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4br Home/Apartment
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The Flax Mill on the Causeway Coast has a unique market position in terms of its huge size in which can accommodate large groups of people under one roof Superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist destination in its own right
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The SpaceA tastefully converted historical listed building, with a mix of contemporary / classical decor, original paintings and prints. Quiet and relaxing situated within mature communal grounds which are beautifully maintained. The room is perfect for 2 people staying. Breakfast is included. Private parking. Guest AccessBedroom. Super fast wifi. Breakfast included. Shared Bathroom. Kitchen and incorporated living area for you to relax in or prepare simple meals. Private patio. Perfect for breakfast when the sun is out. Off road parking directly outside house. Interaction with GuestsI usually meet guests on arrival. I am happy to provide lots of info on the area so just ask! I love company but also I am happy to be doing my own thing.. So you can have as much or as little of my company as you wish. I do like to use the sitting room as my own space, however you are free to use the kitchen and sofa as a living area. There will always be regular / speciality teas, and real coffee freely available at anytime. I have a huge fridge so please feel free to bring your own food stuffs if you have specific food preferences. The NeighborhoodImportant to note that you should not rely on (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) maps while traveling around Ireland. Fantastic, access to local beaches and 'site seeing' on the North Coast and perfect gateway to head out to Derry in the west. Also excellent location if you are traveling in from the west as you do not enter the town. Amenities close to the house are excellent with coffee shops, supermarket, cinema, gym and hotel being just a minutes drive away. Alternatively walk out my front door to enjoy the path by the river that leads into town or use the river path to explore nearby woodland/ forest. Getting AroundI would advise that you hire a car to explore the areas full potential. The town has a railway station with trains to Derry or Belfast, daily. My house is 5 min drive from the station. A bus called the Causeway Rambler provides a continual service throughout the day to all the tourist spots along the coast from April until Sept. There is some public transport along the north coast but it is advisable to hire a car. By Car; Mussenden Temple 10 mins away Giants Causeway 20 mins Portrush 15 mins 1 hour by motorway to Belfast and 35 mins to Derry. Its worth noting that the train journey from Coleraine to Derry City hosts amazing views with the train traveling close to the waters edge and with views of Donegal in the distance. Other Things to NoteLets talk the details... Breakfast provisions are included. A simple selection of cereal, delicious breads, jams, breakfast juice and fruit. Fresh Lavazza coffee and speciality teas. If you have a favorite cereal or breakfast item then bring it with you. Towels are provided, of course they are! Toiletries and an amazing super fast hairdryer. Uhmm hot water bottles for you to snuggle up to. If you would like to cook you will have excess to all of my kitchen contents.. herbs, oils,pots pans etc. Please inform be before hand that you would like to make use of the kitchen so that we can establish a suitable time. I have a gas cooker, oven and extra large fridge to store anything that you might like to chill. I have a washing machine which you can use for a fee of £5 per wash. A local gym is 2 min drive away with sauna and steam room. Smoke alarm and C.M. detector are in use on the premises.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSleeps 8, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. 1 Master Bedroom en-suite, 1 Twin Bedroom, I Double Bedroom, with seating area & 1 large bedroom with Twin & Double bed. HD TV's with Sky Entertainment & BT Sport. Complimentary Wi-FI. Guest AccessGuests have total access to the property and outside areas, Large lounge with wood burning stove, HD TV, Record, Rewind & catchup Facility. Kitchen/Dining Room, with seating for 8. Separate Utility Room. Outside decking & separate BBQ area. Interaction with GuestsThis is private holiday accommodation so guests have full control. We try to meet and greet and are available via phone or email if required. The NeighborhoodTara Lodge, is located on the outskirts of the beautiful rural and seaside village of Castlerock, in County Derry/Londonderry, which itself nestles on the shores of a stunning Beach, overlooked by historical Mussenden Temple & Downhill Castle. Excellent for those keen on outdoor and water based activities. For those golfers wishing to access the best links golf courses on the North Coast, Castlerock (in the village), Royal Portrush & Portstewart Golf Clubs, all within 20 miles. Half an hours drive will take you to Magilligan Ferry across to Irelands Inishowens Peninsula & within 30 minutes drive to Ballyliffen Links Golf Course. Getting AroundWithin the heart of the village is the train station giving easy access to Belfast, Dublin & Londonderry/Derry, there's also a local bus service providing pick up and drop off in the village too. About half an hours drive to Magilligan Point with access to Foyle Ferry to Donegal, Inishowen Peninsula. Other Things to NoteIf you're a golfer we have access to a Caddying Service, providing caddies with excellent knowledge of all the courses on the North Coast, plus discount to play at Castlerock Golf Club. You can also avail of a Special Offer to eat at "The Kitchen" Castlerock Golf Club. We also have available a Grocery Service for your arrival if required.
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The SpacePrice is for one person, one double bedroom Guest Access1 bedroom and 1 bathroom Interaction with GuestsI will not be available during your stay The NeighborhoodSafe, friendly and close to the beautiful coastline Getting AroundBoth buses and trains within walking distance Other Things to NoteThe photo is not of the view from house
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceFrom the front, there is adequate parking for 4 cars in a very quiet cul-de-sac. Absolutely ideal for children. The beach is only 10 minutes walk away and can be seen from the upstairs bedrooms. Other local attractions well worth a visit are Mussenden Temple (20 mins walk from house), Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge, Bushmills Distillary, The Dark Hedges (Game of Thrones) and the rest of the stunning Antrim coastline. All this within a 20-mile drive!! Guest AccessWhen guests book, it is for the whole house. It is very well equipped with everything you could possibly need for general living. Bed linen, towels, wifi all supplied free. Interaction with GuestsIf you have any special requirements or if there is anything I can have in place for your arrival, just ask. As some things are cumbersome and take up valuable luggage space, there is a baby high chair and a new travel cot under the stairs. The NeighborhoodCastlerock is a lovely quiet village on the north coast of Northern Ireland. Family friendly home, convenient and quiet, walk-able to beach, shops or golf, excellent walks and cycle tracks and drivable to all of the North Coast attractions. Shed to rear for bikes, wet-suits etc Local butchers, bakers, hairdressers, cafe, general shop, off license,chippy and several pubs all within a 10 minute leisurely walk. Getting AroundThere is a train stop in the village which makes for simple transport around the coast. There is a bus service but as the village is rural, a car is advised. Other Things to NoteOver the summer months, bookings are on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday, Arrival after 3pm and departure before 11am.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceConverted Flax Mill by the banks of the River Rhee. A great base for touring the Causeway Coast. Pet friendly The Old Flax Mill is a unique offering as a touring base for golf with four acres of landscaped grounds Guest AccessAccess to the top floor suite of rooms, its lounge and kitchenette which totals 4,000 square feet Also the ground floor three lounges and kitchen Interaction with GuestsA welcome and introduction to the mill and a tour A trip to the local shopping and restauranrt amenities on request The NeighborhoodQuiet serene countryside but within ten minutes drive from all shopping and entertainment amenities Getting AroundYou would ideally need a car but the local train station is 15 minutes away if you need a collection service Other Things to NoteA great base for Northern Ireland and in particularly counties Londonderry and Antrim and the many golf courses of the Causeway Coast
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9br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Old Flax Mill near Coleraine has a unique heritage stay and market position in terms of its huge size which can accommodate large groups of people under one roof We have nine regular bedrooms six of which are luxury ensuites, a family room of four singles and a ground floor room for the less well abled Three lounges on the ground floor and a fourth on the top floor so groups can gather as the wish. A riverside walkway down by steps astride the Old Mill gives this property a distinctive flavour of the year it was first built, 1786 On a summer day there is no better place to unwind with privacy or bbq by the river with all the mill facilities less than 100 yards behind. Guest AccessFour comfortable lounges and four acres of pasture by the river Interaction with GuestsWelcome and check in to tour the building and help with location of local facilities and tourist spots Thereafter you are left in privacy The NeighborhoodThe area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out tourist attractions abound close by with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more The Flax Mill is centrally placed close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim and Londonderry making it ideal for trips to world famous Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills Irish Whiskey distillery to the east which are must do Irish stops. Portush, Portstewart & Portbalintray and Ballycastle give you a huge choice of seaside resorts to dine and entertain the family To the west you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland’s greatest natural and cultural treasures – the Benone Beach, Downhill, Mussenden Temple and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Getting AroundYou would do well to have a car to take advantage of the area if you wish to hire a car contact us Other Things to NoteInteriors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working mill. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather.
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Excellent
33 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceDirectly in front of the Downhill beach with breathtaking views of Donegal. The living room/kitchen upstairs allows guests to benefit from these panoramic views. Game of Thrones was filmed on the beach in front of this house Guest AccessEntire cottage with private, secure, enclosed patio, raised gardens and extensive private parking, partly enclosed to side of house Interaction with GuestsOwners live local and always on hand to assist with any extra facilities which are requested. The NeighborhoodOur cottage is nestled in the downhill cove with established neighbours and a quiet setting. We are centrally located to access the North Coast of Northern Ireland and Donegal. Getting AroundExtensive, private car parking beside house. Train station at Castlerock. Foyle ferry operating in the summer months to Donegal. Other Things to NoteExtras are included i.e. highchair, travel cot, hairdryer, hair straighteners, iron, iron board, bbq, outside seating, open garage parking. We as hosts try to meet any extra requirements.
