"Home from Home" 4 star self catering accommodation. Suitable for elderly and disabled. Situated on a small family run farm, close to picturesque village of Cushendall. Ideal location to explore the Nine Glens of Antrim, Giant's Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Bushmills Distillery, Glenariffe waterfalls and Forest Park. Enclosed garden, outdoor family playroom, barbeque and private car park. Pets welcome - permission required.
Free Broadband Internet Access.
TIEVEBULLIAGH comprises of living room complete with repro-style fireplace, one double bedroom, one family bedroom, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom with disabled access shower/w.c and sink.
Oil heating, electricity, bedding, towels included in our price.
The adjoining accommodation of
TROSTAN (3 Bedroomed) & TIVERAGH (2 Bedroomed) can also be booked to accommodate family groups (16+).
The restaurants in Cushendall village serve excellent food at affordable prices and the local pubs organise traditional music nights. Liz Weir - a renowned world wide storyteller - lives close by and she organises story telling nights at her camping hostel and barn.
The village of Cushendall is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - unspoilt and a pleasure to walk and socialize. Activities in the area and nearby include horse riding/trekking centre; outdoor activity centre; boating; fishing; 9-hole golf course; walking/rambling suitable for all ages and the glens area is renowned for their success in Hurling - the traditional game of Ireland.
Ideal location to visit Belfast Titanic Quarter, Game of Thrones locations, Giants Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Glenariff Waterfalls & Forest Park, City of Derry and The Ulster American Folk Park and drive the Scenic Causeway Coastal Route.
Patrick Gerard & Noreen, proprietors, reside close by to ensure they are available to help if any problems arise to ensure a stress-free holiday in your "Home from Home"