Corratavey House (part of An Caislean)

Located mid-way between Ballycastle town centre and Ballycastle seafront (both having their own attractions) Corratavey House is within easy walking distance of all that this attractive market town by the sea has to offer: restaurants, bars, shops, beach, tennis, golf, gym, indoor pool, sports pitches, the marina and the Rathlin Island ferry.

If there's time after all that then relax by a real turf fire.

This tastefully refurbished Victorian townhouse is still a family home offering modern facilities, with space for privacy and quiet relaxation, while retaining warm friendly traditional hospitality. We offer private parking with secure parking for bikes and storage facilities for outdoor enthusiasts.

Free Wi-Fi usage is available throughout Corratavey and satellite multi-channel (Sky) TV is offered in our living room.

Three rooms are fully ensuite. Our two non-ensuite rooms share a large bathroom on the same floor (which is exclusive to those two rooms) so these two rooms are ideal for a party of four or five people. None of our bedrooms have their own TVs or radios.

Breakfast is served between 8.00 and 10.00 (earlier servings are available on request) and includes juice, choice of cereals, yoghurt, selection of toasts, fruit bowl, tea or coffee together with one of the following: Irish breakfast (sausages, bacon, egg, potato bread and mushrooms), vegetarian breakfast (egg, potato bread, mushrooms, tomatoes and baked beans), scrambled eggs, scrambled eggs and bacon, poached egg, boiled egg.

Ballycastle is located at the western end of the Causeway Coast (including the Causeway coastal walk to (or from) the Giant's Causeway - the best way to approach the Giant's Causeway), the northern end of the Nine Glens of Antrim, the northern end of the Moyle Way (walk), the ferry route to Rathlin island (10 minutes on fast ferry) and is part of a very scenic stretch of Cycle Route 93. The area is popular for scuba-divers (with wrecks as well as marine life off the coast) and hunting (shooting), fishing and horse-riding/trekking are also popular pastimes for locals and visitors alike. We can recommend walks, bike rides, horse trekking and car tours and are happy to do pick-ups, set downs and luggage transport for walkers and public transport users by prior arrangement. Fun farms are also nearby to keep the children amused.

Corratavey House is just off the Causeway Coast Route, is close to Ballycastle's main bus stop (Marine Corner) and on Cycle Route 93.

Languages for non-native English speakers: polski (the owners lived in Warsaw for a few years), deutsch (ein bischen!), and francais (un peu!).

Checkout is normally by approximately 11.00 but extensions are available by prior arrangement.

Corratavey House aims to make your stay in Ballycastle a relaxing and refreshing experience.

We look forward to your reservation!
Rooms and Units
1 x Double Ensuite with Bath (sleeps 2)
1 x Double Ensuite with Shower (sleeps 2)
1 x Twin (sleeps 2)
1 x Twin Ensuite with Shower (sleeps 2)
1 x Double & Single (sleeps 3)

Premises listed within this site are inspected every four years to ensure compliance with the relevant tourism legislation. Properties who are star graded are assessed on an annual basis.

The nearest Tourist Information Centre is:

Ballycastle Visitor Information Centre

Location / Directions

Travelling from Ballycastle town centre to the seafront, Corratavey is midway down Quay Road on left, opposite Ballycastle Primary School. Travelling from Marine Hotel, take the road towards town centre. We are 250m on the right.
  • Parking Available
  • WiFi
  • Euro Accepted
  • Hairdryer Available
  • Cot & Highchair Available
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities
  • Laundry Service
  • Family Room on request
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