beside the historical village of Bushmills. It is only 100 metres to the village where you will find a variety of convenience stores, coffee shops and restaurants. It is only 200 metres to the 'Bushmills Tramline Station' and the tram-line walk to Portballintrae and Giants Causeway. The apartment is ideally situated for exploring all that the North Coast has to offer including the Giants Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Ballintoy, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and spectacular beaches. The golf courses at Royal Portrush and Portstewart are within easy reach, and local Bushfoot Golf Course is just a few minutes drive. Sorry no pets and strictly no smoking. Apartment is only 100 metres to the village where you will find a variety of convenience stores, coffee shops and restaurants. The apartment is ideally situated for exploring all that the North Coast has to offer. Minimum stay 3 nights
                                    apt. / condo
                                    Excellent
                                    24 reviews
                                    2br apt. / condo
                                      We have just been awarded a TripAdvisor certificate of excellence! The Place Above is a newly constructed NITB 4 star first floor apartment in the grounds of our own house on the Antrim Coast and a short distance from the Giant's Causeway, Ireland's only World Heritage Site. It is beautifully designed and decorated and has all modern amenities. It is situated in beautiful countryside in the middle of the Causeway Coastal Route, making it an ideal base for touring. It is only a short drive to the many activities and attractions the Causeway Coast has to offer, including 7 Golf Courses, the NW200 International Motor Cycle Track, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Old Bushmills Distillery (the oldest licensed distillery in the world), Dunluce Castle and more. DONT FORGET TO SEARCH FOR THEPLACEABOVE ONLINE. There are some beautiful sandy beaches and great places to surf, walk and cycle and the Causeway Coastal Route is absolutely stunning. If you would like to jump on a boat and do some fishing, then we can arrange this for you. We can also arrange private tours around the area from one of our local guides. Great public transport for those wishing visit without a car and lovely places to eat, drink and be entertained. Visitors can enjoy: A very large open garden. South facing decking complete with table, chairs, parasol and a modern gas barbeque for the whole family to enjoy. Your own computer and broadband WiFi access to suit business or leisure travellers. A fully fitted kitchen with hob, oven, washer/dryer, microwave and all crockery and cooking utensils. Flat screen television including DVD and CD player. Shower and bath. Cot and high chair provided on request. Totally secure parking available on-site. Should you require any further information please don't hesitate to contact us. We hope to see you soon! The local Bushmills area is the very central point for all the north coast has to offer. In addition Bushmills Irish Whiskey is made at Ireland's oldest working distillery, situated on the Causeway Coast. Watch whiskey making take place, and enjoy a wee taster too, as the secrets of 400 years of distilling at the home of Irish whiskey is unlocked. Take a truly heritage experience travelling on a steam locomotive along a magnificent coastal stretch of line between Bushmills and the World Heritage Site at the Giant's Causeway. A 15 minutes drive provides access to 6 beautiful beaches as well as many of the major activity and heritage attractions the coast has to offer. The Place Above is a newly constructed 4 star apartment in the grounds of our own house on the Antrim Coast and a short distance from the Giant's Causeway, Ireland's only World Heritage Site. It is beautifully designed and decorated and has all modern amenities. It is situated in beautiful countryside in the middle of the Causeway Coastal Route, ideal for exploring.
                                      house
                                      3br house
                                        Within walking distance of the famous Giant's Causeway is a comfortable bungalow from which to enjoy a holiday / short break in Portballintrae. This is 3 bedroomed and accommodates 6 people. There are two double rooms and a twin room . There is also a travel cot. The living / dining room is spacious and has comfortable settee and chairs with a TV/ DVD player, a table and 6 chairs. The kitchen has fridge, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher and also has a table and 6 chairs. A highchair is available. The shower in the bathroom is electric and can provide a hot shower at any time. There is good space outside for cars/boat and to have BBQs. There is also a spacious new conservatory in which to relax. . The bungalow is situated in a cul-de-sac and is only minutes away from the old harbour, sandy beaches and hotel/wine bar. The town of Bushmills is 5 minutes by car or 15 minutes walk. Royal Portrush and Bushfoot Golf Clubs are close by, as is the Giants Causeway and Dunluce Castle. There are also many sports/children's facilities within easy reach as well as a good range of restaurants. This is an ideal property for holidays, golf breaks and sightseeing High, Mid and Low season rates available as are monthly, weekly and weekend rates. Check in time 3:00pm, check out time 11:00am. Beautiful and spacious Bungalow/house to let for holidays in the village of portballintrae near the Giants Causeway. Short walking distance to lovely beaches. The town of Bushmills is only a mile away.
                                        house
                                        3br house
                                          New build family holiday home in the heart of Buhsmills. Bright modern decor. 3 bedrooms, 1 ensuite, downstairs WC, enclosed rear terrace overlooking Bushmills Whiskey Distillery. This property in the friendly town of Bushmills is within 5 minutes walk of the famous Bushmills Whiskey Distillery, and a range of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants. It offers the perfect base to discover the many sights of the Causeway Coast including the Giants Causeway - World Heritage Centre, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge and Dunluce Castle, which are all within 5 miles. It is located just 2 miles from Portballintrae, and within 10 minutes of the seaside town of Portrush and the beautiful Portstewart Strand. Royal Portrush Golf Club, arguably one of the best golf courses in the world is 5 miles away, along with other top golf course such as Portstewart and Castlerock. 3 nights for the price of 2 is available for selected dates up to 30 June 2014. Please contact the owner for further information. A cleaning charge of ÂŁ50 per booking will apply. 3 bedroom family holiday home in the Centre of Bushmills town. New build, bright modern decor.
