5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, sleeps 10
- english, french
Check-in: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out: 10:00 a.m.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
This was a perfect house for our group of 8 adults. The living room and dining table were large enough for all of us to relax and to eat together. The rooms were spacious and the beds were comfortable. The house is in a quiet neighborhood on a hill with a lovely view. We had an exceptional dinner in Ballycastle at the Cellar Restaurant. We spent the next day sightseeing at the Giant's Causeway, the Bushmills Distillery (check tour times before you go), the Dunluce Castle, and the Mussenden Temple (and other sites on that property). It was a perfect day! **The only improvement I would make to this rental would be to provide towels for everyone.
We had a fantastic week at the property. It was very convenient to Rathlin Island and we loved the scenery.
A beautiful property in a wonderful location with superb views.
A large and well presented property with plenty of space even when fully occupied.
Within easy reach of Ballycastle, Carrick-a-Rede, the Giant’s Causeway, Fair Head and other gems of the. Causeway Coast.
Excellent property lots of space and great facilities. Spoilt us all. Great views .
A very comfortable property with good space for all wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.
Magnificent house with plenty of room for us all.
The house was in a very quiet neighbourhood about 8 minutes walk down to the sea front at Ballycastle.
It was a good base to explore the surrounding area- we visited all the local points of interest except the rope bridge, which didn't seem worth the £8 per head for 8 of us a 2 minute experience.
In contrast, my visit to Rathlin Island for £12 return on the ferry was a fabulous day out walking amongst some beautiful scenery, though make sure you book both outward and return journeys in advance as the afternoon returns soon fill to capacity.
The Giants Causwaywas stunning, but very popular on the day we attended. Some of the path was blocked off which was a little disappointing, but never the less, a great visit.
Tried walking out to Fair Head from Ballycastle along the shore road and path. Sadly, the path petered out before it got below Fair Head. I had to fight my way on a very overgrown path.
Visited Fair Head one evening by road. Parked in the farm car park and paid £3 into the honestybox there. A walk of about 1.5km to the cliff across some white, recently lime covered fields where there were some fantastic views. - Returned to the car with white covered trainers. The farmers wife gave us some helpful information on where to go to get the best views.
Not interested in the Game of Thrones, but Ballintoy was very charming with a lovely walk around to Whitesands bay at low tide.
A wonderful week.
Beautiful home, comfortably appointed!
This was our first trip to Northern Ireland. The location of this home gives you beautiful views of the hills and the Atlantic. It was a wee bit farther from the best part of the town of Ballycastle, but this is minor and would not prevent us from staying there, again! Loved exploring the area, a close drive to the Giant’s Causeway & Fair Head. Both are a pretty good walk, so be prepared! We loved O’Connor’s pub, the food was good and the wait staff friendly. The same can be said for the Diamond Bar Restaurant. Don’t miss visiting Glenariff Forest Park and the beautiful Glens with their waterfalls!
It is a beautiful area and the house was perfect & easily accommodated our party of 6 adults & 2 children. We would love to be able to return!
Ballycastle is a quiet and peaceful seaside town surrounded by some of Ireland’s best known tourist attractions. With the Giant's Causeway, Bushmills Distillery and Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge on one side and the scenic glens on the other, it is the perfect location for a holiday.
Apart from being surrounded by an area of outstanding natural beauty, Ballycastle is one of the few remaining towns on the North Coast unaffected by commercialism. As a conservation area it has retained much of its original character offering endless charms.
The property is only a short stroll from Ballycastle town centre and can be described as a paradise for sports lovers with its grass tennis courts, bowling green and superb 18-hole golf course flanked by the River Margy on one side (known for it’s fishing qualities) and picturesque long sandy beach on the other.
Enjoy a scenic boat trip to Rathlin Island or the whiskey distilleries on Islay and marvel at the seals and whales en route!