You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Glenarm, Antrim Coast, County Antrim. It is a Detached House.
This modern farmhouse is located in the hamlet of Carnalbanagh, 5 miles from Glenarm and 11 miles from Larne port on the Antrim Coast. An ideal retreat for family and friends, with a playroom for smaller children, a sun room, study and two ensuite bedrooms. The perfect location for a rural escape, with wonderful views over the countryside and easy access to explore the beautiful castle and walled garden of Glenarm, the Causeway Coast and the nine Glens of Antrim.
Shop 5 miles. Pub 4 miles. Restaurant 7 miles. Beach 5 miles.
GF: lounge, kitchen/diner, study, utility room, sun room, playroom, w.c. FF: 3 doubles 2 with ensuite shower room, single, bathroom with separate shower.
Electricity and oil central heating included, open fire with starter pack, linen and towels included, travel cot, high chair, dvd player, radio, fridge/freezer, microwave, w/machine, internet access, hairdryer, uk tv channels, welcome pack, partially enclosed garden, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
The scenic village of Glenarm (5 miles) is the oldest village in the Glens of Antrim. It has a variety of shops pubs cafe's. The main street leads to Glenarm Forest where Glenarm Castle can be viewed across the river. Glenarm Walled Garden and Cafe is a worth a visit. Glenarm Castle is also home to Dalriada Festival Week, an event combining Sport, Music and Fine Foods for all of the family.
One of the striking features of the village is the architecture, dating from the 17th century it is one of the oldest coastal villages in North Antrim and like Bushmills designated a conservation area.
The nearest Public House is Halfway House which is located between Carnalbanagh and Broughshane playing local music every Saturday evening and food served on weekends.
Visit Glenarriff Forest Park, Ballymena which offers stunning walks along the waterfall walkway.
Journey along the Causeway Coast through the nine Glens of Antirm, with its dramatic and rugged scenery, including Rathlin, Northern Irelands only inhabited off-shore island. This coastal area has featured in the popular Game of Thrones recently and also hosted the Giro d'Italia cycle race.
Carnfunnock Country Park is an ideal day out for families, with a range of activities, attractions and a programme of events throughout the year.
Ballymena town is known as 'The Gateway to the Glens' and is famous throughout the north of Ireland for its exceptional range of independent shops and small boutiques.
Things to do in the area: Take a Day Trip to Belfast * Northern Irelands capital city, a cosmopolitan destination with an interesting history, don't miss the Titanic Quarter and Titanic Belfast, Ulster Folk Museum or the Belfast Cathedral; visit Giants Causeway, Bushmills Old Distillery, Flame! The Gasworks Museum of Ireland; Visit Carrick a Rede Rope Bridge, approximately 34 miles away, an exhilarating rope bridge experience and one of the areas best loved attractions.
Walking 0.01 miles. Fishing 1 miles. Traditional Music 4 miles. Childrens Playground 5 miles. Golf 10 miles. Cinema, Swimming Pool 13 miles.
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