                                          house
                                          Excellent
                                          23 reviews
                                          2br house
                                          • Pets Allowed
                                          Meadow Cottage is a completely self contained, private two bedroomed self catering holiday cottage attached to the owners home with its own large garden area and patio. The Cottage was completed and equipped to a very high specification in 2013 and has been awarded Northern Ireland Tourist Board 4 Star status! Set in a beautiful countryside location 3.5 miles from Bushmills, the Cottage has far reaching views towards the Giants Causeway, Knocklayde Mountain and the Antrim Hills. This is definitely a great place to get away and relax while having all the necessary amenities, beaches and other attractions nearby. The towns of Ballymoney, Coleraine, Portrush and Portstewart are all within a 15 minute drive with their diverse shops and facilities. Nearby attractions include Dunluce Castle, Giants Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Fantastic beaches including White Rocks, Portballintrae beach, Whitepark Bay and the Strand at Portstewart are all close by the nearest being less than 4 miles. The area boasts several superb golf courses including The Royal Portrush, host to the 2012 Irish Open. Surfing, equestrian facilities as well as spectacular coastal paths are also to be found in the area. The Cottage garden boasts an array of birdlife including goldfinches, yellow hammers, bullfinches, redpolls, pheasants and bramblings. Overhead one might spot or hear the resident circling buzzard and you may even be fortunate enough to catch a glimpse of a fox or badger. Meadow cottage has two spacious bedrooms, a bright and airy dining kitchen, cosy lounge and stylish shower room. The cottage comfortably caters for four adults. There is a pull out occasional bed suitable for a child. A travel cot is also available on request. The kitchen boasts a dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, 4 ring hot plate, oven, retro style fridge/freezer and quality pots and pans, Denby crockery, toaster and kettle all provided to make your life as easy as possible during your stay. All prices are inclusive of Heating and Electricity. Giants Causeway This World Heritage Site owned by the National Trust is situated just 5 miles from Meadow Cottage. Visit the new interactive visitor centre (opened in 2012) before going down to the Causeway to marvel at the stunning rock formations found there. Also discover the fascinating story of the legendary giant Finn McCool who originally built this incredible feature! Bushmills Distillery The Bushmills Distillery is the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery. It was King James 1st who originally granted the licence to distil 'Acqua Vitae' in April 1608. For the past 400 years the distillery has continued to produce Irish Malt Whiskey that has become famous the world over. The distillery and visitor centre is just 3 miles from the cottage. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge This amazing Indiana Jones style crossing has been in place connecting Carrick Island with the mainland for over 400 years. Do be aware before you cross that several people upon reaching the Island have refused to return and instead have waited to be picked up by boat! Up until forty years ago the bridge had a handle on only one side however there are no recorded accidents of people falling off this often rather precarious crossing. Situated 10 miles from Meadow Cottage the bridge is now operated by the National Trust Rathlin Island A trip from Ballycastle to Rathlin Island will furnish you spectacular views of Northern Ireland's largest colony of seabirds. Here you will find puffins, razorbills, guillemots, kittiwakes and fulmars all nesting along its imposing cliffs. It was here in 1306 that Robert the Bruce fled following defeat by the English. Whilst hiding in a cave under the lighthouse at Altacarry Robert was mesmerized by watching a spider attempting to attach its web to the side of the cave. After many attempts the spider finally succeeded and this inspired Robert to return to Scotland and continue the fight for Scottish independence. There in 1314 at the battle of Bannockburn he defeated King Edward thus freeing Scotland from English rule. It was also on Rathlin in 1898 that Guglielmo Marconi managed to send the first wireless signals on Irish soil between the East Lighthouse and Kenmara House in Ballycastle and this achievement is marked by a plaque at the harbour in Ballycastle. The ferry to Rathlin leaves from the harbour at Ballycastle which is 15 miles from the cottage. Dunluce Castle This spectacular castle stands majestically as a sentinel to the North Antrim Coast and is considered by many to be one of the most picturesque, majestic and romantic of all Irelands castles positioned as it is high above the roar of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. Cut into the rock below is the Mermaid's cave which runs directly under the castle making this a wonderful place of history and adventure. It was here in 1639 that tragedy struck when the rock supporting the castle kitchen suddenly gave way, casting the whole kitchen area including cooks and servants down the sheer cliff to perish in the sea below. This hauntingly beautiful attraction is only 3.5 miles from the guest house. Glens of Antrim The Glens of Antrim is a completely unspoilt area of outstanding natural beauty. Travel through these gloriously delightful glens to discover an area of great contrasts where gentle bays are separated by blunt headlands, exposed moorlands give way to gentle valleys and wide vistas contract to enclosed farm lands. The distance from Meadow Cottage is around 22 miles however a trip to the glens is well worth the drive. Mussenden Temple Built in 1785 by Fredrick Augustus Harvey Bishop of Derry, Mussenden Temple sits high on the cliffs near Castlerock. This interesting building was built as a library and modelled upon a similar Italian structure. The temple and its neighbouring ruin of Downhill House both have interesting histories, the house having been destroyed by fire in 1851 was restored between 1870 and 1874. During the Second World War it was used to house RAF servicemen however it fell into disrepair shortly after the end of hostilities and was dismantled in 1950. The drive of 11 miles from the cottage and walk to the ruins will furnish some spectacular views along this fascinating coastline. The Dark Hedges Originally planted in the 1700's by the Stuart family to form an impressive entrance to the family home Gracehill House this incredible avenue of Beech trees still awes and inspires visitors to the area over two centuries later. The road and its trees are now world famous and have appeared in several film and TV productions as well as being one of the most photographed and painted landscapes in Northern Ireland. However do pick your time to visit for legend records that the road is haunted at dusk by a grey lady who appears among the trees before apparently gliding down the road and disappearing from sight! The Dark Hedges is approximately 11 miles from Meadow Cottage. Portstewart Strand The Strand beach at Portstewart measures one and a half miles in length. Although (in our opinion) there are nicer beaches in the area (White Rocks at Portrush and White Park Bay at Ballintoy are much prettier) the Strand does allow you to drive your car onto the sand. This makes it a very popular destination with visitors on those days when it is both warm and dry enough to allow you a day at the beach! The Strand is owned and maintained by the National Trust and is situated 9 miles from Meadow Cottage. Portbradden One of the most picturesque villages in Northern Ireland has to be Portbradden situated on the coast between Bushmills and Ballintoy. The village was originally a salmon fishing station and its slipway is still used today for this purpose. Its unique location and spectacular views makes it a favourite stop for visitors many of whom venture from here round the headland to Dunserverick harbour. The hamlet has what has often been termed the smallest church in Ireland the building although originally it was a cow byre built in the 1950's and then converted into a small meeting place that still receives many visitors. Portbradden is situated about 8 miles from Meadow Cottage.
