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Beautiful recreation of an Irish coastal cottage. The location on the causeway coast is perfect for beach and walking. Restaurants, tea room and pubs within walking distance. The harbour is 6 minutes walk and on the way back up the hill stop at Macurdy's farm for fresh free range eggs. This is a rural setting by the sea with convenient local amenities. The cottage is furnished with luxury bed linens and towels and although very small the space is used to great advantage. Curiously built into a stone wall that was once part of the castle grounds that stood here a few centuries ago the cottage is one of 3 nestling in private ground overlooking the local Church, Rathlin Island and The Isle of Sky in Scotland. You will have your own space and garden with outside seating and barbecue.
About the Owner
Languages spoken:German, English, French, Spanish
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:March 2015
Interaction with guests:
Keys are in a key safe at the cottage. Details available on booking.
We do allow and welcome pets. However it is on condition that pets are not allowed on the furniture or beds. this is to respect future guests and to protect very expensive luxury...
Smoking not allowed
3:00 PM check-in
11:00 AM check-out
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
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₹ 3,630 / stay
About the neighbourhood
The jewel of the North, the causeway coast is breathtakingly beautiful. Visit The Giants Causeway, Rathlin Island, Ballintoy Harbour, The Rope Bridge, Ballycastle, White Park Bay, Port Stewart Strand, Dunluce Castle and the Glens of Antrim.
You really do need a CAR or be ready for a lot of walking.
How to get there
Airport: Belfast International: 90.0 km
Railway: Co;lweaine: 20.0 km
Ferry: Larne: 40.0 km
On harbour road we are just 200 metres on the left, sign for red door cafe. Down the lane 50 metres on the right.