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Ardaghmore is a family run Victorian house in a peaceful area overlooking Ballycastle Bay with ...
Self-guided walking tours along the famous North Antrim coastline with spectacular views over ...
Seaweed baths, salt therapy room and other treatments such as massage and reflexology.
Two Bedroom semi detached house in an excellent seafront location in Ballycastle.
Ballycastle’s superb 74 berth Marina is situated on the spectacular North Antrim Coast.
1 Dec 2017 - 2 Dec 2017
A food tour of Ballycastle, learning about local culture, whilst tasting some of the best foods.
We offer free tourism literature covering the Causeway Coast and Glens and Northern Ireland.
All that remains of the Castle is a small wall on a high crag that faces the ocean.
Savour the rugged landscape of this isolated island with so much to offer.
The route begins at Ballycastle with the roads rising into steep Glen country.
Morton's offer fresh fish and shellfish caught in local waters.
Ardaghmore is a family run Victorian house in a peaceful area overlooking Ballycastle Bay with breathtaking views of Rathlin Island, Fair Head and just 2 minutes walk from the beach, Rathlin ferry, tennis courts, hotels and pubs. Ideal base to ...
Self-guided walking tours along the famous North Antrim coastline with spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean.
Located at Ballycastle seafront Sea Haven Therapy offers therapeutic treatments while you enjoy views of Rathlin Island, Fairhead and Scotland. Relax in our seaweed baths, enjoy our salt therapy room or treat yourself to a massage.
The house is located within easy walking distance of the marina, Rathlin boat, beach, tennis courts, golf club, children's park, restaurants, cafes, bars, shops.
Ballycastle’s superb 74 berth Marina is situated on the spectacular North Antrim Coast. It offers excellent scope for marine travel around Ireland and to Scotland. Blue Flag Award Winner.
A food tour of Ballycastle, learning about local culture,whilst tasting some of the best foods and produce in the North of Ireland, served up by passionate owners and chefs. This town is regularly voted Best Place to Live - let me show you why.
Our Visitor Information Centre services include:
A range of free tourism literature covering the Causeway Coast and Glens and Northern Ireland, maps, visitor attractions, events, accommodation and transport timetables.
A lonely and mysterious Moorland Lake, sometimes called the 'Vanishing Lake'.
Dunseverick Castle is situated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, near the small village of Dunseverick and the Giant's Causeway.
Amidst the rugged landscape of this isolated island, you can let your mind wander and discover a tranquility and beauty that is so unexpected.
Cycling east from Ballycastle into Ballypatrick Forest is a relatively demanding ride, but the roads are quiet and the scenery marvellously forested. Look out for the Vanishing Lake which is signposted and close by the roadside.
Morton's offer fresh fish and shellfish caught in local waters. Produce includes lobster, crab, scallops, salmon, cod, haddock, plaice, whiting, sole, prawns and smoked fish. Other species are available upon advanced request.
1 Dec 2017 - 2 Dec 2017