                                          apt. / condo
                                          Excellent
                                          30 reviews
                                          2br apt. / condo
                                            Our lovely holiday home is situated 2 minutes walk from the centre of Bushmills and 5 minutes drive to the Giant's Causeway, fabulous beaches and golf courses. As well as the famous Distillery to tour around, Bushmills has great coffee shops and restaurants and there is lots to do in nearby Portrush and Portstewart. The accommodation is all ground floor and comprises a double bedroom with en-suite and a twin bedded room. The living room also has a sofa bed if you need it. There is a kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge-freezer and washer/dryer which is open plan to the living area. We have installed a multi fuel stove and Freeview TV plus DVD player . High speed BT Infinity broadband is provided free of charge. Heating and hot water are gas powered. There is also a main bathroom with bath and overhead shower and you are welcome to use the barbecue. Hairdryer, bed linens and towels (excluding beach towels) included. There is a small front and rear garden area (with small table and 2 chairs where you can enjoy a coffee or glass of wine) which is not enclosed and which is communal. As you can see from the photos this is our much loved holiday home which we have furnished with love and care. The beds are so comfy and most of the furnishings are from Next, Creations or Laura Ashley - it is a world away from most holiday lets which are very basic and not very homely. Why not enjoy a traditional week away poking around rock pools, collecting shells and reminding yourself of the holidays you enjoyed as a child, in a setting which is a home from home. There is lots to do such as a visit to the Giants Causeway (5 minutes drive) to see the amazing rock formation there or try a tour of Bushmills Distillery - the oldest in the world! The Glens of Antrim aren't far and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge is good fun, providing it's not too windy! In Bushmills you'll find pubs, coffee shops and interesting owner owned shops. Whether you enjoy fishing, walking, or just chilling with a cappuccino, you'll enjoy a stay here. Situated just 5 minutes drive from the Giants' Causeway and amazing beaches and located in a quiet cul-de-sac, Causeway Cottage is has been finished to a high standard to provide comfort and a homely, cosy atmosphere you'll love. Two minutes walk to Bushmills village.
                                            cottage
                                            Good
                                            7 reviews
                                            1br cottage
                                              Situated 5 minutes from the picturesque village of Bushmills and 10 minutes from the seaside resort of Portrush, Seneril Schoolhouse is perfectly located to explore the best of the Causeway Coast. With the Giants Causeway, Royal Portrush Golf Club, The Old Bushmills Distillery and The Carrick-a-rede Rope bridge, to name but a few, you will never be stuck for something to do. Seneril Schoolhouse is also a perfect base for activity holidays with secure storage for bikes, canoes, surfboards and anything else you can think of! The recently renovated apartment offers one bedroom accommodation with a sofabed in the lounge and is perfect for couples or a small family. We also have a cot for infants. Facilities TV + DVD HiFi Linen Supplied Towels Supplied Garden Furniture BBQ Hairdryer Secure equipment storage High Chair Cot The weekly price is for 6 nights The Causeway coast is Northern Ireland's best loved holiday area. It is popular with tourists and the Northern Irish alike. It has a great selection of sandy beaches with excellent surf. It is a mecca for golfers with Royal Portrush, one of the finest links courses and the home course of both Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell. The Giants Causeway and Old Bushmills Distillery are both located in Bushmills and are a must see for those visiting the area. There are a superb selection of places to eat and drink, with something for everyone. self catering bushmills accommodation royal portrush golf club bike bushmills giants causeway accommodation bushmills accommodation
                                              bungalow
                                              Excellent
                                              2 reviews
                                              3br bungalow
                                              • Pets Allowed
                                              Your holiday home is located right in the heart of the Causeway Coastal Route, right in the middle of all the gems of the area. This is a great gateway to the Causeway Coastline. The jewel of the Giant's Causeway is surrounded by a range of beautiful golden sandy beaches, ancient ruins, wonderful country landscapes and sea views with miles of walks along the shore or through the country. This is an area Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) of scenic contrasts from white chalk to basalt cliffs, sandy shores with acres of sand dunes into rolling green hills through the peat lands to St Patrick's home at Slemish Mountain, a volcanic plug in the centre of the Antrim Plateau. The World famous Royal Portrush Golf Course, Portstewart Golf Course and Bushfoot Golf Course are all within a few miles of each of the houses. We are based in a small triangle of three lovely villages, Portballintrae, Bushmills and Portrush. Our three bedroom bungalow is ideal for families, groups of golfers or friends. We are pet friendly with a fully enclosed rear garden with sun patio and BBQ area which gets the sun from 11am till sunset. The bungalow is modern, full central heating and we provide for an open fire for winter visitors. There is one double bed room with ensuite, one twin bedroom and one twin bunk room (adult size). There is also a bathroom with integral shower. The living room