The friendly and helpful hosts advised us on places of...
The friendly and helpful hosts advised us on places of intrerest and local retaurants and places of interest.We enjoyed the harbour area of Cushendun and town of Cushendall.Eating out was a pleasure which we enjoyed at Harry's brassery Cushendall on two occasions.On our final day we enjoyed a pleasant drive on the coastal road and dined out in the evening at sanjib indian restaurant in ballymena.It was not difficult to get around Cushendun as we had our own transport,but I noticed there was a good bus service being used by the local people
Didn't explore as much as we should have done so will...
Didn't explore as much as we should have done so will have to return very soon. Can recommend upstairs at Joes great food, ambience and the small pub downstairs a genuine find really great people
We were so very lucky to find this lovely B&B, what a stunning location. Susan and Raymond are wonderful hosts, lovely friendly people. We were made very welcome in their lovely home, and cooked us great breakfasts. We did enjoy our stay very much and many thanks to Susan Raymond for a wonderful stay.
United Arab Emirates
All the attractions are within an hour driving distance.
All the attractions are within an hour driving distance. We went to Carick-a-rede Rope Bridge, The Giants Causway. We were only there for 2 days. We can easily stay there for a week or 10 days. Beautiful scenery and you can take so many nature walks.
Nice and quiet
There are plenty of places to eat from hotels to cafes or even pubs take your pick the point of being in a b&b is so you can choose every night or you could ask Wendy if she could make food for you if don't ask you don't know.
The highly picturesque village of Cushendun
A very pretty village, administered by the National Trust, in which residents obviously take pride. This is a good walking area and the coastal road north and south is breathtaking. The pub, Mary McBrides, is warm and cosy and has an excellent restaurant upstairs.
“Beautiful location in a gorgeous stone manor. The booking.com picture showed another hotel along the water. This property is in a wooded glade so we had a hard time finding it.
Lovely proprietors, great food in a sun-filled dining room, lush grounds.”
“Wendy was lovely! A nice hot cuppa and cakes on arrival. Fantastic welcome. The room was gorgeous and bed was really comfy. Lovely shower and breakfast was superb!. The views were absolutely stunning. I would have paid a lot more for the stay! Have stayed in places that were charged more and got less value for money. Easy drive to local town and Cushendun caves were great.”
“The view was simply amazing. Cushendun is only a reasonably short walk away (through a nice pathway and down on to the beach). The pub had a great atmosphere and the locals were welcoming and lots of fun. The Hosts were also extremely helpful and reliable. Cushendun is also a great access point to the Causeway Coastal route and the whole area.. Can't wait for the next trip”
“What a stunning little property in an amazing location!
We usually stay at hotels but family were camping at Watertop Farm and this is a 7 min drive from there.
We had room 3 which had a double bed, 2 singles and a room for a travel cot (supplied if requested)
Stunning views. Clean and comfy beds. Lovely big double walk in shower. Beautiful decor.
Fantastic service. Homely. Gorge breakfast.
On par with any 5star hotel we've stayed at.
Amazing value. We will return!!”