The Coach House Self Catering Apartments
Within a short driving distance is Slemish Mountain, where Saint Patrick, the Patron Saint of Ireland, is said to have tended livestock as a slave boy in the 5th Century.
The accommodation offers a comfortable and spacious living/dining room featuring an open fire and oil central heating throughout. Here you will find a TV and a music centre with CD player.
A fully fitted kitchen with fridge, cooker and microwave oven.
As well as a full bathroom suite there is also a walk in shower.
There is one family bedroom with a double bed and 2 single beds is on the first floor of the apartment.
All bed linen and towels are provided as is a 'Welcome Pack' of essential foods.
Free Car Parking
A journey of discovery - Causeway Coastal Route. It's a journey not to be hurried, every twist and turn in the road will reveal new sights.
Craic and Culture - For culture or 'craic', fast food or fine dining, you'll always be well catered for on the Causeway Coast and Glens.
Carnlough a small fishing village where you will find friendly local pubs where you can sing along and tap your feet in time with the music in a traditional pub where the strains of Danny Boy will often be heard.
Sit back and listen to thrilling tales of local highwaymen and chieftains, and true stories of fairies and folklore. With a wee dram or two of Bushmills whiskey those stories just get better and better!
Watch intense negotiations between traders as horses are bought and sold on the shake of a hand at Ballyclare May Fair. Horses, sheep and countless stalls are all part of the every popular Ould Lammas Fair in Ballycastle, one of the oldest in Ireland. Sample the local specialities - 'Dulse' - a dried edible seaweed and the deliciously chewy 'Yellow Man', made from a closely guarded secret recipe.
The Giant's Causeway is a world heritage site and 'Old Bushmills' is the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery, are just two attractions which are a must for every itinerary. None more strange and magnificent than Ireland's top tourist attraction the world famous Giantís Causeway whose six-sided basalt columns were formed, not as the geologists say by volcanic eruptions, but rather as a result of the romantic notions of giant Finn McCool who wished to build a 'path' to take up a challenge from Benandonner, a rival Scottish giant. The honeycomb of hexagonal columns left behind cast up unique and curious shapes with imaginative names like Wishing Well, the Giant's Boot, the Giant's Granny and the King.
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This page was last updated: 16 March 2017