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9br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe Old Flax Mill Superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting •Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation •Ideal for very large parties for holidays, birthdays & anniversary celebrations •Huge space of 12,000 square feet makes this the best value proposition in the county •Sleeps 20 on regular bookings, sleeps up to 28 for special occasions on conversion •Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings •Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups •Exclusive use of all mill facilities & grounds when booking for parties of 16+ Tranquil Riverside Setting Stunning flax mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz and all the amenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent mill building is designated for weddings and corporate events is planned to come on stream in 2016. Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale and its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period mill features also include the internal mill race wall with glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the mill race tunnel underground connecting the two mill buildings and gothic windows. These features plus external stone walls and steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the mill grounds is unfenced and so not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the mill can host parties of up to 28 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Suite. Each set of rooms has its own character and space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house is the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suite also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the guests on the top floor. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile mill. The east wing guest annex has distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The second floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with they added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local warm and friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more [providing you have a car]. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant’s Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. They property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed. To the west of the mill you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland’s greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking is generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK and Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, a must do trip if you not visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 mins to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush, Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Guest Access12,000 square foot of mill and 4 acres of grounds by the rivr Interaction with Guestskey handover and left
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Excellent
8 reviews
3br house
  • Pets Allowed
Railway Cottage is situated on Northern Irelands stunning North Coast, in the picturesque village of Castlerock. The property is within 2 minutes’ walk to our Blue Flag beach, village shops, local pubs, railway station and the fabulous Castlerock Championship Golf Course. Downhill Estate overlooks Castlerock and provides great walks to Mussenden Temple overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. From Castlerock, Donegal lies to the west with Portstewart to the east. This is a 3 bedroom cottage (sleeps 6) with Master Bedroom en-suite, located in the heart of Castlerock Village and within the sound of the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean. It’s beautifully proportioned and has a cosy lounge and a separate dining room/kitchen. From the kitchen, through patio doors to the outside courtyard. Good Housekeeping Deposit is refunded 7 days after depature in line with Booking Conditions. Railway Cottage is situated on Northern Irelands stunning North Coast, in the picturesque village of Castlerock. The property is within 2 minutes’ walk to our Blue Flag beach, village shops, local pubs, railway station and the fabulous Castlerock Championship Golf Course. Located 8 miles from Coleraine, 40 miles approx to Derry City & 68 miles approx to Belfast.
watermill
3br watermill
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The Old Flax Mill, Aghadowey, County Londonderry, Causeway Coast The Top Floor of the Old Flax Mill is available for lease as a separate unit for your exclusive use. it comes with its onw huge lounge and dining room, two double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a family room of 4 single beds with family bathroom adjacent Regular bed spaces 8, assuming couples in the double rooms , and four singles with 10-12 maximum with use of sofa bed in lounge and/or a roll out bed The Old Flax Mill Stunning Flax Mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz & all theamenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. A superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting • Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation • Ideal for large parties for holidays, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, wedding accommodation • Huge space of 12,000 sq ft makes the Mill the best value proposition in the county • Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings • Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups • Tranquil Riverside Setting They flax mill is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious Mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main Mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent Mill building is designated for weddings & corporate events is planned for a later date Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale with its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period Mill features also include the internal Mill race Wall with a glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the Mill Race Tunnel underground connecting the two Mill buildings and gothic style archways, doors & windows. These features plus external stone walls & steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the Mill grounds is unfenced and not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The Mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the Mill can host parties of up to 26 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Family Suites. Each set of rooms has its own character & space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house are the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suites also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the top floor guests. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile Mill. The East Wing Guest Annex has a distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The top floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with the added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local, warm & friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more, providing you have a car. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. The property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed spots around. To the west of the Mill, you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland's greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the Mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian-zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK & the Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the Mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, another must do trip if you are visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk &Transport; Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 minutes to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the Mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush and Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The Mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Transport Connections Belfast International Airport 40 miles Belfast City Airport 50 miles Larne Harbour 35 miles Dublin 150 miles Tariffs Please contact us if you have a special requirement, or would like a specific quotation for renting the Mill. All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which are posted on line or available upon request -end of section-
watermill
4br watermill
  • Pets Allowed
The Old Flax Mill, Coleraine, County Londonderry, Causeway Coast Stunning Flax Mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz & all theamenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. The East Wing is a smaller unit within the old flax mil for those who need less accommodaion A superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting • Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation • Ideal for large parties for holidays, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, wedding accommodation • Huge space of 12,000 sq ft makes the Mill the best value proposition in the county • Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings • Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups • Tranquil Riverside Setting They flax mill is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious Mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main Mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent Mill building is designated for weddings & corporate events is planned for a later date Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale with its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period Mill features also include the internal Mill race Wall with a glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the Mill Race Tunnel underground connecting the two Mill buildings and gothic style archways, doors & windows. These features plus external stone walls & steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the Mill grounds is unfenced and not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The Mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the Mill can host parties of up to 26 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Family Suites. Each set of rooms has its own character & space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house are the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suites also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the top floor guests. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile Mill. The East Wing Guest Annex has a distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The top floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with the added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local, warm & friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more, providing you have a car. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. The property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed spots around. To the west of the Mill, you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland's greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the Mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian-zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK & the Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the Mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, another must do trip if you are visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk &Transport; Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 minutes to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the Mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush and Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The Mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Transport Connections Belfast International Airport 40 miles Belfast City Airport 50 miles Larne Harbour 35 miles Dublin 150 miles Tariffs Please contact us if you have a special requirement, or would like a specific quotation for renting the Mill. All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which are posted on line or available upon request -end of section-
watermill
3br watermill
  • Pets Allowed
The Old Flax Mill, Aghadowey, Coleraine, North West Coast Wedding accommodation, anniversaries and birthdays are our speciality Stunning Flax Mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz & all theamenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. A superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting • Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation • Ideal for large parties for holidays, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, wedding accommodation • Huge space of 12,000 sq ft makes the Mill the best value proposition in the countyn • Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings • Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups Tranquil Riverside Setting They flax mill is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious Mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main Mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent Mill building is designated for weddings & corporate events is planned for a later date Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale with its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period Mill features also include the internal Mill race Wall with a glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the Mill Race Tunnel underground connecting the two Mill buildings and gothic style archways, doors & windows. These features plus external stone walls & steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the Mill grounds is unfenced and not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The Mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the Mill can host parties of up to 26 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Family Suites. Each set of rooms has its own character & space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house are the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suites also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the top floor guests. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile Mill. The East Wing Guest Annex has a distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The top floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with the added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local, warm & friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more, providing you have a car. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. The property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed spots around. To the west of the Mill, you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland's greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the Mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian-zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK & the Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the Mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, another must do trip if you are visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk &Transport Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 minutes to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the Mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush and Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The Mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Transport Connections Belfast International Airport 40 miles Belfast City Airport 50 miles Larne Harbour 35 miles Dublin 150 miles Tariffs Please contact us if you have a special requirement, or would like a specific quotation for renting the Mill. All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which are posted on line or available upon request -end of section- North West Coast
house
Excellent
7 reviews
4br house
    This unique property overlooks downhill and benone strand with views of Mussenden temple/castle and Donegal. With picturesque walks around Downhill Castle and gardens located literally on your doorstep. Famous for Games of Thrones which was filmed directly on beach opposite. This spacious 4 bedroom house is nestling in the downhill cove, with its elevated garden overlooking the beach and private parking for up to 4 cars. Downstairs consists of 2 double rooms one with ensuite, 1 twin room and 1 single room with a guest bed if required. The downhill house sleeps 8 comfortable. There is a downstairs toilet and upstairs bathroom. The living room and kitchen is located upstairs to benefit from the magnificent views. The downhill beach is blue flag beach and is manned by life guards directly in front of house from April to September to insure safety for children. Ideal for water sports i.e. surfers, jet skiers and sand surfers. This also would appeal to young families as Benone complex is a mile up the beach with heated outdoor pools and a 9 hole golf course. For the more professional golfer Castlerock, Portrush and Portstewart golf courses are within easy reach. Also a great location for anyone attending the very popular wedding venue at the Temple and gardens as a 5 minute walk
    cottage
    3br cottage
      A modern 5* luxury lodge, available for short breaks most of the year (ask for a quote) and weekly during summer months. It is conveniently situated in the scenic coastal village of Castlerock, which lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty. All amenities, including beach, shops, railway station, restaurants, championship golf course, tennis and play area are all located within a 10 minute walk. Fishing, horse riding, surfing, body boarding and other outdoor pursuits are available nearby. The accommodation sleeps 6 (master bedroom en suite, 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom), all on ground floor level. Travel cots and high chairs available on request. Spacious living room comfortably furnished and equipped with TV, DVD and CD player (a range of books, CDs and DVDs is provided). WiFi for guest use. Utility room and kitchen with dining area are fully equipped. Generous off road parking is provided, plus use of garage. Garden furniture, built-in BBQ and a gas BBQ are available to allow you to relax and enjoy the extensive fully enclosed rear patio. Rental is weekly during some dates during Mid and throughout High Season (Saturday to Saturday only). Short stays, a minimum of 2 nights, subject to availability. Prices from £230 for a 2 night and from £270 for a 3 night stay. Please contact us for short break rates or promotional rates. Something for everyone – stay a while in Castlerock! SHORT STAYS OF 2 NIGHTS OR MORE AVAILABLE EXCEPT FOR JULY AND AUGUST. PLEASE ENQUIRE. Week-End and Mid-Week Breaks available during Low Season and, subject to availability, during Mid Season (June). Email owner for current offers and prices. A Deposit of £100.00 is required to secure bookings. A small % fee is added for payments through Paypal. A Good Housekeeping Deposit of £100.00 is payable on arrival. This is normally refunded in full within a few days of departure provided the property is left as found. Northern Ireland's Scenic North Coast is easily accessible from Carraig Lodge self-catering accommodation in Castlerock. The North Coast area is noted for its outstanding natural beauty and within the Castlerock area there are many scenic walks to enjoy and National Trust sites to explore. You will find Castlerock's unspoilt beach, the River Bann's Barmouth, Hezlett House, Mussenden and Downhill Demesne all within walking distance. Castlerock lies within the Binevenagh Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), which includes the stunning cliffs of Avish, minutes away by car. Dunluce Castle, The Giant's Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Whitepark Bay, Bushmills Distillery, the coastal towns of Portrush and Portstewart (and beautiful Portstewart Strand) are all within easy reach. The Foyle ferry (seasonal) at Magilligan, crossing to Greencastle, Co Donegal, is approximately 15 minutes drive away. Travel from Castlerock railway station on one of the most scenic railway trips in the world, according to Michael Pallin, to Derry/Londonderry. Once there join one of the guided walking tours to explore the city walls, the best example in the UK and one of the best in Europe and learn more about the maiden city. Take a ferry across the Sea of Moyle to Rathlin Island and enjoy its natural beuaty. Explore the rugged landscape, admire the magnificent views and visit the RSPB Seabird Centre. If you want a golfing holiday, you will be spoilt with choice which includes Castlerock Championship Golf Course, Royal Portrush, Roe Valley Park Golf Club, Bushfoot Golf Club, Kilrea Golf Club and Portstewart Golf Club. Local golfing events include Castlerock Golf Club Open Week and 2010 North Coast Links Tournament. There is a range of shops and pubs in the area all close to our self-catering accommodation in Castlerock or, for a wide range of shops, a 10 minute drive will take you to Coleraine. If you want to leave the car behind, there is a railway station a short walk away as well as bus links to neighbouring towns. Crusoes highly acclaimed Castlerock coffee shop on Sea Road is always popular with locals and visitors alike. There are other local eateries to try too or travel further along the coast to some ever popular venues. A modern 5* luxury lodge, available for short breaks most of the year (ask for a quote) and weekly during summer months. It is conveniently situated in the scenic coastal village of Castlerock, which lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty. All amenities, including beach, shops, railway station, restaurants, championship golf course, tennis and play area are all located within a 10 minute walk. Fishing, horse riding, surfing, body boarding and other outdoor pursuits are available nearby. The accommodation sleeps 6 (master bedroom en suite, 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom), all on ground floor level. Travel cots and high chairs available on request. Spacious living room comfortably furnished and equipped with TV, DVD and CD player (a range of books, CDs and DVDs is provided). WiFi for guest use. Utility room and kitchen with dining area are fully equipped. Generous off road parking is provided, plus use of garage. Garden furniture, built-in BBQ and a gas BBQ are available to allow you to relax and enjoy the extensive fully enclosed rear patio. Rental is weekly during Mid and High Season, Saturday to Saturday. Short stays, a minimum of 2 nights, subject to availability. Prices from £230 for a 2 night and from £270 for a 3 night stay. Please contact us for short break rates or promotional rates. Something for everyone – stay a while in Castlerock!
