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Bed and breakfast with 3 modern, twin-bedded rooms. All with hdtv, wifi and en-suite.
Keeragh Lodge offers a high standard of accommodation and is situated on an elevated site ...
Open Monday - Friday, July/August. Saturday and Bank Holidays rest of year.
Situated in a rural setting with spectacular views of the Scottish Isles.
Corporate entertainment and craft workshops specializing in craft parties for all ages.
Farmhouse on an 83 acre working dairy farm. Comfortable rooms and many activities on site.
Breathtaking coastal route along North Coast.
Forest walks, gradients
Forest walks with gradients
Forest walks with gradients.
Stunning landscaped estate with fabulous views of Ireland’s Nort
Bed and breakfast with 3 modern, twin-bedded rooms. All with hdtv, wifi, en-suite, tea/coffee facilities. Ample parking and secure parking for motorbikes and cycles. A drying area for kit/equipment. is also available.
Keeragh Lodge offers a high standard of accommodation and is situated on an elevated site overlooking Downhill, Portrush, Portstewart, and is also convenient to explore the Causeway Coast.
Lessons groups and private, hacking, pony trekking and beach rides. Children's birthday parties and summer camps.
Situated in a rural setting with spectacular views the Scottish Isles. This three bedroom self catering cottage is perfect for families or couples. Iona Cottage has a large private garden, balcony and barbecue facilities.
In the heart of Downhill Forest, opposite the Lions Gate and Mussenden Temple, Pretty Crafty Design Studio takes its inspiration from a beautiful and historic part of the world.
Farmhouse on an 83 acre working dairy farm. Comfortable rooms and many activities on site. Home cooking and personal attention assured. Beautiful walks and beach nearby. Excellent base to explore the countryside and Causeway Coast.
There are two waymarked paths in the forest; one is just over a kilometre long while the other is two kilometres in length. The Ulster Way also runs through part of the forest.