has freeview TV with DVD player and music system, the bunk room and kitchen have TV sets. The kitchen and dining area are an L shaped integral room that leads into a small sun room which catches the afternoon and evening sun. There is a separate Landry Room. Bushmills Cottage is located in a quiet cul-de-sac on the outskirts of town. It is 8 minutes walk to the nearest shop and good restaurant / bar and 2 more minutes into the centre. Bushmills town is the home of Bushmills Distillery (a must to visit), is slightly larger than Portballintrae with a range of restaurants from fine dining to excellent cafes and coffee shops. Bushmills has a host of good shops with the best fruit & vegetable and the best butchers in the area. You are 8 minutes drive from the Giant's Causeway, 4 mins from Portballintrae, Bushfoot Golf Course and the nearest beaches. Portrush is only 8 mins drive away. Prices include all bedding, heating and energy costs. We also have two other lovely cottages, look for Causeway Cottage Portballintrae and Causeway Cottage Portrush. SUMMER SUN IN CYPRUS We have two lovely self catering homes in Northern Cyprus. A luxury villa with stunning views close to the town, look for Cyprus Harbour View Villa. Our penthouse is very central to Kyrenia, see more at Cyprus Harbour View Penthouse Gateway to the rest of Northern Ireland You are within easy travel to Belfast with the world famous Titanic Centre, Armagh and the famous Walled City of Derry. The Glens of Antrim are only 12 miles from our door and the local shopping town of Coleraine is only 10-12 min
                                              cottage
                                              3br cottage
                                              • Pets Allowed
                                              Set in the seaside village of Portballintrae, our beautiful 3 bedroom cottage is situated close to the world famous Giant's Causeway. Portballintrae beach is 10 minutes by foot, and the Giant's Causeway can be reached by a fantastic beach and cliff walk of around 3 Km (or by car). It is a perfect base for an activity holiday. The cottage comfortably sleeps 5 people (but up to 7 with an additional sofa bed in the upstairs living area). The cottage has a family bathroom (with bath and separate shower), and a separate ensuite (with shower) in the main bedroom. The kitchen and utility reside on the top floor of the property with views out over the countryside. The cottage has permanent high-speed WiFi connection. The area offers a variety of activities including cycling, walking, surfing, golfing and canoeing. The Bayview hotel is a 5 minute walk away with good food, drinks and live music at weekends. Beautiful and picturesque holiday cottage available from 3 days to 3 weeks duration. Located in Portballintrae on the North Coast of Northern Ireland, it's perfect for you to reach tourist attractions such as the Giants Causeway and the Game of Thrones trail. The GIant's Causeway is a 2 mile coastal walk from the cottage with Portballintrae beach just a 10 min walk.
                                              cottage
                                              Good
                                              11 reviews
                                              2br cottage
                                                Swallow Cottage is a cosy, charming cottage set in quiet rural surroundings of North Antrim farmland, just 1 mile from the conservation village of Bushmills, home to the world's oldest licensed distillery, and 3 miles from the famous Giant's Causeway. Swallow cottage is an approved Northern Ireland Tourist Board (NITB) accommodation, licence no. #46509 The cottage consists of two bedrooms, one double, walk through, bedroom leading into a twin bedroom; a living room with dining area; kitchen and shower room with toilet. The property is centrally heated throughout and for those cold winter evenings there is a wood burning stove. In the living room there is a TV with DVD player and Free view satellite.There is also a small selection of DVDs, books and board games. All linen and towels are provided. The kitchen is well equipped for self-catering with electric cooker with oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, clothes hanger, toaster, electric kettle, utensils and cutlery etc. For the use of guests there is shared garden (ideal for children) with a private patio and BBQ. Swallow cottage is the perfect place to relax and unwind, as well as explore the many places of interest along the north coast of Antrim, right on your doorstep. The local village of Bushmills offers many facilities, including four small supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and cafes, fish & chip shops, chinese takeaway, a chemist, several churches, a post office, with money changer and ATM, and second-hand book/curiosity shop. There is also a small Medical Clinic with doctors available. Just three minutes drive from Swallow Cottage, there is a petrol station with mini-mart/shop, selling basic provisions, and fuel, car accessories, as well as car servicing and car wash. There is well stocked and popular garden centre, with a cafe serving an excellent selection of hot meals, just 3 mins drive or 10 mins walk away. For more comprehensive facilities, the town of Coleraine just 8 miles, or 20 minutes, drive away, has several banks with ATM's, mobile shops, a cinema and entertainment complex and major high street outlets and supermarket chains. The Coleraine Hospital has 24 hour Accident & Emergency facilities. Also, nearby is the sea side resort of Portrush (20 mins) with shops, with amusement arcade and many entertainment facilities. Surfing equipment hire and facilities are available. The small coastal village of Portballintrae, where you will find the closest beaches, is 10 mins away. The Bushmills area, where Swallow Cottage is located, offers so much for you to enjoy a unique holiday. The magnificent coastal scenery, right on the door stop, is breathtaking. A must is to visit the famous Giant's Causeway, reputed to be one of the natural "Wonders of the World", with