      house
      4br house
      • Pets Allowed
      Tara Lodge, Self Catering Castlerock Certificate of Excellence Trip Advisor 2014 Tara Lodge is an award winning detached, 4 bedroom holiday lodge located on the outskirts of the beautiful rural village of Castlerock, in County Derry/Londonderry, which itself nestles on the shores of a stunning Blue Flag Beach, overlooked by historical Mussenden Temple & Downhill Castle. Tara Lodge has been beautifully furnished and decorated with high quality items, and is simply superb for any party looking for a rural and seaside getaway. Excellent for those golfers wishing to access the best links golf courses on the North Coast. The beautiful modern fixtures and furnishings have been combined with traditional pieces to create a truly luxurious holiday lodge. There is solid wooden flooring and a reclaimed brick inglenook fireplace housing a cosy wood burner in the living room, while the high spec kitchen offers solid oak work surfaces, enhanced by an antique dresser with solid oak worktop. For those coffee connoisseurs there is a De Longhi Espresso Coffee Machine. There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor one with en-suite and a large bathroom with separate shower. Upstairs there are 2 further bedrooms and a beautiful shower room. The upstairs double bedroom also has its own lounge area for relaxing and chilling out. The outside area is perfect for alfresco dining, and the sound of ocean waves will relax you as you allow it to sooth your senses. Curl up in front of the cosy open fire, make the most of the decking areas and enjoy freshly made coffee whilst taking in the fresh sea air. Sure to entice and delight even the most discerning of visitors. Good Housekeeping Deposit of ÂŁ75.00 required. Castlerock, in County Derry/Londonderry, nestles on the shores of a stunning Blue Flag Beach, overlooked by historical Mussenden Temple & Downhill Castle. Tara Lodge is located 10 minutes walk to the beach and local shops. The beach is breath-taking. Its utilised by families for chilling out and for those that are more adventurous with great waves for surfing and body boarding. Watch the dolphins & porpoise along the coastline with many species of birds and more. On the hillside overlooking Castlerock is the famous Mussenden Temple and Downhill Castle, now managed by the National Trust. GOLF The village also boasts the magnificent international links golf course, Castlerock Golf Club, with its 2 challenging courses, rated in the top 100 in UK & ROI, definitely worth a visit. We can provide you with an introduction to the club if you'd like to play. We can also introduce you to expert caddies to make the experience truly enjoyable. TRANSPORT The train also stops in the village giving access to the historical city of Derry in Co Londonderry and to the south Northern Ireland's Capital, Belfast. As well as the train stop, you can also pick up a bus in the village to travel all around the North Coast and more. Michael Palin described the railway line between Derry and Coleraine as “one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world” — and he may just have a point. PARKING There is parking at Tara lodge for 2 cars. LOCAL SHOPS & EATERIES The local village shops include, Butchers, Hairdressers, Crusoe's Coffee Shop, Bakery, Supermarket, Filling Station, Railway Restaurant, Golf Club Restaurant and Bertha's Pub, all within walking distance of Tara Lodge. Eating Out- North Coast The North Coast itself boasts some excellent restaurants and details of all of theses can be found at Tara Lodge including how to get there and taxi service details if you'd prefer not to drive. .
      house
      3br house
        'Our Beach House' Castlerock ('Tourism NI' certified) Self Catering Rental holiday/corporate house,(WIFI) 1 minute beach, simply furnished seaside family retreat (owned by Derry Farm Cottages) - 3 bedrooms,(stair gates) sleeps max.6+cot - one minute walk from beautiful Blue Flag CASTLEROCK BEACH & 5 mins.walk from Castlerock Links Championship Golf Course. Sleeps 6 - 1 king,1twin,1twin+cot), fully equipped house, -kitchen/washing facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi - ideal for relaxing beach holidays/corporate lets. Private parking for 3 cars & large rear garden. Major credit cards & PAYPAL accepted. Any Day Check-In - (except July & Aug.-Sat to Sat. ). OPEN ALL YEAR 5 mins to tennis courts,children's playpark, train station,. Nearby is Coleraine (Marina), Portstewart, Royal Portrush Golf Club -British Open 2019, (golf & surfing beach), Giant's Causeway and Coastal Route & Glens on the Antrim Coast. Rory McIlroy, Darren Clarke, Graeme Mc Dowell have played golf here frequently.(4 excellent golf courses nearby). 'CORPORATE and VACATION visitors all very welcome .Open All Year. Ideal quiet base for Corporate employees with complimentary wi-fi available. Easy access to the tourist routes and Belfast and Derry Airports (one hour). Excellent rail links to Belfast & Derry~Londonderry from Castlerock Station. Welcome Pack on arrival. We aim to provide a professional service for our travellers and to ensure that their stay with us is both enjoyable and memorable. This house is ideal for guests who love beach 'bucket & spade' /surfing / golfing holidays - staying in a simple relaxing 'no fuss' family friendly beach house. (Please kindly note :- this house sleeps max. 6 guests(+cot) only - and large gatherings / parties /and pets are not permitted.) This house is so close to the beach that guests do not have to cross the railway line to get to the beach. Castlerock's coastal scenic location also appeals to golfers, bikers, walkers, cyclists, artists, surfers, sailors. Famous local places to visit include the adjacent famous 'Mussenden Temple'- ('Dragonstone'- Game of Thrones),The Giants Causeway, Bushmills Distillery, and Dunluce Castle with many excellent shops restaurants and wine bars available for all tastes in the area. Castlerock is the ideal base to stay should you also wish to visit Co.Donegal - nearby is the Magilligan to Greencastle Car Ferry (Inishowen) which runs frequently and is situated 5 miles from Castlerock. Take the ferry over to golf at Ballyliffin Golf Course -designed by Nick Faldo. The seaside village of Castlerock is adjacent to the historic National Trust property of Downhill where the Mussenden Temple is located. Castlerock has a renowned Links Championship Golf Course with the other famous Links courses of Royal Portrush and Portstewart nearby. The entire area has marvellous sandy beaches suitable for bathing, various water sports - especially fishing and excellent surfing at Portrush. Castlerock is a quiet seaside village which appeals to discerning tourists yet is ideally situated for touring and many other activities. NB. NIGHTLY AND WEEKLY TARIFFS VARY DEPENDING ON SEASON / EVENTS / HOLIDAYS etc. PRICES / TARIFFS SHOWN ARE THE MINIMUM RATES. PLEASE CONTACT THE OWNER FOR THE COMPLETE RANGE OF TARIFFS / DURATIONS OF STAY/ EVENTS Any Day Check -In.(During July & August and Easter from Sat - Sat only ) Tourism Northern Ireland certified Major credit Cards accepted Tariff includes bed linen supplied, oil central heating & electricity( reasonable usage) , complimentary WI-Fi, Flat screen TV. (No hidden extras) Longer and shorter durations of vacations permitted. Corporate & Holiday guests. Minimum stay is 6 nights upwards. (Weekends Fri/Sat/Sun 3 nights). During July & August only weekly Sat to Sat bookings accepted Please check with Owner for Rates for Various Durations of Stay and Complete Rate Information. Open all Year.- Prices vary depending on season. ÂŁ100 GBPmin. booking deposit payable when booking - refundable after departure as per terms and conditions. Full tariff due 4 weeks prior to date of arrival. Please note :- House sleeps max of 6 persons only. Large gatherings / parties/ pets not permitted. Castlerock (UK PostCode BT51 4RA) is situated 15 minutes from Coleraine, 30 minutes from Portstewart, 35 minutes from Portrush (ROYAL PORTRUSH GOLF CLUB) AIRPORTS:-1 hour from Belfast International Airport, 70 minutes Belfast City Airport, 45 minutes from City of Derry Airport. FERRY : Larne or Belfast TRAIN STATION at Castlerock - direct links to Derry~Londonderry, Belfast . Change at Coleraine to travel to Portrush. DIRECTIONS 'Mussenden' - Castlerock (UK PostCode BT51 4TH Northern Ireland, United Kingdom) Drive down Sea Road to Castlerock. At Sea Road roundabout turn left along Castle Walk. Turn left at junction of Castle Walk & Freehall Road. Turn 1st right Norwell Park. Turn 1st right Sea Park. Seapark is a very quiet residential park of private houses, very close to the wonderful beach - approx. 3 minutes walking to the beach and tennis courts. It is 5 mins walking to the train station, and local shops. Castlerock is the ideal location for a beach holiday with children as there are no amusement arcades/ slot machines etc. Also excellent base for golfers due the excellent Castlerock links course. Our property is an ideal base for corporate guests working in the area and also for painters, authors, walkers, cyclists, etc
        apt. / condo
        Good
        6 reviews
        2br apt. / condo
          This duplex seafront apartment has sea views of Portstewart and County Donegal. The accommodation consists of a large entrance hall leading to a fully equipped kitchen and dining area, with seating for six. The master bedroom is also on the ground floor with separate en-suite. The first floor comprises of living area with electric coal effect fire and seaview. The second bedroom sleeps three. The bathroom consists of bath, telephone shower, toilet and wash hand basin. Property also known as the beach hut and 13 oceanview 13 ocean view A relaxing location with awesome views .oceanviewcastlerock
          house
          Excellent
          17 reviews
          3br house
          • Pets Allowed
          This house was constructed 17 years ago and remains in excellent order. It has been a cherished family holiday home for this time and is only just recently on the rental market. Most pets are welcome as long as owners take full responsibility for any damage inside or outside the property. ** FREE WiFi ** ** Pets welcome ** From the front, there is adequate parking for 4 cars in a very quiet cul-de-sac. Absolutely ideal for children. The beach is only 10 minutes walk away and can be seen from the upstairs bedrooms. For those children adventurous enough to try a bit of body boarding, there is a selection of wetsuits in the utility kitchen. Other local attractions well worth a visit are Mussenden Temple (20 mins walk from house), Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope bridge, Bushmills Distillary and the rest of the stunning Antrim coastline. All this within a 20-mile drive!! The minimum stay is 2 nights @ £75/night. 3 nights or more @ £65/night. 1 week @ £350/week ** For the summer period, bookings are on a weekly basis from Saturday to Saturday, arrival after 3pm and departing before 11am. Cost is £450 ** Arrival and departure times are totally flexible, unless there are bookings either side then it is arrival after 3pm and/or departure before 11am. Local butchers, bakers, hairdressers, cafe, general shop, off license,chippy and several pubs all within a 10 minute leisurely walk. Family friendly home, convenient and quiet, walk-able to beach, shops or golf, excellent walks and cycle tracks and drivable to all of the North Coast attractions. Shed to rear for bikes, wet-suits etc. Pets welcome..
