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Browns Bay has been awarded the Rural Seaside Beach Award.
Beach to Skernaghan Point
Pleasant View is a beautiful modern holiday home in a rural setting with a large garden.
A nineteenth century former coastguard cottage overlooking Portmuck Harbour and bay.
Recently converted stone barn in a rural scenic location situated on headland with magnificent views
Tranquil harbour and dramatic coastal walk
St. Ronans “one of a kind” bed and breakfast accommodation in Islandmagee.
St Ronans beatuiful self-catering accommodation on the Coastal Route to "The Glens of Antrim" ...
Take the ferry from Larne and explore Islandmagee Peninsula.
A 2 minute ferry crossing, a rural cycle and a sandy beach.
Coastal route with views to Scotland
This is a path that goes over a variety of uneven terrain including a grassy field and a rocky coastline which is steep in places. Dogs should be kept on a lead.
Pleasant View is a beautiful modern holiday home in a rural setting with a large garden and plenty of parking spaces. It has magnificent views overlooking the Irish Sea to Scotland.
A nineteenth century former coastguard cottage overlooking Portmuck Harbour and bay. The bay has a small beach safe for children. Area suitable for birdwatching, fishing and walking. Available locally - golf, horse riding, scuba diving and walks.
Recently converted stone barn in a rural scenic location, situated on headland with magnificent views of Antrim hills and Mull of Kintyre. Both bedrooms are on the ground floor, one double ensuite bedroom and one twin bedroom with attached bathroom.
St. Ronans “one of a kind” bed and breakfast accommodation in Islandmagee was originally built in the early 1900’s and totally modernized in May 2006. Situated along the coastal route it is set in one acre of land with secluded gardens.
St Ronans beatuiful self-catering accommodation on the Coastal Route to "The Glens of Antrim" hosts two ground floor bedrooms both ensuite, a fully fitted kitchen/dining area, beautiful lounge, with exposed beams and rural charm it's a real home ...
Spectacular coastal scenery, rolling green hills. This cycle route can be challenging at points but the extra effort is well rewarded by the dramatic views out to Scotland and interesting historival sights on Islandmagee Peninsula.
Cross Larne Lough in a 30 foot ferry boat and cycle 2 miles to sandy Brown's Bay Beach. In a very short space of time you will be in a delightfully quiet and unspoiled part of Northern Ireland.
A rural winding road that hugs the coastline. Sea views are on one side and rugged steep hillsides are on the other. (the route follows the Causeway Coastal Route so traffic is heavy during summer and holiday periods).