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Glendale is a family run bed and breakfast located on the A2, the famous Coast Road, in the picturesque village of Cushendall, 9.8 km away from Glenariffe Waterfalls and Forest Park. Spotlessly clean & very friendly. Very observant & thoughtful, as we left an empty bottle of wine in the rubbish bin the first night & when we returned they had added wine glasses to our room. A nice touch. Delicious ulster fry for breakfast.
Just a few minutes’ walk from the beach and a cliff path that overlooks Red Bay and the Mull of Kintyre, and an hour’s drive from Belfast, this B&B offers free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. What a lovely stay. Thank you very much for the great hospitality. Enjoyed it very much. Nice room and very good and central location. Highly recommended. Very clean and comfy bed. Lovely backgarden.
Located amongst Glenariff’s scenic countryside, this bed and breakfast has rooms with beautiful valley views. Waterfoot’s sandy beach is just 7 minutes’ walk away. Lovely place. Very comfortable, clean and big rooms. Brilliant breakfast! The couple managing the place were extremely helpful. They helped with finding out bus timings and organise bike rentals and even offered to drop me to the bus stop as it was raining. So friendly, warm and welcoming! I was also early for my check in and since the room was ready they let me settle right in even though check in was hours later. Pleasant surprise as most places are so strict about check in times.
The Captains Cottage, Cushendall is located in Cushendall, 10 km from Glenariff Forest Park, and provides a patio, garden, and free WiFi. The property features mountain views. Beautiful cottage in the most beautiful setting. The hosts were so welcoming and even left us a welcome pack consisting of wine, bread, milk and a few other things. The cottage was cosy, comfortable and was right next to the beach and supermarket. Will definitely be back. Thanks for a wonderful weekend
25 Shore Street enjoys a location in Cushendall, just 10 km from Glenariff Forest Park and 12 km from Glenariff Forest. We loved the crisp, cleanliness of this deceptively spacious, bright and airy house. 25 Shore St is nestled metres away from the town, tucked in front of a river and along a walkway to the town's centre..... Best of all worlds.... Privacy, peaceful area within a minute's walk of all the town has to offer. We also REALLY appreciated the'black folder!' that the owners of the house left for us. Within this folder was everything from how to use remotes for tv, to how to turn on heating to where to frequent for grub and drinks in Cushendall. The hosts also kindly provided pictures, directions and recommendations for all the amenities nearby that were worth a visit. Little touches like the pint of milk in the fridge shampoo and shower gel in the bathrooms and an abundance of towels and bed linen instantly made us feel at home. We really could not have asked for more!
Located in Cushendall, Red Bay Holiday Home provides accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. The property has sea and mountain views, plus is 9 km from Glenariff Forest Park. Great for family, well equipped with everything you would need, good location for touring Antrim coast,
Friendly community, village feel with enough emend ties to accommodate travellers. God choice of places to eat within short distance we ate at Joes attic (restaurant/bistro) excellent food Harry’s bistro also very good lovely pub with atmosphere food also very good
We have driven through the village many times but never stayed here. It's a very friendly community with a couple of good eating places and easy access to woodland works and beaches. Layde church is worth the walk - a lovely ruineed church and churchyard - a wonderful place to relfect and have some quiet moments.
The area is of astounding beauty.The people are welcoming and willing to share their knowledge of the area.Cushendall is a gem of a town unspoilt and with an atmosphere that resonates to bygone days.We would have stayed here longer if not for our schedule.Harry's restaurant has great food the staff are excellent and is reasonably priced.The Lurig Bar and The Central Bar are both places to visit.The Central Bar is beautiful an untouched traditional Irish Pub with all the architectural features still in place.The Lurig Bar is about the people.They were so welcoming we felt at home within minutes.I wish we could have stayed longer
Cushendall is a lovely village bags of history and cu!true and friendly establishments everywhere 😊 great places to eat and quaint we bars to relax have a we drink and socialise, beautiful walls as well 👌
The green glens of Antrim have a jewel in this small town, with several nature walks, a lovely seaside walk, beach, harbour, and some fantastic drives/cycles and walks around the area. in Mc Collams they have a pub from the past, lively and traditional, with music to boot. everyone welcomes you, with a genuine warmth and affection. what an absolute gem! traffic in town gets busy, and sometimes the tranquility is tainted by the constant wasps nest drone of motorbikes, but if I had a bike, I'd take this route too. Particularly attractive is the coastal drive to torr via cushendun, but not for the faint-hearted nor for buses!!
We only had time to visit Glenariff Forest Park as we were heading on the the Gian's Causeway in the afternoon and Derry in the evening. We only visited Harry's Place for a snack in the evening of our arrival. We enjoyed a lovely walk in the Forest Park, with wonderful views of the Glenariff valley but took the wrong walking route and failed to reach the waterfall! We plan to return on another occasion to spend more time in the area.
9.9 Exceptional 17 reviews
The house is gorgeous and very clean, it was so comfortable, I would highly recommend mount Edward, we stayed for two nights and we could have stayed for a few more nights, Joan left us a lovely hamper which we thought that was a lovely touch, our party was 3 adults and 2 children but the house was so spacious and had a really homely feel to it, we would definitely book mount Edward when we visit Northern Ireland again
9.7 Exceptional 324 reviews
Mary, John, Eamon and Sorcha were all so friendly and made us feel right at home. The location is really lovely and rooms are hotel quality. Plenty of tasty brekkie to be stuffed up til dinner and having a nosy at the goats out the back is really cute too. Mary was very kind and took some great pictures of use before we headed off to a wedding. Thanks for a great stay!
9.1 Superb 27 reviews
Stayed here over Xmas can only say it was amazing - great location - short walk to beach - sea view - short walk to village - the cottage was kitted out with everything you could need for a comfortable stay - restaurants,shops and bars so near - very quiet location
9.3 Superb 152 reviews
This was a great value and close to the north coast and sites of Northen Ireland. It is out of the town a bit and we did not have a car so that was not ideal but the owner was very nice about providing or setting up transport to restaurants.
9.4 Superb 42 reviews
Beautiful peaceful location. Very clean, spacious, comfortable accommodation. Cushendall only a short drive away where we had an excellent lunch at Joe's upstairs restaurant. Nice touches like the books and games available.
9.6 Exceptional 315 reviews
Our hosts were helpful in recommending a restaurant in town and especially with an idea of where to park. We took a scenic drive based on their recommendation as well. Cushendall is a cute little town and well worth a visit.
8.9 Fabulous 160 reviews
Good B&B, right in the centre of town across a great pub (McCollams). Good breakfast. Free parking directly in front of the hotel on busy street and (more secure) around the back of the building.
9.5 Exceptional 33 reviews
Perfect for the three of us with having two bedrooms - saved booking two hotel rooms. Great location for visiting the areas we wanted to.
9.5 Exceptional 151 reviews
Very central,clean and an excellent breakfast.Owners very knowledgeable about local restaurants and noteworthy places to visit.
9.5 Exceptional 505 reviews
The lovely views from the house over looking the beautiful cushendall
9.4 Superb 25 reviews
everything suited our needs even the weather even though we had a hire car we took to walking into the town and back, (30mins walk) there was tea coffee and milk provided, (this might seem natural but I have travelled recently and found that not to be the case in more expensive properties). Noreen couldn't have been more helpful and I would expect to return there next year.
9.5 Exceptional 21 reviews
Our hosts were friendly, informative, and very interesting to chat with. Little extra touches added to our experience.
8.9 Fabulous 12 reviews
Warm, eccentric welcome. Very much a country house - gracious living.