          bungalow
          Excellent
          1 review
          3br bungalow
            Carraig Lodge self-catering accommodation has been fitted and furnished with the comfort of our guests in mind and with the aim of making it a home from home. We hope that you will find all you need here and more. The holiday home is double glazed and centrally heated throughout, so it is suitable for use all year round. There is a coal effect gas fire fitted in the living room fireplace, providing the look and comfort of a coal fire without the mess. Our holiday rental has 3 bedrooms (1 twin, 1 double and 1 double en suite), accommodating up to 6 guests. Travel cots and high chairs are available on request. The spacious living room is comfortably furnished and the kitchen/dining area exceedingly well-equipped. The main bathroom has a bath, a separate electric shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. All rooms are on ground floor level. Wifi is available throughout. There is a fully enclosed extensive patio area to the rear with patio furniture, gas BBQ, and sun loungers - ideal for BBQs and dining al fresco or just relaxing. Located just off the main road into the village, it is a short walk or a couple of minutes by car to the shops, beach, golf club, railway station, tennis courts or children's recreation area. The surrounding area provides a wide variety of woodland, beach and coastal walks, while a car journey allows you to enjoy the simply stunning scenery in the area. The Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Distillery, Derry's City Walls and Co Donegal are all easily accessible. We hope that Carraig Lodge can provide you with the environment you need to enjoy your holiday to the maximum! SHORT STAYS OF 2 NIGHTS OR MORE AVAILABLE EXCEPT FOR JULY AND AUGUST. PLEASE ENQUIRE. Week-End and Mid-Week Breaks available during Low Season and, subject to availability, during Mid Season (June). Email owner for current offers and prices. Rental is weekly, Saturday to Saturday during late May, June, July, August and early September. Rental is weekly, Saturday to Saturday only, during NW200 (start day Saturday or Sunday), June, July and August. Short Breaks available during Low Season. Minimum stay 2 nights. Lower daily rates for stays exceeding 2 nights. We accept payment by: Cheque Credit transfer Paypal (any fees applied will be passed on) Castlerock, a quiet seaside resort with glorious sandy beaches, lies within Binevenagh Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of recreational activity including walking, cycling, swimming, orienteering, angling and gliding, surfing, horse riding, bird watching. There are scenic local walks to enjoy, whether coastal or rural, some of which include part of the Ulster Way. For Golfers, Castlerock Golf Course is a fabulous links course, set among rolling sand dunes, while the Championship Mussenden Course and the 9-hole Bann Course include what has been described as "one of the most scenic holes in Irish golf." One of the most popular attractions hosted in the North Coast area is the NW200, held in May each year and attracting worldwide visitors. The North West also plays host to the Milk Cup during the summer months, attracting youth football teams from around the world. There are a number of National Trust Properties in the area both within walking distance and slightly further afield. These include: Hezlett House, a 17th century thatched house of structural interest, and a farmyard (seasonal opening applies), Downhill Estate and Mussenden Temple, with its historic buildings, countryside and coastline walks and garden. Across the road from the estate you will find the Bishop's Wood, offering woodland walks around the lake and waterfalls. The famous geographical phenomenon on the North Antrim Coast, the Giant's Causeway continues to be a tourist magnet and a Visitors' Centre. A bus is available onsite for less able passengers where passengers may be treated to some local folk lore. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, a coastline walk, culminating in a walk across the rope bridge that connects the cliffs to Rock Island. You will also find the dramatic ruins of Dunluce Castle, frequently used for fiming: and pretty villages such as Portballintrae. Ballintoy Harbour lies nestled at the bottom of cliffs, as does Port Bradden. See the unspoilt White Park Bay and visit the White Rocks. Follow the Causeway Coastal route or check out the Causeway Coast and Glens itineraries. There is also information available on local film locations used for The Game of Thrones which include Downhill Strand, The Giant's Causeway and The Dark Hedges. The Roe Valley Country Park, Limavady boasts Ulster's first domestic hydro-electric power station (opened in 1896). The Northern section of the park is open from the Visitor Centre to the Roe Valley Resort Hotel. All forest areas are open Enjoy a day trip to Rathlin Island, the most northerly point of Northern Ireland by taking the ferry from Ballycastle. Tour the unspoilt environment of the island which is renowned for its wildlife and visit the RSPB Seabird Centre. Visit the Bushmills Distillery and take a tour around the world's oldest licensed whisky distillery, where Irish Malt Whisky has been legally produced since 1608. Entertainment for children of all ages can be found at the nearby Jet Centre at Riverside, Coleraine, at Benone Tourist Comples and the Dunluce Centre, Portrush. Do not believe for one minute that the attractions of the Causeway Coast begin and end with the Giant's Causeway and the Bushmills Distillery. These are just the tip of the iceberg, the beginning but far from the end. Please don't simply dip your toes in the water. Immerse yourself in the area and allow time to see all that this beautiful area has to offer. Seeing is believing‌.. Carraig Lodge is a modern luxury 5* (NITB Certified) 3-bedroomed self-catering accommodation, set in its own grounds. Located in the quiet coastal village of Castlerock, its wide appeal should make it the perfect holiday home for everyone, from families to golfers. Carraig Lodge, a charming detached holiday rental, set in its own grounds and with an enclosed rear garden.
            cottage
            2br cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            Kings Country Cottages are set in a tranquil rural location. They have been awarded 3 stars by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. The Cottages are within easy access to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the North Coast, Benone, Castlerock, Portstewart and Portrush. We are in a central location between the beautiful Roe Valley and all the attractions of the Causeway Coastal Route, only five minutes drive from Castlerock and Coleraine. All seven self-catering cottages are Northern Ireland Tourist Board approved and sleep from four to twelve people. Check out our website : (website: hidden) or find us on facebook. Dunluce Castle, Mussenden Temple, the Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Whiskey Distillery are all within easy reach of Coleraine and the North Coast's main resorts Portrush and Portstewart. The International North West 200 Motorcycle Road Race and the NI International Air Show are two of the area's top events! A wide range of accommodation, restaurantsand cosy traditional pubs are waiting to welcome you to an area of breathtaking scenery, award-winning Blue Flag beaches and numerous places to visit. The Cottages are within easy access to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the North Coast, Benone, Castlerock, Portstewart and Portrush. We are in a central location between the beautiful Roe Valley and all the attractions of the Causeway Coastal Route This house has a king size bed
            cottage
            3br cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            Kings Country Cottages are set in a tranquil rural location. They have been awarded 3 stars by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. The Cottages are within easy access to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the North Coast, Benone, Castlerock, Portstewart and Portrush. We are in a central location between the beautiful Roe Valley and all the attractions of the Causeway Coastal Route, only five minutes drive from Castlerock and Coleraine. All seven self-catering cottages are Northern Ireland Tourist Board approved and sleep from four to twelve people. Seven well equipped adjoining cottages, all NITB inspected and approved, in a quiet farmyard setting with continuous supervision. Sleeping 4/5/6 or 8 or 12 persons sharing Facilities include all of the following: •Central heating •Fully equipped kitchen with laundry facilities and all linen is provided •Freesat television and DVD player •Free Wi-Fi •Secure parking During the summer months, the cottages are rented on a weekly basis only, Saturday to Saturday. Dunluce Castle, Mussenden Temple, the Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Whiskey Distillery are all within easy reach of Coleraine and the North Coast's main resorts Portrush and Portstewart. The International North West 200 Motorcycle Road Race and the NI International Air Show are two of the area's top events! A wide range of accommodation, restaurantsand cosy traditional pubs are waiting to welcome you to an area of breathtaking scenery, award-winning Blue Flag beaches and numerous places to visit. The Property is well furnished with central heating, electric showers, microwaves, electric cookers, Free-sat tv and Free Wi-Fi Rate includes linen and hand towels. A picnic / barbeque area with outdoor family games is available on-site. Pets are welcome. 3 cottages have secure enclosed gardens. On-site taxi service available/airport pick up.
            cottage
            2br cottage
            • Pets Allowed
            Kings Country Cottages are set in a tranquil rural location. They have been awarded 3 stars by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board. The Cottages are within easy access to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the North Coast, Benone, Castlerock, Portstewart and Portrush. We are in a central location between the beautiful Roe Valley and all the attractions of the Causeway Coastal Route, only five minutes drive from Castlerock and Coleraine. All seven self-catering cottages are Northern Ireland Tourist Board approved and sleep from four to twelve people. McGuigans is a two bedroom bungalow with an enclosed garden to the rear with a one meter high fence. This house is suitable for disabled guests. Each bedroom has a double bed and a single bed. The kitchen and living room are open plan. The bathroom has a wc, wash hand basin and a shower, but no bath. During July and August, the cottages are rented on a weekly basis only, Saturday to Saturday. Dunluce Castle, Mussenden Temple, the Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Whiskey Distillery are all within easy reach of Coleraine and the North Coast's main resorts Portrush and Portstewart. The International North West 200 Motorcycle Road Race and the NI International Air Show are two of the area's top events! A wide range of accommodation, restaurantsand cosy traditional pubs are waiting to welcome you to an area of breathtaking scenery, award-winning Blue Flag beaches and numerous places to visit. The Property is well furnished with central heating, electric showers, microwaves, electric cookers, Free-sat tv and Free Wi-Fi Rate includes linen and hand towels. A picnic / barbeque area with outdoor family games is available on-site. Pets are welcome. 3 cottages have secure enclosed gardens. On-site taxi service available/airport pick up.
