You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Ballycastle, Atlantic Coast, County Antrim. It is a Semi-detached Apartment.
This is one of two apartments located in the grounds of the owners residence, 2 miles from Armoy and 4 miles from the charming seaside town of Ballycastle. The apartment is cosy just right for couples and provides a wonderful base to explore the delightful of the North Coast from Kinbane Castle to the Carrickarede Rope bridge, the Giant's Causeway to enjoying a tipple at the Bushmills Distillery. Fishing, golfing, swimming, coastal walks are on your doorstep and just an couple of hours from Larne ferry port. This property can be booked along with 15010 which is next door.
Shop. Pub 2 miles. Restaurant. Beach 4 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, double with ensuite shower room.
Electricity included , oil by meter read, linen and towels included, No Smoking, TV, freezer, microwave, shared w/machine, shared dryer, internet access, hairdryer, alarm clock, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, enclosed private courtyard, patio area, garden furniture, off road parking. One pet welcome.
Ballycastle Beach is located on the Causeway Coast Route, 5 mins from the town centre, approx a quarter of a mile long it runs from the pier at Ballycastle Marina to Pans Rock. There are no restrictions on swimming at the beach but there are no lifeguards present at anytime.
Ballycastle Golf Club: sits yards from the shoreline out the Causeway Coast, a spectacular stretch of golfing coastline of unsurpassed beauty. Features 18 holes of both parkland and links holes to enjoy. See: http://www.ballycastlegolfclub.com for green fees and special offers.
Ballycastle (4 miles) is a small sea-side town, renowned for its friendliness and hospitality not to mention its outstanding beauty. You will find this unique hospitality in the local pubs, enjoy traditional Irish music in O'Connor's and the House of McDonnell (Thur, Fri and Sat nights).
Lammas Fair the oldest fair in Ireland takes place on the last Monday and Tuesday of August each year. It is famous for Dulse (dried seaweed from local beaches) and Yellowman (a hard yellow candy). Stalls line the streets of the town and sell anything from livestock to souvenirs.
3 miles from 'The Hedges' a location from the television series 'Game of Thrones'.
Horse riding, Walking 2 miles. Bowling, Childrens Playground, Climbing, Coastal walks, Cycling, Fishing, Bird watching, Golf, Water sports, Leisure centre and indoor pool, Sailing, Surfing, Tennis, Traditional Music 4 miles. Forest walks 6 miles.
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