You are viewing a holiday cottage to rent in Glenarm, Glens of Antrim, County Antrim. It is a Semi-detached House.
This is one of two adjoining cottages in the heart of Glenarm village 11.5 miles from Larne Port and 31 miles from Belfast. They have been fully restored and offer an excellent location from which to explore the Antrim Coast and Glens. The enclosed rear garden has views of the castle and coastline and is shared with adjoining property 8568, making it perfect for friends and families holidaying together. Take a day trip to the seaside resort of Portrush or famous Belfast City.
Shop. Pub 175 yards. Beach 3 miles.
GF: lounge/kitchen/diner with sofa bed. FF: double, twin, bathroom with shower over bath.
Electricity and oil central heating included, wood burner with starter pack, linen and towels included, No Smoking, travel cot, high chair, stair gate, TV, dvd player, CD, fridge with small ice box, microwave, w/machine, mobile phone reception - good, fully enclosed shared garden, garden furniture, private off road parking. Sorry no pets.
Among the splendours of Moyle you can find magnificent attractions such as the legendary Giant's Causeway, breathtaking Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, the beautiful Glens of Antrim, the rugged beauty of Rathlin Island and the picturesque towns and villages of Armoy, Ballintoy Bushmills, Ballycastle, Cushendun, Cushendall and Waterfoot.
Try your hand at many golf courses, stride out across the broad expanse of the Antrim Plateau as you follow the vast array of trails and footpaths, or clear the cobwebs with a beach gallop or a relaxing forest ride. Then there's bowling, karting, tennis, abseiling, rafting, canoeing, birdwatching, or painting* the choice of activities is endless.
Visit Carnfunnock Country Park near Ballygally for walks and a children's park. There is a nice cafe also.
Belfast- take an Open top Bus Tour of the city to see famous and infamous places including the dock where Titanic was built. There are several Boat Trips around the Harbour and on the Lagan River.
Visit the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum for a taste of the past and a look at how we lived and worked. There are many cottages, houses and other old properties which were removed from their original location and rebuilt exactly as they were. This takes a full day to go from house to house and also to see all the exhibits in the Transport Museum.
Londonderry/Derry. For a more relaxing day out, park the car at Ballymena railway station and take the train to Londonderry. Michael Palin has said of the journey from Castlerock to Derry that this is 'one of the railway journeys of the world'. The track skirts the sea with sea cliff views and many waders and seabirds who are unperturbed by the train. A courtesy bus is available to take you to the City Centre. Derry is a walled city with many interesting and historical sights including some from our recent stormy past.
Broughshane village near Ballymena is famous for its floral displays. It has won every award in the UK and Ireland in recent years. There is a good pub *The Thatch- with excellent food.
* Bathroom has Electric Shower over bath
WIFI is available in the local pub close to the property.
Sailing 300 yards. Walking 100 yards. Forest walks, Fishing, Coastal walks, Childrens Playground 300 yards.
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