its towering basaltic cliffs and its unique rock formations, jutting out into the sea. The causeway is easily accessible - you can either walk down to the Causeway stones (20 mins) or there is a shuttle bus operating during the spring and summer seasons. Close by is Dunluce Castle, a historical medieval castle built by the 2nd Earl of Ulster, perilously on the cliff's edge, with superb views stretching along the white rocks strand to the seaside town of Portrush and the County of Donegal beyond. Park your car at the eastern end of the white rock strand, close by Dunluce Castle, and enjoy a brisk walk (30 mins) along the prestine, white, sandy beach to Portrush, where there is an excellent coffee shop waiting you at the end of the strand. If you head along the coast eastwards from the Giant's Causeway, don't miss a trip down to the picturesque fishing harbours of Dunseverick, or Ballintoy, with its quirky house, built by an eccentric Queen's University lecturer, and a delightful tea house, located in a traditional fisherman's cottage (open during spring and summer). A bit further on, you can challenge yourself and others to cross the Carrick-a-Reade rope bridge, suspension bridge (only open during the spring and summer months) straddled between the mainland and a small sheep island. Travelling further along the coast you will reach the small seaside town of Ballycastle, from where you can take a boat trip to Rathlin Island, the most northerly point of Northern Ireland. Located just off the coast, Rathlin has a population of just over 100 and is also home to tens of thousands of birds, including common guillemots; kittiwakes; puffins and razorbills - a absolute paradise for the wildlife photographer. Ballycastle plays host, on the last Monday and Tuesday of August, to the 400 year old, historic Lamas Fair, where you can buy amongst other things, live stock, the famous "Yellow Man" rock, similar to honeycombe, and dulse, an edible seaweed, with a very high content of vitamins, minerals and protein. In the town there are cafes and small restaurants to stop for lunch, or some excellent Irish pubs, serving cold lager. From Ballycastle you can drive further east to visit the Glens of Antrim,. Consisting of nine glens (valleys), it is an area of outstanding beauty and one of the major attractions, for visitors, in North Antrim. A great place to stretch your legs or walk your dog. Closer to home, take a tour of the distillery. Located in the town of Bushmills, on the banks of the River Bush, it is the oldest licensed distillery in the world, making Irish whiskey here since 1608. Spend time in Portballintrae, formerly a fishing villlage, just one mile from Bushmills. It is a great place to bring the children where there are two safe beaches to swim, and several restaurants and cafes over looking the sea. If you enjoy fishing, you can fish directly off the rocks. If you're a golfer, you have no further to look than the 18 hole Bushfoot Golf Links, close to the mouth of the River Bush. During the spring and summer seasons, you can take a ride on the small railway for a short journey, which links Bushmills with the Giant's Causeway, passing through the golf links and crossing the River Bush. A great experience for parents and children. About 10 minutes drive from Swallow Cottage, you can visit Benvarden gardens, on the banks of the River Bush, with its woodland and rose garden made between 1800 and 1820. The historic estate of Benvarden was built in the 1630's and owned since 1798 by the Montgomery family. The gardens are open from 1st June - 31 August. Set in beautful surroundings, Swallow Cottage is the ideal place for you to stay and relax with family or friends and to explore all that the amazing north Antrim coast has to offer.There is strictly no smoking allowed inside the property .ONE VERY Small dog may be permitted . please contact Manager
                                                cottage
                                                3br cottage
                                                  Dunluce Cottage is a 3 bedroom semi detached house. It is set in a quiet cu de sac of holiday homes and is a short walk away from Bushmills town centre. The main bedroom has an ensuite and there is another separate bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom. The open plan kitchen is fully equipped and has a dishwasher, microwave and all mod cons. A travel cot, safety gate and high chair are also available. There is a utility room with a washing machine and a tumble drier. There is unlimited, superfast fibre optic broadband available. The Lounge has a 40 " HD T.V and DVD player and there are over 170 DVDs and plenty of books and board games to choose from. There is also an open fire for the colder months. The single room has another TV which can be used for the PS3 games console or for watching DVDs. The private garden has a small grassed area and a large patio which is set in an elevated position above the river Bush. It is perfect for relaxing and enjoying evening drinks or eating alfresco. In the downstairs cloakroom there is everything you need for a day at the beach. There is a windbreaker, picnic rug, fold up seats, sleighs for the sand dunes and two children's wet suits. In a child friendly cul de sac you are ideally located to explore the North Antrim Coast. There are excellent restaurants and pubs that can be reached within a five minute walk. In the surrounding area there is an abundance of activities with the Giants Causeway, Carrick- a-rede rope bridge and Dunluce Castle all close at hand. The garden at Dunluce Cottage overlooks the River Bush which is famous for its Salmon Fishing. Aside from fishing there are so many activities to choose from - coastal walks, cycling, golf, pony trekking and surf school (to name just a few) so there is plenty to keep everybody busy, what ever the weather ! Dunluce cottage is set in a quiet cul de sac of holiday homes and is within walking distance of many excellent pubs and restaurants. It has everything you need for a relaxing holiday and is the perfect base for exploring the North Antrim Coast.
