This restored 300 year old cottage is on a working farm which includes Ossian’s "The Giant's Grave" where there is a memorial to the poet John Hewitt who described it as his "chosen ground". Situated in Glenaan in the famed Nine Glens of Antrim two and a half miles from Cushendall 'The Capital of The Glens', the cottage is well placed to observe the birdlife while walking and viewing beautiful peaceful countryside: yet within reach of pubs, shops, restaurants as well as golf, boating and fishing. The accommodation includes a double bedroom with "wet room", suitable for disabled person if accompanied. The second bedroom has twin beds, television, DVD player and ensuite bathroom. The spacious open plan living/dining area has a vaulted ceiling, an open fire, satellite television and DVD with double doors opening to a paved BBQ area. Outside there is ample parking and secluded garden.
We offer a free welcome pack on arrival to ensure that you have the essential items to kick start your holiday.
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Location / Directions
Leave Cushendall towards Cushendun for approx 2 miles. Turn Left at sign post Towards Ballymoney pass school on left hand side above is 2nd house after school.
- Families welcome
- Golfers welcome
- Walkers welcome
- Parking Available
- Cot & Highchair Available
- Hairdryer Available
- Ground Floor Bedroom(s)
- Ironing Facilities
- Tumble Dryer
- Washing Machine
- DVD Player
- Private Garden
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