            apt. / condo
            Good
            4 reviews
            2br apt. / condo
              The Golden Sands Villa is situated between Coleraine and Limavady just off the Seacoast Road and is within a five minute walk from Benone's Blue Flag Beach and Holiday Complex. Benone Beach stretches for over 7 miles from Downhill westwards to where it meets Magilligan Point at the mouth of Lough Foyle and forms part of one of Ireland's longest beaches. Benone Beach, a Blue Flag award winning beach, is popular throughout the year for a variety of outdoor activities and events with great views along the North Coast, to Inishowen in Donegal and to Scotland. Breathe the 'Danny Boy' Air and take in The Local Danny Boy Festival in the home town of the famous song. Jane Ross, who wrote down the Air to the World famous song, lived just a few miles away in Limavady town. Other local annual festivals include The Limavady Jazz & Blues Festival and the Roe Valley Folk Festival. This superb self-catering apartment is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty and can sleep up to six people. The local Pub and Restaurant are within walking distance as well as other Pubs and Restaurants within a ten minute drive. The area offers tremendous amenities with seven miles of beach, a Multiplex Cinema and Bowling Alley, two Leisure Centres, Outdoor Pursuits, Pony Trekking, Two Golf Courses, Gliding Club, Forest walks, Roe Valley Country Park, Hezlett House, Downhill Castle and Gardens, Mussenden Temple and the Lough Foyle Ferry to Greencastle Co Donegal all within a ten mile radius. This is an ideal base for attending the World Famous N.W, 200 Motorcycle Road Races and the popular Milk Cup Football Tournament or exploring the Northwest and Donegal areas. Giants Causeway Known As The 8th Natural Wonder Of World, The Giant's Causeway, A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Is An Amazing Natural Formation Of Basalt Columns. This Evocative Coastline Is Enshrined In Local Mythology With Tales Of The Giant Finn MacCool, All Of Which Can Be Explored At The Causeway Visitors Centre. Binevenagh Lake Binevenagh Lake Is Situated In A Picturesque Cliff-Top Location Surrounded By Forests And Woodland With A Breathtaking Mountain Top View Overlooking The Blue Flag Beach Benone Strand And Across The Bay At The Magical Beauty Of The Hills Of Donegal. Rainbow Trout Fishing By Permit Only, Available Locally, Includes Disability Access. £450: High Season only weekly (Saturday-Saturday)(01/07/2014 - 31/08/2014) £450: High Season prices apply to all Bank Holidays including Christmas £350: Low Season only weekly (01/09/2014 - 30/06/2015) £200: Low Season 3 or more nights available (01/09/2014 - 30/06/2015) NO SMOKING INDOORS Small animals/pets allowed by arrangement Golden Sands Villa Rooms Fully fitted kitchen Dining and living area 1 Bedroom 2 double beds 1 Bedroom 2 single beds Wetroom Spacious airing cupboard via hotpress Golden Sands Villa Facilities Parking space Shared Garden Full Central heating Electric Shower Washing Machine Electric oven and hob Fridge Freezer Microwave 42" Plasma TV CD,DVD and Video recorder Garden Furniture Books and Games Iron and Ironing Board Bedding and Towels Cot available on request Welcome pack on arrival including homemade buns, wine and few essentials Any damages will have to be charged for. Point of Interest Look out for seals, porpoises and bird life Route Description Park at entrance to Benone Strand (or on beach if area is busy), continue eastwards along beach with views to Downhill and Mussenden. Retrace your steps to Benone for a longer walk. Dog walkers please note seasonal dog free zone May - Sept. Boardwalks in duneland may be used for dog walking to reach open beach. here is a military firing range to west of beach entrance which has restricted access. Be aware of various acitvities on the beach such as shore angling, kiting, horses etc throughout the year. All outdoor facilities are made available by The Benone Complex and Caravan Parks, 2 minute walk away.
              house
              Excellent
              116 reviews
              4br house
                Winner of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board Award 2013 & Winner of Trip Advisors Certificate of Excellent 2014 Tara Lodge is an award winning detached, 1800sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, holiday lodge located on the outskirts of the beautiful rural village of Castlerock, in County Derry/Londonderry, which itself nestles on the shores of a stunning Blue Flag Beach, overlooked by historical Mussenden Temple & Downhill Castle. Tara Lodge has been beautifully furnished and decorated with high quality items, and is simply superb for any party looking for a rural and seaside getaway. Excellent for those golfers wishing to access the best links golf courses on the North Coast, Castlerock, Royal Portrush & Portstewart Golf Clubs, all within 20 miles. The beautiful modern fixtures and furnishings have been combined with traditional pieces to create a truly luxurious holiday lodge. There is solid wooden flooring and a reclaimed brick inglenook fireplace housing a cosy wood burner in the living room, while the high spec kitchen offers solid oak work surfaces, enhanced by an antique dresser with solid oak worktop. For those coffee connoisseurs there is a DeLonghi Espresso Coffee Machine. There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor one with ensuite and then a large bathroom with separate shower. Upstairs there are 2 further bedrooms and a beautiful shower room. The upstairs double bedroom also has its own lounge area for relaxing and chilling out. The outside area is perfect for alfresco dining, and the sound of ocean waves will relax you as you allow it to sooth your senses. Curl up in front of the cosy open fire, make the most of the decking areas and enjoy freshly made coffee whilst taking in the fresh sea air. Stroll down to the amazing beach, overlooking Donegal, Inishowen Peninsula, watch the dolphins & porpoise enjoying the fresh Atlantic waves and then wander up the hillside to the breath-taking Mussenden Temple. Castlerock is sure to entice and delight even the most discerning of visitors. Within the heart of the village is the train station giving easy access to Belfast, Dublin & Londonderry/Derry, there's also a local bus service providing pick up and drop off in the village too. About half an hours drive to Magilligan Point with access to Foyle Ferry to Donegal, Inishowen Peninsula. You will be required to pay a ÂŁ75 Good Housekeeping Deposit. This is refundable 2 weeks after departure in line with Booking Conditions. Detached, 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom Lodge, sleeps 8. 10 minutes walk to beautiful beach & Championship Golf Course. Train halt in the village with access to Belfast & Derry/Londonderry. About 40 minutes drive to Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle & Bushmills Distillery. Castlerock is on N.Ireland's historical North Coast, excellent for all water sports, golf, walking & more.
                watermill
                6br watermill
                • Pets Allowed
                The Old Flax Mill Stunning Flax Mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz & all the amenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. A superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting • Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation • Ideal for large parties for holidays, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, wedding accommodation • Huge space of 12,000 sq ft makes the Mill the best value proposition in the county • Sleeps 20 on regular bookings, sleeps up to 28 for special occasions on conversion • Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings • Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups • Exclusive use of all Mill facilities & grounds when booking for parties of 12+ • Advertised headline rate is for 10 people based 5 rooms sharing. otherwise just ask we with tailor a quote to your needs. Tranquil Riverside Setting They flax mill is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious Mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main Mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent Mill building is designated for weddings & corporate events is planned for a later date Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale with its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period Mill features also include the internal Mill race Wall with a glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the Mill Race Tunnel underground connecting the two Mill buildings and gothic style archways, doors & windows. These features plus external stone walls & steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the Mill grounds is unfenced and not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The Mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the Mill can host parties of up to 26 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Family Suites. Each set of rooms has its own character & space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house are the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suites also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the top floor guests. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile Mill. The East Wing Guest Annex has a distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The top floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with the added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local, warm & friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more, providing you have a car. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. The property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed spots around. To the west of the Mill, you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland's greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the Mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian-zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK & the Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the Mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, another must do trip if you are visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk &Transport Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 minutes to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the Mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush and Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The Mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Transport Connections Belfast International Airport 40 miles Belfast City Airport 50 miles Larne Harbour 35 miles Dublin 150 miles Tariffs Please contact us if you have a special requirement, or would like a specific quotation for renting the Mill. All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which are posted on line or available upon request -end of section- Tailored packages available on request. We would hope to be able to meet most of your requirements but we usually offer minimum of 5 nights unless it is a large group Larger longer block bookings receive lower rates. Parties of ten or more can have exclusive guest use of the Old Flax Mill The Mill is ten minutes drive from Coleraine Coleraine is the largest and main town on the Causeway Coast with a population of 24,089. Situated on the banks of the River Bann, Coleraine has an attractive pedestrian town centre with award winning floral displays. Soaked in history, charm and character, the town offers a unique mix of old and new with first class shopping, historic buildings and several parks ideal for families. Follow the Walking Heritage Trail round the old 17th Century Plantation town. Situated on Ireland's beautiful North Coast, Coleraine is home to the excavated Mountsandel site, the location of the first known human settlement in Ireland and is of great historical significance within the history of Ireland. The site can be found on the east bank of the River Bann, upon which the town of Coleraine lies. As a 17th century plantation town, Coleraine boasts a Walking Heritage Trail, 'Around the Ramparts' Coleraine today is bustling university town which now offers every amenity and top-class shopping as well as fantastic recreational activities. As the largest town on the Causeway Coast, Coleraine is just a few miles away from the popular seaside towns of Portrush and Portstewart and of course, the awe-inspiring Giant's Causeway – the top tourist attraction in Ireland in 2004
                manor house
                6br manor house
                  Bellisle House is our Tranquil Country House Retreat, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The house is perfect for families or a group of friends. Minimum Stay is 2 nights! ALL Bookings at the Owners Discretion!! Over 25's! We have 6 double bedrooms (5 of which are ensuite) all with beautiful views of the local countryside and beyond. The house benefits from a recent renovation and complete refurbishment. On the ground floor there are 3 large reception rooms and a stunning dining area which is flanked by floor to ceiling windows giving uninterrupted views of the gardens and countryside. The open plan kitchen is exceptional, fully equipped and suitable for large parties. The house is suitable for wheelchair access as two of the double bedrooms are housed in the annex on the ground floor, one has 2 double beds, suitable as a family bedroom. The annex has it's own entrance which makes it suitable for guests with mobility requirements.There is an additional shower room and a separate downstairs toilet. The dining area opens onto two private sun patios, with BBQ, Hot Tub and outdoor furniture. Check in at 4pm - Check out at 11.00am An added bonus to your stay is the on site day spa. Guests staying at the house, may receive a discount on treatments, please ask? Please note that booking in advance is essential, especially at weekends. Please note: Christmas, New Year, Easter, Golfing weeks, Bank Holidays, the month of September and the North West 200 are rated as High Season. While we endeavour to be as flexible as possible with check-in and check-out times, we would appreciate an indication of arrival and departure as we are a family run business with young children and do not live on-site.