                                                  townhouse
                                                  3br townhouse
                                                    Only recently available for holiday lets this bright and airy town house comprises three bedrooms, one with en-suite. The home has large open plan living area upstairs including lounge, dining area and kitchen and affording fantastic views over the rolling countryside. A home from home fitted with all modern conveniences including dishwasher, washing machine, microwave and tumble drier etc. Free wifi is also included. Beautifully finished home perfect for family breaks or a couples retreat. The village of Portballintrae is only 2 miles from the world famous Giants Causeway. There are numerous sandy beaches near by and championship golf courses dotted throughout the area.
                                                    cottage
                                                    Excellent
                                                    10 reviews
                                                    3br cottage
                                                      The bright modern accommodation is finished to a high standard with light pine running throughout the house. The very comfortable lounge has an attractive pine and slate fireplace with electric fire inset. A good selection of DVDs, books and games are available for your relaxation. The kitchen and utility room are well equipped. Patio doors lead from the large dining area into a small patio and a south-facing, fully enclosed garden.Garden furniture is available. For your convenience a downstairs toilet is located in the entrance hall. Upstairs the three very comfortable bedrooms sleep five people. There is an en suite in the master bedroom with a spacious shower cubicle while the bathroom suite includes a telephone shower, very useful for families with small children. Bush Lodge is conveniently located on the edge of the conservation village of Bushmills, a 5 minute walk from the famous Bushmills Distillery, Ireland's oldest whiskey distillery (established in 1608). Tours are organised daily and you can also enjoy coffee or lunch in the restaurant. The River Bush flows through the village, walk over the Millennium Bridge to get the best view. Or join a Bushmills Heritage Trail (new for 2014) to find out more about the local history . A wide range of quality eating establishments and coffee shops can be found within the villages of Bushmills and Portballintrae, along with cosy pubs where you can sample some traditional Irish music and craic. Grocery shopping is well catered in Bushmills where you will also find a chemist, two butchers, a delicatessen, an ATM and a post office. Situated within a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' Bush Lodge makes an ideal base for touring the many delights of the Causeway Coast. The Giant's Causeway with its new Visitors Centre, N. Ireland's most famous tourist attraction, is only two miles away,as is the pretty seaside village of Portballintrae. You can walk between the two or hop on the Causeway tram for a picturesque ride. The beach and sand hills at the White Rocks (a glorious walk from here into Portrush) White Park Bay, Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, Dunluce Castle, all 'must-see' tourist attractions, are within easy reach. Walking, fishing and surfing are all popular pursuits in the area while championship golf facilities abound. Many family attractions are available nearby in Portrush and Portstewart and miles of golden sand can be found whichever direction you choose to travel. Bush Lodge is conveniently situated on the edge of Bushmills with a backdrop of green fields, blue sky and the sound of the River Bush. It is a haven where you can relax, unwind and from where you can venture forth to explore this most beautiful part of Northern Ireland
                                                      cottage
                                                      Excellent
                                                      24 reviews
                                                      1br cottage
                                                        Molly's cottage is on the stunning North Antrim coast of N. Ireland one mile from Bushmills and the Giant's Causeway in a quiet and secluded location, adjacent to owner's home. Just a 5 minute drive to lovely beaches, scenic walks, golf, fishing, surfing and excellent restaurants. Perfect for a relaxing break. Our cottage is perfectly located to explore the exceptionally scenic Causeway Coastal Route, rated as one of the top 5 tourist drives in Europe, as it weaves it's way between Belfast and Londonderry along 120 miles of superb coastline. Molly's is newly converted, comfortable, cosy and gives you the freedom to relax in peaceful surroundings
                                                        apt. / condo
                                                        12br apt. / condo
                                                          This is an exciting new development in the middle of Bushmills town centre which is eco friendly, modern and ideal for a holiday break in the North Coast of Ireland. Ideally situated close to all the main tourist attractions Northern Ireland has too offer. Bushmills is one of the last remaining local villages in the area with its local Fruit and Veg store and other interesting individual shops and stores. The local post office is only 100 yards away and the central town clock is to the back of these holiday homes.
                                                          house
                                                          3br house
                                                            Tastefully decorated throughout, Bush Cove offers a spacious and attractive environment which is ideal for a relaxing holiday on the North Coast. Free wifi throughout the house. Bush Cove is situated just outside the the tranquil village of Bushmills, in the heart of an area of outstanding beauty, just 5 minutes from the Giant's Causeway. A modern, comfortable 3 bedroom house, it's the perfect base for exploring the world-famous North Coast. Giant's Causeway. A modern, comfortable 3 bedroom house, it's the perfect base for exploring the world-famous North Coast. For scenery, walking, golf and great family fun, there's nowhere quite like it!
                                                            Home/Apartment
                                                            Good
                                                            3 reviews
                                                            3br Home/Apartment
                                                            • Wifi
                                                            • Parking
                                                            The SpaceThe house is modern, very clean and has everything guests would expect and more. Free wifi, Kitchen/dining area, lounge with lovely open fire, 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, accommodates 6 people easily. South facing back garden, safe and enclosed for children, with BBQ and outdoor furniture. Guest AccessWifi, satellite TV, dvd player, modern kitchen, 2 bathrooms, secure south facing garden Interaction with Guestsvery little The NeighborhoodA small development of houses convenient to restaurants, shops, pubs, local attractions. Getting Aroundcar advised Other Things to NoteBeautiful scenery, history, walking, fishing, golf, swimming, surfing, beaches, rivers, mountains, restaurants, Irish pubs, music, all these no more than 10 minutes away.
