Ardtrabane House

Address: 66 Causeway Road, Bushmills, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, BT57 8SX, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 66 Causeway Road, Bushmills, is near Giant's Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Causeway Coast, and Bushmills Distillery.
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      Exploring Northern Ireland

      A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Jan 02, 2015

      ... sea when out on the rocks. For many Aussies this is Rockfishing Rule #1 so we were already prepared to be careful. It was also very foamy, like a gigantic sandy bubble bath! Naturally it was crowded being a major tourist destination and Northern Ireland's only World Heritage site, but we still got to explore and climb and have a great time. Through the trip we passed through many little coastal towns and also stopped at the Bushmills Distillery for lunch. There was also a photo ...

      Northern Ireland, Giant's Causeway

      A travel blog entry by queenscoroots on Sep 23, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... the actual rocks, they are truly magnificent (and considered dangerous - two paramedics were standing by and there are falling rock warning signs everywhere). I witnessed several elderly people struggling to scramble up and down, and again, another empty baby stroller! We had lunch at a nice little pub called "the Nook", which used to be a school. Barb and I had scrumptious sandwiches, while Dawn had traditional Irish stew. We then drove on to Dunluce castle for a ...

      Pretty Waterfalls & Giants

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Mar 16, 2013

      20 photos

      ... Around 50 to 60 million years ago, the area was subject to intense volcanic activity, when highly fluid molten basalt intruded through chalk beds to form an extensive plateau of lava. As the lava cooled, it contracted. Horizontal contraction fractured in a similar way to drying mud, with the cracks propagating down as the
      mass cooled, leaving pillarlike structures, which are also fractured
      horizontally into "biscuits". In many cases the ...

      Cliffs, Giants, and Whiskey

      A travel blog entry by marklattanzi on Jul 30, 2011

      9 photos

      Rest Day In Portrush and Bushmills

      Today was supposed to be a rest day, but we wanted to see the Giant's Causeway and Old Bushmill's Distillery. While not too far away, we did have to ride up a few hills for about 8 miles. As soon as we started cycling, I regretted our plans. We were going to be cycling right past both of these sites tomorrow on our way to the ferry. My thighs were wondering why they weren't getting the break they ...

      Day 5 - Clouds, Cliffs, Bacon Fries and Germans

      A travel blog entry by stellastot on May 27, 2009

      15 photos

      ... at a high temperature, until it’s just on the border-line of burnt, but not there yet. I happily let Kip have both bags.

      The drive up the Cliffside was, as one might expect, STEEP! The buggy complained that its transmission hurt, but we forged ahead. What I’d not planned on during my trip to see the highest cliffs in Europe was, perhaps the most obvious reason why Slieve League isn’t as ...