                  watermill
                  3br watermill
                  • Pets Allowed
                  The Old Flax Mill Stunning Flax Mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz & all the amenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. A superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting • Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation • Ideal for large parties for holidays, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, wedding accommodation • Huge space of 12,000 sq ft makes the Mill the best value proposition in the county • Sleeps 20 on regular bookings, sleeps up to 28 for special occasions on conversion • Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings • Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups • Exclusive use of all Mill facilities & grounds when booking for parties of 12+ • Advertised headline rate is for 10 people based 5 rooms sharing. otherwise just ask we with tailor a quote to your needs. Tranquil Riverside Setting They flax mill is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious Mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main Mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent Mill building is designated for weddings & corporate events is planned for a later date Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale with its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period Mill features also include the internal Mill race Wall with a glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the Mill Race Tunnel underground connecting the two Mill buildings and gothic style archways, doors & windows. These features plus external stone walls & steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the Mill grounds is unfenced and not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The Mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the Mill can host parties of up to 26 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Family Suites. Each set of rooms has its own character & space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house are the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suites also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the top floor guests. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile Mill. The East Wing Guest Annex has a distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The top floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with the added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local, warm & friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more, providing you have a car. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. The property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed spots around. To the west of the Mill, you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland's greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the Mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian-zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK & the Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the Mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, another must do trip if you are visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk &Transport Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 minutes to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the Mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush and Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The Mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Transport Connections Belfast International Airport 40 miles Belfast City Airport 50 miles Larne Harbour 35 miles Dublin 150 miles Tariffs Please contact us if you have a special requirement, or would like a specific quotation for renting the Mill. All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which are posted on line or available upon request -end of section- Northern Ireland - Golf Capital of The World Playing a Northern Ireland links course is an experience like no other. That edge of the world feeling, with nothing between you and Iceland but a thousand miles of Atlantic surf, a bracing wind that can turn from ally to adversary in a second, and immense sand dunes hiding all manner of pitfalls and possibilities. No wonder then that the North Coast's finest links courses are well regarded and held in such high esteem across the world of international golf. Royal Portrush has hosted many elite international events such as the British Seniors Open, the British Open and more recently the 2012 Irish Open. Play any of the courses and you'll soon discover why Northern Ireland has produced so many world class golfers including David Feherty, the late, great Fred Daly, Graeme McDowell, Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke. With the challenging course layouts, the unpredictable conditions and the gnarling North Atlantic winds, links golf on the North Coast is a stern test of both ability and endurance. the flax mill is a short drive from all these links and parkland golf courses and is the ideal base for your golfing holiday. Royal Portrush Golf Course - Home of The Champions As you walk in the footsteps of Arnold Palmer and Gary Player, feel the spray of sea on your face and imagine the roar of the gallery, its easy to see why so many of golf's great players have enjoyed the magnificent Championship Links at Royal Portrush. • 18 Hole Dunluce Links Course, 6818 yd. Par 72 • 18 Hole Valley Links Course, 6273 yd. Par 70 Portstewart Golf Course For the travelling Golfer it's a must, with classic links and towering sand dunes complimented by stunning views across the bay to the Donegal Hills. A true Championship links course with fast greens in excellent condition all year round. • 18 Hole Strand Course, 6895 yd. Par 72 • 18 Hole Links Course, 5725 yd. Par 68 • 18 Hole 'Old' Links Course, 4,733 yd. Par 64 Castlerock Golf Course Set among rolling sand dunes, enjoying views of the River Bann flowing out to the Atlantic. On a clear day you can see as far as Scotland and the Isle of Islay, as well as eye catching views of Donegal. • 18 Hole Mussenden Links Course, 6747 yd. Par 73 • 9 Hole Bann Links Course, 5876 yd. Par 70 (18 Holes) Gracehill Golf Course Gracehill Golf Course is considered to be one of the top 18 hole parkland courses in Ulster, if not all Ireland. Nestling in beautiful parkland outside the village of Stranocum near Ballymoney. It offers golfers the opportunity to sample American style water hazards as well as bringing many mature trees into play. Bushfoot Golf Course • 9 Hole Links Course, 6001 yd. Par 70 (18 Holes)
                  resort
                  9br resort
                  • Pets Allowed
                  The Old Flax Mill Stunning Flax Mill conversion dating from 1786 sitting in a shallow tranquil valley in the townland of Collins, Aghadowey Parish, just five minutes drive from the buzz & all theamenities of Coleraine Riverside Centre. A superb base for touring Northern Ireland & a character tourist stay in its own right in a private riverside setting • Comfortable, affordable, self catering, riverside accommodation • Ideal for large parties for holidays, birthdays, anniversary celebrations, wedding accommodation • Huge space of 12,000 sq ft makes the Mill the best value proposition in the county • Sleeps 20 on regular bookings, sleeps up to 28 for special occasions on conversion • Five lounges on three levels for party gatherings • Our specialty & best room rates are for longer stays for larger groups • Exclusive use of all Mill facilities & grounds when booking for parties of 12+ • Advertised headline rate is for 10 people based 5 rooms sharing. otherwise just ask we with tailor a quote to your needs. Tranquil Riverside Setting They flax mill is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with easy access to the many historic towns and excellent restaurants of the North West. It's just 15 miles from Portstewart and/or Portrush and 16 miles to Bushmills and 25 miles west to Londonderry. This spacious Mill conversion boasts 12,000 square feet of high quality accommodation and common facilities in the main Mill building alone. A further 6,000 square foot in an adjacent Mill building is designated for weddings & corporate events is planned for a later date Unique Charm of the Mill The Flax Mill manages to combine the wow factor of its setting, size, scale with its old features such as wooden beams & reclaimed wooden floors. Its charming period Mill features also include the internal Mill race Wall with a glass viewing pane from one of the guest annex rooms, the Mill Race Tunnel underground connecting the two Mill buildings and gothic style archways, doors & windows. These features plus external stone walls & steps down to the river in the grounds complement luxury living accommodation in a secure, peaceful setting. Mill Grounds & Riverside Environment Bounded on one flank by the River Rhee and situated in a quiet gentle valley by landscaped stepped slopes down to the river, the Flax Mill offers serene views of the surrounding farmland. From the grounds of the property, the tranquillity is broken only by the roar of the River Rhee after overnight rain. The Rhee flows from uplands to the west to the River Bann a few miles further downstream. Fishing rights are available via the Honourable Irish Society. NB The length of river in the Mill grounds is unfenced and not suitable for children unless strictly supervised Accommodation Set Up The Mill has a welcoming mixture of traditional furnishings & decoration in the common areas with a more contemporary look of the nine bedrooms of accommodation which are available for lease in different permutations depending on the size of your group. In its entirety, the Mill can host parties of up to 26 persons but can be hired out in smaller packages, namely the Collins East Wing Annex & the master bedroom Wilson Suite or the Top Floor Family Suites. Each set of rooms has its own character & space. Let us know how many persons you wish to book in and the makeup of your party, i.e. the ages of your children or simply state how many rooms you require. Layout of the Mill Facilities The hub of the house are the large lounges either side of the central entrance lobby. The focus downstairs is on space to relax and meet fellow guests in the three ground floor lounges while upstairs, the emphasis is on the comforts of luxury accommodation & privacy. There a further mezzanine gallery Library & Map Room on the first floor with views over to the river while the Top Floor Suites also comes with its own lounge for the exclusive use of the top floor guests. In addition, we have set aside one ground floor bedroom with adjacent shower facilities for the less well abled. Mill Interiors If you love contemporary interiors and spacious living areas, this is the place for you! The beamed ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and stone wall surrounds add to the character of this former working textile Mill. The East Wing Guest Annex has a distinct feel to it with gothic windows & doorways through much of this side of the old building. Leather sofas and warming wood stoves in the lounges provide relaxing and spacious rooms for large parties to gather. Catering & Kitchens For those that need early morning coffee and/or a drink, we have kettles and minibars in those six bedrooms with ensuite bathroom facilities. The top floor suite of rooms also has a kitchenette/breakfast bar which can also serve for light meals and has a large dining room adjacent. For those that want to test their gastronomy skills, there is a large well equipped kitchen on the ground floor with the added feature of a spectacular monastic stone table from which to eat your meals. Shopping for provisions is very close by as are some local, warm & friendly down-to-earth restaurants should you wish to eat out. Prime Tourism Location; Causeway Coast & much much more The local area is quiet and relaxing as a destination in its own right but if you want to venture out, tourist attractions abound with enough attractions to keep visitors busy for a fortnight or more, providing you have a car. The Flax Mill is centrally placed, close to the boundaries of Counties Antrim & Londonderry, making it ideal for trips to world famous UNESCO listed Giant's Causeway & Bushmills Irish Whiskey Distillery to the east which are 'must do' stops on any tour of Ireland. The property is also close to the busy seaside resorts of Portrush, Portstewart, Portbalintray & Ballycastle, giving you a huge choice to dine and/or entertain the family. The location filming of Game of Thrones TV series has added to the tourist interest in the area with the Dark Hedges being one of the most photographed spots around. To the west of the Mill, you may wish to try some of Northern Ireland's greatest natural & cultural treasures – the National Trust Properties of Downhill, Mussenden Temple, Benone Beach, Limavady, Castlerock and the historic, legendary City of Londonderry. Further west still, excursions to the Republic of Ireland's beautifully rugged County Donegal can be reached on longer summer day trips with a ferry trips across Lough Foyle shortening the route. Summertime Beaches Galore A 20 minute drive takes you to the National Trust-run huge and impressive strand of Portstewart Beach which has received numerous awards for its cleanliness & natural beauty. White Park Bay Beach, Portrush East & West Strands, Portstewart, Castlerock Beaches, amongst many others, give you a huge array of choice for family entertainment in the summer months with car parking generally proximate to the beaches and sometimes on the beach itself. Local Shopping Convenience stores are dotted around the approaches to the Mill while a five minute drive to the mall-style Riverside Shopping Centre gives easy access for bigger shopping needs. The historic Plantation town of Coleraine, the other side of the River Bann affords a further choice of outlets in a more traditional shopping environment with relaxing pedestrian-zoned areas. Titanic Quarter & Belfast For visitors from overseas, mainland UK & the Republic of Ireland on longer stays, the Mill can also serve as a base for the attractions of Belfast, the capital City of Northern Ireland. Previous guests of the Mill have travelled on day trips to Titanic Quarter, another must do trip if you are visiting N. Ireland which has no less than three separate Titanic exhibitions with the Ulster Folk &Transport Museum hosting a fourth Titanic memorabilia exhibition a further 15 minutes to the east at Cultra, County Down. Golf, Hiking Outdoor & Pursuits This area is a golfers' paradise with more than top 25 courses within a 30 min drive from the Mill. Proximity to world class golf courses such Royal Portrush and Portstewart make this a perfect base for golfers and their families. The Mill itself has previously hosted participants in the Galgorm Manor Pro-Am Tournament in 2014. For those seeking a more active holiday and wishing to explore the countryside, the immediate area is one of tranquil beauty with upland woodland and pine forest ideal for those who plan a getaway with their dogs. The legendary walks of the Glens of Antrim can be explored on a day trip. The glorious River Bann, to which the Mill's own River Rhee flows, has well signed jetties with access and car parking for the official scenic Canoe Trail. Transport Connections Belfast International Airport 40 miles Belfast City Airport 50 miles Larne Harbour 35 miles Dublin 150 miles Tariffs Please contact us if you have a special requirement, or would like a specific quotation for renting the Mill. All bookings are subject to our Terms & Conditions which are posted on line or available upon request -end of section- Very rural with quick access to Coleraine and ring road to Portrush, Portstewart, Castlerock and their beaches and golf courses
                  Bedroom
                  Bedroom
                  • Wifi
                  • Breakfast
                  • Parking
                  The SpacePeaceful room in quiet area. The NeighborhoodSet in a quiet residential area with easy access to the many local attractions. Getting AroundThere is a regular bus service to the centre of the town, where you will be able to access transport to all the local tourist attractions and beaches. A bus stop is across the road from our house.
                  apt. / condo
                  3br apt. / condo
                    Situated right behind the sand dunes, with private access to the beach and next to the Golf Club. This modern 3 bed apartment could not be in a better position to enjoy a relaxing break on the North coast of Ireland. The local shops, cafe, fast food outlets and Train Station are only 2 minutes walk away. High season - Summer -Weekly lets from Saturday to Saturday only. ### No Sunday Arrivals. Castlerock is a small quiet seaside village, with a beautiful sandy beach and a championship 18 hole golf course. Lying west of the river Bann with views of the hills of Donegal, an ideal base for a peaceful, relaxing holiday and exploring the north coast. The village offers a small range of shops including a butchers and bakery with a number of excellent restaurants and coffee shops. There is also tennis courts and a bowling green. on Entering Castlerock there is the National Trust Property Hazlett House, a thatched property dating back to 1690, one of the oldest buildings in Northern Ireland. Wthin 10 Kms there is Mussenden Temple, The Bishops Gate, Downhill Forest, Downhill and Benone Beach and Leisure Park, horse riding, pottery studios offering activities, the ferry to Greencastle, Co. Donegall and the busy shopping town of Coleraine. A Modern 3 bedroom Apartment with private access to the beach and next door to the golf course. An Ideal Base for relaxing and exploring the North Coast of Ireland.