                                                            Home/Apartment
                                                            3br Home/Apartment
                                                            • Smoking Allowed
                                                            • Pets Allowed
                                                            • Parking
                                                            The SpaceThe spacious penthouse sleeps 6-10 and is decorated throughout with a coastal theme. It lends itself to a large group or 2 families. It is also ideal for golfers as there is plenty of storage space for bags, trolleys etc. There are 3 large bedrooms, 1.Single and double bed)2. Double bed.3.King size bed. Very comfortable double sofa bed and single chair, both with memory foam toppers. There is an en-suite and family bathroom, both with showers. The bedrooms have spacious wardrobes and laminate flooring. Seating for 8 at the dinning table. Fitted kitchen with Nespresso coffee maker (pods provided),wine fridge, hand blender, toastie maker,George Foreman grill, slow cooker, sodastream, wok and a large selection of kitchen utensils. Children - travel cot, high chair, Bumbo X 2. Children's plates, cutlery and cups. Step up stool,bath toys, baby shampoo and children's toilet seat. First aid kit. Pets - Dog crate, bed, feeding bowls, poop bags, dried food and spare leads. There are 2 balconies overlooking countryside and Bushmills in the distance. There is plenty of space for al fresco dinning and a BBQ. Toiletries are provided along with 2 hair dryers, straighteners and crimpers. MINIMUM BOOKING £400 Contact me for rates as its difficult to set prices here. My site is also on causeway coastal route. Holiday periods usually one week minimum, but again contact me. Causeway coastal route site also has information. Thanks for looking. Guest AccessGuests have full use of the apartment and EVERYTHING IN IT. This includes a very large selection of books,DVDs, toys and board games for all ages. We have a collection of wetsuits, water shoes, coats, fleeces, outdoor boots, scarves and gloves. There are nets, crab lines, buckets, spades, cricket set, tennis racquets, fishing rod and beach toys. Also, beach towels, picnic containers, a wind breaker, flasks and beach chairs to use while you explore nearby beaches. There is a blow up dingy, surf board,3 body boards, snorkel, masks and bicycles. There is a dedicated parking space at the main a lift. Interaction with GuestsI live in Belfast and will try and meet you, if not I am available by phone, text or email. The NeighborhoodPortballintrae is an ideal base to discover what The Causeway Coast and Glens has to offer. It is a golfers paradise with many links and parkland courses nearby. Bushfoot GC has a good restaurant open to all. Suitable for large families/ two families or groups to have a seaside holiday reminiscent of times gone by. Portballintrae has three beaches each catering to different pursuits. There are free tennis courts and a childrens play park. The village shop (seasonal ) has a good supply of basics and nearby Bushmills has a wide selection of supermarkets, butchers and eateries. Nearby Portrush is a friendly seaside town containing Barry's amusements and indoor play areas. It has a number of restaurants with the Ramore complex being very popular, due to its wonderful food and amazing desserts. It is home to The Air Show, The Northwest 200, The Milk Cup, , Portrush Regatta and The Causeway mini weekend. There is so much choice of things to do in the area you can make your break as active or peaceful as you like. Getting AroundThere are many scenic cliff top walks and in Summer there The Causeway Rambler drops off and collects along the way. There is also an open top bus which goes to Coleraine from the Giants Causeway and is a novel way to see the coastline. There is a bus stop just outside the apartment. Walk to the Giants Causeway or Bushmills along the scenic old railway track amongst the sand dunes and meadows, dependant on the way you choose. Portballintrae is roughly the centre point of The Causeway Coastal Route from Larne to Derry. Other Things to NoteThere is so much to see and do for hikers, cyclists, golfers, historians, geologists, gourmets, bird watchers, divers, fishermen, artists, horse riders, coasteerers and surfers. In this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Game Of Thrones has utilized the rugged landscape for the highly acclaimed series. Dolphins and Whales are frequent visitors and a pod was visible from The Lookouts window this summ(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)ghtings of The Northern Lights appear to be getting more frequent, and some amazing photos are online. Dunluce Castle is within walking distance to capture those prized photographs.
                                                            Bedroom
                                                            Bedroom
                                                            • Parking
                                                            The SpaceWe have 2 kingsize ensuites in the smithy annex Guest AccessOur annex has its own access and both rooms have their own access; there is a good sized guest lounge. Interaction with GuestsWe can meet you in arrival or arrange a key for you, the beds will be made up and towels in your rooms, we live on site but you have your own privacy. Always contactable if you need us. The NeighborhoodThe Causeway Coast and Glens are steeped with history and there is so much to see and do Getting AroundYou really need a car to enjoy the area, or bicycles Other Things to NotePlease note the accommodation has no kitchen this is a 2 bedroom annex to our cottage with private access
                                                            Hotel
                                                            3-star Hotel
                                                            Situated in the historical district, this eco-friendly apartment is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Old Bushmills Distillery and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Giant's Causeway. Dunluce Castle is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) away.
                                                            Bedroom
                                                            Excellent
                                                            11 reviews
                                                            Bedroom
                                                            • Wifi
                                                            • Breakfast
                                                            • Parking
                                                            The SpaceClean, spacious, breakfast included, complementary water, tea/coffee facilities, fridge in room. Guest AccessGuest lounge and dining room for breakfast Interaction with GuestsGive lots of local information of places to visit and best ways to see everything. McFall family have lived here for 300 years and our family have lots of information about Giant's Causeway, Rope Bridge, Bushmills distillery, Dunluce castle and the best ways to visit these. Ways to visit the Giant's Causeway for free. The NeighborhoodCountry house with a small farm. Beautiful views from most windows. Other Things to NoteHave their own key for access during the day.
