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Located in Stranocum, 29 km from Portrush, Evaron House provides a garden and free WiFi. Continental and à la carte breakfast options are available daily at the bed and breakfast. Lovely guest house with a very friendly and helpful host. Room had plenty of space for the both of us and we were very kindly upgraded to the ensuite room. Breakfast was delicious plus we got to say hi to the new kittens, bonus!
Set in Stranocum in the Antrim County region, Den @ The Dark Hedges has a balcony and mountain views. Loved our break here - so peaceful and well situated for everything you would want to visit in the area. The Den was so well equipped and Mairead went the extra mile to welcome us. Thank you again!!
Gracehill Lodge - Guest Accommodation is set in Stranocum and offers a terrace. The accommodation is 20 km from Portrush, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. We loved that every little detail had been considered. The Lodge was spacious and furniture conveniently placed to maximise on space. Location was perfect for us - close by to the main road but far enough off so we didn't hear constant traffic. We really liked the self check in method. Everything you could possibly need for a stay was provided! We were very appreciative of the comfy beds!!
The Hay Loft, The Dark Hedges, Ballycastle with hot tub is set in Stranocum. The accommodation is 18 km from Portrush, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.... very clean place- spotless! Nice touch of having cupcakes ready for us upon arrival. everything was done to a very good, high quality standard. very comfortable stay. It was nice having a smart TV so we could watch Prime and Netflix. So close to the dark hedges! Thank you Hayloft, we had a lovely stay 😊
Located in Ballymoney in the Antrim County region, Little River Glamping provides accommodation with free private parking. A terrace can be found at the tented camp, along with a garden. This was our family’s first glamping experience and it was great. we stayed in the large 5 person tent on a rainy night and had a nice time. The property is secluded and quite with a river running through it. Super family friendly!
The local Spar in Stranocum is less than 5 minutes by car and has everything you could need, and there is a local chip shop adjacent to it. The local restaurant, the Scenic Inn is family orientated and homely but recommend booking especially at weekends.
It was a very peaceful tranquil area. We visited the Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and the Seaside Harbour Town of Bally Castle, There was a great Fish and Chip Shop by the Harbour. You could see over to Raithlin Island from there. There was a ferry there that you could take if you wished to visit the Island. There were plenty of places to eat on the seafront and there is a Fair on over the August Bank Holiday - Lammas Fair, We travelled by car and parking was easy but taxis were advertised.
You need a car. Stranocum boasts a well stocked shop and a garage, for anything more you will need to go either into Ballymoney or Ballycastle. We went out to eat at Scenic Inn [9 mins drive] but by taxi - very difficult and one way cost £25.95 as taxi coming from Ballycastle. Got taxi back for £13 as was coming out to Inn that was nearer to its base. The Dark Hedges from Game of Thrones only 6 min walk. Hour drive to Belfast - a must-see is the Crumlin Road Goel and Titanic exhibition. Ballycastle half hour drive to get ferry over to Rathlin Island [bird sanctuary at West Lighthouse]. Coming from International Airport Belfast, make a visit to retail park for Lidl, Asda etc to stock up