                    Home/Apartment
                    Excellent
                    5 reviews
                    2br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    Kings Country Cottages are set in a tranquil rural location. The Cottages are all Northern Ireland Tourist Board Approved and rated 3 star. They are within easy access to some of the most beautiful sandy beaches on the North Coast,
                    Bedroom
                    Good
                    43 reviews
                    Bedroom
                    • Wifi
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceThe Beachhouse is a restored Victorian villa fronting onto Ireland's longest beach. The interior is casually elegant and artistic. Historical features such as original working fireplaces, polished wood floors, and sash windows give the house it's charming character. The kitchen is well equipped for self catering, the living room is full of toys, books and games for young guests, and there are always buckets, spades, & body boards to help you enjoy the beach. Guest AccessOur concept is to give our guests use of a full house's facilities for less than the average price of a B&B. Guests have full use of a well equipped kitchen, a comfortable lounge/living room, dining room, and reading nook overlooking the sea. Once checked in guests can come and go as they please. There is one private parking spot per room. The front garden and picnic area are for guest use. Wifi access is free and there is a computer for guest use. The laundry room may be used for a small charge. Interaction with GuestsWe live in a separate home next door to the Beachhouse. After checking guests in and helping with any travel plans or local information we will be available and contactable but will give guests as much privacy as they wish. The NeighborhoodNorthern Ireland's Causeway Coastal route is rightly renowned as a world famous coast line with stunning cliffs, beaches, and landmarks. We are 30 minutes from the Giant's Causeway, 25 minutes from Bushmills Distillery, & 20 minutes from Portrush. At the end of our beach the Wild Atlantic Way meets the Causeway Coast at the Magilligan Ferry. Downhill is ideally located as a base for exploring the Causeway Coast, Derry, and parts of Donegal. Additionally we front a long white sandy beach great for surfing, swimming, walking at sunset, and used as a film location by Game of Thrones. Behind the house is the Downhill Demense, a National Trust property home to the famous cliff hugging Mussenden Temple. Getting AroundThe passenger train from Belfast to Derry stops in Castlerock village 2 mi / 3km from the Beachhouse. Service is currently every other hour in both directions. Busses from Belfast and Derry connect through Coleraine and Limavady stopping in Downhill roughly every 90 minutes in both directions. A local taxi from Castlerock to Downhill costs £3.50. We are 1:15 from Belfast City Airport and 35 min from City of Derry Airport by car.
                    Bed & Breakfast
                    Good
                    10 reviews
                    3br Bed & Breakfast
                    • Breakfast
                    • Gym
                    • Parking
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Swimming Pool
                    • Wifi
                    Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is within 12 mi (20 km) of Portstewart Strand, Hezlett House, and Bishops Gate. Castlerock Beach and Castlerock Golf Course are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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                    The SpaceAdditional services we offer to our guests travelling by Train/Bus networks; Arrangements can be made in advance for collection from Stations. **Guests can also request use of Laundry Facilities - Washing Detergents - Machine/Tumble Dryer etc. for an additional nominal fee from £5 per appliance (depending on usage of appliance(s). Guest AccessGuests are provided with a key to the premises on arrival. Guest Bedroom facilities include Flat Screen Large TV, Tea/Coffee, Complimentary Toiletries, Hairdryer, Water and Towels. In addition, Guests also have access to TV Room / Large Sunny Conservatory to relax in, overlooking the back and East Side Gardens onto Patio areas. In the summer the sun is on the Patio area from morning until evening rising from the east side and setting in the west side of the property. Interaction with GuestsWe are always available for the duration of visitors stay and on hand to assist with making your stay comfortable and enjoyable. The NeighborhoodWe are conveniently located on the outskirts of Coleraine Town Centre, off the A26 main Belfast route to the Coast and just a 10 min walk to the Causeway Hospital, 8 mins drive to Seaside Towns Portrush & Portstewart which form part of our famous North Coast Scenic Tours. You can also be in Londonderry/Derry City with 40 mins by car, there is also a frequent bus/train service to Belfast and L'Derry. Getting AroundPrivate residential parking on premises with a town service (318c), bus stop located 2 mins walk from premises with a town service every 20-30 mins. Train Stn in town centre with frequent train services to L'Derry, Belfast, Portrush. Other Things to NoteLocal Spar, Petrol Stn, Chinese Take Away and Off Licence 5min walk from residence. Causeway Hospital and A&E Dept located 10 mins walk and we have a lovely scenic Mountsandel Forest River Walk (including the historic Mountsandel Fort - the oldest habitation site in Ireland); to town centre which takes approx. 25mins. Major events on the coast include the NW 200 Motorcycle Races in May, NI Milk Cup Football Tournament July and are due to stage The Open Golf Tournament in 2019. In addition we also have the famous Game of Thrones Attraction Locations Tours around the Causeway Coast to Belfast Titanic and the most visited Tourist Attraction in Ireland - The Giant's Causeway! Seaside towns of Portrush and Dunluce Castle, Portstewart, Castlerock, Downhill, Ballintoy, Ballycastle, Cushedun, Cushendall and Glens of Antrim all have beautiful sandy beaches and coastal walks accessible to all!
                    Home/Apartment
                    3br Home/Apartment
                    • Wifi
                    • Pets Allowed
                    • Parking
                    The SpaceComfortable and relaxing first floor apartment, with views from balcony overlooking golf course. Guest AccessAccess communal hall area from rear car park. Apartment on first floor. Interaction with GuestsI will usually meet you personally, show you around apartment and explain heating system etc. Lots of details in apartment about local attractions, activities for children, walks, restaurants, golf courses and transport links. Guests can contact me if necessary. The NeighborhoodQuiet village setting Fabulous beach, 2 minutes' walk from apartment Lots of local history - Mussenden Temple and ruins of Downhill Palace CS Lewis' childhood holiday destination Lovely traditional bakery next door! Apartment overlooking fantastic links golf course Cafes and restaurants in village Beach shop renting wet suits etc. downstairs Getting AroundLocal train station and bus stop Local taxi firm Local ferry to Donegal Cycle path Other Things to NoteDouble sofa bed in lounge area Gas central heating Dishwasher Equipment for beach stored in apartment, such as: windbreaker, picnic basket, cool box, blankets, buckets and spades etc.
                    cottage
                    3br cottage
                    • Pets Allowed
                    Welcome to Iona Cottage situated 3 miles above the beautiful seaside village of Castlerock with stunning views of the Bann Estuary where Castlerock beach and Portstewart strand meet. This three bedroom, cottage style detached bungalow, with an immaculate interior, has everything you need for your self-catering holiday. We want you to have a fantastic stay with us and hope a lovely welcome pack of Wine, scones & jam will help set you on your way. The cottage is tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard, with a lovely wood burning stove for those chilly nights and french doors that led out to a small patio (complete with patio furniture) with stunning views of the coast below. The front garden is private and enclosed with an eight hole putting green to keep the kiddies entertained. Accommodation comprises of three bedrooms – two double and one twin, a contemporary bathroom with walk in shower and a bright modern open plan lounge/living and dining room with a cosy wood burner (complementary basket of logs on arrival) to supplement the oil fired central heating system. The kitchen is fully equipped with electric cooker, toaster, iron, fridge freezer, microwave, kettle, washing machine and tumbler dryer. Our Flatscreen TV complete with freeview in the living area comes with a DVD player and a selection of dvds along with an Nintendo Wii and a few games for those rainy afternoons! Iona cottage has private parking for 3 cars and is situated 5 mins drive to all amenities that Castlerock has to offer such as Golf club, restaurant, pubs, Downhill & Castlerock beach (where scenes of HBO's game of Thrones have been shot), local shop/post office, bakery, surf/beach shop, cafes, butcher, beauty parlour, chippy & Chinese restaurant. Exorna garage is located on the main road open from 7am to 11pm daily and stocks nearly everything you possibly need with loads of offers. *****High Season (30th June - 1st Oct) 7 nights minimum stay*****
                    house
                    3br house
                      The property has an elevated site with sea views and is just a few minutes’ walk from some of the Causeway Coasts most famous locations such as Mussenden Temple, Downhill Forest, Downhill House and the railway line linking it to Derry/Londonderry, Coleraine, Portrush, Portstewart, Ballymena and Belfast. It was built for us in 1996 and has been used exclusively by our family until 2012 at which point we decided to invite a small number of holiday makers and golfers to share the beautiful surroundings of Castlerock. So whether you're looking for a furnished holiday let to have a relaxing holiday on the beach or want to make the most of the local fishing, world class golf course in the village, surfing, gliding, para-gliding, horse riding or cycling etc. This causeway coast property is well placed to take advantage of them all. It's also within easy reach by car of the Giants Causeway, Bushmills distillery, the world famous North West 200 motorbike races and The Royal Portrush golf course (home of the 2012 Irish Golf Open) . The Inishowen Peninsula in Co Donegal is only a short ferry ride away via Magilligan (10 minutes down the road by car). The house has a glass balcony at first floor level and enjoys panoramic sea views from the reception area to make the most of sunny days. The spacious parking area allows for several cars to be parked at one time and the village amenities are a 2 minute walk away. It also has a patio area where you can enjoy a barbeque while entertaining your friends and family and the property benefits from inclusive Wi-fi. The reception room is comfortably furnished with sofas, a glass fronted gas fire, satellite TV and a 40� flat screen TV. There is also a freezer, separate fridge and a washing machine.
                      Bed & Breakfast
                      1br Bed & Breakfast
                      • Wifi
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceBeautiful family room with a double and single bed.The advertised price is for 2 people (double or twin). £15 supplement for 3rd person.Private ensuite (URL HIDDEN) coffee making facilities in the (URL HIDDEN) decorated in shades of purples,with a lot of attention to detail. Guest AccessOwn private room with ensuite.Private dining room where breakfast is served.There is a patio area at rear of building where guests can sit and enjoy there tea / coffee in the sunshine. Interaction with GuestsMyself or my husband greet guests on arrival and make them feel as welcome as possible.I serve breakfast each morning so I enjoy a chat then finding out there plans for the day.Apart from this I'm out and about,but if I'm at home I enjoy chatting to guests. The NeighborhoodPrime location for Giants causeway,Carrick - a - Rede rope bridge,Dunluce Castle,Dark Hedges Portrush and Portstewart all within 8 miles.Shops, coffee shops,leisure centre,bus and train station are just a few minutes walk away. Getting AroundTrain and bus station are 5 minutes walk away and town centre about the same. Other Things to NoteLaundry service is available for £5-00 fee.A full irish breakfast is included in this price.