                                                            penthouse
                                                            3br penthouse
                                                            • Pets Allowed
                                                            FABULOUS LOCATION .PROVIDING A UNIQUE SELF CATERING EXPERIENCE. Beautifully appointed penthouse, located in the child friendly, peaceful seaside village of Portballintrae. Boasting uninterrupted sea views and an ever changing sight line encompassing Donegal to The Scottish islands of Isla and Jura. Decorated throughout with a nautical theme. Very spacious, spans the top floor of the apartment block. Sleeps 6-10 . Suitable for golfers, plenty of space for bags, trolleys Etc. Numerous courses nearby. Perfect location to relax and unwind. Suitable for large/2 families and groups looking for a comfortable, well equipped base to explore The Causeway Coast and Glens or simply to have a relaxed family seaside holiday reminiscent of a time gone by. Sleeps 6 -10 comfortably.3 large bedrooms. 2 bathrooms. Built in wardrobes. Well equipped fully fitted kitchen with wine fridge, nespresso coffee machine (pods supplies), soda stream, wok, slow cooker, Foreman grill and toastie maker. Two large balconies to the rear overlooking surrounding countryside, with space for al fresco dining and barbequing. The area caters to golfers (links and parkland ),pony trekkers, cyclists, hikers, artists, surfers, geologists, historians, deep sea fishers/divers and shore anglers. Cosateering, kayaking, SUP can all be booked locally. Walk to historic Dunluce Castle, The Giants Causeway and Bushmills Distillery enjoying fabulous views and eateries along the way. There is easy access to other attractions such as The Rope Bridge, Whitepark Bay, Dunseverick, Binvenagh, Londonderry, Rathlin Island ferry and the film locations for Game Of Thrones. Portballintrae is a children's paradise with 3 beaches, providing the opportunity for crab fishing, paddling, rock pooling, sand dune surfing, harbour jumping and sandcastle/fort building. There is a play park and 2 tennis courts 500yrds away. As this is a family owned holiday apartment guests have FULL USE OF EVERYTHING. A large selection of wetsuits, gloves and shoes. There is also a surf board, blow up dinghy and 3 body boards for guests to use. Tennis racquets, crab lines, nets, snorkel, masks a fishing rod,cricket and rounders set A very large selection of books, family board games and DVDs suitable for all ages. X box 360, controllers and games. Beach towels, beach chairs, picnic baskets, flasks and a windbreaker. Guest toiletries provided ( toothpaste, shower gel, shampoo and conditioner) Hair dryer, hair straighteners and crimpers. A collection of waterproof coats, fleeces, gloves, hats and scarves are also available. Children's toys. Bath toys. Travel cot, ,high chair, step up stool, toilet seat and Bumbo seats X 2.( Great for the beach ) Pets are also catered for with bowls, bed, crate, dried dog food, clean up bags and extra leads. Bushmills (1 mile) is home to The Bushmills Distillery and The Bushmills Inn. It hosts a whiskey and salmon festival every September. There are a number of small supermarkets, post office, restaurants, coffee shops,craft shops and art galleries. There are 2 excellent butchers and four takeaways. Nearby Portrush (4miles) offers amusement arcades, Barry's theme park, indoor play areas, candyfloss and honeycomb galore, seaside cafes and The famous Ramore dining complex. The area is home to the Northwest 2000, The Milk Cup, Red Sails Festival The Air Show, Bushmills salmon and whiskey festival and The Potato Festival, among others. During the summer months there is a packed programme of entertainment in nearby Portrush and Portstewart. The Causeway Coastal Marathon boasts one of the most scenic routes in the world and is fast becoming a must do for runners. (26extreme ) Coleraine (9 miles) is the local town with a very good selection of shops. All around the area are eateries suitable for all tastes and price ranges, many within walking distance of the apartment, Bartali being the latest addition. The Bayview hotel is adjacent, and both it and The Bushmills Inn provide entertainment at weekends, usually traditional folk music. Portballintrae Boat Club also provides entertainment and has a good atmosphere for televised sporting events. You do not need to be a member. There is so much to do in the area I have left a large selection of guides to activities, restaurants Etc. The area is also ideal for mindful walks and reflection and in my opinion even more beautiful in the winter months. ÂŁ350 minimum rate. Where there are weekly prices, the following applies except in high season. 3 nights 65% of the weekly rate. 4 nights 75% weekly rate. 5 nights 85%. 6 nights 75% . Causeway coast route site provides accurate pricing information and things to see and do in the area. We do not cater for "partying weekends" as the apartments are family owned and a place to come and unwind. Thanks for looking, do contact me for up to date prices. . Bushfoot Golf Club. (0.5mls). Links. Gracehill GC. Royal Portrush Golf Club. (3.8mls) Home to Darren Clarke. Ballycastle GC. Portstewart Golf Club. (7.2mls). Links. Galgorm GC. Numerous pitch and putt for all the family. Castlerock Golf Club. (9.7mls).Links
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                                                              one of the closest Bed and Breakfasts to the Giants Causeway, This is not a self catering property but is perfect for a family bnb rental as it sleeps 6 with 2 king-size en-suites and an extra kingsize bed in the large lounge! Big Kitchen Table; tea,coffee, wifi; patio area and parking your own private entrance as this is an annex to our family home. PLEASE NOTE It is ÂŁ80 per room sleeping 2 in each room annex rate is ÂŁ140 should you only require 1 room please specify in your messages and I will send you an offer kind regards Denise Just 5 minutes from the Giants Causeway and Bushmills Distillery; this was an old Blacksmiths shop in the townland of Billy; overlooking the causeway Ideally situated to enjoy all that the North Coast has to offer