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Coolmore house is a 4 * B/B just off the A29 some 6 miles south of Coleraine!
Dromore House- an Irish Georgian house set in a rural location occupying 3 acres of mature trees.
Secluded rustic log style cabin on the banks of the Aghadowey River.
AA 4 Stars Gold & Breakfast awards. Award winning Georgian house including Georgina Campbell's ...
Crowfield House is situated in a quiet countryside location on the banks of the River Rhee.
Well off the beaten track and half a mile down Rhee Lane is the ancient Clachan of the Rhee ...
Coleraine Town Hall presides over the central shopping piazza in Coleraine.
8 Apr 2017 - 9 Dec 2017
Causeway Speciality Market - the best of local food, arts and crafts.
Owned and managed by the O'Hara family for four generations.
A beautiful cycle along the Lower Bann Valley following a section of NCN96
Attractive Lower Bann cycle to the historic mill village of Balnamore.
Alex Taylor and team provide fresh local food with great flavours all day every day. Open all year.
We enjoy welcoming people from all over the world to our home & this beautiful part of a Northern Ireland ! Homemade scones/shortbread served on arrival if desired! Hospitality trays in bedrooms.
Dromore House- an Irish Georgian house set in a rural location occupying 3 acres of mature trees and garden. Great location, 5 mins to all amenities and easy access to the Causeway Coast, Royal Portrush Golf club and Giants Causeway.
Secluded rustic log style cabin on the banks of the Aghadowey River, set between woods and countryside, in the midst of nature.
Perfect for a romantic getaway, a spot of fishing or just a quiet break.
AA 4 Stars Gold & Breakfast award. Award winning Georgian house including Georgina Campbell's Farmhouse of the Year Award 2003. Recommended in many international guides. Rooms are well equipped with many thoughtful extras. Good base for touring North
Crowfield House is situated in a quiet countryside location on the banks of the River Rhee some four and a half miles from Coleraine. Our beautiful en-suite rooms have all the amenities you would expect from a small luxury B&B.
Well off the beaten track and half a mile down Rhee Lane is the ancient Clachan of the Rhee (Baile Riada). An area steeped in both Celtic and Plantation history and with a natural beauty.
Rhee Farm Bed and Breakfast is a secluded self ...
Coleraine Town Hall presides over the central shopping piazza in Coleraine. Designed by Thomas Turner, the Town Hall, which is of major historical significance, was built in 1859 by McLaughlin & Harvey for £4,147(over £7m today).
Causeway Speciality Market at the Diamond, Coleraine Town Centre. The best of local food, arts and crafts on the second Saturday of every month from 09:00 - 16:00
Owned and managed by the O'Hara family for four generations this modern, spacious accommodation is located alongside a traditional friendly inn.
A very scenic cycle ride to the south west of Ballymoney town focusing on quiet rural countryside in the Lower Bann Valley
Starting and finishing at Drumaheglis marina and caravan park, this short 4.5 mile cycle uses quiet countryside roads to travel to the historic mill village of Balnamore via a section of NCN96 the Lower Bann Cycleway.
Open every day; Alex Taylor's team source local fresh produce and offer a varied menu- Additional Seasonal specials including fresh crab,lobster,Seabass, Daube of Beef,from Thursday to Sunday. Open fires in the Winter and Alfresco in the Summer.
8 Apr 2017 - 9 Dec 2017