                      Bed & Breakfast
                      1br Bed & Breakfast
                      • Wifi
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceBeautiful double room tastefully decorated in black / silvers.Free Wi-Fi. Hairdryer and toiletries supplied.Freeview TV in (URL HIDDEN) tray in room. Guest AccessGuests have there own private room with ensuite.Private dining room where breakfast is served.Patio area at rear of building where guests can enjoy there tea / coffee in the sunshine. Interaction with GuestsWe endeavour to make our guests stay as pleasant as possible and want them to feel at home,hence the name it's just like home from home.Myself or my husband greet guests on arrival and each guest get a key and are free to come and go as they please.I serve breakfast each morning so I enjoy a good chat then finding out their plans for the day.Apart from this I'm out and about a lot but if I'm in I enjoy a good chats with my guests. The Neighborhood5 mins walk from train/ bus station and 5 mins walk to town centre.A few minutes walk to the leisure centre, coffee shops and supermarket. Getting AroundTrain and bus station 5 minutes walk as is town centre. Other Things to NoteOff street private parking,perfect location,laundry service available for £5-00 fee
                      Bedroom
                      Excellent
                      13 reviews
                      Bedroom
                      • Wifi
                      • Gym
                      • Smoking Allowed
                      • Breakfast
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceWarm, welcoming and fun environment. Spacious double room with double bed. Living area available for use with TV, internet access, magazines etc. Large kitchen free to use for cooking, keeping food, etc. Guest AccessShared bathroom, shared living space which guests are very welcome to use. Large kitchen area which can be used freely. If requested early enough, 2 rooms may be available rather than one. Please ask host if this is available before booking. Interaction with GuestsHosts enjoy interacting with guests, recommending local sites/points of interest. They also enjoy cooking new recipes so a treat may be in store! The Neighborhood5-10 minute walk into Town Centre Close to shops, restaurants and bars Really friendly neighbours 10 minute walk to the best coffee shop in Northern Ireland; Lost and Found (check it out at (URL HIDDEN) and Instagram) Great Turkish Restaurant, Truva only a 2 minute walk away. Getting AroundBus & rail station 15-20 minute walk away Other Things to NoteSpecial extras available*: Craft coffee (aeropress, pour over, cafetiere or Moka Pot to choose from) Craft Beers available on request (these will also be available for purchase on request) Home baked goods (these will also be available for purchase on request) *Guests will choose one of the above which will be included in price Free Wifi for guests 5/10 minute walk to Coleraine Town Centre 10 minute drive to Castlerock/Portstewart/Portrush 20 minute drive to Giants Causeway with local bus services available
                      Home/Apartment
                      8br Home/Apartment
                      • Wifi
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceThe Flax Mill is set in a four acre plot in the midst of open countryside, so there is little noise other than the roar of the River Rhee its a huge space of 12,000 square feet Guest AccessThe guests will have access to their accommodation and all the communal areas Interaction with GuestsYou will receive a welcome, be shown the mil and then left to your own deviices The Neighborhoodits very rural Getting Aroundyou will need a car
                      house
                      9br house
                      • Pets Allowed
                      A unique Northern Ireland holiday destination suitable for weddings & wedding accommodation and family get togethers. Combine a wedding with a stay at the Flax Mill. Set within the lush gentle, rolling farmland of Aghadowey, said to be the largest parish in Ireland, the old Flax Mill is close enough to key busy attractions of the North West coast to make it perfect base for a long stay in Ulster. The amazing features to this newly refurbished watermill make it a fabulous place to hold that special event whether it be birthday, anniversary or just a family holiday. For large groups, the mill offers a different experience to most large house and hotel living as it offers both luxury rooms and privacy of its own secluded site.   This complex has been purposely designed to provide accommodation for large groups that seek a degree of privacy and space between groups whilst at the same time benefiting from extensive communal areas and grounds for socialising.  The main reception rooms on the ground floor are imposing and comfortable with an interesting mixture of artifacts from the past reflecting Ulster history and textile industry of which the mill was part. The Mill is set in rural countryside but is within easy reach of the Coleraine Riverside shopping centre
                      Home/Apartment
                      Good
                      29 reviews
                      2br Home/Apartment
                      • Parking
                      The SpaceVery child friendly with access to the beach only a few yards away - no need to pack the car :) Perfect location for families. Interaction with GuestsAccess to apartment is by key from keysafe - perfect for arriving at anytime of the day or night. The Neighborhood(URL HIDDEN) Getting AroundGetting there - Castlerock has both bus and rail service and has a beautiful coastal train journey from Derry which Michael Palin described as one of the best journeys he had experienced.
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                      • Parking
                      The SpaceAdditional services we offer to our guests travelling by Train/Bus networks; Arrangements can be made in advance for collection from Stations. Guest AccessGuests are provided with a key to the premises on arrival. Guest Bedroom facilities include Flat Screen Large TV, Tea/Coffee, Complimentary Toiletries, Hairdryer, Water and Towels. In addition, Guests also have access to TV Room / Large Sunny Conservatory to relax in, overlooking the back and East Side Gardens onto Patio areas. In the summer the sun is on the Patio area from morning until evening rising from the east side and setting in the west side of the property. Interaction with GuestsWe are always available for the duration of visitors stay and on hand to assist with making your stay comfortable and enjoyable. The NeighborhoodWe are conveniently located on the outskirts of Coleraine Town Centre, off the A26 main Belfast route to the Coast and just a 10 min walk to the Causeway Hospital, 8 mins drive to Seaside Towns Portrush & Portstewart which form part of our famous North Coast Scenic Tours. You can also be in Londonderry/Derry City with 40 mins by car, there is also a frequent bus/train service to Belfast and L'Derry. Getting AroundPrivate residential parking on premises with a town service (318c), bus stop located 2 mins walk from premises with a town service every 20-30 mins. Train Stn in town centre with frequent train services to L'Derry, Belfast, Portrush. Other Things to NoteLocal Spar, Petrol Stn, Chinese Take Away and Off Licence 5min walk from residence. Causeway Hospital and A&E Dept located 10 mins walk and we have a lovely scenic Mountsandel Forest River Walk (including the historic Mountsandel Fort - the oldest habitation site in Ireland); to town centre which takes approx. 25mins. Major events on the coast include the NW 200 Motorcycle Races in May, NI Milk Cup Football Tournament July and are due to stage The Open Golf Tournament in 2019. In addition we also have the famous Game of Thrones Attraction Locations Tours around the Causeway Coast to Belfast Titanic and the most visited Tourist Attraction in Ireland - The Giant's Causeway! Seaside towns of Portrush and Dunluce Castle, Portstewart, Castlerock, Downhill, Ballintoy, Ballycastle, Cushedun, Cushendall and Glens of Antrim all have beautiful sandy beaches and coastal walks accessible to all!
                      hotel
                      Poor
                      48 reviews
                      56br hotel
                      • Breakfast
                      • Gym
                      • Parking
                      • Pets Allowed
                      • Swimming Pool
                      • Wifi
                      Situated in Coleraine, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Portstewart Strand, Dunluce Centre, and Benvarden Garden. Waterworld and Portrush Beach are also within 9 mi (15 km).
                      apt. / condo
                      2br apt. / condo
                        Views are outstanding.. The beach is beautiful.. Golf course , coffee shop..close by local commodities..Great entrance through electric gates Lovely modern decor Great power shower with seating and music!! Train station on door step which can take you to Coleraine town, Portstewart, Portrush. Etc...
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                          Situated in a peaceful rural area, less than 5 km from Coleraine, this modern family-run farm house offers comfortable accommodation and warm hospitality so guests can enjoy a home-away-from-home experience. Guests can arrange a tour of the farm and contemplate the prize-winning stock, enjoy a peaceful walk along the river or the forest, go horseback riding or tour the beautiful Causeway Coast, just a 10-minute drive from the property. The B&B is also conveniently close to the city centre, where guests will be able to find numerous shops and local attractions, such as the Giants Causeway or the Old Bushmills Distillery. The rooms are warm and cosy, equipped with everything guests may need to enjoy a pleasant stay. Every morning, guests will be able to enjoy a delicious breakfast to start the day with energy.
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                          Excellent
                          2 reviews
                          4br house
                            First added for holiday rental in April 2016 and situated in the peaceful hills of Ballyhackett, approx. 2 miles from Castlerock and Downhill beaches, this family friendly home, with views stretching from the back of the house to Portstewart and beyond, is the perfect North Coast holiday location. With 4 large bedrooms, (3 doubles and one triple bunk) 2 of which are on the ground floor, the accommodation sleeps 9 and also includes a spacious lounge, kitchen/diner/snug, family bathroom with separate bath and shower (ground floor) , shower room (1st floor) , wet room (ground floor) and utility room with washer/dryer. Unlimited Wi-Fi is included in the price as is fresh bed linen and bath towels. The house is also equipped with a mutli-fuel burner in the snug, dishwasher in the kitchen and a range of books, dvd's and board games. Outside there is a large garden which has a climbing frame and playhouse and scooters to keep the children entertained, along with garden furniture and bbq. This is a great base from which to explore all that the Causeway Coast and Donegal has to offer.
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                            9br barn
                            • Pets Allowed
                            The Old Flax Mill, Aghadowey, County Londonderry, Causeway Coast Beautiful new apartments in a very unique building fronted by an amazing river. The Old Flax Mill is a fantastic stone building, originally dating from 1786, renovated to a very high standard. A combination of antique features and modern amenities make this a very special place to stay. The enchanting noise from the river and the surrounding countryside makes this a peaceful and relaxing break. Riverside walks and the wow factor of the Old Flax Mill building will be an experience you won't forget. The Mill is a unique offering as a base close by the attractions of the Causeway Coast. It has hosted family re unions, birthdays and later in 2016, weddings. Its landscaped grounds offer a tranquil spot for a large group to relax in private. Various permutations of rooms are available for hire to suit your party size and budget as outlined below. Room Configuration Ground Floor The ground floor has a spacious lounge and bar by the fireplace [overlooked the mezzanine map room on first floor], one double bedroom that could serve less well able bodied persons who don't wish to climb stairs and with shower room adjacent. To the other side of the entrance lobby there are two further lounges/day rooms and a full kitchen on the east wing. The kitchen has a full range of appliances, including fridge/freezer, gas stove, microwave and toaster. There is enough tableware and gasses for a party of 20+. Clothes washing facilities are available in the utility room, by request only for a modest additional. charge.